Corsi di metodologia per insegnanti (settembre), Milano

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The world of English teaching is in constant evolution, and this year the British Council will again be offering a valuable chance for teachers to meet and receive input on new methodologies and approaches to teaching from our most experienced teacher trainers. ‘Hot topics’ this year include methodologies for teaching Very Young Learners, and ways of integrating Mobile Technology into lessons aimed at the new ‘Millennium Generation’, and our course offer reflects these along with more long-standing teaching issues. As all our courses are delivered in English, we ask that all participants have at least an intermediate level of English.

METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING IN SCUOLA MATERNA

This course is aimed at Scuola Materna teachers and will look at a range of ideas that

can be used in the Materna classroom to engage and motivate students.  The course will be very practical in nature and sessions will focus on areas such as lesson planning, language presentation and using flashcards, songs and games with large classes.

COURSE 8   Sat 10, Sat 17, Sat 24 Sept and Sat 1 Oct    10:00 – 12:30

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING THROUGH SONGS AND STORIES (MAT/ELEM)

This course is aimed at Scuola Materna and Scuola Elementare teachers, and will look at a range of fun, project-based ideas that can be used to engage and motivate students.  The course will be very practical in nature and participants may be asked to take part in some activities!

COURSE 9   Mon 12, Tue 13, Wed 14, and Thurs 15 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

ACTIVITIES FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN SCUOLA ELEMENTARE

This course is aimed at Scuola Elementare teachers and will look at a range of ideas that

can be used in the Elementare classroom to engage and motivate students.  The course will be very practical in nature and sessions will focus on areas such as lesson planning, language presentation and using flashcards, songs and games with large classes.

COURSE 10   Mon 12, Tue 13, Wed 14, and Thurs 15 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

ACTIVITIES FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN SCUOLA MEDIA

This course is aimed at Scuola Media teachers and will look at a range of ideas that can be used in the Media classroom to engage and motivate students.  Sessions will be on areas such as classroom management, lesson planning, improving your students’ fluency in English and developing students’ competence in the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking).

COURSE 11   Mon 12, Tue 13, Wed 14, and Thurs 15 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THE IELTS EXAM

This course will provide useful tips to help prepare students for all four papers of the IELTS exam with a special focus on the Academic Reading and Writing papers.  There will be practical classroom activities to develop exam skills and techniques.  We will focus on strategies on how to approach the different tasks as well as giving guidance on how to evaluate students’ work using IELTS assessment criteria.

COURSE 12   Mon 12, Tue 13, Wed 14, and Thurs 15 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

DEVELOPING THINKING SKILLS IN THE  CLASSROOM (MED/SUP)

What exactly do we mean by "cognitive skills" and who does the thinking in the classroom, the teacher or the students? Which thinking skills should be promoted in English language lessons and how can classroom language and student activities be adapted to develop these skills? This course, aimed at both Middle school and Secondary school teachers, will explore the answers to these questions and provide teachers with food for thought for the academic year ahead.

COURSE 13   Mon 26, Tue 27, Wed 28, and Thurs 29 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

ENGLISH THROUGH DRAMA FOR SCUOLA SUPERIORE

How can we introduce drama into our classroom and practise the "four skills" in the process?  How can we personalise drama by incorporating student input into the performance?  How can we integrate history and cross cultural studies into the mix?  This course, aimed at secondary school teachers, will explore these questions through practical workshops with two iconic British plays about World War I: Journey's End and Oh, What a Lovely War!.  

COURSE 14   Mon 19, Tue 20, Wed 21, and Thurs 22 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

TEACHING CREATIVELY IN SCUOLA SUPERIORE

This course is aimed at teachers of Scuola Superiore and will look at a range of ideas that can be used in the Superiore classroom to engage and motivate students.  Participants will increase their repertoire of teaching ideas.  Sessions will include livening up literature, grammar and language presentation, lesson planning, adapting course book materials and teaching advanced level vocabulary.

COURSE 15   Mon 19, Tue 20, Wed 21, and Thurs 22 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

USING TECHNOLOGY AND ICT IN SCUOLA ELEMENTARE

Today’s student is a fully-fledged member of the ‘Millenium Generation’, and we as teachers need to be aware of the new technologies that have become second nature to him. This course will look at how learning technologies can enhance the way teachers teach, by examining ways of integrating the Internet and Mobile Technologies in and out of classtime, as well as practical demonstrations and practice sessions using the IWB (Interactive Whiteboard). The course will be suitable for all teachers with little or no experience of using technologies.

COURSE 16   Mon 19, Tue 20, Wed 21, and Thurs 22 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

IMPROVING PROCESS WRITING SKILLS IN SCUOLA SUPERIORE

Widely recognised as an effective means of improving writing skills at all levels, the process approach treats all writing as a creative act which requires time and positive feedback to be done well. In process writing, the teacher moves away from being someone who simply sets a writing task and receives the finished product for correction, to an active participant in the pre-writing, structuring and focusing stages.

COURSE 17   Mon 19, Tue 20, Wed 21, and Thurs 22 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THE REVISED CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH ADVANCED EXAM

This course is aimed at secondary school teachers who would like to prepare students for the Cambridge English: Advanced exam, including a special focus on the changes that have been made to the exam. The course provides activities and practical ideas to help develop exam skills and techniques for all five papers of the exam. It looks at strategies on how to approach the different tasks as well as giving guidance on how to evaluate students’ work using Cambridge assessment criteria.

COURSE 18   Mon 26, Tue 27, Wed 28, and Thurs 29 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

TEACHING PRONUNCIATION

During this course we will look at the features of English pronunciation which pose problems for Italian learners.  We will examine a range of techniques to help students improve their intelligibility and increase their confidence when speaking. The course will be very practical in nature and participants will learn a range of new classroom activities to take into their own teaching environment. 

COURSE 19   Mon 26, Tue 27, Wed 28, and Thurs 29 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

USING TECHNOLOGY AND ICT IN SCUOLA MEDIA AND SUPERIORE

Today’s student is a fully-fledged member of the ‘Millennium Generation’, and we as teachers need to be aware of the new technologies that have become second nature to him. This course will look at how learning technologies can enhance the way teachers teach, by examining ways of integrating the Internet and Mobile Technologies in and out of class time, as well as practical demonstrations and practice sessions using the IWB (Interactive Whiteboard). The course will be suitable for all teachers with little or no experience of using technologies.

COURSE 20   Mon 26, Tue 27, Wed 28, and Thurs 29 Sept 15:30 – 18:00

 

Cost € 140.00 for each 10-hour course.

 

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Ogni corso ha un costo di € 140. 

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