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Department of Teaching French as a Foreign Language Faculty of Philology Jagiellonian University
keywords: French teaching methodology, foreign language, developing curricula, the latest teaching methods, evaluation, testing, educational activities, translations
offer number: 48
research topics:
  • french teaching methodology;
  • developing curricula;
  • employing the latest French teaching methods;
  • evaluation, testing the effectiveness of specific educational activities depending on the context/learners characteristics etc.
comercial research:
  • developing French courses curricula, carrying out and evaluating a French course (general and specialised language – French for business, communication, legal; preparation for DELF and DALF examinations);
  • developing placement tests for job candidates, methodology training in French teaching;
  • French language course completion progress reports;
  • writing a French textbook (general or specialized language);
  • evaluation of currently used French teaching materials;
  • general and specialized translations (done by the students under the supervision of teacher trainers);
  • preparing students for participation in French-speaking trade fairs, conferences etc;
  • designing, preparing and developing curricula for French courses, carrying them out and prepraring progres reports;
  • translations.

Methods and research techniques:

  • empirical research, for example „action research”;
  • analysing teaching materials.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, expertises

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