English as a Foreign LanguageAnglia Ruskin University
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- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
In an increasingly globalised environment, English is now recognised as a world language - an essential communication tool for industry, business and politics. A degree in English as a Foreign Language can open doors to a wide variety of career opportunities.
Anglia Ruskin has been teaching English as a Foreign Language for over 30 years. Our expertise and experience in delivering high quality courses is supported by our excellent technical facilities, including an open-access language centre and multimedia computer laboratory.
Course modules will be delivered through a mix of lectures, seminars and workshop sessions. As your knowledge and understanding of the language grows you will also develop your appreciation of the political, economic, historical and cultural background of the UK and Europe - giving you a deeper, richer and more meaningful grasp of English and its role in the modern world.
This is a flexible course, one that allows you to specialise in areas of particular interest or to prepare for a favoured career. Specialist areas include Cultural Studies, Applied Linguistics, Business, Teaching English as a Foreign Language and Intercultural Communication.
- English Advanced 1 and 2
- English Advanced 3 and 4
- British Regional Identities
- Revealing English Structure
- European Cinema and Identity
- Vocabulary and Semantics
- Major Project
- Anglia Business English Programme
- Anglia Language Programme
- Intercultural Awareness
- Nature of Language
- British Regional Identities
- Language & Society
- Multicultural Britain
- Intercultural Communication
- Teaching English as a Foreign Language 1 & 2
- Written Text 1 & 2
- Phonetics and Phonology
- Language, Power & Identity
- History of the English Language
- Migration, Communities & Diversity in Europe
- Language Acquisition
- Methods and Developments in TEFL
- Spoken Discourse
- Intercultural Completion & Graduate Mobility
- Writing for the Workplace
All assessments will be in accordance with the learning outcomes and the range will provide both formative (non-assessed discussions and presentations, language laboratory work, class exercises etc) and summative (unseen examinations, in-class assessments, essays, portfolios, assessed seminar presentation etc) functions.
In the majority of modules, a combination of assessment types is used to ensure that you are able to demonstrate your theoretical knowledge of and engagement with a topic, but usually also include a more practical element. For example, the assessment for a module may consist of a traditional essay in which you discuss a particular theoretical approach, but also a data analysis exercise which allows you to demonstrate that you are able to apply their knowledge in the 'real world', and to link theory with practice.
Up to 6 years, part-time.
- Mon 1.00-3.00pm or Tues 3.00-6.00pm
- Semester 2 also Thurs 1.00-2.00pm and 3.00-4.00pm (depending on level)
Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change.