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Post by Admin on Mon Oct 27, 2008 2:31 pm

Summer school for teachers focuses on wider English use

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Summer school for teachers focuses on wider English use
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Source ::: The Peninsula


Simon Winetroube, Director, The British Council, speaking at the ‘Regional Hornby-British Council Summer School for Teachers at the Qatar Red Crescent yesterday. Anne Wiseman, Regional English Manager, is also seen. (salim matramkot)

DOHA • Teachers from the Ministry of Education and Supreme Education Council in Qatar alongside teachers from Gulf countries started attending yesterday British Council's Regional Summer School in Qatar.

The course which ends on July 10 is being held in partnership with the AS Hornby Educational Trust.

The summer school is aimed at secondary and intermediate school teachers from the Gulf Region with emphasis on English language teachers from developing countries and countries in transition.

The training focuses on developing teachers' confidence and skills in using more English in their lessons, and giving them opportunities to reflect and develop their English language teaching methodology. It also provides a core resource of materials that regions and countries can draw on for the delivery of programmes developing the classroom language skills of English language teachers.

Accordingly, the aims of the summer school are twofold, namely to provide a forum for teacher trainers to meet and develop a regional network and to provide professional development for these teacher trainers. This will then be cascaded to colleagues in their countries on their return. An evening social programme has also been designed to provide opportunity for participants to communicate in a more suitable environment to share and learn about each other and the various countries represented. The social programme will include themed evenings, UK movie nights, visits to Souq Waqif and other heritage sites.
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Summer school for teachers focuses on wider English use
Web posted at: 6/30/2008 1:34:10
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Simon Winetroube, Director, The British Council, speaking at the ‘Regional Hornby-British Council Summer School for Teachers at the Qatar Red Crescent yesterday. Anne Wiseman, Regional English Manager, is also seen. (salim matramkot)

DOHA • Teachers from the Ministry of Education and Supreme Education Council in Qatar alongside teachers from Gulf countries started attending yesterday British Council's Regional Summer School in Qatar.

The course which ends on July 10 is being held in partnership with the AS Hornby Educational Trust.

The summer school is aimed at secondary and intermediate school teachers from the Gulf Region with emphasis on English language teachers from developing countries and countries in transition.

The training focuses on developing teachers' confidence and skills in using more English in their lessons, and giving them opportunities to reflect and develop their English language teaching methodology. It also provides a core resource of materials that regions and countries can draw on for the delivery of programmes developing the classroom language skills of English language teachers.

Accordingly, the aims of the summer school are twofold, namely to provide a forum for teacher trainers to meet and develop a regional network and to provide professional development for these teacher trainers. This will then be cascaded to colleagues in their countries on their return. An evening social programme has also been designed to provide opportunity for participants to communicate in a more suitable environment to share and learn about each other and the various countries represented. The social programme will include themed evenings, UK movie nights, visits to Souq Waqif and other heritage sites.
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