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UNIV. MASTER'S DEGREE IN TEACHING OF SPANISH AND ENGLISH AS L2 OR FL

Code:
 D050

Credits:
 60
 
Publication date:
 29/06/2011

Title:
 Master (ECTS)
 
Fee:
 46,20
 Créditos en 1ª matrícula
 

FIELD OF STUDY

Arts and Humanities

SYLLABUS

UNIV. MASTER'S DEGREE IN TEACHING OF SPANISH AND ENGLISH AS L2 OR FL

TYPE OF EDUCATION

Face-to-face

LANGUAGE / S THAT IS OFFERED

Spanish
English

CENTRES WHERE IT IS TAUGHT

Faculty of Arts

PROGRAMME JOINTLY SHARED WITH

Only taught at this university

EXAMINATION DATES

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SYLLABUS OFFERED

 

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UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN TEACHING OF SPANISH AND ENGLISH AS L2 OR FL
30 credits
 
30 credits
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Once this block is approved, you get
MASTER'S DEGREE IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGES/FOREIGN LANGUAGES
ROUTE 1. SPANISH L2/FL
ROUTE 2. ENGLISH L2/FL
ROUTE 3. ENGLISH AND SPANISH L2/FL

 

AIMS


1. Train for research in the field of Applied Linguistics second language teaching / foreign languages ¿¿with application to Spanish and / or English in particular, so that students can access, once the Master, to the preparation of a doctoral thesis in any of the following individuals:
• Spanish L2/FL
• English L2/FL
• Spanish and English L2/FL
• Theoretical perspectives on teaching and acquisition of second languages ¿¿/ foreign languages¿¿.

2. Train play, effectively, professional work in teaching Spanish and / or English as a second language / foreign language.

COMPETENCES


General Competences (CG)

  • CG1:Master, theories, linguistic models and methodologies applicable to teaching second languages, as well as research methods and information search techniques that can be used as the basis for carrying out research work on the teaching of Spanish and/or English as second foreign languages.
  • CG2:Understand the specific problems related to the linguistic peculiarities presented by Spanish and/or English as regards teaching as a second foreign language at different levels and abilities, as well as the pertinent literary and cultural aspects needed to integrate literature and culture into the L2/LE Spanish/English classroom.
  • CG3:Ability to apply the knowledge acquired to planning and carrying out research work into teaching Spanish and/or English as second languages that clearly transmit one's knowledge and the results of said research.
  • CG4:Ability to apply the knowledge acquired of Spanish and/or English as second foreign languages to teaching.
  • CG5:Adopt a critical and self-critical attitude, involving self-assessment and self-correction, as well as possessing intellectual curiosity to allow self-learning and the continuous updating of one's knowledge in the field of teaching second foreign languages.
  • CG6:Ability to transmit social and cultural values in line with modern, multilingual and multicultural Europe in one's professional activities (research and/or teaching).

General Competences acquired at University of Alicante (CGUA)

  • CGUA1:Comprender y expresarse en un idioma distinto a los oficiales de la Comunidad Valenciana en su ámbito disciplinar.
  • CGUA2:Ser capaz de utilizar como usuario herramientas básicas en TIC.
  • CGUA3:Ser capaz de expresarse correctamente de modo oral y por escrito en una de las dos lenguas oficiales de la Comunidad Valenciana en su ámbito disciplinar.

Specific Competences (CE):

    Conceptual

    • CCE1:Understand the stages of research work and the specific methods used for research into the teaching of Spanish and/or English as second foreign languages.
    • CEE2:Understand linguistic models and theories dealing with the teaching and acquisition of second foreign languages that act as the basis for research into the subject, as well as for soundly-based planning and assessment of the teaching of second foreign languages.
    • CEE3:Understand and value the opportunities offered by Information and Communication Technologies as tools for research and self-learning, as well as for developing the teaching/learning process of second foreign languages.
    • CEE4:Understand linguistic aspects of Spanish and/or English, at different levels and abilities, that are pertinent from the point of view of research and teaching, as well as specific lines of research in these areas.
    • CEE5:Understand the role of Spanish and/or English literature and culture as instruments for developing the capacity to communicate in the language, as well as the lines of and possibilities for research in this context.
    • CEE6:Understand and master the specialised bibliography, terminology and conceptual tools that can act as the basis for planning teaching and for research, both with respect to the aspects common to teaching second foreign languages and to that affecting its application to Spanish and/or English.

    Procedural

    • CPE7:Apply the linguistic knowledge acquired to planning and developing research into factors related to teaching Spanish and/or English (L2/LE) clearly and unambiguously transmitting one's knowledge and arguments.
    • CPE8:Apply models and theories related to teaching and acquiring second foreign languages, as well as the knowledge acquired concerning levels, abilities and the role of literature and culture in developing competence, carrying out activities (case studies, problem-solving, etc.) and academic work raised in the different fields.
    • CPE9:Ability to apply what one has learnt about Information and Communication Technologies to personal planning and organisation, finding sources of information and research, as well as to carrying classroom tasks and activities.
    • CPE10:Ability to select and plan soundly-based content, activities, materials and assessment techniques for the teaching/learning of Spanish and/or English at L2/LE on the levels making up the language and related to the different ability levels, bearing in mind the specific problems raised and the diversity of teaching contexts.
    • CPE11:Ability to use appropriate Spanish/English literary texts to develop linguistic competence and bring the sociocultural context of the respective languages into closer focus.
    • CPE12:Ability to read and use specialised bibliography, terminology and conceptual tools that can act as the basis for teaching and research, both with regard to the common aspects of teaching second foreign languages and to their application to Spanish and/or English.
    • CPE13:Apply the knowledge acquired to planning and developing teaching programmes to be implemented in the practical work for Master's qualifications, as well as analysing teaching activities and contexts.

    Attitude

    • CAE14:Maintain a flexible and critical attitude to the many theories, trends and methodologies used in research into teaching second languages (Spanish and/or English).
    • CAE15:Ability to update and develop for oneself the knowledge related to teaching Spanish and/or English as L2/LE.
    • CAE16:Show the capacity for collaboration, commitment and responsibility on the individual and joint tasks needed to prepare oneself to teach and research into English/Spanish.
    • CAE17:Show a positive attitude to multilingualism and multiculturalism in modern Europe on the basis of teaching English/Spanish.

 


MASTER’S DEGREE COURSE CREDITS AND SUBJECT GROUPS

 

Subject type

Credits

 Compulsory (OB)

15

 Optional (OP)

30

 Work Experience (OB)

3

Master’s final project (OB)

  12

TOTAL CREDITS

60

 

DISTRIBUTION OF SUBJECTS BY YEAR/SEMESTER


SEMESTER 1

30 ECTS

SEMESTER 2

30 ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

LINGUISTICS APPLIED TO TEACHING SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

OB

6

NEW INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGES

OB

6

LINGUISTIC BASES FOR COURSE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT IN TEACHING SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGES

OB

3

SPECIALISATION ROUTE

SPANISH L2/FL ROUTE

ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

SPANISH/ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

OP

9

SPECIALISATION ROUTE

SPANISH L2/FL ROUTE

ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

SPANISH/ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

OP

21

WORK EXPERIENCE

OB

3

MASTER’S FINAL PROJECT

OB

12

 

Routes:

The three routes included on the Master’s degree course have been designed to respond to the specialist interests of potential students.

  • Spanish L2/FL is designed for students seeking specialist training in teaching Spanish as a second/foreign language, and who wish to continue in this line of research for their doctoral thesis. Students opting for this specialisation must take the group of subjects providing advanced instruction in linguistic aspects pertaining to teaching Spanish at different levels (phonetics, grammar and lexicon), communication skills (oral comprehension and expression, and written comprehension and expression), specific methods and types of activities for teaching/learning Spanish at different skill levels, integrating Spanish literature and culture into teaching Spanish L2/FL, and understanding the sociocultural context of the language, as well as specific lines and methods of research in these areas.
  • English L2/FL is designed for students seeking specialist training in teaching English as a second/foreign language, and who wish to continue in this line of research for their doctoral thesis. Students opting for this specialisation must take the group of subjects groups providing advanced instruction in linguistic aspects pertaining to teaching English at different levels (phonetics, grammar and lexicon), communication skills (oral comprehension and expression, and written comprehension and expression), specific methods and types of activities for teaching/learning English at different skill levels, integrating English literature and culture into teaching English L2/FL, and understanding the sociocultural context of the language, as well as specific lines and methods of research in these areas.
  • Spanish/English L2/FL combines the study of various levels in one language (Spanish or English) with teaching in skills, literature and culture in the other language.  Consequently, students choosing this route will obtain a global perspective of the methods, materials, activities and strategies, etc., that comprise the components and skills and use of literature and culture, involved in teaching second/foreign languages. The course also covers specific methods and lines of research in these subjects, similar to the monolingual routes. The linguistic elements of the two languages are examined from two complementary perspectives: levels and skills. Added to this is the advantage of a bilingual education and a dual perspective of linguistic analysis, as well as the advantage brought by studying these same contents from and in two different languages.

The three routes involve the same studies in terms of the conceptual tools that students need to deal with the challenges of research in teaching second/foreign languages and the search for suitable responses to the questions that can be raised by the factors involved in the process of teaching and learning second languages. They also help to focus students’ linguistic interests. Consequently, those opting for a monolingual route will specialise in the language chosen, whereas the lesser specialisation in one of the languages of those choosing the bilingual option will be compensated with a richer and broader perspective of linguistic insight, which is ideal in the multilingual and multicultural Europe of today for the process of teaching a foreign language.

SPANISH L2/FL ROUTE

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

PHONETICS. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

WRITTEN COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

GRAMMAR. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

SPANISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN SPANISH L2/FL TEACHING

OP

3

LEXICON. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

3

 

ORAL COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

 

 

ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

PHONETICS. ENGLISH L2/HIM

OP

6

WRITTEN COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

GRAMMAR. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

ENGLISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN ENGLISH L2/FL TEACHING

OP

3

LEXICON. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

3

 

ORAL COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

 

 

SPANISH AND ENGLISH L2/FL ROUTE

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

OPTION To

PHONETICS. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

WRITTEN COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

GRAMMAR. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

ENGLISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN ENGLISH L2/FL TEACHING

OP

3

LEXICON. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

3

 

ORAL COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

 

OPTION B

PHONETICS. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

WRITTEN COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

GRAMMAR. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

6

SPANISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN SPANISH L2/FL TEACHING

OP

3

LEXICON. ENGLISH L2/FL

OP

3

 

ORAL COMPREHENSION AND EXPRESSION. SPANISH L2/FL

OP

6

 

 

 

GENERAL COURSE PROGRAMME

 

  • The compulsory Core Module (15 ECTS credits) covers subjects relating to common aspects of teaching second/foreign languages, which can be applied equally to Spanish and English. The module covers advanced aspects of linguistic models and theories in teaching and acquiring second/foreign languages, research processes and methods, as well as the bases for the various planning and development methods and tools used in the process of teaching and learning second/foreign languages. Also covered are the possibilities provided by information and communication technologies as a research tool, for independent learning and for developing the teaching and learning process of second/foreign languages.
  • The Spanish L2/FL (30 ECTS) provides advanced instruction in linguistic aspects pertaining to teaching Spanish at different levels (phonetics, grammar and lexicon), communication skills (oral comprehension and expression, and written comprehension and expression), specific methods and types of activities for teaching/learning Spanish at different skill levels, integrating Spanish literature and culture into teaching Spanish L2/FL, and understanding the sociocultural context of the language, as well as specific lines and methods of research in these areas.
  • The English L2/FL (30 ECTS) provides advanced instruction in linguistic aspects pertaining to teaching English at different levels and in different skills, including specific methods and types of activities for teaching/learning English at different levels (phonetics, grammar and lexicon), communication skills (oral comprehension and expression, and written comprehension and expression), integrating English literature and culture into teaching English L2/FL, and understanding the sociocultural context of the language, as well as specific lines and methods of research in these areas.
  • Work Experience Module (3 ECTS): Work experience in a teaching environment, with the possibility of placement in a foreign university belonging to the European Higher Education Area. Work experience takes place in the second term, and agreements have been signed with various foreign universities for this purpose. However, not all students may be able to undertake their work experience abroad, due to family commitments or other reasons; consequently, the Master’s course also offers placement experiences within the university itself, as well as in other education centres in Alicante. During work experience, students are required to undertake activities such as producing an analysis of the institutional framework and the curriculum project, class observation (methods used, materials and activities, programming, etc.), as well as planning and carrying out teaching activities, under the supervision of a tutor. In addition to promoting mobility within the European Higher Education Area, the work experience module also enables students to come into contact with those involved in the teaching-learning process and their social and cultural surroundings, acquire first-hand experience in teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages in another country in the European Higher Education Area, assess the relevance and applicability of some of the concepts, theories, strategies and tools learned, and define their Master’s Final Project, since the practice of teaching raises questions that can lead to particular lines of research, as indicated in other sections. This module also meets the recommendations of the CEF with regard to promoting international co-operation between institutions involved in developing teaching and evaluation methods in the field of modern language learning, and in promoting educational links and exchanges.

Upon completion of their work experience, students must write and submit a report on the activities carried out, their observations on methods and programmes used, etc., and the cultural experiences that most stood out for them.

All students are assigned two tutors: one from the University of Alicante, and one from the centre where the student has completed his or her work experience, who must submit a report on the student’s activities during that time.

  • Master’s Final Project Module (12 ECTS): In accordance with regulations, the Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish and English L2/FL includes a Final Project worth 12 ECTS credits (20% of the total course credits). This project involves designing and producing a preliminary piece of research on any aspect relating to the subjects taken during the course. The aim is for students to demonstrate their ability to apply the knowledge acquired on the Master’s course and to articulate their knowledge, arguments and conclusions clearly, thus demonstrating their ability to undertake further research. The project is supervised by teachers holding doctorates themselves and, in accordance with the regulations, is presented and defended publicly before a panel, once all other subjects have been successfully completed.

 

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS AND SELECTION CRITERIA 

 

According to the Regulations of the University of Alicante, the following requirements must be complied to have access to official taught Master’s degrees:

  1. To be in possession of a SPANISH OFFICIAL GRADUATE DEGREE CERTIFICATE or other issued by an institution of higher education  within the EHEA (European Higher Education) that enables the holder to have access  to Master’s degrees in the issuing.
  2. To be in possession of an officially approved  FOREIGN HIGHER EDUCATION DEGREE CERTIFICATE that had been recognised as equal to the degree that allows access to the requested studies.
  3. To be in possession of a UNIVERSITY DEGREE CERTIFICATE obtained in a University or Higher Education Institution of COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EHEA, without the prior approval of their studies. In this case, the following should be considered:
  • Non- recognised degree certificates shall require a technical report showing an equivalence statement issued by the University of Alicante (ContinUA – Continuing Education Centre), for which the corresponding fee should be paid.
  • Access through this way does under no circumstances imply prior official approval of the holder’s degree certificate, nor its recognition for purposes other than studying a master's degree.

 

 

ADMISSION AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 

 

1.     Admission Profile:

In accordance with the course contents and objectives,this Master’s Degree is especially suitable for students and professionals who hold a degree or diploma which has provided them with a linguistic training (Language and Literature, Linguistics, Foreign Language Teaching, Modern Languages, etc.), particularly if this was applied to Spanish and/or English, and those  interested in advanced, specialised training in teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages.

Students and professionals holding a degree or diploma in other areas who are interested in acquiring an advanced training in teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages may also be admitted to the course.

 

2.     Assessment criteria

Where demand exceeds the number of places available, the Master’s Academic Committee will select applicants according to the following criteria:

  1. Degree related to language studies: 2 points
  2. Other degrees: 1 point
  3. Overall academic record: 2 points
  4. Specific academic record: 1 point
  5. Curriculum Vitae (training courses related to the contents covered in the Master’s Degree course, experience of activities related to the same, command of other languages, etc.): maximum 2 points.

Since the Master’s Degree course offers three specialisation routes, Spanish L2/FL, English L2/FL and Spanish and English L2/FL, a prerequisite for admission onto the course, according to the specialisation route selected, is:

  • To be a native English speaker, or hold certificates accrediting a B2,C1 or C2 level of English
  • To be a native Spanish speaker, or hold certificates accrediting to aptitude in Spanish (B2, C1 or C2; DELE Intermediate, Advanced, etc.).

Applicants who wish to study this Master’s Degree course are required to have level B2 in their  second language.  This level is considered a prerequisite for admission to the course, and is essential if students are to be able to successfully complete the subjects and courses taught on the course.

In the case of non-native speakers, officially recognised accreditation of knowedge of their second language may be demonstrated by one of the following:

1. Officially recognised certificates (DELE or CELU for Spanish; Cambridge or TOEFL for English).

2. Academic certification accrediting successful completion of at least 18 credits in a foreign language as part of the applicant’s university studies.

3. Successful completion of the Master’s Degree course levels test.

The board responsible for the Master’s Degree will set an objective levels test for applicants who are unable to provide official accreditation of their knowledge in English and/or Spanish.  The board responsible for assessing each language (whether Spanish or English) will be comprised of two of the Master’s Degree course teaching staff with experience in assessing communicative competence.

This test will focus on communication, and will include the skills identified in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).  It will be supervised by expert teaching staff from the Officially Recognised Master’s Degree course in Teaching Spanish and English as Second/Foreign Languages.

The assessment criteria and methodology for the entire test will be based on a B2 level of communicative competence, in accordance with the Framework directives (CEFR) 21, which state that a competent speaker at this level should demonstrate:

  • RANGE: Has a sufficiently wide range of language to provide clear descriptions and express opinions on general topics without pausing to search for vocabulary, and is able to use complex clauses to this end.
  • ACCURACY: Demonstrates a relatively good degree of grammatical control.  Does not produce errors which obscure meaning, and self-corrects most errors.
  • FLUENCY: Is capable of producing contributions without much hesitation, although may pause to search for appropriate structures and expressions.  Very little extended hesitation.
  • INTERACTION: Initiates discourse, responds appropriately, and ends the conversation at the appropriate moment, although not always elegantly. Participates in discussions on familiar topics, expressing understanding and inviting others to participate, etc.
  • COHERENCE: Uses a limited number of cohesive devices to produce clear, coherent discourse, although may display a level of nervousness if the intervention is extended.
  • LISTENING COMPREHENSION: Understands extended discourse and speech, and can even follow complex arguments when the topic is relatively familiar. Understands most television news reports and current affairs programmes. Understands most films where actors use standard speech.
  • READING COMPREHENSION: Is capable of reading articles and reports concerning current affairs in which the authors adopt definite positions or points of view.  Understands contemporary literary prose.
  • INTERACTIVE ORAL COMMUNICATION: Can participate in a conversation with relative fluency and spontaneity, permitting normal communication with native speakers.  Is able to take an active part in debates on current affairs, explaining and defending his or her point of view.
  • SPEAKING: Is able to describe a wide range of topics related to his or her area of specialisation clearly and in detail.  Can explain a point of view on a topic, presenting the advantages and disadvantages of a variety of options.
  • WRITING: Is capable of writing clear, detailed texts on a wide range of topics related to his or her interests.  Can write essays or reports, transmitting information or presenting reasons which support or contradict a determined point of view.  Is able to write letters which highlight the importance the writer gives to determined events and experiences.

 

PRE-ENROLMENT AND ENROLMENT 

 

PRE-ENROLMENT +info

Students who intend to study for an officially recognised Master’s Degree at the UA should complete pre-enrolment in accordance with the guidelines and deadlines specified annually.

 

ENROLMENT +info

Following publication of the final list of those admitted to the course, an email containing a user password will be sent to successful applicants, enabling them to enrol via the Campus Virtual in accordance with the guidelines and deadlines specified annually.

In the registration process, the documents issued abroad must be official, duly notorised and translated. Further information:


NUMBER OF PLACES

 

COURSE NUMBER OF PLACES
2012-13 25
2013-14 25
2014-15 25
2015-16 25
2016-17 25

 

 

Focus


Professional and research.

The Master’s degree constitutes a training period for the Doctorate in Spanish and English as Second/Foreign Languages. To this end, the course includes teaching on research methodology in the field of Applied Linguistics as it pertains to teaching second/foreign languages, on the theories that have shaped or continue to shape research in this field, and on the application of new technologies in this area. The course also covers the latest advances in linguistic levels and the different aspects of communicative competence in English and/or Spanish, the specific problems posed by the peculiarities of each language, the use of literature and culture in developing linguistic competency in Spanish and/or in English, and specific lines and methods of research in these subjects.

Students that complete the 60 credits of the Master’s course will therefore be equipped to produce a doctoral thesis on one of the following lines of research:

  • Spanish L2/FL
  • English L2/FL
  • Spanish/English L2/FL
  • Theoretical perspectives in teaching and acquiring second/foreign languages (with emphasis on Spanish and/or English).

The Master’s course also prepares students for professional practice in teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages, as well as in other fields, such as the design of materials for teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages.


Degree course specialisation profile


Introduction to research into Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages.


 

Master’s degree profession profiles 

Professions for which the degree qualifies its holder.

1. In accordance with the academic and research profile cited above, the Master’s Degree course equips students to conduct research in the field of Applied Linguistics as it pertains to teaching second/foreign languages, in this case Spanish and/or English.

2. Whilst the above is the main objective of the course, the teaching provided on the latest advances in linguistic models and methods, and on specific aspects of Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages, etc., prepares students for professional practice in teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages, as well as in other fields, such as designing materials for teaching Spanish and/or English as second/foreign languages.

 

 

 

TIMESCALE FOR IMPLEMENTATION


 

1. Timescale for implementation of the Master’s Degree course   

 

Academic year

Implementation of Master’s degree

 

2010-2011

1st year

 

2. Procedure for equivalence recognition, where appropriate, between the current and the new course programme.

Those students from the previous programme who, once the new course programme has come into effect, wish to incorporate onto the new programme having already obtained 18 credits from the common module in the previous course programme (taught in the fourth term), plus 36-42 ECTS credits from the Spanish and English subjects taught in the first year, will be granted credit equivalence with the Spanish and English L2/FL route in the new programme for the courses they have studied, but they must complete the Master’s Final Project, worth 12 ECTS credits, in order to graduate from the course.

Since the number of credits obtained, the subjects taken and the students’ interests (particularly in terms of joining the new course programme on a particular route) may vary, credit equivalence and the additional credits required according to the specialisation route chosen will be considered according to each individual case.

In 2010-2011, when the new course programme comes into force, students following the former programme may also, if they choose, continue their studies according to the previous programme until they have obtained all 90 credits. They may join classes from subjects in the new programme that are equivalent in content and number of credits to the programme being phased out, with complementary teaching activities for any subjects that are reduced from 6 to 3 credits.


3. Studies being phased out and replaced by the proposed degree course:

Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish and English as Second Languages (L2)/Foreign Languages (FL) (90 ECTS), regulated by Royal Decree 56/2005, which has been taught since 2006/2007.

 

Information about the Centre General information for students

  • Faculty of Arts
      Campus de San Vicente del Raspeig
      Ctra. de Alicante s/n 03690
      San Vicente del Raspeig (Alicante)
      Telephone:+ 34 96
590 3448
      Fax:+ 34 96 590 3449
      facu.lletres@ua.es 
      http://lletres.ua.es/en/
  • Department of Spanish Studies, General Linguistics and Literature Theory
Campus de San Vicente del Raspeig
Ctra. de Alicante s/n 03690
San Vicente del Raspeig (Alicante)
Telephone:+ 34
96 590 3413
Fax:+ 34 96 590 9452
dfelg@ua.es 
http://dfelg.ua.es/en/

 

  •  Continuous Training Center (ContinUA)
         Ground Floor Germán Bernácer
         Telephone:
+ 34 96 590 9422
         Fax: + 34 96 590 9442
          continua@ua.es
         http://web.ua.es/en/continua

 

 

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