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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Content-Based Instruction: Definition & Example
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About This Course
Use the chapters in this course to help you reaffirm what you know or learn new information about teaching second-language acquisition using content-based instruction methods. Review of this material can help you prepare for challenges and develop strategies for ensuring that your students achieve the desired level of success in your classroom.
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Lessons and quizzes provide brief reviews of topics relating to second-language instruction. Both the lessons and quizzes can be accessed at any time and taken as often as needed to ensure your full understanding of these lessons.
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- Offers effective strategies: Learn to incorporate content-based instruction techniques in your classroom.
- Enhances understanding of language development: Finding out how students develop new language skills can lead you to become a more effective instructor.
- Focuses on student achievement: Adopting the practices discussed in this course can improve your teaching practices and create a more successful learning environment.
|The Content-Based Instruction Method|| Goals of content-based instruction and the importance of content knowledge|
Types of cognition and the social-cognitive learning theory
|Second-Language Acquisition & Instructional Methods|| Stages of development for language and communication skills|
The process and metacognitive skills used in learning a second language
Methods for teaching second language acquisition
The benefits of content-based instruction and comparison to other methods
|Strategies for Content-Based Instruction|| The effects of cognitive academic language proficiency |
Applying experiential learning methods, student-centered instruction, language-related and content-related talk in the classroom
Techniques used to promote critical thinking, vocabulary, and grammar acquisition
|Feedback in Content-Based Instruction|| Written and oral feedback practices|
The role of implicit and explicit error correction in language development
Using peer feedback methods
|Preparing for Content-Based Instruction|| Curriculum planning and development for content-based instruction|
Education and professional development resources for teachers using content-based instruction
Similarities and differences of learning goals and learning objectives
The positive effects of collaboration
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