This course is an introduction to teaching English for Law. It is intended for experienced teachers of English who wish to develop initial knowledge and skills to teach English to law professionals or students.
The course aims to develop participants' confidence and competence in using English for teaching purposes, to raise awareness of teaching activities and materials appropriate for the teaching of English to young learners and to improve participants' own language proficiency.
This course is for English teachers of secondary and adult students. The course aims to refresh participants’ knowledge of language teaching methodology, as well as developing their confidence and proficiency in using English for teaching and other purposes.
This course introduces a range of practical pronunciation techniques and activities designed to enable English language teachers to work on their own pronunciation whilst also acquiring a sound theoretical foundation of English pronunciation.
The course is for classroom teachers of English who are interested in teaching grammar in ways which reflect how English is actually used in context. Participants will also have opportunities to enrich their own knowledge of areas of English grammar.
Not currently available as an open course - please see tailored courses.
This is a course for language teachers who are currently engaged in teacher training activities or those who will begin to work in this field. It is not a language course. The course is open to both practising teachers and trainers, and both native and non-native speakers of English.