Masters in English Teaching in the 1st Cycle of Basic Education
To teach English autonomously, following a syllabus, in an investigative, reflective and life long training professional perspective.
To develop the planning, implementation and assessment of innovative pedagogical practices.
To develop the knowledge of students in a given teaching context, their similarities and differences, in particular their needs, behaviour, motivation and learning levels.
To develop an informed and critical reflection about the educational context of teaching English in initial schooling years.
To improve the scientific, technological, ethical, and (inter)cultural knowledge and their practical use.
To autonomously prepare materials that respond to the specific student needs promoting genuine communicative language use.
Master (2nd Cycle)
Access to other programs
Completion of the Masters degree allows the holder to apply for the cycle of studies which leads to a Doctorate Degree. For the specific access requirements for doctoral programmes, consult the regulations governing the doctoral programmes at FCSH/NOVA.
Rogério Puga; Carlos Ceia (Coordenador geral mestrados em ensino)
More information provided in the Call for Applications, available on www.fcsh.unl.pt
(see at https://www.fcsh.unl.pt/cursos/)
Length: 3 semesters. Total credits: 90 credits (58 in course units of the study programme + 32 in the non-taught component).
To obtain the masters degree, the student must realize in accordance with Decree-Law 79/2014, 14th May, an introduction to professional practice which are assigned 32 credits (28 ECTS match Supervised Teaching Practice I and Supervised Teaching Practice II and 4 ECTS to the Seminar of Supervised Teaching Practice I and Seminar of Supervised Teaching Practice II).
The degree of mestre corresponds to the level 7 of the NQF and EQF-National Qualifications Framework/European Qualifications Framework.
Conditions of admittance
Please consult the application call available at www.fcsh.unl.pt
1) No obligatory precedences for attending the programs courses. 2) Knowledge evalutation in the courses is individual and takes place at the end of each semester. The following tools will be considered: final oral and/or written assignments, papers or other assessment tools, in conditions to be agreed upon with each lecturer. The result of the evaluation is expressed in a mark from 0 to 20. 3) Approval in a course requires a final grade equal to or above 10. 4) For the evaluation of the Supervised Teaching Practice, please consult FCSH/NOVAs relevant regulations.
|722131103||Language Development in Children - 1st semester||10|
|722160093||Teaching English to Young Learners - 1st semester||18|
|722171272||Language and Intercultural Education - 1st semester||5|
|722160091||Supervised Teaching Practice in Teaching English in the 1st Cycle of Basic Education I - 2nd semester||10|
|722160092||Supervised Teaching Practice in Teaching English in the 1st Cycle of Basic Education II - 1st semester||18|
|722160089||Supervision Seminar in Teaching English in the 1st Cycle of Basic Education I - 2nd semester||2|
|722160090||Research Seminar 2 - 1st semester||2|
|722171258||Education Systems and School Cultures - 2nd semester||5|
|Elective option 1|
|722121051||ANGLO-PORTUGUESE CULTURAL CROSSINGS - 1st semester||10|
|722121052||British Cultural Identities - 2nd semester||10|
|722160026||English C2 - 2nd semester||10|
|722121053||American Representations: Identity, Culture and the Arts - 1st semester||10|