*Recognizing the different methods of learning to read and write
*Classroom management: organizing and introducing routines in the English classroom
*High frequency words: What are them? How to introduce and work with them.
*Getting to know different strategies to introduce and work the sounds and how to introduce and work the alternative spellings
*Knowing and practising the different ways to work at word, sentence and text leve, oral and wirtten
*Introducing and working English Grammar
*Written comprehension: Strategies and materials
*Written expresion: Strategies and materials
*Knowing different tales L2 and learning to develop globalized didactic unites from the
*Globalize different subjects through the English language
*Clil: Theory and practice
23/04/2019 - 25/04/2019
Teaching in a bilingual context requires different resources and methodologies from the ones we are used to .The first thing the teacher and the students need is learning to read and write, but at the same time, they need to learn concepts too. This course aims, on the one hand, to help teachers develop literacy in their students, to provide them with strategies, resources and materials to guide the learning of communicating, both oral and written. On the other hand the course will deal with CLIL, the teaching of social and natural science and arts in a foreign language. We will learn how to globalize everything through real stories, how to work with authentic materials and how to learn by doing as much as possible
Methods to learn to write and read.
Synthetic Phonics for non native speakers: breaking the written code.
How to introduce and work "high frecuency words".
Materials and activities to work in literacy.
The game in the classroom.
Working at word level
Working at sentence level
Working at text level
Tales. How to work with them. How to relate them with the areas in the curriculum.
Clil: A practical approach.
Assessment: How and when.
Social and natural Science: topics, ideas, projects.