St. Julians - kurs języka angielskiego

English and Teaching Methodology – ECM-GT
EC English

This course is designed for those who are over 30 years old, do not have English as a first language but work in the educational sector. This includes those who:
- Teach English.
- Teach another subject through English (CLIL).
- Are planning to teach English or through English in the future

We work with our learners to improve their ability tocommunicate. We help them to develop the language, the confidence and the skills to interact with other English speakers across all background. We employ the Communicative Approach. We put our students at the centre of their learning. Our process is visible and
engaging. Clear goals and success criteria combined with classroom discussion about language and about learning involve our students in the learning process and ensure their goals are achieved. Our students learn English and learn how to learn – a benefit for life. Our systems also ensure you have the time and information to discuss your progress with your teachers by:
- Practical Homework Tasks: your teachers will give you homework tasks that give you the opportunity to practise what you’ve learnt outside the classroom so you can see exactly how well you’re progressing.
- Weekly Scores: each week your teacher will give you scores on your speaking, homework, and participation and motivation. These can be accessed through our on-line platform and discussed during Feedback Friday.
- Feedback Friday: on Friday, your teacher will revise and consolidate the week’s learning. You will practise what you’ve learnt and receive feedback from your teacher and your classmates on your progress.

A) Each week, in your General English class you can expect to:
- Learn a minimum of two language points.
- Gather a range of topic-related lexis.
- Build your intercultural communication skills.
- Develop a single study skill across the week.
- Develop your learning skills.
- Work in pairs and groups to develop your communicative competence.
B) In your Teaching Methodology lessons, you can expect to:
- Review the differences between teaching systems and skills.
- Learn to set real-life objectives.
- Learn to scaffold your lesson to achieve these objectives.
- Learn how to ensure your learners are at the centre of the learning conversation.
- Examine error-correction and feedback techniques.
- Learn to plan effective lessons.
- Learn practical techniques for working on pronunciation.
- Discuss the use of authentic materials.
- Discuss the most effective approaches to finishing a lesson.

Once you have registered, you get access to our on-line learning platform, where you can access you To Do list and prepare yourself by:
- Taking your Placement Test.
- Setting your own learning goals.
- Learning about our approach to learning.
- Watching a welcome talk from our school.
- Checking the details of your pre-arrival information.
Once you have completed your placement test, you get access to self-study exercises at your level so you can begin learning and practising before you leave your country.

In your final week, you will receive:
- An Exit Test
- An Exit Report: outlining your progress.
- A feedback survey.
- A certificate of attendance.
- Access to our e-learning platfrom for next 3 months.

At our school we offer a mixed morning and afternoon timetable. Below is an example of that timetable but days and times may change depending on your level.
1) Monday
- 13:00-14:30: Pedagogical Methodology
- 14:45-16:16: General English
- 16:30-18:00 General English
2) Tuesday
- 9:00-10:30 General English
- 10:45-12:15 General English
- 13:00-14:30 Pedagogical Methodology
3) Wednesday
- 13:00-14:30: Pedagogical Methodology
- 14:45-16:16: General English
- 16:30-18:00 General English
4) Thursday
- 9:00-10:30 General English
- 10:45-12:15 General English
- 13:00-14:30 Pedagogical Methodology
5) Friday
- 13:00-14:30: Pedagogical Methodology
- 14:45-16:16: General English
- 16:30-18:00 General English

- Minimum entry level: Intermediate (CEFR B1)
- Total contact hours: 30 lessons (22.5 hours) / week
- Course format: General English (20 lessons) + Pedagogical Methodology (10 lessons) per week
- Included in the price: study materials (including online study materials), a vibrant social programme. additional academic workshops and learn/explore sessions and excursions (optional), access to a 24-hour emergency contact.

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

beach games, beach volleyball, bowling *, diving *, fitness, horse riding *, surfing *, pływanie

boat cruises *, cinema afternoon/evening *, city tour/walk, conversation practice, cultural activities, dinner with teachers, extra grammar lessons, guided city tours *, international evenings, international food day, museum visits, orientation tour, pronunciation lessons/workshops, pub and restaurant evenings, sightseeng, theatre or cinema visit *

Blue Grotto *, Splash and Fun Park *, Mdina *, Gozo *, Blue Lagoon *, Sicily *, Valetta *, St Julian's

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne



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