Metodología y Perfeccionamiento de Lenguas Extranjeras

 
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IDIOMA Inglés
DESCRIPCIÓN Curso presencial de competencias lingüísticas, formación metodológica y evaluación.
El curso tendrá aproximadamente un 30% de CLIL teacher training y un 70% de language training.
DESTINATARIOS Personal docente de Educación Infantil y Educación Primaria que preste servicios en centros públicos de la Comunidad de Madrid y que estén en posesión de la habilitación lingüística para impartir docencia en puestos bilingües o justifique una competencia lingüística en inglés de nivel C1.
PRIORIDADES 1 No haber realizado el curso de formación metodológica en las tres últimas convocatorias.
2 Estar en posesión de la correspondiente habilitación lingüística.
3 Acreditar un nivel C1 de inglés.
DOCUMENTACIÓN - Certificado del puesto de trabajo.
- El certificado que acredite su nivel C1 de inglés, según el caso.
DURACIÓN De lunes a viernes de 9:00 horas a 16:00 horas, clases presenciales en la Universidad (con un descanso Coffee break y Lunch break).
De 16:00 horas a 18:00 horas: Self Study
FECHAS Del lunes 3 al viernes 21 de julio de 2017.
Salida vuelos:sábado 1 de julio (Madrid-Londres)
Regreso: sábado 22 de julio (Londres- Madrid)
LUGAR Universidad de Sussex, Falmer
(Brighton), Reino Unido.
Accommodation
-Campus accommodation (ensuite rooms).
-Less than 0.5 km from the Library and Language Learning Centre.
-Next to Falmer station (9 minutes to Brighton).
-Self-catering.
-Shared kitchen and sitting areas.
-Launderette.
-Bedlinen and towels are provided.
PLAZAS 40 plazas
CRÉDITOS 4 créditos ECTS
Nº HORAS 75 horas presenciales+ 25 horas complementarias
CONTENIDOS This course aims primarily to further develop language skills with particular attention to those required for effective classroom practice. In addition tutors will explore the principles of materials design for pedagogic purposes and develop the skills required for the successful creation of such materials.
Topics to include:
-Classroom Management
-VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), internet resources and using the IWB (Interactive whiteboard)
-Games and activities
-Developing materials
-Encouraging reading, speaking, listening, writing
-Classroom language and vocabulary
-British history and culture
-CLIL assessment
After an initial written test, the teachers will be divided into groups depending on their level of English.
Social activities
- Participation in social events is optional. Every Wednesday and Saturday there are events which are free of charge, unless there is entrance ticket or travel to pay. Examples include karaoke, trip to Brighton and the historical Brighton Pavillion, barbecue on the beach, Swing dancing, cricket match, walk in Stanmer Park which features an eighteenth century country house and mile of parkland.
- Optional trips to places of interest across UK eg Bath, York can be booked for an additional fee at the Language Learning Centre
- SCLS weekly coffee morning with free tea and coffee. This is an opportunity to meet students from many different countries studying English at the University of Sussex. Students are encouraged to meet new people and to talk in English.
OBJETIVOS To further develop English language skills with particular attention to those required for effective classroom practice; to explore the principles of materials design for pedagogic purposes and develop the skills required for the successful creation of such materials.
METODOLOGÍA Overview of lesson planning;Interactive storytelling; Project based learning; Using drama; Arts and Crafts; Reviewing vocabulary; Poems, rhymes and chants; Using ICT; Learning through games; Cooperative learning; Using Graded Readers; Getting children speaking; Using Authentic Materials; Assessing activities; Pronunciation strand.
The methodology strand of this three-week course will focus on the principles and practice of delivering assessments in CLIL programmes in primary schools. Teachers will be invited to consider the importance of assessment in such programmes and explore the issues that inform the decisions of curriculum managers.
CRITERIOS EVALUACIÓN Teachers will be asked to evaluate their own teaching, assessing where their teaching is currently highly effective and where they feel improvement is desirable. Participants will be asked to produce and present a lesson plan/digital final project which demonstrates effective teaching and learning. They will be evaluated on their ability to produce and present a clear, dynamic, age-appropriate lesson, incorporating ideas they have been introduced to on the course, and meeting the learning and teaching outcomes for the lesson.Creation of digital CLIL Resources and materials.