Classroom Skills for Teaching Young Learners
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Mon to Fri
15 a week
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The programme is great for teachers working in a primary school or language school who would like to revitalize their concepts to teach ages 6-11.
Classroom Skills for Teaching Young Learners focuses on techniques and methodology, including CLIL, which will help you to implement your teaching plans more effectively.
You will gain a deeper understanding of classroom management techniques and develop ways of introducing and practising a new language, and of encouraging young learner independence.
Completing this course will help you:
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Course Sample programme
Course expectations and your teaching context Introduction to resources
Exploit flashcards for vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation Content and language integrated learning CLIL v. ELT
Guided writing – Getting over the fear of the blank page Different writing techniques for younger learners
Using stirrers and settlers in the classroom management Motivation and discipline
Managing behaviour – The use of praise in the classroom – Useful error correction techniques
Helping learners with their oral communication skills Vocabulary games with aims
Using drama in the classroom and Total Physical Response activities Songs and chants
Creative ideas for the classroom, display different ways to decorate your classroom Phonics Helping your learners with difficult sounds
Story-telling: Looking at popular children’s storybooks – Grammar Giggles – Games to recycle grammar
Using Cuisenaire rods with young learners – Using technology in the classroom – Ideas and useful websites
*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates.
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