Institute of English Teaching to Children:
From Crib to Classroom: Certificate Course in Teaching Very Young Learners
Date: Sunday, December 23rd, 2012 Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Speaker: Marco Brazil (iETC) Executive Training Director
The years between two and four are special because so much happens in the child's use of speech and language. Of special importance at this time is the way in which parents, teachers, and other adults play with, work with, and care for them. The purpose of this course is to provide specific, concrete, realistic, do-able fun learning experiences for teachers to very young learners to present to a child in a positive and loving fashion. Discover how you can teach very young learners the fun and easy way with mothers or fathers in your class. In this course you'll learn how to make your "oyako" class serious fun so that both mother and child are having a great time learning English. Most teachers who begin teaching English as a foreign language in nursery and kindergarten think how easy it is going to be to teach this age group. Soon they discover that the task is not easy at all. Early language learners have to be interested, constantly animated and involved in a variety of fun EFL activities and experiences for very young kids. In this course Marco will teach you how to plan for your lesson and how to execute them so that children want to come and deliver results so that mothers keep paying.
Organization: Institute of English Teaching to Children
Cost: 8,000 yen
Venue: Niigata University Satellite Campus, 2F Plaka 1
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