This language course has been mainly designed for primary school teachers already teaching, or intending to teach, Spanish within Key Stage 2 as outlined in the Framework of Languages. It will focus on the key areas of the curriculum in primary education.
The course will give participants an opportunity to:
This course is designed for non-native teachers of Spanish at Key Stage 2. Participants should have a lower-intermediate (A2 / GCSE) or intermediate level (B1 / A LEVEL) in Spanish.
Our teachers are highly skilled and trained as Spanish Instructors, with a wide experience in teaching a wide range of British educational institutions.
Online sessions: 30 minute evening sessions once a week at an agreed time. 12 sessions = 6 hours
Face to face sessions: 3 hour Saturday morning once a month. Total 12 hours
Practical workshop: Last Saturday of the course with 2 experienced Spanish Primary School Teachers who will supervised and share their expertise in designing teaching materials.
Contact with tutor: 15 hours
Independent learning: Expected learning hours per week 4-5 hours. Total 48 hours
Final practical workshop: 4 hours
Total: 70 hours
From 13th April to 29th June
Saturday 13th April, 4th May, 18th May, 15th June , 29th June.
Places are limited (maximum number of participants is 16), therefore early application is advised. To register please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 0161 6614201, quoting reference Spanish Course for Primary School Teachers.
The Instituto Cervantes reserves the right to cancel a course, in which case a full refund will be made.
The course will focus on Oracy, Literacy and Intercultural Understanding.
Participants will gain new teaching ideas to teach children to:
Participants will be provided with strategies and materials to help children:
The main objective is to present information about some aspects of the Spanish culture and compare attitudes of different cultures so that children can develop an understanding and respect for cultural diversity.