SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentMA Program of English, First Year Ph.D. Program in TESOL, First Year MA Program of English, Second Year Ph.D. Program in TESOL, Second Year
Course NameDiscourse Analysis and Language Teaching
InstructorYU HSUEH-YING
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule

Tentative Schedule



09/10 Linguistics and language teaching



Hughes and McCarthy, 1998



Larsen-Freeman, 2000



Richards and Rodgers, 1995



09/17 What is discourse analysis



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 1



09/24 Discourse analysis and grammar



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 2



10/01 Discourse analysis and vocabulary



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 3



10/08 Open



10/15 Discourse analysis and phonology



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 4



Spoken language



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 5



10/22 Written language



McCarthy, 1991 Chapter 6



10/29 Application of DA to grammar/vocabulary instruction (issue 1for MA);



Introduction, themes of literature review, and methodology of paper (for PhD)



11/05 Application of DA to grammar/vocabulary instruction (issue 1 for MA);



Introduction, themes of literature review, and methodology of paper (for PhD)



11/12 Discourse community



Olshtain & Celce-Murcia, 2001



Anton, 1999



11/19 Markers and marked structures



Schleppegrell, 1996



Bardovi-Harlig, 1990



11/26 English Tense



Riddle, 1986



Master, 2002



12/03 Iconicity



Givon, 1987



Ji, 2007



12/10 Coherence



Johns, 1986



Academic writing



Hyland, 2005



12/17 Spoken discourse analysis (I)



McCarthy and Carter, 2002



Jung, 2003



12/24 Spoken discourse analysis (II)



Mauranen, 2004



Wichmann, 2000



12/31 Application of DA to teaching the four skills (issue 2 for MA);



Results, discussion/implications of paper (for PhD)



01/07 Application of DA to teaching the four skills (issue 2 for MA);



Results, discussion/implications of paper (for PhD)



01/14 Issue reports/paper due













Requirement



1. Participating in discussion and oral report



2. Designing teaching activities



3. Writing up two issues for MA (1000 words for each); a paper for PhD (4000-5000 words)



 




 



 


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant
Requirement/Grading

Evaluation System:




  1. Paper presentation and discussion 10%

  2. Assignments 10%

  3. Teaching practice 40%

  4. Issue reports 40%


Textbook & Reference

McCarthy, Michael. (1991). Discourse analysis for language teachers. Cambridge:



Cambridge University Press.



Supplementary readings.


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