Upcoming Modules

Upcoming UDP Modules - 2018 DATES

 

English for the Classroom has been specially designed for in-service English language teachers who wish to use their current language and classroom management skills more effectively. All exercises and activities are contextualized within the classroom, which allows participants to analyze language teaching strategies while reflecting about their own use of English

 

February 11 to March 24

 

Children as Language Learners offers preschool and primary school teachers a sound theoretical basis to support their teaching. By working with this module's resources and activities, participants will build a conceptual framework of how children learn a foreign language and how teachers can encourage and maximise their students' learning.

February 18 to March 31

L2 Literacy offers preschool and primary school English teachers a set of basic principles to handle foreign language literacy. By working with this module's resources and activities, participants will review some approaches to teaching literacy and develop models to strengthen reading and writing in the English classroom.

May 6 to June 16

CLIL, Bilingualism and Multilingualism: An Introduction offers preschool, primary and secondary school teachers a theoretical basis and practical insight into the basic principles of the CLIL approach (Content and Language Integrated Learning)By the end of the module, participants will understand the central features of the approach and be familiar with different models to implement it in the classroom.

May 13 to June 23

 

CLIL: How to Teach Science offers primary and secondary school teachers a set of key concepts to support effective teaching of science in CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) contexts. By working with this module's resources and activities, participants will review methodological principles and practical issues which will enable them to develop sound content-based lessons to teach science to children.

May 13 to June 23

 

Teaching Preschool and Primary  is designed to help teachers explore common themes in teaching young children and provide the tools and techniques they need for successful classes.  The module works through common issues in the young learner classroom and proposes a number of both theoretical and practical approaches to teaching, culminating in the creation of a lesson plan for the participants’ chosen age group.

May 6 to June 16

CLIL: How to Teach Arts & Crafts offers primary and secondary school teachers a set of key concepts to support effective teaching of arts and crafts in CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) contexts. By working with this module’s resources and activities, participants will review methodological principles and practical issues which will enable them to develop sound content-based lessons to teach art to children, and to do so in English.

May 13 to June 23

Teaching Teenagers offers teachers a set of key concepts for the teaching of teenage students and provides them with the practical techniques necessary for successful classes.  The resources and activities in this module help participants understand what makes the teenage student different from students at other ages and the best way to help them progress with their learning.

May 6 to June 16

Assessment: Preschool and Primary Children considers a range of assessment types and helps teachers to select and implement the best assessment tools for their preschool and primary school classes. Participants will look at the reasons and the uses of assessment, and learn how to use assessment not only to measure progress, but as a learning tool for students to understand their own development.

February 25 to April 7

Assessment: Teenagers considers a range of assessment types and helps teachers to select and implement the best assessment tools to help the development of their teenage students. Participants will look at the reasons and the uses of assessment, and learn how assessment can not only be used to measure progress, but also to motivate students and help them to develop their own learning goals.

February 11 to March 24



 

 

If you would like to enrol in any of these modules, please send an e-mail to udp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com with a copy to your local UDP contact:

 

Argentina ARGENTINA: udp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com

Brazil BRAZIL: gisele.guerra@grupo-sm.com

Chile CHILE: ximena.becerra@ediciones-sm.cl

Colombia COLOMBIA: carolina.carrillo@grupo-sm.com

Dominican Republic DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: esantana@univdaytonpublishing.com

Ecuador ECUADOR: carolina.carrillo@grupo-sm.com

Mexico MEXICO: udp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com

peru PERUmarita.duarte@udp.com.pe

puerto rico PUERTO RICOudp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com

spain SPAINudp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com

Globe REST OF THE WORLDudp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com

 

 

 

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