Second Year Grammar is a course which provides students with the basics of English grammar. It aims at consolidating their prior knowledge of English grammar. Through this course, students will be presented with the form, meaning and use of English structures; they will be able to make a relationship between the three elements.
The current course supplies an account of a range of approaches and methods of teaching English, casting light mainly on their assumptions, pros and cons. It also tackles the various principles which govern a language skill: cognitive, affective and linguistic.
This module sheds light on three movements(or schools of thought) in psychology that have significant implications for viewing learning and education namely: Behaviourism, Cognitivism, and Sociocognitivism.
EFL First Year Grammar is a course which provides you with the basics of English grammar. It aims principally at consolidating your prior knowledge about grammar. Through this course, you will be presented with the different parts of speech of English.


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EFL Freshmen Written Expression is course that offers you the basic guidelines and principles for writing academic paragraphs. Through this course, you will be introduced to the building blocks of academic writing, for instance different types of sentences, the main components of a standard paragraph, techniques for ensuring unity and coherence, and different modes of development.
After being introduced to Micro Linguistics in their First and Second Years, EFL Third Year students at the University of Mentouri, Constantine, will discover another field which is Macro Linguistics that deals with the study of language in relation to other disciplines. Therefore, we aim through the present module at developing the learners' abilities to understand the principles and branches of Linguistics, focusing mainly on Sociolinguistics-the study of language in relation to society- and Psycholinguistics -the study of language in relation to the mind.

Depuis l'apparition de l'internet au début des années 90, le nombre de sites web ne cesse d'augmenter ; aujourd'hui, on compte des milliards de sites web avec plus de 60 trillions page web (1018). L'internet est devenu un outil primordial dans notre vie quotidienne, nous somme de plus en plus dépendant d'elle.

Vue la quantité d'information qu'elle contienne , trouver ce que nous cherchons dans ce vaste monde virtuel est de plus en plus difficile, dans certains cas impossible, mais grâce a la technologie des moteurs de recherche tels que : Yahoo, Ask Google, Bing ; la recherche sur le Net est réduite à une simple requête vers l'un de ces machines sophistiquées capables de retourner dans une fraction de seconde des centaines de milliers de réponses.

Dans cette formation on présentera le moteur Google ( 90 % de recherche sur internet dans le monde entier est fait à l'aide de Google) , ces caractéristiques, et comment l'on utilise de façon correcte et efficace. À la fin de cette formation apprenant sera en mesure de formuler des requêtes Google claires et précises,lui permettant de trouver ce qu'il cherche de manière rapide et exacte (95 % de ce que il cherche sera dans la 1re page de résultat).

This course will teach you the basic steps for writing a standard essay. You will also learn three different types of essay development.
This course is intended to help learners learn about theoretical linguistics: learning about the subfields of linguistics and the most influential figures in linguistics.
This course offers a broad survey of some texts that introduce first year students to English-Language culture, both British and American. these texts serve as an initiation that will prepare students for their second year's more historically-based course. Learners of any language must have a comprehensive understanding of culture so as to become efficient learners.
This course is for first year students of English who need to know more about Great Britain. It is supposed to provide them with the necessary information concerning some aspects of British life, culture and history in an attempt to facilitate understanding the English language.
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