This course is designed for postgraduate students as a theory and practice course. It is intended that students will be practically acquainted with the concept of curriculum design and developing materials for classroom teaching. Students will be made aware of different types of syllabi in their respective subjects used and suggested by syllabus designers and practitioners from different Universities. Then they will be required to evaluate existing syllabi of schools and Universities of Nepal and make possible adaptations. Students will adapt and develop materials and use them practically. The materials include materials for teaching language aspects and skills as well as teaching aids. They will also be acquainted with the use of CALL in the ELT class.
- Teacher: Gobinda Niroula
EDEL 519 Teacher Development – 3
Course plan for Spring Semester 2015
This course is designed for graduate level students as a practical course in teacher development. With this course students will play a different role from a teacher i.e. of a teacher developer. Teacher development in itself is a wide area and training students to be teacher developers will certainly be an ambitious task. So this course will be an introductory one and will develop in students general philosophy of teacher development and skills required to help teacher development. The areas addressed by the course will be teacher training, observation and feedback, continuing professional development and mentoring.
- Teacher: Lina Gurung
Tutor: Dr. Laxman Gnawali
This course aims to equip students with the latest techniques and principles in ELT. Specifically this course is intended to develop an advanced awareness in students of theoretical understanding of methods and techniques in practice. It develops knowledge and skills for teaching different skills and aspects of English.
This module in action research initiative related to Academic Reading and Writing course. You will read samples, guidelines, and write essays. Once we receive the essays, we will remove your name and re-send to your colleagues, making sure that nobody receives their own. You will edit the essay and resubmit to us. Then it will be followed by the next cycle. We will do it for six rounds: One week one round. We believe that you will respect the deadline.