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1.- Creative Methodology

El curso está dirigido a profesionales de la enseñanza que quieren mejorar su nivel de inglés además de adquirir nuevos métodos de enseñanza de una lengua.

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Horas x sem:  
Nº alumnos x aula Máximo 18
Nivel mínimo B 2 según el MCER


Contenido del curso según está aprobado por la UE

The central objectives of the Creative Methodology Course are:


  • to help trainees focus on professional practice and knowledge
  • to enhance trainees’ professional status, both within their teaching institutions and within the profession as a whole


Specific objectives include:


  • fostering an in-depth awareness of latest theory and practice in ELT, in terms of approaches to teaching, techniques and lesson models
  • promoting professional collegiality
  • encouraging experimentation and creativity in teaching methodology


The Creative Methodology Course syllabus includes approaches and methods (e.g. silent way, task-based learning, visualisation, multiple intelligences, lexical approach), classroom techniques (e.g. Harmer’s ESA teaching model, Scrivener’s ARC teaching model), classroom management (e.g. instructions, eye contact, interaction, use of L1, discipline) and correction techniques (e.g. error analysis, recent changes in spoken British English).


Your observation of multilingual classes will give you the opportunity to explore the roles of observer and ‘observee’, to chart lesson stages and to see classroom management and techniques in practice. All course participants receive a pre-course bibliography which they can refer to prior to the start of their course (although the reading of these texts is not a requirement to complete the course).


Participants who are already practising teachers are also invited to complete a brief selection of self-observation sheets to encourage them to analyse their own classroom performance in their own teaching situation, prior to the start of their course. These self-observation sheets are submitted to the Course Director at the start of the course, helping him or her to gain more insight into the teachers’ backgrounds and to better anticipate the teachers’ needs during the course.


On completion of your course, you will receive a certificate, with details of the course dates, the number of course hours, and details of topics covered. In addition you will receive a detailed and personalised report from the Course Director, with suggestions for further professional development