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EIL4201(B) - English as an international language: Minor thesis and methodology part 2

12 points, SCA Band 1, 0.250 EFTSL

Undergraduate Faculty of Arts

Leader(s): Dr Farzad Sharifian

Offered

Clayton First semester 2009 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2009 (Day)

Synopsis

As for EIL4201(A)

Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this unit students will be able to demonstrate:

  1. detailed knowledge and understanding of the cultural, ideological, and political influences associated with the spread of English around the globe as an international language,
  2. knowledge of the relationship between language, culture, and ideology,
  3. a critical appreciation of the literature on the spread of English around the world, including the ability to form an objective response to the issues raised in the literature,
  4. the ability to undertake scholarly independent research, and
  5. the ability to recognise the differences between evidence, interpretation, opinion and facts in secondary sources.

Assessment

Written work: 90%
Oral presentation: 10%

Contact hours

Methodology 6 weeks x one 2hr seminar/week. Minor thesis by regular consultation with supervisor throughout the semester. (Minimum of 20 contact hours).

Prerequisites

A major in English as an International Language

Co-requisites

EIL4301 and EIL4101

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