Thinking SkillsAugust 1, 2017
Teaching Maths in EnglishAugust 1, 2017
New Strategies and Innovative Approaches in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)
1-To raise awareness of the roles of English teachers .
2-To recognize the learners' characteristics and needs.
3-To manage and control the classroom in English lessons.
4-To be able to set and lay out some classroom instructions.
5-To be aware of how to plan an English lesson.
6-To manage some techniques in presenting new language.
7-To be aware of some approaches in teaching English.
8-To recognize and practice some presentation techniques and assessment types.
9-To learn new ways in correcting learners and giving feedback.
10- To manage the questioning strategies and eliciting.
11-To learn how to choose proper assessment tasks for classroom activities in English lessons.
12-To learn how to select suitable supplementary English materials.
13-To practice some micro teaching sessions in English.
It is an eight-day course for in-service teachers of primary, prep or secondary stages either they are novice to qualify them with some modern techniques in English Language Teaching or they are experienced to refresh their knowledge about some topics in teaching English as a foreign language.
This course is basically about providing new pedagogy and approaches to teaching the English Language which would cover the following points: teacher's roles, learner's styles and needs, classroom management, giving instructions inside the class, how to start and finish a lesson, how to plan a lesson in a way to give teacher confidence, presenting new language, teaching pronunciation, asking questions and eliciting, correcting learners and giving feedback , approaches of language teaching, presentation techniques, assessment types and tasks, choosing assessment activities and finally how to select supplementary materials .
Certificate at the end of the day
All delegate will be issued a certificate of attendance from :
The Arabic British Academy for Training and Human Resources Development (ABAHRD) and
The Egyptian British Education Association UK (EBEA)