Director:Margarita Planelles Almeida
Professor:Aarón Pérez Bernabeu
Dates:From 11th may to 12th junio.
Bibliography: Before taking the course, we recommend consulting:
¿Fonética o fonología en la clase de ELE? (Phonetics or phonology in the SFL class?) DÍEZ PLAZA, C. L. (2011)
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This course starts, on the one hand, from the importance of pronunciation exercises in the communicative competence of the learners and, on the other hand, from the complexity that its teaching and correction usually entail for SFL teachers.
The course proposes that the participants acquire the teaching competences required to develop and correct the pronunciation and intonation of their SFL students and prepare a didactic proposal based on the phonic needs of their students.
The course will begin with a previous reading, as well as the experiences and level of knowledge of the attendees, and will go through questions such as: why? when? what? how? which will be answered through concepts and content that will emerge from the real needs and proposed readings. Carrying out activities will constitute the necessary structure to create a final action: a proposal or instructional model for the pronunciation of Spanish as a foreign language. These activities will consist of analysis of phonetic needs, materials and practical cases. Therefore, attendees will be able to apply the reflections drawn from the course to the needs of their students, giving them tools and strategies so that they can develop effective pronunciation and correction techniques autonomously.
This course in Teaching to pronounce and intone in SFL is oriented to the development of these key competences of teachers:
Students who have participated in this course will receive a certification of achievement issued by the Cervantes Institute and Nebrija University. To do this, students must actively participate in communication activities and pass assessment tasks.
A continuous evaluation will be carried out throughout the course, and special attention will be paid to monitoring the objectives achieved in the different modules. At the end of each module, a practical case will be presented, in which options will be discussed in groups, and the concepts acquired in that module will be put into practice.
At the end of the course, the proposal to improve teaching instruction in pronunciation will have to be submitted individually.
The following will be taken into account: