SPECIAL ELECTIVES: VARIABLES AFFECTING SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

Informazioni sull’Insegnamento
TitoloΕΙΔΙΚΑ ΘΕΜΑΤΑ: ΜΕΤΑΒΛΗΤΕΣ ΠΟΥ ΕΠΗΡΕΑΖΟΥΝ ΤΗΝ ΕΚΜΑΘΗΣΗ ΔΕΥΤΕΡΗΣ ΓΛΩΣΣΑΣ / SPECIAL ELECTIVES: VARIABLES AFFECTING SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING
CodiceΓλ4-496
FacultyFilosofia
Ciclo / Livello di Studi1. Corso di Laurea
Semestre di InsegnamentoWinter/Spring
CommonNo
StatoAttivo
Course ID600013403

Programma di Studio: 2018-2019

Registered students: 0
IndirizzoTipo di FrequenzaSemestreAnnoECTS
KORMOSFacoltativo a scelta liberaWinter/Spring-6

Informazioni sull’Insegnamento
Anno Accademico2018 – 2019
SemestreWinter
Instructors from Other Categories
Weekly Hours3
Total Hours39
Class ID
600131902
Course Type 2016-2020
  • Area Scientifica
Organizzazione della Didattica
  • In presenza
Erasmus
The course is also offered to exchange programme students.
Language of Instruction
  • Inglese (Insegnamento, Esame)
Prerequisites
Required Courses
  • Γλ3-225 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Abilita’ Generali
  • Applicazione pratica delle conoscenze acquisite
  • Ricerca, analisi e raccolta dati e informazioni, con l’utilizzo di tecnologie adeguate
  • Adattamento a nuove situazioni
  • Presa di decisione
  • Lavoro autonomo
  • Rispetto verso la diversita’ e la multiculturalita’
  • Fare riflessioni critiche e autocritiche
  • Promuovere il pensiero indipendente, creativo e intuitivo
Tipologia di Materiale Didattico
  • Libro
  • Appunti
  • Audio
Use of Information and Communication Technologies
Use of ICT
  • Uso delle TIC   nell’ insegnamento
  • Uso delle TIC nella comunicazione con gli studenti
Organizzazione dell’Insegnamento
ActivitiesCarico di LavoroECTSIndividualeGruppoErasmus
Conferenze391.6
Esercitazione pratica nel Settore251
Studio e analisi bibliografica261.0
Esame602.4
Total1506
Student Assessment
Student Assessment methods
  • Prova scritta strutturata a scelta multipla (Sommativa)
  • Prova scritta semistrutturata con risposta breve (Sommativa)
  • Prova scritta con rispote aperte (Sommativa)
  • Prova scritta con soluzione di problemi (Formativa)
Bibliography
Additional bibliography for study
Alloway, T. P., & Copello, E. (2013). Working Memory: The What, the Why, and the How. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 30(2), pp. 105–118. Bailey, F., & Pransky, K. (2014). Memory at Work in the Classroom: Strategies to Help Underachieving Students, ASCD Alexandria Virginia. Coulson, M. (1995). Models of Memory development. In V. Lee, & P. Das Gupta (Eds.), Children's cognitive and language development. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. Dörnyei Z. & Shekan, P. (2003). Individual differences in second language learning. In C. J. Doughty & M.H. Long (Eds), A Handbook of Second Language Acquisition. Oxford: Blackwell. Ellis, R. (2003). The study of Second Language Acquisition (10th impression ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Gathercole, S. E., & Alloway, T. P. (2007). Understanding Working Memory: A classroom guide. London: Harcour. Gathercole, S. E., & Alloway, T. P. (2008). Working Memory and Learning: A practical guide for teachers. SAGE Publications. Hummel, K. M. (2014). Introducing Second Language Acquisition. Perspectives and Practices. Wiley Blackwell. Johnson, M. (2004). A Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition. Yale University Press. Johnstone, R. (2009). An early start: What are the key conditions for generalized success? In J. Enever, J. Moon, & U. Raman (Eds.), Young learner English language policy and implementation: International perspectives (pp. 31-42). Reading, UK: Garnet Publishing. Muñoz, C. (2010). On how age affects Foreign Language Learning. Advances in research on language acquisition and teaching (pp. 39-49). Greek Applied Linguistics Association. Psaltou-Joycey A. (ed.) (2015). Foreign language learning strategy instruction. A teacher’s guide. Saita Publications. Revlin, R. (2012). Cognition: Theory and Practice. Worth Publishers. Singleton, D., & Ryan, L. (2004). Language Acquisition: The Age Factor (2nd ed.). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters Ltd. Skehan, P. (1998). A cognitive approach to language learning. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Last Update
06-02-2020