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TXGX6101 : LINGUISTIC THEORY
Linguistic theory shows learners how different theoretical approaches model linguistic knowledge. They are trained to compare and contrast issues in various linguistic theories including generative, functional and cognitive theories. Learners are also introduced to Arabic linguistics. Learners are provided with an understanding of the historical background to current linguistic theories. They examine and evaluate the concepts from different frameworks and their applications in the analysis of authentic samples of language.
TXGX6102 : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Apart from teaching students about important concepts such as quantitative, qualitative, reliability and validity, this course also aims to introduce students to scientific and systematic research methodologies. This course is able to help students develop their theses and dissertations.
TXGB6103 : COURSE DESIGN AND MATERIALS DEVELOPEMENT
This course provides an overview of the concepts and practices related to course design, and materials development and adaptation. It explores the educational philosophies from elementary to tertiary levels. In addition, learners will get the opportunity to have hands-on experience to conduct a needs analysis for a course, review the teaching-learning materials for the same course, and finally review the course.
TXGB6105 : LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
This course provides students with insights into the issues and theories of language learning. A brief overview of relevant thinking in L1 and L2 acquisition theories are also built into the course. Students will develop the practical skills that will lead to the application of theories in their final research projects in language learning and teaching in the context of Malaysia and other regions.
TXGB6106 : PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE LEARNING
This course provides students with an outline of what the psychology of language learning represents as a research field. The focus is on how learning theories and language learning interact. Topics include, among other things, taxonomies and models of learning, motivational theories and second-language acquisition, modular theories of language development, the sensory and cognitive processes involved in language comprehension and production, and connectionism.