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UNISA Short Courses in Teaching

UNISA Short Courses in Teaching

University of South Africa Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education

College of Human Sciences

Courses

Course in Teaching Biblical Studies (71723)

Duration: One year

Target group:

Christian leaders, teachers, pastors, youth leaders, people involved in childrenメs ministry and individuals involved in teaching the Bible in church, Sunday school, public or private school or at home

Admission requirements:

Senior Certificate or an equivalent NQF level 4 qualification

Registration periods:

December-February

Course leader details:

Rev Maponya M S MA (Missiology)
Christian Spirituality, Church History & Missiology
Office 6-120, Theo Van wijk Building, Unisa
Tel:012 429 3168
Email: maponsm@unisa.ac.za

Programme administrator:

Admin Officer
Unisa Centre for Lifelong Learning
360 Lillian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria Central
Solomon Mahlangu Building 2nd floor
Tel: 012 352 4288
Email address: UCL@unisa.ac.za
Application Link: www.unisa.ac.za/applyslp

Modules:

STBS01P – Teaching Biblical Studies

Syllabus/Content: Orientation and study skills Outcome based education Teaching skills Teaching the Bible The world of the Old and New Testament An overview of the Bible

Course in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults (71987)

Duration: Six months

Language medium: English

Target group:

Students with little or no teaching experience, with matriculation (Grade 12 or Senior Certificate)

Admission requirements:

Senior Certificate or equivalent NQF level 4 qualification or equivalent experience

Registration periods:

1st semester: January/February
2nd semester: June/ July

Course leader details:

Mr. Douglas Mokoena
Lecturer (School of Arts)
Department of English Studies
Tel: 012 429 3679
E-mail: mokoeds@unisa.ac.za

Programme administrator:

Admin Officer
Unisa Centre for Lifelong Learning
360 Lillian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria Central
Solomon Mahlangu Building 2nd floor
Tel: 012 352 4288
Email address: UCL@unisa.ac.za
Application Link: www.unisa.ac.za/applyslp

Purpose statement:

The TEFLA programme introduces significant theoretical and practical concepts in language learning and teaching to enable you as a teacher trainee to establish a firm foundation for language teaching. To fulfill these aims the programme consists of two courses: the theoretical component (TEFL016) and the practical component (TEFL028). It provides basic training in the methodology of EFL teaching which allows a student to take up a position in a language school

Modules:

TEFL016 – Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults

Content: An introduction to English and English grammar Language analysis Grammar in the classroom Pronunciation

TEFL028 – Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults

Syllabus/Content: First language and foreign language acquisition The teaching and student in language learning and teaching Foreign language methodology Classroom management The teaching of language skills Professional development
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