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Catching and maintaining student interest in a more traditional English programme can be at best a challenge. This presentation provides an outline and a model for planning which leverages student interest in and enthusiasm for football into a desire to learn and to speak English. The presentation is suitable for planning both curricular and extra-curricular programmes.
What : An introduction to using the English of Football as a means of energising students and as a programme-planning model. Participants will gain both a programme outline and a model for future planning.
Length : eight hours – one-day intensive or two half-days semi-intensive or four two-hour sessions
Eligible for SENCE : yes
Eligible for Ley SEP : yes
Format : interactive seminar
Recommended previous programmes : none
Recommended English level : CEFR-B2 or higher*
Session I – Theoretical justification, planning model and target language
Session II – Using pre-match written texts
Starters III – Using match visual and oral texts
Starters IV – Using post-match written texts
Related programmes :
- Blah, Blah, Blah : A Vocabulary-driven apporach to lesson planning
- Running an English Club – a Workshop for Club Leaders
- Does your school have an English Club?
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* Unsure as to your level of English, or lacking a formal qualification? We can help!
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We can often run a closed programme with as few as 4 participants (slightly more outside Santiago). If you can get four friends or colleagues together, ask us about a closed programme on your date(s), at your time(s) and in your location(s).