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MA in TESOL with Translation Studies

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  • Objectives
    The MA in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) with Translation Studies is designed for language graduates, ideally with either a teaching qualification or some teaching experience, who want to acquire in-depth knowledge of English and how to teach it but who are also interested in translation theories and practice.
  • Academic Title
    MA in TESOL with Translation Studies
  • Course description
    Students have the opportunity to examine the theory, research and practical aspects of language teaching through observation, reflection and practice, as well as examining the nature and process of translation from a practical and a theoretical perspective. There is also an opportunity to explore the use of translation technologies or focus on innovation in language learning and teaching.

    International students have the opportunity to develop advanced English language skills and study techniques in the one-semester English for Academic Purposes module.

    CORE MODULES

    -Language and Communication
    -Second Language Acquisition
    -An Introduction to Linguistics for Translators or Translation Technologies
    -Approaches to English Language Teaching
    -Dissertation

    OPTIONAL MODULES

    Other TESOL or translation modules include

    -Language Change in the Modern World
    -Innovation in Language Learning
    -Advanced Practical Translation Skills
    -Students can also take modules from the other MAs within the Department of Modern Languages or from other departments within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (subject to the supervisor’s approval).

    ASSESSMENT
    The primary methods of examination are essays and continuous assessment, followed by a 15,000-word dissertation for the Masters stage of the programme.

    RESEARCH AREAS
    The department’s TESOL specialists offer supervision in many areas: for example, in linguistics, online language learning and second language acquisition, to name just a few.

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