poznawanie języka angielskiego w Wielkiej Brytanii - Edynburg

Methodology and Language Development – CEE-T
Centre of English Studies

This course combines the latest in best practice in general pedagogy with the utilisation of practical online tools for education. It will give participants both a refresher in the areas of lesson planning, classroom management, and content knowledge, as well as introducing some innovations in practice which can be integrated the current context.

The primary aim of this course is to not only give the participants support in the process of reflecting on their own teaching, but to provide clear, practical advice which is relevant to their context. At the end of the course, the participants will have had the opportunity to have put into practice some of the tools and methods covered in the course both from the perspective of the teacher and the student.

This course is designed for teachers who are looking to upskill in a number of areas. Teachers who are looking for a revision of best practice, or who are looking for some new ideas in traditional settings will gain from this course, as will teachers who are looking at learning more about the use of technology both in and outside the classroom.

This course blends synchronous and asynchronous tasks to ensure that the timetable is best utilised. There is a recognition of the limitations and opportunities provided by the online space and this course endeavours to ensure that each participant has a fruitful experience.

- The courses take place for two weeks (it's possible to join for only one week - first week of the two-week course).
- The schools run an extensive cultural and social programme in the afternoons which includes visits to the various cultural attractions in the location.

1) Monday:
- Introduction, Ice Breakers
- Learner Styles and Promoting Learner Autonomy
2) Tuesday
- Techniques for Teaching Vocabulary and The Lexical Approach
- The Productive Skills: Speaking and Writing
- Irish History and Politics
3) Wednesday
- The Receptive Skills: Reading and Listening
- Language Development
4) Thursday
- Language Development
- Exploiting the Course Book and Authentic Material
- Irish Culture and Idiomatic Langauge
5) Friday
- Task Based Learning
- Teacher’s Choice


6) Monday
- Language Development
- Games, Activities and Drama in the Classroom
7) Tuesday
- Dealing with Pronunciation
- Techniques for Reviewing Vocabulary
- Irish Literature
8) Wednesday
- Teacher’s Choice
- Language Development
9) Thursday
- Useful Websites and Other Resources
- Workshop: Lesson Design
- Blended Learning and e-Learning
10) Friday
- Presentation of Material and Rationales and Self-Evaluation
- Course Evaluation and Further Professional Development Action Plan

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

cycling *, horse riding *, ice scating *

barbecue, board games, city tour/walk, cultural events and festivals, film evenings, guided city tours *, guided museum tours *, international evenings, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, theme workshops

Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery, Edinburgh Castle, Edinbourgh Dungeons *, Greyfriar's Kirkyard, National Museum of Sotland *, Princes Street Gardens

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne


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