During this course, you have had the opportunity to reflect on and discuss theor

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During this course, you have had the opportunity to reflect on and discuss theoretical literature and relate the literature to your own and other course participants’ teacher practice. Module 3 is devoted to writing an individual paper which provides a reflective analysis that combines the theory and practice of CC (communicative competence) and ICT in English language teaching. Importance is given to your capacity to adopt an independent stance in relation to the course literature and offer well-founded arguments for your didactic standpoints. Your ability to structure and present a clearly written academic paper is also assessed in Module 3, where you are expected to show that you have integrated the feedback from previous assignments. The paper (approximately 1200-1500 words, in Times New Roman 12, 1,5 spacing) should be structured following the academic format, which means that the following components need to be included: Paper title + your name and course code Introduction, where you give a brief background and present your aim and the themes that you have chosen to focus on. Body text, where the themes are developed, i.e. critically discussed in light of the literature and your own experiences. Conducting a critical discussion means going beyond a simple answer and instead approaching a phenomenon from different perspectives. This also means connecting theoretical ideas to your teacher practice, thereby assessing their relevance and sustainability. The literature (course literature and other relevant articles that you have read) should be appropriately referred to in the text according to the Harvard standard, i.e., author’s last name year:page, for instance (Lundahl 2009:74) Conclusion, where you revisit your aim and summarize the most important points of your paper, perhaps also indicating fruitful avenues for further exploration. List of references. Subheadings are not required, although they are reader-friendly and may also help you in the writing process to structure the content of your paper. Bax, S. (2003) CALL- past, present and future System 31/1:13-28 The two attachments show the full reading list, however, it is not required to use all of them.

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