Edynburg (Wielka Brytania) niesamowite miejsce na kurs języka angielskiego

Content and Language Integrated Learning (for primary/secondary education) – HTN-CLI
Edinburgh School of English

Who is the course suitable for?
Non-native secondary school teachers who teach their curriculum subject(s) in English. Participants should have a minimum language level corresponding to B1 in the Common European Framework.

Course aims
· To establish how CLIL methodology compares to current teaching methodology.
· To become aware of the features of CLIL and how this can be used in the classroom.
· To identify target language terminology required to teach subjects in English.
· To give participants the opportunity to apply the CLIL methodology to their own teaching situation by discussing and creating tasks with other teachers of different subjects.

All participants are required to fill in a pre-course questionnaire. It is very important that this is returned at the earliest opportunity as the course is pre-planned based on this. The course content is outlined and discussed on the first morning, and is then adapted as appropriate.

Participants will confirm their understanding of CLIL through discussion and input, thereby identifying how their teaching methods will need to be adapted. The course will look at what English language the teacher will need, how to identify key vocabulary items, how to lesson plan and creating practical tasks that can be used across a number of different class subjects. During the course participants will experience CLIL from a learners’ point of view; they will also share ideas related to current CLIL methodology and create tasks with a view to receiving feedback on their effectiveness from their peers.

In learning about the theoretical and practical aspects of CLIL and by sharing teaching knowledge and expertise, participants will have a wider understanding of teaching subjects through English along with a number of practical ideas to use as a confident and knowledgeable CLIL teacher.

1. Introductions and establishing course priorities
2. Learner styles

1. What is CLIL?
2. CLIL: How can we bridge the gap between theory and practice?

1. What does an ESL lesson consist of and how can I integrate it into my lesson?
2. Activating Schemata: What makes a successful speaking activity?

1. Teaching and recycling vocabulary
2. Identifying language in texts and
modifying them for class use

1. Websites that will save your life (and make you laugh)
2. WEBQUEST Shared findings

1. Materials development and lesson planning
2. Materials development and lesson planning

1. Q & A session with a CLIL student
2. Lessons and feedback

1. Pronunciation and drilling made easy ICQ / CCQ
2. Lessons and feedback

1. Classroom management issues
in the CLIL classroom
2. Lessons and feedback

1. Support strategies for teachers and
2. Mentoring and peer feedback.
Sharing of resources.

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

basketball, bilard *, bowling *, cycling *, skating *, sport in park, volleyball, piłka nożna

boat cruises, city tour/walk, concerts, cultural activities, cultural events and festivals, guided city tours, guided museum tours, international evenings, live music / music nights, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, sightseeing with a guide, visits to music festivals, ceilidh *

National Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Scottish Parliament, Loch Ness *, Liverpool *, The Lake District *

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne


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