English language training courses to acquire an accredited certification as a language teacher.
Comments: The goal is that participants get familiarised with recent pedagogical and classroom technology developments in ELT.
1 week course: 19.06, 28.08, 23.10.
2 week coursE: 31.07, 14.08, 16.10.
Comments: This course focus on exploring CLIL principles and techniques and is addressed to both practising and new teachers.
Comments: For non-native English Teachers. Course includes:
10 hours/week devoted to language usage, awareness and development.
10 hours/week dedicated to the exploration of methodologies.
Afternoon schedule of Lectures and Visits.
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Comments: OTC01: General Methodology (2 weeks) - B2/C1 - July 3rd
OTC02: Literature (2 weeks) - B2/C1 - July 17th
OTC03: CLIL (2 weeks) - B1/B2 - August 14th, October 16th
OTC04: Technology (2 weeks) - min. B1 - April 10th, July 31st, October 16th
OTC04A: Technology (1 week) - min. B1 - February 27th, June 19th, August 28th
OTC06: PE Teachers (1 week) - B1 - August 21th
OTC07: General English + for Teachers of Technical Subjects (2 weeks) - A2/B1 - July 3rd, August 7th
OTC08: Project Based Learning (1 week) - min. B1 - July 17th, August 28th
OTC09: Using Drama in the Classroom (1 week) - min. B1 - July 3rd
Extra groups by arrangement
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Comments: This course is recognised by the European Commission. PIC Code: 945689764.
Registration deadline: 1 month before the starting date.
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