Language Teacher Refresher Course

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Description

1 week refresher course for Language Teachers whithin the framework of the ERASMUS + Program.

The course has been created for language teachers who want to learn more about effective student centered teaching methods and develop their knowledge about current language teaching approaches.

Participants will learn more about incorporating Communicative Language Teaching  (CLT) methodology into their lessons and participate in pair and group work. Emphasis will be placed on Task Based Learning, the use of authentic materials and realia, student versus teacher roles, group and pair work, class management.

By the end of the course participants will have learned how to maintain student motivation and how to create and maintain an effective learning environment in the classroom. Particular attention will be given to the sharing of different teaching experiences and practices. 

Guided city tours and a one day excursion (usually on Saturday)  will also be part of the programme.

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Target audience

  • Language Teachers: primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs;
  • Language Teacher trainers;
  • Headteachers;
  • Principals;
  • Managers of schools.

Details, locations and dates

  • Price: 480€
  • Activities included: if not otherwise specified all courses includes at least one city guided tour and one full day excursion.
  • Lessons are from Monday to Saturday, if not stated otherwise.

Next courses in Florence

  • 4-9 March 2019
  • 1-6 April 2019
  • 6-11 May 2019
  • 3-8 June 2019
  • 1-6 July 2019
  • 5-10 August 2019
  • 2-7 September 2019
  • 7-12 October 2019
  • 4-9 November 2019
  • 2-7 December 2019
  • 3-8 February 2020
  • 2-7 March 2020

Not a EU teacher? This course is for you too!

Our courses are designed to fit the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, but are available also for teachers from all non EU countries.

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