[:ja][終了しました]宮城教育大学英語教育講座 2019年度第一回講演会[:]

[:ja]ロンドン大学教育研究所のAndrea Révész先生をお呼びし、宮城教育大学でタスク中心の教授法に関するワークショップを開催することになりました。Révész先生は、コロンビア大学で博士号を取得し、ジョージタウン大学(アメリカ)、ランカスター大学(イギリス)で教鞭をとられ、現職です。ハンドアウト等準備のため、申し込みが必要ですので、詳細は添付をご覧ください。

講演者:Andrea Révész(UCL Institute of Education, University College London)
講演タイトル:Steps in designing a task-based syllabus
This workshop explores task-based approaches to second/foreign
language learning and teaching. Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT)
is an educational framework for the theory and practice of teaching
second or foreign languages, an area of language pedagogy which
currently attracts significant interest worldwide. The basic
assumption underlying TBLT is that languages are best learnt through
the use of meaningful language during communicative tasks that are
relevant to learners’ needs. We will begin the workshop with reviewing
the rationale for TBLT. Then, we will consider steps in developing
task-based programmes, such as needs analysis, syllabus design, task
design, task sequencing, task-based methodology, and task-based
assessment. I will demonstrate these steps through a recent project
whose aim was to develop a task-based curriculum for newly arrived
international students in the UK.
Andrea Révész is an associate professor in applied linguistics at the
UCL Institute of Education, University College London. Her main
research interests lie at the interfaces of second language
acquisition, instruction and assessment, with particular emphases on
the roles of task, input, interaction, and individual differences in
SLA. Currently, she is also working on projects investigating the
cognitive processes underlying second language writing, speaking and
reading performance. She serves as associate editor of the journal
Studies in Second Language Acquisition and is Vice-President of the
International Association for Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT). She
was the winner of the 2017 Best Research Article Award given by the
International Association for Task-based Language Teaching and is the
recipient of the 2018 TESOL Award for Distinguished Research.