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Master in Bilingual and Multicultural Education

Mode of study On campus
Friday afternoons
Duration and credits 1 year
60 ECTS
Dates September-June
Location Courses: Alcalá de Henares
Practicum: Schools in Madrid
Language of instruction English and Spanish

Courses

Sin-título7

Credit: 3. Language: English

The course aims at studying the relationship between education systems and multicultural society. We will analyze the challenges faced by schools, administrators, teachers and students in an increasingly interconnected society. Different bilingual educational models will be studied, and also the transformations of bilingual education over time.

LINGÜÍSTICA-APLICADA

Credits: 3. Language: English

This course studies and analyzes the most effective way to teach grammar in a context and through task-based learning. The differences between the official and natural English will aso be analyzed.

Sin-título-3

Credits: 3. Language: English

This course focuses on learning different teaching strategies taking into account the educational levels of kindergarten, primary and high school, and their effectiveness in the classroom.

Sin-título-2

Credits: 3. Language: English

This course focuses on how to plan a learning experience. Curriculum design includes the objectives, results, skills or competencies that students are expected to acquire, methodology and evaluation of results. We will also look into the inclusion of students with special needs. Within this planning, the materials and activities to carry out inside and outside the classroom are essential. These shall take into account the educational levels, needs, goals, etc. of the course and will focus on the effectiveness of teaching.

Sin-título-1

Credits: 3. Language: English

This course will teach the most effective techniques and methods to establish a safe and productive learning environment, in addition to observing how the personalities and natures of teachers and students affect behavior and how to improve this.

Sin-título-3

Credits: 3. Language: English

We will analyze the past, present and future of English as a global international language focused on children and adolescents and how cultural values ​​affect its learning. The importance of personal values ​​of teachers in the classroom will also be studied.

Sin-título-4

Credit: 3. Language: Spanish

In this course, the transformation experienced by our societies through immigration and Globalization will be discussed. The case of Spain will be used to illustrate the social and cultural changes that have occurred in recent years.

 Pruebas externas de inglés, una apuesta del Instituto Franklin-UAH por la Educación Bilingüe

Credit: 3. Language: English

Grammar is one of the most fundamental aspects in any language. For teachers new to the field of Teaching English as a Second language, grammar can often be the most daunting and difficult part of teaching. In this course we will analyze major structures of English and definitions, as well as a clear method to identify grammatical structures. It also looks at teaching grammar in context, using activity and communicatively based learning to make classes dynamic and fun.

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