Methodology for Practicing Teachers

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Learn new techniques and develop teaching theories and methods in the context of the CEF and Cambridge ESOL exams at International House London and ILC France-International House Paris.
The range of two-week development courses are aimed at practicing teachers who want to improve their teaching communication skills.  These courses include for English:

  • Current Trends: Theory and Practice in English Language Teaching (ELT)
  • Classroom Skills for Primary Teachers
  • Classroom Skills for Secondary Teachers

Teacher development courses are very practical and interactive and will give you lots of ideas that you can use in your own classroom. The group size is 15 and by working alongside other English Language teachers you will also increase your confidence and knowledge of teachoing practice.
Current Trends: Theory and Practice in English Language Teaching (ELT)
Current Trends: Theory and Practice in English Language Teaching is a special teaching development short course for English language teachers. It is aimed at teachers working in the UK or overseas whose first language is not English. 
Over two weeks we look at the underlying principles of teaching a second language, and give you practical techniques for implementing ELT methodology. 
You'll learn how to motivate students, how to use technology in your lessons, and how to design a syllabus. We also show you how to cope with large classes, how to test students, and how to implement task-based learning.
Studying alongside other English language teachers will improve your teaching communication skills. 
Course overview

  • You need a level of English equivalent to Cambridge Advanced Certificate or CEF C1.
  • Classes are held Monday to Friday between 1.15-4.15pm.
  • The minimum age is 18 years old and the maximum class size is 15.

No further 2010 dates available. Please check back soon for 2011 start date

Classroom Skills for Primary Teachers

Classroom Skills for Primary Teachers is a special teaching development course for English language teachers. It is aimed at teachers working in the UK or overseas whose first language is not English. 
The course will give you practical ideas for classroom management and teaching communication skills for primary level (5-10 years old). The techniques can be applied whether you are teaching English as a second language, or even as a third language. 
You need a good standard of written and spoken English, and must have a level of competence equivalent to the Cambridge First Certificate (CFC) or CEF B2.

Course overview

  • Classroom Skills for Primary Teachers looks at different primary teaching approaches and evaluates the teaching materials available for children at this level. We also cover teaching classroom management, and how to use English songs, games and stories for primary school learners.
  • Classes are Monday to Friday from 13:15 - 16:15.
  • The minimum age is 18 years old and the maximum class size is 15.

No further 2010 dates available. Please check back soon for 2011 start dates.

Classroom Skills for Secondary Teachers

Classroom Skills for Secondary Teachers is a special two week teaching development course for English language teachers. It is aimed at teachers working in the UK or overseas whose first language is not English. 
Classroom Skills for Secondary Teachers is a very practical course in which we look at the different communication skills for teaching children (10-12 years) and teenagers (13-15 years). 
We will show you some of the best ways to practise English language skills with your students, and give you techniques for improving their pronunciation. The course will also demonstrate effective teaching classroom management. 
We also evaluate the teaching materials available for this age range to help you choose the best resources for planning and delivering your own English language lessons.

Course overview

  • By the end of the course you will have examined the relevant aspects of child development, and increased your all-round proficiency in English.
  • Other topics can be added to the syllabus including project work for younger learners, using songs in class, and incorporating video into lessons
  • You need a good standard of English equivalent to the Cambridge First Certificate (CFC) or CEF B2.
  • Classes are held Monday to Friday between 1.15-4.15pm.
  • The minimum age is 18 years old and the maximum class size is 15.

No further 2010 dates available. Please check back soon for 2011 start dates.

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