This course aims to provide the participants with practical information on how to motivate students and actively engage them in both Mathematics and English. Participants will learn a variety of ways to implement language activities in a secondary Mathematics lesson.
Over and above, Maths teachers attending this training will discover the language challenges a secondary student might face during a Mathematics lesson. The sessions also focus on the challenges that secondary mathematics teachers face and allow the participants to apply the activities themselves to experience what students go through.
Requirements for a Certificate:
Minimum attendance requirement is 75% of course events.
Assessed portfolio work for practical tasks like group and individual planning, observation, demonstration, micro-teaching, discussion and feedback sessions.
1000-word end of course Reflective Essay.
450.01 – What is CLIL instruction – Working with data
450.02 – Teaching Maths
450.03 – Language in CLIL
450.04 – Classroom management
450.05 – Teacher language 1 – Elicitation
450.06 – Vocabulary in CLIL
450.07 – Teacher language 2 – Questions
450.08 – Lesson planning 1 – Video practice
450.09 – Giving clear instructions
450.10 – Lesson planning 2 – Text
450.11 – Student autonomy and St-St interaction
450.12 – Demo lessons