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Blended Learning and Language Development

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Course Overview

This course focuses on the fundamental aspects of blended learning and how it is utilised in the modern classroom. In conjunction with this focus, this course has a key element of language development in order to aid the course participants’ ability to deliver effective language lessons. In this course we will look at the role of the teacher in a blended classroom and some of the key tools which can be utilised in the blended context.

 

Course Aims

This course aims to prepare teachers in the effective integration of technology into their classroom. We will look at the teachers’ beliefs and preferences and suggest areas where technology could be used to enhance and build upon their experience and expertise. This course will give the participants the confidence to successfully integrate technology into most of their lessons. We will also aim to focus on key elements of the participants’ language skills and improve these.

 

Who is this course suitable for?

This course is suitable for teachers at any stage of their career, from novice to expert. We will give a suitable grounding in key areas of blended learning and progress at an appropriate speed for the participant. Even the most ardent technophobe will benefit!

 

What is in this course?

This course will focus on the utilisation of technology in the class, with a particular focus on the SAMR model. We will look at making tech choices which are appropriate to the learning needs of your students in their context. This course will seek to provide practical solutions and suggestions to support teachers at their own level.

 

Schedule

Dublin

Summer

One-week course dates

July 19th to July 23rd: 1 week course

 

August 2nd to Aug 6th: 1 week course

 

Week 1

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9.00 – 11.00

 

 

Introduction to Blended Learning

The Receptive Skills

The Productive Skills

Language Development Session

Teaching Practice

11.20 – 13.00

 

 

Adapting and Using Authentic Materials

Online Tools for Language Development

Teaching Grammar and Lexis with Technology

Lesson Planning

Feedback and Reflection

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14.00 – 16.00

 

 

Irish Culture

Free Afternoon / Social Programme

Support session in Tech use

Free Afternoon / Social Programme

Free Afternoon / Social Programme

 

More information:

Minimum Level:

B1

Lessons per week:

10

Lesson duration:

100-120 minutes

Class Size:

Maximum 14

Minimum age:

Adult


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