In this course, we will explore key information that educators need to know about teaching and learning using The New English Syllabus for Secondary School aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). We will look at how The New English Syllabus relates to the CEFR Can Do Statements and proficiency levels. Furthermore, we will examine in detail the components and functions of The New English Syllabus sections.
We will also go over tips for strengthening the four macro-skills and how to integrate them successfully in our lessons. On the other hand, we will review some helpful strategies for teaching English in the multilevel classroom.
Additionally, we will look at some recommendations for teaching and effectively learning grammar and vocabulary. Finally, we will focus on creating SMART objectives and lesson planning our classes by implementing the New English Syllabus, integrating the four macro-skills, and if needed, including activities from the After School Program Guide.
5 hours per week
Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning