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  1. Session 1: Introducing the module / Language systems 9 items
    1. Required readings 2 items
      1. Linguistics - Jean Aitchison 2003

        Book 

      2. Linguistics - Jean Aitchison 1992

        Book  pp. 4-11

    2. Suggested readings/reference books 7 items
      1. Rediscover grammar - David Crystal, Edward McLachlan 2004

        Book 

      2. Making sense of grammar - David Crystal, Edward McLachlan 2004

        Book 

      3. Grammar for English language teachers - Martin Parrott 2010

        Book 

      4. Language and linguistics: the key concepts - R. L. Trask, Peter Stockwell, R. L. Trask 2007

        Book 

      5. Practical English usage - Michael Swan 2005

        Book 

  2. Session 2: Theories of discourse / features of written text 9 items
    1. Required readings 1 item
      This could be used as a reference before or after the session
    2. Suggested readings 8 items
      1. Discourse: a critical introduction - Jan Blommaert 2005

        Book  Chapter 1: Introduction

      2. Rediscover grammar - David Crystal, Edward McLachlan 2004

        Book 

      3. Cohesion in English - M. A. K. Halliday, Ruqaiya Hasan 1976

        Book 

      4. Ilies, E (2002) 'An Introduction to Pragmatics for Teachers' Language Issues vol. 14, no. 2, Autumn/Winter 2002 pp 13-14

      5. Discourse analysis for language teachers - Michael McCarthy 1991

        Book 

      6. Mastering advanced English language - Sara Thorne c2008

        Book 

      7. Language and linguistics: the key concepts - R. L. Trask, Peter Stockwell, R. L. Trask 2007

        Book 

  3. Session 3: Phonology for diagnostics 8 items
    1. Required reading 1 item
    2. Suggested readings 7 items
      1. Teaching pronunciation: a course book and reference guide - Marianne Celce-Murcia, Donna M. Brinton, Janet M. Goodwin, Barry Griner 2010

        Book  Chapter 5: Connected Speech, Rhythm and Stress

      2. English pronunciation in use - Mark Hancock 2003

        Book 

      3. How to teach pronunciation - Gerald Kelly 2000 (multimedia)

        Book  Chapter 5: Word and Sentence Stress

      4. Sound foundations: learning and teaching pronunciation - Adrian Underhill 2005

        Book 

  4. Session 4: Theories of discourse: features of spoken text / Principles of testing 11 items
    1. Required readings 2 items
      1. Carter, R. (2002) The grammar of talk: Spoken English, grammar and the classroom Language Issues Vol 14 No.2

      2. Roskvist, A. (2002) 'and stuff like that': informal spoken language: what should we

        be teaching and how can we do it? Language Issues Vol 14 No.2

    2. Suggested readings 9 items
      1. Working inside the Black Box: Assessment for Learning in the Classroom - Paul Black, Christine Harrison, Clare Lee, Bethan Marshall 09/2004

        Article 

      2. Exploring spoken English - Ronald Carter, Michael McCarthy 1997

        Book 

      3. ESOL: a critical guide - Melanie Cooke, James Simpson 2008

        Book 

      4. TO ORDER:

        Coombe, C., Folse, K. and Hubley, N. (2007) A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners Michigan ELT

      5. The practice of English language teaching - Jeremy Harmer 2015

        Book  Chapter 22

      6. Language testing - T. F. McNamara 2000

        Book 

  5. Session 5: Diagnostic and formative assessment of productive skills 4 items
    1. Suggested readings 4 items
      1. The practice of English language teaching - Jeremy Harmer 2015

        Book  Chapter 8

      2. Teaching adult ESOL: principles and practice - Anne Paton, Meryl Wilkins, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy 2009

        Book  Chapters 5-7

  6. Session 6: Diagnostic and formative assessment of receptive skills 5 items
    1. Required reading 1 item
    2. Suggested readings 4 items
      1. Assessing reading - J. Charles Alderson 2000

        Book 

      2. Phonology for listening: teaching the stream of speech - Richard Cauldwell 2013

        Book 

      3. Teaching and researching reading - William Grabe, Fredricka L. Stoller 2013

        Book 

  7. Session 7: Planning for learning / factors affecting learning 8 items
    1. Required reading 1 item
    2. Suggested readings 7 items
      1. Teaching today: a practical guide - Geoffrey Petty 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 5

  8. Session 8: Profiling a learner 5 items
    1. Required reading 2 items
      1. Interviews - R. Richards

        Chapter 

    2. Suggested readings 3 items
      1. Interaction in interviews - R. Wooffitt, S. Widdicombe

        Chapter 

      2. Research methods in linguistics - Lia Litosseliti c2010

        Book 

  9. Session 9: English as a global language 17 items
    1. Required readings 4 items
    2. Suggested readings 13 items
      1. The stories of English - David Crystal 2004

        Book 

      2. English Language Teaching in Japan - Nobuyuki Honna, Yuko Takeshita 12/2005

        Article 

  10. Session 10: Multilingualism 11 items
    1. Required readings 3 items
      1. Developing a bilingual pedagogy for UK schools - Carrie Cable, National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum 2009

        Book 

    2. Suggested readings 8 items
      1. The handbook of bilingualism - Tej K. Bhatia, William C. Ritchie 2004

        Book 

      2. Language capital: mapping the languages of London's schoolchildren - John Eversley, Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research 2010

        Book 

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