Американское образование в Казахстане
Мы рады сообщить об открытии первой и единственной в Казахстане двудипломной образовательной программы с получением степени магистра американского вуза.
Программа магистратуры «Master of Arts in Teaching English as a second language» (MA in TESL) запускается в партнерстве с передовым частным университетом США - WebsterUniversity.
Webster University считается глобальным университетом, поскольку его филиалы есть в 15 странах мира – это более ста учебных заведений в Северной Америке, Южной Америке, Европе, Азии, Африке, а теперь и в Казахстане.
Особенности образовательной программы:
• Классическое передовое американское образование в Казахстане
• Двухгодичная магистратура.
• 2 диплома – казахстанский (AIU) и международный (WebsterUniversity).
• Высокие зарубежные стандарты преподавания, передовые методики, интенсивное обучение.
Что такое TESL и степень магистра?
• TEFL – позволит тебе преподавать английский язык по всему миру для учащихся, для которых английский не является родным
• Степень магистра позволит иметь более высокую квалификацию и академическую степень
• Магистратура рассчитана на два года. Официально одобрена Комиссией Высшего образования США
Для кого создана программа?
• Для профессиональных преподавателей английского языка и для тех, кто хочет стать передовым специалистом в обучении английскому
• Для тех, кто хочет стать обладателем первой и единственной степени магистра в преподавании английского языка от американского университета
По окончании обучения вы получите.
• Два диплома от Webster University и Astana International University
• Степень магистр наук «Master of Arts in Teaching English as a second language»(MA in TESL)
• Прямой доступ к библиотечным ресурсам WebsterUniversity
• Высокие стандарты преподавания, передовые методики, интенсивное обучение
Стоимость обучения «Master of Arts in Teaching English as a second language»
1-ый год обучения – 1 500 000 тенге
2-ой год обучения – 700 000 тенге
TESL courses description
TESL courses description
TESL 5750 Special Institute: English for Academic Purposes†
To provide additional English support early in the program, Webster University proposes this course to be developed in conjunction with Webster University’s English as a Second Language Program. This course will address academic reading and writing, academic listening and note-taking skills, and presentation skills. As candidates strengthen their academic language skills in English they will also write reflections on the methods and approaches that have most helped them and may best help their English learners.
TESL 5230 Second Language Acquisition*
Participants explore theories and models of second language acquisition. They learn about the emotional, social, and intellectual implications of the process of learning a second language. Students will analyze and compare first and second language acquisition and apply strategies related to second language learning in a cross-cultural setting.
TESL 5139 English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Methods*
Methods of Teaching Languages - This course develops understanding and appreciation for the nature of languages and language teaching and learning. Participants study the most recent developments in teaching techniques and materials, and become involved in on-site activities using them. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
TESL 5220 Curriculum Development in Second Language Classrooms*
Participants will apply a curriculum planning process to the second language classroom. The planning will be based on local standards and legal requirements, informal assessment of learners’ language, analysis and adaptation of published materials, and the creation of materials to meet identified needs.
TESL 5030 Language History, Planning and Policy*
This course looks at natural language change and then applies those theories to language diversity in the United States and other countries. Important laws, policies, and language planning are covered, including English Only policies and bilingual education. Students will write their own language policies for a school and write about the effects of linguistic diversity in today’s classroom.
TESL 5311 Principles and Practices of Language Testing*
This seminar introduces and analyzes different formats and types of language tests as a reflection of varied linguistic contexts, language teaching and language acquisition goals. Assessment techniques, practices and procedures are discussed in close relation to test validity and effectiveness. The class also covers the design, writing and administration of assessments. Prerequisite: Theories in SLA OR teaching experience OR consent of instructor.
TESL 5350 Language and Culture*
Culture greatly affects communication and the kind of language used in various situations. This course focuses on both the different styles of communication found across different cultures and the strategies that speakers use when communicating within their own culture. Special attention is paid to the role of Pragmatics and the use of “politeness strategies” in communication. Students will develop classroom materials that will help learners acquire the pragmatics skills they need to be successful communicators today.
TESL 5710 Grammar for ESL/EFL Teachers
This course introduces modern English grammar, as well as modalities of including it in the day-to-day language instruction. It is designed to provide the adult ESL/EFL teacher with a knowledge base of various English structures, with regard to syntax (i.e., form), semantics (i.e., meaning), and pragmatics (i.e., use). Special emphasis is given to the development of fun, communicative and interactive lesson plans and activities, which target specific grammar points while meeting various test standards (e.g., Show-Me and TOEFL). Theory and research is concentrated in the areas of SLA, Methodology, and Assessment.
TESL 5730 Materials Development for Language Classrooms
This course introduces digital literacy and its application in language teaching. It assists candidates to create hands-on teaching materials for both face-to-face and online courses in language classrooms. The course focuses on creating mini-lessons using handouts, descriptive packets, cartoons, animations, movies, video games, YouTube, Vimeo, mobile apps, social networking sites, and other web-enhanced materials. The main emphasis is on using new technologies to create engaging teaching and learning activities. Candidates will develop a digital portfolio, which will be useful for their job interviews and conference presentations. The course should benefit all TESL candidates, Communication Arts students, and foreign language education candidates.
TESL 5750 Special Institute: English for Specific Purposes†
In order to prepare teacher candidates to meet the needs of English learners in multiple fields (content classrooms, business English, scientific writing and research, etc.), this new course is being proposed by Webster University to prepare teachers to conduct effective needs analyses, select authentic materials, and develop materials to meet the needs of English in specific contexts.
TESL 5040 Practicum in ESOL*
This practicum provides supervised field experience for students enrolled in this program. Reflective thought, observation, discussion, and actual teaching will be used to expand participants’ teaching skills. Classroom participation includes observation, interaction, record keeping, and analysis of specific strengths and needs of English language learners. Strategies and activities are designed to meet the instructional needs of individual students. Participants will also focus on interpreting and recommending curriculum materials and methods to encourage and help English language learners become proficient in their new language.
History and philosophy of science - In this course, the history and philosophy of science is studied, starting from the origins of science to present day science and technology.
Foreign language (professional)- This discipline considers and examines further developing of the English language and communication proficiency within a framework of European standards required by students to communicate effectively in their future professional careers.
Management psychology - The course is also aimed to acquisition of knowledge of work communication skills, to get throught theory of conflicts and theirs solution, techniques of assertive behaviour and other managerial skills.
Pedagogy of higher education - The aim of the course is that participants acquire and develop knowledge, skills and approaches to teaching in higher education.
Pedagogical practice - The main goal of pedagogical practice is to acquirepedagogical and methodological skills,formation and development of professional skills of a higher school teacherschools.
CLIL- The course has a dual purpose. First, to introduce future English teachers to Content and Language Integrated Learning - a new technology of teaching subject knowledge in a foreign language. Second, use the CLIL technology whenteaching this course, in order to learn the main approaches, techniques, and forms used in integrated subject-language learning.
Introduction to andragogy- formation of a knowledge system and professional skillsin the field of adult education pedagogy.
Management Technologies in Education - This is a course of leadership responsibilities and opportunities within higher education. Topics include governance, accreditation, institutional research, finance, facilities, fundraising, human resources, student life, recruitment and retention, leadership, and future trends.
Research practice - The purpose of research practice is to deepen and consolidate the knowledge, skills and abilities acquired during the development of professional training disciplines by focusing on the main areas of research in the field of Pedagogical Sciences.
Contrastive linguistics - The purpose of this discipline is to form an idea of contrastive linguistics as a special section of comparative linguistics.
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