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[03/15]Tézy k štátnym záverečným skúškam (Mgr)
ak. r. 2010
Predmet: Teória a prax vyučovania anglického jazyka a literatúry
Methodology
1. TEFL teacher
characteristics and requirements, career development, teaching styles, teacher certificates.
2. TEFL learner
age characteristics, learning needs, learning styles, learner’s autonomy, students with specific needs.
3. Traditional and currant approaches to teaching EFL
(GTM, ALM, Suggestopeadia, TPR, Silent Way, Communicative Approach and Community Learning and Task-Based Learning: their pedagogical-psychological bases, objectives, techniques, advantages and disadvantages).
4. Integrated approaches to teaching EFL (CLIL and CALL).
5. Teaching English to young learners (age characteristics, objectives, method, techniques, teaching aids, etc.).
6. Classroom Management
(Classroom rules, classroom atmosphere and climate, classroom interaction, teaching techniques, classroom design, teaching aids, etc.)
7. Teaching speaking
speaking as a communicative skill, , conversation skills and strategies, speaking fluency, techniques of TS (dialogue performances, role playing, conversation simulations, drama etc.), overcoming common problems related to teaching speaking, evaluating speaking
8. Teaching listening
- listening as a communicative skill, listening comprehension, TL techniques, dictation, overcoming common problems related to teaching listening, evaluating listening
9. Teaching writing
writing as a communicative skill, creative and academic writing, TW techniques, summary writing, teaching integrated writing skills, correcting students' writing, evaluating writing
10. Teaching reading
reading as a communicative skill, types of reading activities, creative and academic reading, TR techniques, reading comprehension development, evaluating student`s reading
11. Teaching grammar
fluency versus accuracy, objectives, methods and techniques, evaluating grammar
12. Teaching vocabulary.
various techniques, using dictionaries and other teaching aids, evaluating vocabulary
13. Teaching materials and aids and environments
authentic or teacher generated, material development, a scale of teaching aids,ICT in TEFL, e-learning, internet sources, etc.
14. Teaching learners with special educational needs (impaired senses of sight and hearing, learning disabilities, communication defects, etc.)
15. Teaching plans (curriculum, syllabi, schools educational programmes, lesson plans).
16. Lesson observation (student`s observation, headmaster observation, inspection, etc.)
17. Giving feedback to students. Evaluation and assessment.
18. Testing in TEFL.
(objectives, types of testing, types of tests, creating and evaluating tests).
19. State and private language schools in Slovakia (legislative, types, evaluation, accreditation).
20. TEFL and literature.
advantages and risks, objectives, criteria for selecting literary texts, teacher-adopted and professional sources, readers, teaching techniques.
21. New Conception of Foreign Language Education of Primary and Secondary Schools in Slovakia
22. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
23. Teaching Culture. Intercultural Education.
24. Life-long Learning Programme.
25. European Language Portfolio.
Resources:
Pokrivčáková, S.: Modern Teacher of English. Nitra: ASPA, 2009.
Larsen-Freeman, Diane: Techniques and Principles in Language Learning.
Doff, Adrian: Teach English. CUP, 1988
Harmer, Jeremy: The Practice of English Language Learning. Longman, 1991
Allen, Virginia French: Techniques in Teaching Vocabulary. OUP, 1983
Scott, Wendy; Itreberg, Lisbeth: Teaching English To Children, Longman, 1990
Bartram, Mark; Watson, Richard: Correction. Mistake Management, Commercial Colour Press, 1991
Edge, Julian: Mistakes and Correction. Longman, 1993
Underwood, Mary: Effective Class Management. Longman, 1987
Byrne, Donn: Teaching Writing Skills. Longman, 1988
Littlewood, William: Communicative Language Teaching, CUP, 1981
Ur, Penny: Teaching Listening Comprehension. CUP, 1984
Predmet: Anglofónna literatúra
Theory of Literature
The definitions of literature. The verbal nature of literature and its functions.
Literary scholarship: literary theory, literary criticism, and literary history. General, comparative and national literatures.
Literary criticism. Modern approaches to literary criticism.
Literary language and style.
Literary kinds and genres.
Resources:
Pokrivčák, A. – Pokrivčáková, S.: Focus on Literature. Nitra, UKF, 2004
Preložníková, E.: An Introduction to the Literary Studies. Nitra, PF, 1992
Cuddon, W.: The Dictionary of Literary Terms. London, Penguin, 2000
Danziger, M.K. – Johnson, W. S.: An Introduction to the Study of Literature. New York, Hunter College, 1992
Wellek, R. – Warren, A.: Theory of Literature. London, Penguin Books, 1985
American Literature
Romanticism as reflected in the work of E. A. Poe.
Transcendentalism, Individualism, Nature, and God in the works of Emerson and Thoreau.
The break with poetic tradition in Whitman’s poetry.
Realism and Regionalism in James, Dreiser, and Twain.
Emergence of Modernism: G. Stein, critical and imaginative works, repetition, recurrence , signification process, philosophy of language, postmodernism of her writing.
Modernist views reflected in the works of Pound, Eliot, Williams, Stevens.
Fiction between the wars as reflected in Fitzgerald and Hemingway.
Poetry and fiction of the Beat Generation.
Use of symbolism in Hawthorne’s work.
Postmodern voices in prose.
American drama of the 20th century. (O’Neill, Williams, Miller, Albee).
William Faulkner as a representative of Southern literature.
13. Theory of modernism/ postmodernism – definitions.
Resources:
Bode, Carl: Highlights of American Literature: Books I.-IV., Washington D.C., English Teaching Division/Information Centre Servece, United States Ingormation Agency, 1971
Carlsen, G. Robert: American Literature: A Chronical Approach, New York, Glencoe, 1989
Kennedy, X. J.; Dana Goia: Introduction to Poetry, 9th ed., New York, Longman, 1998
Landy, Alice S.: The  Heath Introduction to Literature, 3rd ed., Lexington, MA, Heath, 1988
Poulin, Jr., A., Ed. Contemporaty American Poetry, 5th ed., Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1991
Ruland, R., Bradbury, M.: Od puritanismu k postmodernismu. Dejiny americkej literatúry. Mladá Fronta, 1997
Waggoner, Hyatt H.: American Poets, From the Puritans to the Present. New York, Delta, 1968
English Literature
Anglo-Saxon literature.
Middle Age literature as reflected in the works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
Renaissance Theatre in English literature.
Poetry of John Milton.
Beginnings of novel writing as reflected in the works of Defoe and Swift.
J. Austen’s novel.
English Romanticism.
Aestheticism and Decadence as reflected in the works of O. Wilde.
Realism in English prose and drama.
Modernism in English literature. (V. Woolf, J. Joyce, W. B. Yeats).
The Theatre of the Absurd in the works of S. Becket.
Dystopias of A. Huxley and G. Orwell.
Characteristics of postmodernism as reflected in the works of A. Wilson, J. Fowles and D. Lodge.
Resources:
Oliveriusova, E.: A Survey of English Literature. Anthology, SPN Praha.
Stribrny, Z.: Dejiny anglické literatury 1, 2, SPN, Praha, 1987
Oliveriusova, E. a kol.: Dejiny anglické  literatury, SPN Praha, 1988
Burghess, A.: English Literature, Longman, England, 1952
Holman, C., Hugh, Harmon, W.A. Handbook  to Literature, 5th ed. Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1972
Children’s and Juvenile Literature
Literary characteristics of children’s and juvenile literature.
Nursery rhymes, fables and folk tales and their collectors (including fairy tales).
Non-sense in English Children’s Literature (poetics, E. Lear’s and L. Carroll’s works)
Animal and toy fantasy in English and American children’s literature (R. Kipling’s short stories, Wind in the Willows, Charlotte’s Web,  Winnie-the-Pooh
Fantasy with extraordinary characters (Peter Pan, Marry Poppins´ books, Borrowers, Harry Potter’s books)
High fantasy (The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Narnia books)
Roald Dahl´s books for children.
Adventure and historical books (history, authors, contemporary development).
Animal stories for older children and young adults.
Stories with boy and girl protagonists.
Resources:
Pokrivčáková, S.: Children´s Literature in English. Nitra : ASPA, 2008.
Bobulová, I. -Pokrivčáková, S. – Preložníková, E. – Přibylová, I.: Children’s and Juvenile Literature (Written in English). Nitra, UKF, 2003
Carpenter, H. – Prichard, M.: The Oxford Companion to children’s Literature, Oxford, UP, 1991
Patrone, K. – Brodie, C.S. – White, M.: The Children’s Literature Dictionary: Definitions, Resources, and Learning Activities. London, 2001
Townsend, J. R.: Written for Children. 25th edition. London, The Bodley Head, 1990
Literature written in English
1. Australian literature
2. Scottish literature
3. Irish literature
4. Canadian literature
Resources:
World Literature Written in English. Published by Rutledge, Taylor & Francis group, 1997
http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/anglophone/index.html
http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/worldlit/
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