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Coneixement de l'idioma. Comprensió i expressió. Conversa. Literatura. L'aprenentatge de la llengua estrangera. Continguts, recursos didàctics i materials per a l'ensenyament de l'idioma estranger. Desenvolupament d'unitats didàctiques. Aplicació a l'aula de primària.
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Grup A

Semestral, 2n semestre

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  • This is an introductory course that is intended to enable students to acquire the essential theoretical basis as well as basic skills that will help them to teach English as a foreign language in primary schools. By the end of the course students will need to have mastered a set of teaching techniques, should also be competent to design some teaching materials and be able to evaluate published material. The course aims to prepare the access to the subject Didàctica de la llengua estrangera II


1. - How children learn languages. The aims of early learning of English.

2. - Language acquisition, language learning and language teaching. Recent approaches.

3. -Analysis of some language teaching methods: Grammar-Translation, Direct Method, Audiolingualism, TPR ,The Communicative Approach...

4. - Teaching language learning skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing

5. - The role of grammar. Learning English vocabulary. Learning the pronunciation of English.

6. - Lesson planning: before the lesson, procedures, after the lesson.


Tipus d’activitat Hores amb professor Hores sense professor Total
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  • Argondizzo, Carmen (1992). Children in action, : a resource book for language teachers of young learners. New York [etc.]: Prentice Hall. Catàleg
  • Ellis, Gail, Brewster, Jean (2002). The Primary English teacher's guide (New ed). Harlow: Pearson Education. Catàleg
  • Teaching English to children, : from practice to principle (1991). London: Collins ELT. Catàleg
  • Cameron, Lynne (2001). Teaching languages to young learners. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge University Press. Catàleg
  • Estaire, Sheila, Zanón, Javier (1994). Planning classwork, : a task based approach. Oxford [etc.]: Heinemann. Catàleg
  • Halliwell, Susan (1992). Teaching english in the primary classroom. London [etc.]: Longman. Catàleg
  • Hedge, Tricia (2000). Teaching and learning in the language classroom. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • Moon, Jayne (2000). Children learning English. Oxford: Macmillan Heinemann English Language Teaching. Catàleg
  • Phillips, Sarah (1999). Drama with children. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • Pinter, Annamaria (2006). Teaching young language learners. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • Read, Carol (2007). 500 Activities for the Primary classroom. Oxford: MacMillan.
  • Reilly, Jackie, Reilly, Vanessa (cop. 2005). Writing with Children. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • Richards, Jack C, Rodgers, Theodore S (2001). Approaches and methods in language teaching (2nd ed). Cambridge: University Press. Catàleg
  • Scott, Wendy A, Ytreberg, Lisbeth H (1990). Teaching english to children. Essex [etc.]: Longman. Catàleg
  • Vale, David, Feunteun, Anne (1995). Teaching children english, : a training course for teachers to children. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge University Press. Catàleg
  • Vale, David (1997). Picture grammar for children, : topic-based grammar practice. Oxford [etc.]: Heinemann. Catàleg

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Classroom sessions will be presented in a variety of modes: lectures, experimental, discussions, creating and trying material. The course aims to be participative Individual, pair and group-discussion work.Use of audiovisual material.


Practical credits will be combined with theory in most classes. There will be a mixture of reading, writing, debate, workshops, video and other type of activities.

Participation in class.
One written exam (50% of the mark)
Presentation of a point from the programme to the class followed by a class debate on the topic (in pairs) (45% of the mark)
Preparation of materials for school use (in groups)
All students will be required to do some daily research assignments.
In order to pass the subject the exam and the oral presentation marks should not be lower than 5


Students will need a good command of English.In the oral presentations and the written assignments students will need to be fluent and accurate