About Sub Group: Teaching English
The BA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) program has been established to provide students with English language skills needed for both teaching performances and daily activities. TEFL students develop and cognitive academic language skills through the use of sound instructional techniques. The program provides English language learners with the opportunity to grasp the academic, social, and cultural aspects of the English language through the teaching of reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Potential: Teaching English
The goal of the TEFL program is to help students develop language skills necessary to be successful students and members of their society. This can be achieve most effectively by meeting the following objectives:
a) nurturing self-confidence and self-identity in the students through their linguistic and cultural heritage;
b) developing English proficiency in listening, writing, reading, and speaking skills;
c) developing proficiency in relevant content areas;
d) the ability to think, read and write critically, especially on issues related to language, learning and teaching; and
e) developing an awareness of and appreciation for the diversities among people around the world.
Importance: Teaching English
Job prospects for qualified TEFL teachers are excellent. There is a growing demand worldwide as English has become an international language. In every part of the world English has become the language used by people for their international communication. It is also important in education, and many people want to get a decent education in English. Graduates of the TEFL program will be qualified to work as English teachers, curriculum designers and material developers at public and private schools and universities as well as in other areas requiring advanced English language skills.
DR. Amir Hamid Alizadeh
Miss Elham Aboutalebi
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