Practical Teacher - Teacher Training Course

This course is also available online

2 weeks

Course Length

Mon to Fri

Lesson Days

15 a week





Minimum Level


Practical Teacher is suitable for teachers who want a pragmatic programme that encompasses developing resources, useful ideas and methods to brighten up classrooms and encourage students. The course focusses on selecting and using teaching materials and designing tasks to engage students through the activity-based programme.

You’ll cover a range of ways to select, adapt and design different frameworks. The course is going to be building confidence in using a variety of teaching techniques. Our training will also give you the chance to share your classroom practices and experiences with other peers.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

This teacher training is for teachers who want a workable programme that encompasses emerging resources, pragmatic ideas and techniques to revive classrooms and inspire learners.

Course Sample programme

Week 1

Course Content


Activities to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing


Selecting and exploiting materials


Activities for teaching pronunciation


Teaching using a task-based learning approach


Using student mistakes to aid understanding

Week 2



Dealing with emerging language and reformulation


Introducing and practising new language: grammar, vocabulary, function


Integrating new technologies into language learning – Using songs, games and videos


Preparing students for examinations


Dictogloss and dictation activities

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates.

1 lesson=45mins

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