ELT107


Course Title Course Code Program Level
Listening and Pronunciation I ELT107 English Language Teaching B.A. / B.Sc.

Course Term
(Course Semester)
Teaching and Learning Methods
Credits
Theory Practice Lab Projects/Field Work Seminars/Workshops Other Total Credits ECTS Credits
01
(Fall)
42 70 112 3 4

Teaching Staff Yrd.Doç.Dr. Faranak ABBASZAD TEHRANİ
Language of Instruction İngilizce (English)
Type Of Course Compulsory
Prerequisites None
Recommended Optional Programme Component
Course Objectives The primary goal is to increase their advanced listening and pronunciation skills. It is aimed that the various original listening texts and academic presentations will develop the listening skills of the students. Additionally, students will have the chance to develop the sub-skills of listening such as note taking, predicting, reaching certain and detailed information, inferring from the context, understanding the gist. The original materials taken from various areas such interviews, movies, songs, conferences, television programs and news which are an important part of the course will provide the students a detailed perspective on the different accents of the English language. Moreover, it is aimed that the students get familiar with the various accent of English around the world. Through the course pairs and groups will be used which are activities which focus on teamwork.
Course Content Taking notes, predict, reaching certain and detailed information, infer from the context, listening sub-skills such as understanding the gist; original listening materials taken from different areas which include various English speaking styles such as phonetic, interviews, movies, songs, conferences, television programs and news.
Learning Outcomes (LO) The students who attended the course and were successful at the end of semester will acquire the followings; LO1 – The students will obtain the ability to infer from the context and understand the gist LO2 - The students will have the skill to make use of original materials which include different English speaking styles which are IPA, interviews, movies, songs, conferences, television programs and news.
Mode of Delivery Face to face
Course Outline
Week Topics
1. Week English Spelling and English Sounds; The Speech Mechanism; Stress and Intonation
2. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /iy/ and /ı/; Contrasting /iy/ and /ı/; Producing /ey/ and /ε/; Contrasting /ey/ and /ε/; Stress and Intonation
3. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /a/; Contrasting /a/ and /ε/; Producing /a/; Contrasting /a/, /a/, and /ε/; Stress and Intonation
4. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /ay/; Contrasting /ay/ and /a/; Producing /aw/; Contrasting /aw/ and /a/; Stress and Intonation; Listening Quiz 1.
5. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /ә/; Contrasting /ә/, /a/, /a/, and /ε/; Producing /әr/; Contrasting /әr/ and /ar/; Stress and Intonation.
6. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /ɔy/; Contrasting /ɔy/ and /ay/; Producing /ɔ/; Contrasting /ɔ/, /ә/, /a/, and /ɔ/; Stress and Intonation.
7. Week Vowel Sounds: Producing /ow/; Contrasting /ow/, /ɔ/, /a/, and /ә/; Producing /uw/ and /ʊ/; Contrasting /uw/, /ʊ/, and /ә/; Stress and Intonation; Listening Quiz 2.
8. Week MIDTERM
9. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /l/ and /r/; Contrasting /l/ and /r/; Stress and Intonation.
10. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /p/ and /b/; Contrasting /p/ and /b/; Producing /t/ and /d/; Contrasting /t/ and /d/; Stress and Intonation; Listening Quiz 3
11. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /k/ and /g/; Contrasting /k/ and /g/; Sounds for the Letters “cc,” Sounds for the Letter “x,” Sounds for the Letters “qu,” No Sound for “k,” and “g”; Producing /f/ and /v/; Contrasting / f/ and /v/; Producing /θ/ and /d/; Contrasting /θ/ and /d/; Contrasting /θ/ and /t/; Contrasting /d/ and /d/; Stress and Intonation
12. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /s/ and /z/; Contrasting /s/ and /z/; Contrasting /s/ and /θ/; Contrasting /z/ and /d/; Producing /ʃ/ and / /; Contrasting /ʃ/ and /ʒ/; Producing /tʃ/ ʒ ʒ ʒ and /dʒ/; Contrasting /tʃ/ and / dʒ/; Stress and Intonation; Listening Quiz 4.
13. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /h/; Practice the Contrast: Words with initial /h/ and words without /h/; No Sound for “h” and “gh”; Producing /y/; Contrasting /y/ and /dʒ/; Consonant Vowel Combination /yuw/; Producing /w/; Contrasting /w/ and /v/; No Sound for “w”; Stress and Inonation.
14. Week Consonant Sounds: Producing /m/; Practice the Contrast: Words with final “m” and words without final “m”; Contraction “I’m”; Producing /n/; Practice the Contrast: Words with final “n” and words without final “n”; Syllabic /n/; Producing /ŋ/; Contrasting /ŋ/, /n/, and /ŋk/; /ŋg/ Rules; Stress and Intonation
Assessment
  Percentage(%)
Mid-term (%) 40
Quizes (%)
Homeworks/Term papers (%)
Practice (%)
Labs (%)
Projects/Field Work (%)
Seminars/Workshops (%)
Final (%) 60
Other (%)
Total(%) 100
Course Book (s) and/or References Fellag, Linda Robinson. North Star Building Skills for the TOEFL and IBT. New York: Longman, 2006. Orion, F. Gertrude. Pronouncing American English: Sounds, Stress and Intonation. New York: Heinle & Heinle, 1997. Lebauer, R. S. Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn, Academic Listening and Note-Taking. New York: Longman, 2007.
Work Placement(s)
The Relationship between Program Qualifications (PQ) and Course Learning Outcomes (LO)

 

LO1

LO2

PO1

1

1

PO2

3

4

PO3

1

1

PO4

3

3

PO5

1

1

PO6

4

4

PO7

3

4

PO8

2

4

PO9

2

1

PO10

1

2

PO11

1

1

PO12

1

1

PO13

1

1

PO14

1

1

PO15

2

2

PO16

1

1

PO17

1

2

PO18

2

2

PO19

2

1

PO20

1

1

PO21

2

3

PO22

1

1

PO23

1

1

PO24

1

1

PO25

1

1

PO26

2

1

PO27

1

1

PO28

1

2

PO29

2

2

 

               1= Very weak   2= Weak   3= Moderate     4= Strong     5= Very strong