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Diploma in Foreign Language

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Diploma in Foreign Language, Academic qualification and proficiency in foreign languages.

opens the gate for career in sectors such as tourism, embassies, diplomatic service, etc.

Description

Course Name: Diploma in Foreign Language
Course Id: DFL/Q001.
Education Qualification: Graduate.
Course and Exam Fee: 3000.

How You will Get Diploma Certificate:

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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.

Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

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 Syllabus

 

Diploma in Foreign Language
Name of PaperM. MarksPass Marks
Teaching Skills10040
Networking Skills10040
Conversational Skills10040
Technological Expertise10040
Communication Skills10040
Management Skills10040
Practical10040
Teaching Skills

Components Attentiveness, Utilization of previous knowledge Technique and devices, Developing interest, Motivation Simple and accurate language, Effective communication Fluency and voice change Audibility, Beginning statement, Relevant statements Harmony in presentation, Focusing on essential points, Relevant and interesting examples with use of appropriate media, Planned repetition Concluding statements, Close ended questions, Factual Memory recall Limited discussion Convergent, Open ended questions Evaluative Inference, Comparison Application Divergent question, Higher order question, Problem-solving, Level of question Components, Framing of the questions, Purposeful Relevancy, Clarity Brief or Conciseness Grammatically, correct Thought-provoking Presentation of questions, Distribution of questions, Conversational language, Voice of the teacher, Audibility Speed and pause, Teacher behaviour, skill of probing question, Prompting Information, seeking Redirecting Refocusing, Developing critical thinking, Movements Gestures Change in speech, pattern Pausing Focusing.

Networking Skills

Develop Thick Skin; Get comfortable hearing the word, “no”, over and over again. It will build your character and make you tenacious about your business, Be Nice to Everyone, You Meet Be Giving Grow, Your Relationship Database Communicate, Keep it Simple Build, Rapport Set Goals, Access Available Resources, Have a Positive Approach, Handshake and Eye Contact Be an Active Listener Develop, Small Talk Appearance and Grooming Introducing, Yourself & Your Elevator Speech, Create a working Bio of yourself and memorize it. Who knows you better than you? Be prepared to tell your story on short notice. Your introduction should include your full name. Your elevator speech should include concise information that can be shared in roughly forty-five seconds to one minute. Thank the person for their time – when the discussion ends you never get a second chance to make a first impression.” How well you maintain your personal hygiene and how you dress for the occasion speaks volumes without saying one word. You don’t want to be the one that feels out of place. Inquire about the dress code for an event before arriving.

Conversational Skills

Always begin with your name, Offer a genuine compliment, Ask something of the person (e.g. relationship to the host of the event or the organization), Find out about the person’s hometown or workplace, Refer to nametag for clues (e.g. company, department, position, hometown), Ask something you would like the other person to know about you Repeat (e.g. It’s nice to meet you, Sierra) Word Association (e.g. Karen MC Comb = Carrying a Comb) The Teddy Roosevelt Technique (i.e. imagine the person’s name written on her/his forehead) Maintain appropriate eye contact, Use active listening skills to get clues, about what to ask Stick with open-ended questions, Use the “yes, and” technique, when asked a yes or no question (e.g. Q: Do you like your major? A: Yes and I’m particularly interested in doing research with a faculty member this year. What do you think about…) Arrive early so that you can greet new guests as they enter the room Say hello to people while you are getting your nametag, joining a table, etc. Start up a conversation at the food/beverage station.

Technological Expertise

Technological change and skill needs, Skills assessment and anticipation methods, Descriptive statistics/ stock taking, Quantitative forecasting, Skills and jobs surveys (questionnaire surveys), Graduate tracer studies, Qualitative research Foresight, Big data Purpose of guide, Cede fop’s ‘how-to’ guides on understanding technological change and skills, demand Participatory skills, anticipation methods, What is foresight, The participatory element in foresight, Involvement of experts in determining topics for examination, consultation and face-to-face meetings, Workshops where participants of various kinds (members of a single organisation or drawn from a range of bodies), seek to identify main drivers of change; Delphi-type survey work Discussion and assessment of effects of drivers of change and of trend impacts in workshop settings, Scenario workshops; Gaming Road mapping workshops, strategy workshops, success scenario workshops; Delphi-type policy and goals surveys, interviews reviewing project outputs; conventional seminars with Q&A scenario workshops; roadmapping workshops preparing proposals for implementation and follow-up,activit Recruiting foresight participants, How well is the exercise explained or expectations for the participant outlined? What contribution is expected is the activity purely academic, or does it have to influence the policy discourse or management decisions? What opportunities are foreseen to comment on process and outcomes? Does the exercise have the support of leaders of important organisations?

Communication Skills

Aim and Scope Background Method, Material Data Results Group  Anna and Linn Group  Lisa, Moa and Emelie Group  Anton, Lukas, Kristian and Jesper Group  Daniel, Linus, Arina and Anja Group  Ted, Ludde, Martin and Sonja Analysis of the questionnaire Discussion Conclusion References, Appendices Answers to the questionnaire, Introduction Group two also consists of three girls, who are close friends and socialize both in school and outside of school. They are also very supportive and help each other, out and especially Moa but also Lisa uses this by leaving her sentences for the others to finish they are very fond of talking at the same time, which made this conversation the most difficult to transcribe. Their utterances sort of weave into each other so that they are telling the story together you cou should pick one of these subjects that fit in your Sometimes, he uses a repetition together with a correction.

Management Skills

Procedure Classroom Management, From a General Education Perspective, Approaches to Foreign Language, Teaching Distinctive Characteristics of Classroom Management in Foreign Language, Education Foreign language, teaching is the only subject, where effective instruction requires the teacher to use a medium (language) the students, do not yet understand Effective foreign language instruction requires interaction patterns such as group work, which is desirable but not necessary for effective instruction in other subjects, The methodology of language teaching is more diverse and aimed at creating contexts for communication and maximizing student involvemen, Discussion and Conclusions Directions for Further, Research Materials and methods Results and discussion, Conclusion Introduce the descriptions of the vocabulary, Do “Funny Body” drawings Play the “Describe Your Friend” song and do the active listening worksheets, Do the “Describe Your Friend Class Survey” Read classroom reader “The Clever Prince” Play “Guess Who?” Set Homework: “Describe Your Family” worksheet See our “Warm up & Wrap Up” lesson sheet.