Тренинги для преподавателей английского языка

2 раза в неделю 24 ак.ч. (8 занятий) 5-8 чел.
ЗАПИСЬ: 719-95-49, 275-40-02, 952-30-04 или info@nplanet.ru
11 280P

New Planet предлагает преподавателям принять участие в практических занятиях по применению коммуникативного подхода на уроках английского языка.

Re:Start   A short training course to refresh and revive teachers

This course is intended for practising teachers who want the chance to discuss, discover and challenge ideas about teaching English.

Курс ведёт опытный специалист - преподаватель и методист из Великобритании Tim Carbutt:
"These workshops look at the practical side of teaching English as a foreign language. The advice and natural examples you will be given together with the training tasks you will complete will lead you to question the effectiveness of some of your techniques and methods in the classroom.
You will learn how to put together a lesson which gets students communicating meaningfully with each other, how to contextualise language and present structure and lexis in a natural way, how to integrate the presentation of new language into motivating skills practice, and raise awareness of errors and systems of dealing with them.
In short, this course will add to a teacher's understanding and ability to implement the communicative approach to language learning in the classroom."

Программа курса

Session 1 What kind of teacher are you? Different approaches to teaching (Grammar-Translation, Audio-Lingual, The Communicative Approach) How do people learn languages? Ways of organizing lessons. The role of a teacher. Common mistakes teachers make.
Session 2 Hitting the G spot. Presenting grammar structure. Arguments for and against teaching grammar. Approaches to teaching grammar (concept and form, inductive and deductive, PPP, ESA, EASA) Putting a presentation under the microscope.
Session 3 What's that word? Teaching vocabulary. What is vocabulary? Criteria for selecting vocabulary to teach. What a student needs to know about a lexical item. How our brains organize vocabulary. Conveying meaning. Activating vocabulary.
Session 4 Listening skills. Problems with listening tasks. Reasons for listening. Listening micro -skills. Integrating listening tasks into a lesson. Stages of a listening task (Pre-, While-, Post-) Top-down or Bottom-up approaches. Task-feedback cycle.
Session 5 Speak to me! Developing speaking skills. Is speaking the key skill? Communication: the balance between fluency and accuracy. Effective speaking activities. How teachers hinder speaking activities. Topic-based or task-based activities? Micro-skills of speaking. Types of speaking activity: discussions, role play, real play, simulation, language games and so on. Pronunciation techniques.
Session 6 Reading skills. Differences between listening and reading as a receptive skill. Students' attitudes to reading. Skimming and scanning. Common assumptions about reading. Reading strategies. Integrating reading tasks into a lesson. Stages of a reading task (Pre-, While-, Post-) Types of reading tasks. Intensive vs. Extensive reading.
Session 7 Writing: the forgotten skill? Differences between writing and speaking as productive skills. Students' attitudes to writing. What do we write? Types of writing. Reasons for writing. Levels of writing : Copying → Exercises → Guided writing → Process writing → Unguided writing. Micro-skills of writing. Correcting written work.
Session 8 We all make mistakes. Error awareness and correction techniques. Errors, slips and attempts. Categories of error. Why students make errors. Approaches to correction (teacher-led, self / peer correction) Immediate vs. delayed correction. The importance of raising error awareness. Tests and reasons for testing. The backwash effect.