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Accommodation Homestay / Residence
Price Range £796.00 per week
Price Includes Course Fees, Accommodation and Social Programme
Beginners Not for beginners
Class Size 16 maximum
Course Length 2 weeks
Town / City & Region Norwich , Eastern England
Tuition Style Group
Tuition Hours Per Week 25.0
Ages 18 - 65
Course Type Teachers
All of our teacher development courses are eligible for ERASMUS+ funding
In the language classroom we can be faced with teaching a variety of ages, cultures and learning backgrounds. As well as these more obvious differences, learners also come with their unique ways of learning. Therefore, all learners, including those with specific learning differences may benefit from a variety of teaching strategies. Tapping into this and teaching learners in the way that they learn best is often a daunting task. This course takes a practical approach, looking at ways of engaging learners using multi-sensory learning techniques, which aim to engage learners on a multitude of levels.
The course looks at specific learning differences that we may encounter in our classrooms, and also refers to the hotly-debated issue of ‘learning styles’. The sessions are underpinned by theoretical considerations, though the principal aim is to support teachers in the inclusive classroom to help learners engage and learn. We will look at a range of practical ideas which can be implemented immediately in lessons.
Who is the course suitable for?
This course is aimed at teachers of English and would also be useful for teachers using English in class (as in a CLIL context). The course would be suitable for primary to secondary teachers as well as teachers of adults, as course content is designed to reflect the needs of the participants.
What will the course include?
As a course participant, you will receive a pre-course questionnaire, which should be returned prior to the course. This is to ensure that the areas of most relevance to you are integrated into the course content. Throughout the course you will be invited to reflect on your own professional practices.
In addition to developing your language skills, the course will include content drawn from some or all of the following areas, depending on your contextual and personal needs and priorities:
All NILE courses involve a significant element of English language improvement and/or development of language awareness.
How long is the course?
The 50-hour course provision includes intensive tuition and guided self-study.
Classes are held from Monday to Friday and take place as detailed in the course-specific timetable but within the hours 0915 – 1715.
What approach is used?
Facilities and resources
NILE course participants have free access to an extensive ELT library and a modern suite of computers with a broadband Internet link. The NILE course venues have a wireless (Wi-Fi) environment. Each course has a Moodle online learning environment where course materials and views of course participants can be shared digitally. This is kept active for at least six months beyond the course so you can keep in touch with fellow course participants.