Dual Degree in Teaching Spanish and Teaching English as Foreign Languages

Validation of Subjects

Once the Master in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language is completed, he or she can validate an important part of their credits to study the Master in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. This validation is automatic in the case of subjects common to both Masters. The common subjects are:


INTRODUCTION 6 credits
1 Classroom Management: Technics and reflection on practice 3 credits
2 Observation and research in the classroom 3 credits

ACQUISITION AND LEARNING 9 credits
1 Second Language Acquisition 3 credits
2 Individual factors in learning 3 credits
3 Learning Strategies 3 credits

METHODOLOGY 21 credits
1 Methodological approaches 3 credits
2 Developing Language Skills in the Classroom 3 credits
3 Creation, adaptation and evaluation of materials and resources 3 credits
4 Educational technology in language learning 3 credits
5 Project and Tasks 3 credits
6 Evaluation of the language learning process 3 credits
7 Curriculum design and programming: theory and practice 3 credits

As such, the student will only need to complete the specific subjects of the TEFL:


SPECIFIC TEFL SUBJECTS 15 credits
1 Approaches to language in the classroom context 3 credits
2 Teaching pronunciation 3 credits
3 English in the community 3 credits
4 Teaching english through translation 3 credits
5 Content Language Integrated Learning 3 credits

PRACTICUM 10 credits

MASTER MEMOIRE(*)
20 credits

(*)The student will develop a new memoire of the final master based on the practices and written in English. The students that apply to study this dual degree will receive a special price in the enrollment.