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IH 1-2-1 Course

 Course dates:

Schedule:

Course fee:

Status:

5 October - 14 December 2017

Thursdays,

10:00 - 12:00

32 500 roubles*

Course in progress

*If a candidate successfully finishes the course and passes all the assignments, they will be expected to pay extra 30 GBP for an IH final certificate

There is a limited number of places and applications are dealt with on a first come, first served basis.

Requirements:

- CELTA (or an equivalent TEFL qualification) or a pedagogical degree

- C1/C2 level of English

- At least 1 year's teaching experience

Selection procedure:

1. An application form

2. An interview with the course trainer

Please contact us at t-training@bkc.ru for the application form

About the course:

The International House Certificate in 121 Methodology is designed to give participants a solid grasp of the main issues and techniques involved in teaching 121 whatever their context (e.g. General English in school, General or Business English with executives in company, Home Tuition, YL, etc.).

Contents:

  • Eleven modules (2 hours each), which are a mixture of input, reflection on experience and discussion. The modules focus on the following areas:

1. Overview of the course and 1-2-1 Teaching 7. Written Reformulation
2. First Contact 8. Spoken Reformulation
3. Course Design 9. Learner Training
4. The Teacher and the Learner 10. Projects
5. Materials and Approaches 11. Young Learners
6. The Realities of 1-2-1    
  • Portfolio tasks that apply the module input to the participants’ 121 classes.

  • Pre-session reading and task for each module.

Assessment:

  • A Portfolio compiled over the duration of the course.

  • A final assignment to be completed within two weeks of the end of the course.

Each module of the course has a written assignment, which, when gathered together lead to the course participants’ portfolios. The portfolio tasks, though taking the form of written reports, are focused on experiential and action research task-types.

 

Post-course, course participants have to complete an assignment which demonstrates their learning on the course.