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English Literature is a course that tackles major periods in the history of English Literature along with representative writers who reflect the concerns and issues of each period. The course includes the Romantic period, the Victorian Age, and Modernism along with texts produced by famous literary figures like John Keats, Percy Shelley, Lord Byron, Mathew Arnold, Robert Browning, Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, and William Butler Yeats. The course aims to enable students of third year to form a critical debate between different periods and movements so that to build critical opinion about changes in the status quo of each period and how these changes are reflected in the writings of these periods.
Course presentation:
Methodology tutorials are offered to second year students reading for a Bachelor degree in English along the academic for one and a half hours per week. Methodology tutorials are designed primarily as an introduction to the world of academic research, focusing primarily on research ethics and academic integrity.
Methodology tutorials introduce students to academic writing techniques that allow them master the scientific discourse. The latter is described as an objective discourse characterized by precision, systematicity, and rigor of the argument. The practice of these scientific writing techniques is introduced through multiple learning activities, such as paraphrasing, reformulating, and summarizing with concrete examples. Students are then introduced to the different citation styles that ensure the researcher's intellectual integrity, such as the MLA (Modern Language Association) and APA (American Psychological Association) citation styles most commonly used in the humanities and social sciences.
Examples used in Methodology tutorials include the insertion of direct quotations into the text, recognition of others ideas, use of footnotes, and insertion of bibliographic, electronic or printed sources. Students are also introduced to the use of different bibliographic sources, such as journal articles, books, research manuals, handbooks, dissertations and theses, speeches and lectures, monographs, and websites.
Description:
Study Skills Course is a guide developed to support the first steps of students at university. Therefore, it is complied for 1st year students enrolled in whatever speciality as it focuses on a set of skills any learner should be equipped with.

Objectives:
Students are expected :
- To be able to rethink their own learning approaches.
- To be able to develop active stratégies that are ought to maximize benefits from the study time.
-To discover what type of learner they are
This course is designed for first year Master students of English who are specialised in “Linguistics and Applied Language Studies”. Its main focus is about academic research and the different types of research. It is intended to help students get some insight about the methodology as well as the different procedures and steps of writing academic research.
Language and Culture is a course addressed to Master students of Foreign Language Didactics to broaden their intercultural perspective beyond the focus previously tackled in their licence degree. This course provides the students with the basic theoretical insights as regards the significance of culture and interculturality in foreign language teaching and learning.
Learning to write effectively in English is a fundamental discipline at the English Department(Constantine University). Students must learn all the adequate rules in order to write effective assignments in English.In this course,first year students are expected first to be able to develop an ability to write correct and meaningful academic paragrpahs, then to be aware ofall the features involved in order to write an effecient academic paragraph in English.To be familiar with two types of paragraphs,namely : The Descriptive and The Narrative Paragraphs.
This course explores the literary productions of the late 19th and the early 20th century in both Great Britain and the USA. It offers a set of prose and poetry texts of famous authors who witnessed the destruction and disruption caused by WWI such as James Joyce, T.S. Eliot, William Butler Yeats, Ezra Pound, William Faulkner and many others who marked the modernist era by their creativity and their rejection of old traditions.
This course introduces students to a range of aspects, not only of the English language but also of English and American culture. Indeed, students can learn about allusions and references to different aspects of English culture. They can also learn the historical context and cultural meanings of famous quotes and phrases.
The course of Modernist Literature does not confine the students to the traditions of England or the USA but includes the possibility of introducing them to traditions which inform English Literature, such as the study of Ancient Greek drama, and to literature in other contexts, such as European literature. It also provides the students with an alternative to the pervasiveness of “television culture” with its shallowness.
In sum, this course enables third year students to learn about the Modernist movement and its characteristics, and to develop personal criticism through the analysis of literary texts of the period. However, in addition to enhacing the capacity of critical thinking and citing evidence, this course is featured most of all by its aesthetic and emotional appeal.
This course is designed to introduce the learner to the basic concepts, tenets, and issues of general sociolinguistics, with particular focus on aspects of meaning that arise from the speakers’ interpretation of the linguistic items used in social ( real) context rather than the meaning of the proper entities of the linguistic system itself. Indeed, this course is particularly relevant to learners interested in learning English for communication and interaction. It provides theoretical knowledge of the key concepts introduced in the area of sociolinguistics and determines their relation to the cultural and social dimensions.
This is a course designed to introduce students to  Articulatory Phonetics ,with a focus on  both the practical and theoretical parts .  It  revolves mainly around the description of English Language sounds and their identification ,In addition to  the main  features that influence these sounds .
The ultimate goal is to provide the student with the  information and terminology needed  for the study of English sound Pattern, altogether with consolidating their knowledge about the phonetic transcription.
Corrective and Articulatory Phonetics is a course designed to First-year EFL students, UC1. It provides students with a theoretical canopy and a practical training needed to effectively pronounce English speech sounds. In this course, students will be introduced to the anatomy of the vocal organs with special emphasis on the technical terms used to describe the organs of speech situated along the vocal tract and the way these articulators move to produce speech sounds as well. Students, also, will learn and drill on (i) identifying, (ii) pronouncing, and (iii) transcribing English speech sounds using appropriate phonetic symbols.
Grammar for First year students at university is a cours introduced to students in order to reinforce their knowledge and improve their English grammatically. The cours is designed for Algerian students who have just joined university to pursuit studies in English as a field of specialization. The cours will highlight certain grammatical aspects which are considered as primary knowledge to use the language adequately. It aims at making students able to differentiate the huge difference between word functions and word categories. Once learners could distinguish which word/element in a sentence belongs to which category, they will study some word categories seperately as main lessons as articles, adjectives and adverbs. This course will enable learners to use spoken and written English correctly through intensive practice.
The Process of Language Acquisition is a course for Master 1 students (Language Sciences) that is designed to uncover three variant views (theories) of the learning process each of which explains how learners learn from a different perspective. These learning theories (The Behavioral Theory, The Cognitive Theory, The Social Cognitive Theory) are regarded as an introduction and an initiation of an attempt to figure out how the process of language acquisition works.
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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