Training courses for the international classroom

 

Teaching in the International Classroom 1 (in English)

This course explores language and pedagogy for teaching in English in the international classroom. Through an experiential approach, the course provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges of teaching in English in France. It deals with issues such as:

  • language and communication in lingua franca contexts, pronunciation and intonation, classroom language repertoires,
  • pedagogy for teaching and learning in a second language: active learning, interactive lecturing, flipped pedagogy, small group work, cooperative learning etc.

Target audience: teachers and lecturers who already teach or would like to teach in English in an international programme

Session(s)

10, 11, 12 June 2020 // 17, 18, 19 June 2020

Place : Département Langues et Culture, Victoire campus

Time : 9:00 – 16:00

16 places per course

 

Teaching in the International Classroom 2 (in English)

This course  follows on from Teaching in the International Classroom 1, exploring issues such as:

  • language and communication in lingua Franca contexts, pronunciation and intonation, classroom language repertoires,
  • internationalising the curriculum,
  • group dynamics and developing intercultural competence and global citizenship for the 21st century,
  • teaching practice in internationalised and multicultural programmes

Target audience: teachers and lecturers who have completed Teaching in the International Classroom 1

Session(s)

3, 4, 5 June 2020

Place :  Département Langues et Cultures, Victoire campus

Time : 9:00 – 13:00

16 places per course

Internationalisation for All (in French)

This course  aims to develop the  transversal skills needed for offering inclusive internationalised programmes for all students at our university, irrespective the language of instruction. It explores issues such as:

  • teaching and learning in multicultural and multilingual groups,
  • language and communication in lingua franca contexts, English as an international language, French for academic purposes,
  • internationalising the curriculum,
  • group dynamics and developing intercultural competence and global citizenship for the 21st century.

Target audience: programme leaders, educational developers, teachers and lecturers, international project managers and anyone involved in the  internationalisation of higher education

Session(s)

13, 14 January 2020

Place:  Département Langues et Cultures, Victoire campus, University of Bordeaux

Time : 9:00 – 16:00

Sign up : https://fad.u-bordeaux.fr/course/view.php?id=3671

Défi international training sessions are run at the Département Langues et Cultures, Victoire campus, University of Bordeaux

Tel : 05 57 57 18 85

laura.hoskins@u-bordeaux.fr



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