Using Creativity in the Classroom
In-house teacher training

This course is also available online

1 week

Course Length

Flexible

Lesson Days

15

Lessons

English

Language

B1

Minimum Level

Overview

The “Using Creativity in the Classroom” course is designed for experienced English teachers who are working with primary, secondary schools and adult students. The course helps the teachers to be more creative in teaching English, helping the students to improve their English throughout language games, music, songs, art, drawing etc.

You will learn a specific skill set in order to boost more creativity in the classroom, you will be able after the course to prepare students for their learning beyond the classroom by engaging them through creative concepts which tend to let the students retain more from the lesson and boost their self-esteem and sense of achievement.

The course methodology takes into account new learning trends and theories, as well as (creatively) revisiting some well-established ones; this will bring you to learn how to generate and exploit creative grammar, skills and vocabulary activities by blending a wide range of learning materials with the life knowledge your learners bring to class.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

For teachers who want to will learn a specific skill set in order to boost more creativity in the classroom.

Course Sample programme

Week 1Course Content
Day OneExperiment with new trends in language teaching to promote creativity
Day TwoExplore creative uses of authentic materials, visuals, realia and ICT resources
Day ThreeExperience and design creative activities
Day FourEngaging and motivational class activities
Day FiveReview and Feedback

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates. 1 lesson=45mins

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