Methodology & English Language for Primary Teachers 2020

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The course is for teachers of young learners who need to improve their ability and confidence in their use of English
and develop their teaching skills for young learners. This course is practical. By ‘doing’ activities designed for the
primary classroom, you will experience the methodology from the young learner’s perspective. The course is both a
language improvement and a methodology course. This course also provides a large amount of English practice
throughout.
Programme of the training activities
• Teaching the four language skills: listening, reading, writing, speaking
• Creative activities for young learners
• Classroom management skills; language for the classroom
• Chants, rhymes and songs
• Storytelling, drama and music
• Using communicative learning activities in primary teaching contexts
• Pronunciation work (through children’s songs and rhymes)
• Work on grammar and vocabulary
• Building confidence in teaching in and through English - particularly through drama activities
• Elements of CLIL and Task- Based Learning
• Teaching and developing thinking skills
• Multiple Intelligence in primary teaching
• Adapting text book materials to create more dynamic lessons
• Materials development
Description of training content:
Preparation
Each applicant needs to send a Teacher's Profile 4 weeks before the course outlining hopes and objectives for
achievement as a result of attending this course.
Objectives
The course aims to provide the participants with state of the art theories and practice in teaching Young Learners. In
addition, the strong language element embedded will result in the participants’ development of their language skills.
Expected results
As a result of attending this course, the participants will be more knowledgeable, confident teachers of YL as well as
more fluent users of English.

Course organiser
Pilgrims
Location
Canterbury, United Kingdom


Contact organisation

Upcoming sessions

02.08.2020 > 08.08.2020 (ID: 137213)
Register before 27.07.2020