The intermediate English course is designed to reinforce participants prior knowledge and additionally cover a wide range of topics from the use of technology in the classroom to pronunciation and grammar structures. Furthermore, all the activities have teachers in mind and can be adapted to various learning preferences at all levels in their own teaching environments.
The aim of the course is to introduce the participants to more complex structures they need to know in English, all designed to be used in real-time, real-life practical situations, focusing on how and when to use them in a learning environment. Ultimately participants will learn to take the knowledge forward to their own students and classrooms.
The course dynamic is focused on combining diverse, dynamic activities both in the classroom and around the city, these factors make the week far more enjoyable and add an element of cultural immersion in and around Seville.
A focus on technology and how to really exploit these platforms in the class makes the course relevant and current for the modern educator. The combination of indoor and outdoor activities really gives participants the opportunity to learn varied content in various contexts.
The participant knows how to:
During the course we will extensively go through varied strategies in delivering the content dynamically, including taking focus away from the board, letting students take charge and control with interaction and participation the key focus. Also learning by doing will have a heavy emphasis, gamification and team work will be promoted throughout the duration in all activities.
The activities will be organised as dynamically as possible and pair/team work always focused on, there will be examples on indoor and outdoor activities accordingly and the opportunity to adapt and further explore the potential of each activity.
We will use varied materials from flashcards to individually made digital games. Some traditional elements will also be used, such as puzzles, maps and quizzes. The materials will always represent those a typical teacher has to hand, and exploiting technology such as mobile phones and digital white boards will be covered extensively. The overall concept is to introduce, expand and facilitate what a modern educator has to hand in a contemporary classroom.
100% funded by the Erasmus+
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