Welcome to Didactic Perspectives on the Analysis of Pupils’ and Upper-Secondary School Students’ Texts, 7,5 Credits

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Information about the course

Course and application code

ENA006, 12507

Study period and pace

Week 36–03 25% (One-quarter-time)

Register on your course

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Syllabus and reading list

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Your Timetable

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Information från kursansvarig

During the Fall Term, students will study Didactic Perspectives on the Analysis of Pupils’ and Upper-Secondary School Students’ Texts starting in week 37 and meeting every other week, with final assignments due in January. There will be 8 seminars for this module and all seminars meet online on Fridays from 13-15. Attendance and active participation at seminars is mandatory.

In the module Didactic Perspectives on the Analysis of Pupils’ and Upper-Secondary School Students’ Texts, you will learn about the analysis, assessment and teaching of language structure and lexis (vocabulary), including discussion of relevant didactic methods focusing on these aspects of learner texts and analysis and assessment of actual learner texts. The module will be taught by Kavita Thomas, Henrik Kaatari and Britta Bergstedt.

The course literature you will need is all available as e-books at the University of Gävle library.

On Canvas, you will find specific information, such as detailed course descriptions, class schedule, teaching materials, course requirements, discussion forums, and assignments. A great part of your work will be carried out via Canvas, too. It is therefore essential that you register, which will enroll you in the course on Canvas before the semester starts. Course registration opens two weeks before course start, in week 34. See the link to register at the start of this welcome letter. Once the module has started, you should check the course site on Canvas on a daily basis. Important information will be posted by your instructors on the first page of the course site (as “Announcements”).

All the meetings for this course are online, in “digital classrooms” via the web conferencing system Zoom. Access to the digital classrooms will be provided through links posted in the course site on Canvas. Please note that you need to have a headset, a microphone and a webcam so as to be able to fully participate in our Zoom sessions. You will find a user guide to Zoom and information about the software at.

First class meeting
Your first meeting will be on Friday, September 13, from 13–15, online via Zoom. Zoom links can be found on Canvas in the individual module folder.

Bear in mind that this is a 25% course and you should expect to put in about 10 hours a week on the course. Please contact the course coordinator with questions on the course itself. You will find answers to your questions on the individual modules on the Canvas course site.

Cheating and plagiarizing are serious academic offences, which result in failing the module in question and being reported to the college’s disciplinary commission. To learn about plagiarism and get basic information on how to avoid it, please read the following disclaimer carefully before the beginning of the course: https://hig.se/download/18.1a5c0163b4c29a902f8/1527755508111/Plagiarism.pdf External link.


Student Support

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This page was last updated 2024-07-03