This is aimed at developing the students’ (1) positive attitudes to (a) academic integrity, (b) creativity and innovativeness in EFLLT, (c) involvement in the learning process, (d) professional development, and (e) learning autonomy; (2) ability to (a) propose an innovative and creative solution to an EFLLT problem, (b) communicate the proposed solution with colleagues to get feedbacks for improvement purposes; and (3) skills of (a) writing the proposed solution in an academic paper, (b) presenting succinctly and clearly the proposed solution in a class seminar, (c) chairing the seminar effectively and efficiently, and (d) reviewing 2 books and 5 journal articles on ELLT. To reach these aims, the course will cover the following topics: the developments of language teaching in the pre-method and method eras and their implications for competencies required of language teachers, materials developments, and assessment; crucial concepts in language teaching (English varieties, fluency-accuracy, error-mistakes, learner language, skills-getting and skills-using, ELF or EIL); language teaching in the postmethod era (dimensions, macro strategies, principles); developments of EFL teaching in Indonesia; learner characteristics (intelligence, learning styles and strategies, affective matters); innovations in EFL teaching; intercultural language learning; integrating the 21st century skills into EFL teaching and learning, and character building through language teaching and learning. The teaching and learning activities include: lecturing followed by QAs and discussion, a seminar of students’ papers plus Q-A and discussion, and completing assignments (making and presenting a paper of a specified topic, reviewing relevant books, and summarizing journal articles of EFL teaching and learning). Components of assessment class participation, paper writing, presentation, assignments, and sitting the semester exam.