Who is it for?
This course is intended for a range of participants. It is suitable for less experienced teachers because sessions initially involve analysis of core grammatical areas commonly found in coursebooks.
It is also suitable for more experienced teachers as it goes on to explore these language areas in greater depth. Participants need to have completed the CELTA or an equivalent certificate and should ideally have at least a basic grasp of grammar commonly found in coursebooks and a high level of proficiency in English.
Where does it come from?
The course is provided by the International House World Organisation and written by Alex Tilbury. On completion of the course and assignments, successful participants will receive a certificate from the IH World Organisation.
What does the course cover?
The course contains 14 sessions each of 1½ hours (90 minutes). The content of each session is shown below.
|Session 1||Describing language|
|Session 3||Auxiliaries and operators|
|Session 4||Modal verbs I (extrinsic meaning)|
|Session 5||Modal verbs II (intrinsic meaning)|
|Session 6||Will and would|
|Session 7||Future forms|
|Session 8||Forms with have (perfect aspect)|
|Session 9||Forms with be I (progressive aspect)|
|Session 10||Forms with be II (passive voice)|
|Session 11||The verb form|
|Session 12||Conditional sentences|
|Session 13||The noun phrase|
|Session 14||Language as lexis|
Where will the course take place?
At AKCENT IH Prague, Bítovská 3 or 5, Prague 4, near to the Budějovická metro station. – Map
For more information please contact:
telefon: +420 261 109 249