The Spanish language is becoming increasing important on today's international scene. It is now the second most widely studied language..
However, teaching Spanish, either in Spain or abroad, requires special training, which is the purpose of this course: overall training to teach Spanish as a second language (L2).
University graduates or students now completing their degree studies in Modern Languages, Philology, the Humanities, Pedagogy..
Teachers now employed or interested in working as Spanish teachers.
Reflect on what being a Spanish teacher means and what language teaching consists of.
Acquire the tools, techniques and abilities to teach different skills. Manage group dynamics and interaction in the classroom.
Become familiar with the reference material and studies on teaching Spanish.
Become familiar with pedagogic grammar and learn to apply it in the classroom.
Learn the fundamentals for assessment of language competences and apply evaluation instruments. Reflect on how to manage errors in Spanish/foreign language classes.
Obtain real teaching experience in the classroom with assistance from a tutor, participate in observations and classes.
Level A (Less than 300 hours work experience. Less than 30 hours specialist training).
- Language teaching and learning approaches.
- Planning and evaluating teaching and learning.
- Classroom resources and dynamics.