|1.||Critically review and theorise their understanding of fundamental principles of recent and applied language teaching and learning in a TESOL environment;|
|2.||Evaluate, implement and analyse English as a second or additional language current curricula and pedagogical programs that are locally, nationally and internationally applicable;|
|3.||Investigate and conceptually map English as a second or additional language learning programs that are underpinned by researched principles of language teaching and a thorough knowledge of the systems of the English language;|
|4.||Plan and execute substantial research and/or implement capstone experience relevant to their professional responsibilities and interests in the area of TESOL;|
|5.||Investigate and assess the role of social and cultural contexts in the English language teaching and learning , and generate adaptable solutions to complex problems in such contexts, and advocate the role of TESOL teachers for social responsibility; and|
|6.||Develop and apply critical and analytical skills in relevant research projects, and communicate and transmit these ideas to peers.|
|Creative Works||Curriculum-based unit plan||40%|
Teaching by Principles 4th
Brown, HD and Lee, H 2015
New York: Pearson Education
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