028216 Languages Education6cp; For Spring Calendar D, classes are planned for face-to-face learning, with online components featuring each week.
Requisite(s): 24 credit points of completed study in spk(s): CBK90005 Country Choice combined Degrees with BA IntStud AND 028234c Professional Experience 5: Teacher as Researcher
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This subject aims to develop student professional knowledge, skills and understanding to effectively teach languages in primary and secondary schools. Students develop an understanding of the rationale for language teaching in the New South Wales primary and secondary school context, based on in-depth knowledge of the NSW K-10 language syllabuses. Students engage with task-based pedagogy and develop a wide range of practical active learning strategies. Students read view and discuss texts to identify and analyse trends in current practice and will engage with reflective practice as a tool in their ongoing professional ability. Students apply knowledge of syllabus content, and the alignment of syllabus content, outcomes, activities and assessment, in their creation of an original sample unit of work for a primary and secondary school language classroom.
Spring D session, City campus
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