Course EN3075

Topics in Applied English Linguistics

7.5 Credits
Second Cycle

Main field of study: Applied English Linguistics

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Learning outcomes for the course

On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:

  • demonstrate insight into and a deepened understanding of the selected areas in Applied Linguistics and the predominant theories, methods and controversies connected with these
  • demonstrate analytical ability to apply and critically examine key terms and concepts in Applied Linguistics
  • demonstrate an understanding of and critically examine key applications of Applied Linguistics, especially those that are driven by technology, such as in Computer-Assisted Language Learning and corpus linguistics
  • identify and critically assess current sources in the form of influential bodies of research and policy in Applied Linguistics (such as professional organisations and international journals)
  • communicate ideas, develop arguments and discuss academic work, showing a high level of communicative competence in both written and spoken academic English.