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Handbook for teachers. TKT: CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) .. in TKT: CLIL: • CLIL coursebooks, activity books or supplementary materials. This course is designed for teachers and trainee teachers preparing for the Cambridge ESOL Teaching Knowledge Test TKT: Content and Language Integrated. The TKT Course CLIL Module By Kay Bentley. Arlette Villegas. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently unavailable. You can download the paper by.

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I recommand this book to teachers who want to succeed in their field being English. It includes very usefule information that can help you in every aspect you can. The TKT Course CLIL Module | This is 'the' teacher training course for teachers and trainee teachers preparing for the Cambridge ESOL Teaching Knowledge. This course is designed for teachers and trainee teachers preparing for the Cambridge ESOL TKT: Content and Language Integrated Learning.

The course is conducted in English which provides you with the opportunity to improve your speaking, listening and reading skills as a participant, with some writing, and will also present a model to follow for your classroom language competence with your own students. The course covers the following topics: Lesson planning Scaffolding content and language learning Adapting materials and resources Classroom language and support strategies Assessment Course objectives The course will give you confidence to teach other subjects in a foreign language. The course is of a very practical nature, showing ways in which materials can be developed for use in the CLIL classroom. Participants are encouraged to reflect on their own teaching and to try out CLIL techniques for themselves in the contexts they currently work in. The materials used in the courses have been developed by British Council teacher trainers and used in many countries around the world. Entry requirements The course is open to teachers of any subject. Lessons are in English and a minimum level of B2 English is required.

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What is my language objective?

How can I make sure every student is involved? I personally like doing a language exercise every now and then, like the Alphabet activity. Other ways to make sure you integrate language is by asking students to write something down and discuss this in pairs later on. No matter the subject, you just used language.

If you follow-up with the assignment that someone will be randomly selected to present the answer, everyone will participate otherwise they might end up not being able to answer questions. Inspiration It sounds so simple, yet I know that it can sometimes be hard to come up with activities on your own.

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I used to read through some books that discuss activities simply to find ideas. You can integrate the language aspect yourself.

In a similar way, extracts from published course book materials including resource books and lesson plans will then be studied in order to identify and discuss the underlying key language learning assumptions. You will also look at how other teachers have adapted or interpreted these materials and discuss what implications this has for classroom practice in terms of methodological analysis, language acquisition theories, resources, and learner and teacher roles.

For more detailed information about the examination please refer to the Cambridge English website.

Delta Module 2 — 9 months duration starting March each year : You will need to complete 5 practical assignments. These are: The Professional Development Assignment PDA This consists of: An observed, unassessed diagnostic lesson to start you thinking about areas to work on in your teaching A reflective essay, written in stages through the course; in it you consider areas to work on in your teaching, suggest strategies for improving in these areas, and reflect on your development during the course to words An experimental practice assignment, in which you investigate an area of classroom practice that is new to you, teach a lesson unobserved to try out this practice, and reflect on what you learn from it.

The fourth is assessed externally by a visiting assessor.

Each LSA is made up of three parts: A background essay, which looks into the theoretical aspects of the area you choose to focus on, and discusses how these relate to the classroom to words A taught lesson, which is supported by a detailed plan including a short commentary A post-lesson evaluation PLE which reflects on the strengths and weaknesses of the lesson Delta Module 3 12 weeks starting September or March : Module Three aims to develop knowledge of and competence in: a chosen specialism curriculum and syllabus design principles different types of syllabus.

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