|EN5315||Genre Analysis of Specialized Discourse||P5||3||EN5315.pdf|
|EN5464||English Phonetics and Phonology||P5||3||EN5464.pdf|
|EN5465||Second Language Acquisition||P5||3||EN5465.pdf|
|EN5466||Testing and Evaluation in Language Studies||P5||3||EN5466.pdf|
|EN5490||Grammar and Lexis||P5||3||EN5490.pdf|
|EN6471||Research Methods in English Studies||P6||3||EN6471.pdf|
|EN6494||New Literacies and Language Learning||P6||3||EN6494.pdf|
|EN6495||Approaches to Language Teaching||P6||3||EN6495.pdf|
|EN6505||Curriculum Design in Language Studies||P6||3||EN6505.pdf|
|EN6508||Critical Approaches to Literature||P6||3||EN6508.pdf|
|EN6509||World Literatures in English||P6||3||EN6509.pdf|
|EN6510||Asian and Asian Diaspora Literature in English||P6||3||EN6510.pdf|
|EN6511||Teaching English for Academic Purposes||P6||3||EN6511.pdf|
|EN6512||Special Topics in English Studies||P6||3||EN6512.pdf|
|EN6513||Fantasy and Literature||P6||3||EN6513.pdf|
|EN6517||Literature and the City||P6||3||EN6517.pdf|
|EN6519||Studies in Literature and Film||P6||3||EN6519.pdf|
|EN6520||The Graphic Novel||P6||3||EN6520_0.pdf|
|EN6521||Discourse, Ideology and Power||P6||3||EN6521.pdf|
|EN6942||English for Academic Research in English Studies||P6||3||EN6942.pdf|
About EN6512 Special Topics in English Studies
Elective In the Spring Semester of 2020, Special Topics in English Studies will focus on teaching English for Academic Purposes. The course, taught by Diane Pecorari, will cover areas such as the following.
Contextualising English for Academic Purposes. How is EAP situated within the context of English for Specific Purposes? How do general and specific EAP (EGAP and ESAP) differ? In what contexts is EAP important?
Planning EAP provision. How do we conduct a needs analysis? What approaches and principles can guide the development of EAP provision? What materials are available? How can specific materials be developed? How can partnerships across the university benefit EAP provision?
Teaching EAP. What are the characteristics of academic discourse? What written and spoken genres are important? What approaches to teaching them are most effective?
Assessing EAP. How do the principles of good assessment apply to EAP? How can peer feedback be used effectively? How should plagiarism be handled in the assessment process?
Stream required course
Students who choose to take the MAES with an added stream need to take the corresponding electives as detailed below. Students may only gain one stream:
Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) stream required courses
Literature, Language and Culture (LLC) stream required courses1