Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and Information and Communications Technology MA
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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and Information and Communications Technology MA

School of Education, University of Leeds

This programme equips you to use ICT to develop TESOL materials or deliver teaching.

You'll discover e-learning first-hand through exposure to online learning and teaching methods, and gain practical experience of using ICT to develop learners' speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

You'll explore how people learn languages and examine language teaching strategies. Though you study the same core modules as students on other TESOL programmes, you'll choose from optional modules that focus on the use of ICT in TESOL.

Taught by expert practitioners and researchers, MA TESOL and ICT will give you the skills and confidence to use ICT as a key asset in the classroom and has been designed for teachers, teacher trainers, language school directors, curriculum developers, inspectors, lecturers and materials writers.

Please be aware that this is not an IT skills training course, and we will expect you to have basic IT skills such as word processing, email and using the internet before you start the programme.

MA Award
January Start
Full-time Study Mode
12 months Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

A bachelor degree (hons) with a 2:1 or non-UK equivalent plus a professional qualification and two years of relevant experience.

We may consider other educational and professional backgrounds in exceptional circumstances.

You'll also need to be able to demonstrate basic IT skills - such as using the internet, email and word processing - and the ability to use computers routinely in your academic work. You should be able to demonstrate independent facility in the use of IT with appropriate technical support.

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