Master of Education (MEd) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (part-time) - Summer Intensive Course

Academic staff

 

Taught by a team of highly experienced TESOL educators who have worked in a wide range of countries, including China, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Spain and the UK.

 

Dr Susan Riley: Testing, Management and Leadership, Second Language Acquisition, Writing
Dr Salah Troudi: Curriculum in TESOL, CALL & Blended Learning, Critical Applied Linguistics, TESOL Research Methodologies, Language Policies, Medium of Instruction, Education in the Arab World
Dr Li Li: Teacher Education (Cognition & Identity), Sociocultural Theory & Second Language Learning, Classroom Discourse, Research Methodology, New Technologies in Language Classrooms, Language Awareness
Dr Phillip Durrant: Second language vocabulary learning, English for Academic Purposes, Corpus Linguistics. 
Dr Gabi Meier: Language Education and Social Cohesion, Bilingual Education, Multilingual Language Learning, Language Learning During Residences Abroad.
Dr Hania Dvorak-Salter:Culture and Identity in language learning; EAP; Course and Programme Evaluation; Teaching Young Learners; Discourse Analysis.
Dr Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh: Academic Writing/Genres; English for Academic Purposes; Corpus-based Contrastive Rhetoric; Intercultural Communications; Reading Comprehension; Reading-Writing Interface. 

If you have any questions concerning accommodation and your application, please email Sue Riley the course coordinator, who will be happy to help.

The programme is very challenging, the lectures are very interesting and I can learn a lot from my tutors. The University gives complete support through the library because I can retrieve the electronic journals everywhere. The tutors give me support by email at any time during the programme, and I have enough time to read and prepare my assignments.

The group of students is not too large, so the attention from our tutors is personalised and you feel confidence to ask your doubts. The tutors also know you very well; you are not a number such as in other universities.

Lilia Barrios-Rodriguez, English Teacher in Mexico
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