|1.||Investigate knowledge of key concepts of the learning of English including formal systems, spoken and written discourse, language and social context, and bi/multilingual language and literacy development;|
|2.||Critically review and evaluate current research on the language learning phases and special needs of a multilingual and multicultural student;|
|3.||Identify and reflect upon the linguistic and communicative characteristics of teaching in a multilingual and multicultural classroom/context;|
|4.||Interpret and articulate special features of instructing, guiding and assessing students in heterogeneous classroom/context; and|
|5.||Initiate EAL/D students' evaluations of their own strengths and weaknesses as a second language learner.|
|Exercise||Analysis of a Learner Portrait (800 words)||30%|
|Literature Review||Literature review (1200 words)||40%|
|Presentation||Presentation of Learning and Learning Artefact||30%|
The EAL teaching book: promoting success for mutilingual learners (revised 3rd edition)
Contah, J. (2019)
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