Do our Film and Video in Language Teaching Online Course in April

We are delighted to announce that you can join Kieran Donaghy on the online version of our most popular course Film and Video in Language Teaching this April.

 

You can join Kieran Donaghy on the online version of our most popular course Film and Video in Language Teaching this April.

Explore principles and possibilities for exploiting film and video in your classroom. Find out how we can use visual narratives to get out students listening, thinking, writing, speaking and collaborating.

 

 

Get exclusive video lectures, handouts, lesson plans and film guides.

A 5-week course with continual support at every stage and detailed feedback on the final project. An estimated 5-8 hours study per week.

Through Film and Video in Language Teaching:

  • You will gain a deeper understanding of the potential for film and video in the language classroom.
  • You will take away a wealth of knowledge about how create activities and lesson plans around film and video.
  • You will develop a greater awareness of how to use film and video to help your  students acquire vocabulary more efficiently, and become more effective listeners and viewers.
  • You will learn how to boost your students’ visual literacy and critical thinking.

In addition:

  • You will be awarded The School for Training certification upon completion of the course.
  • You will have access to the platform and all the materials on it for 12 months after the course ends.

 

Schedule

Sunday 3rd April 2022 

The opening webinar takes place  and course material is made available .

Sunday 10th April 2022 

The second webinar takes place.

Sunday 24th April 2022 

The third webinar takes place and final coursework is set.

Sunday 8th May 2022

Final coursework is handed in.

Wednesday 11th May 2022

Feedback is sent and certification awarded.

We recommend registering for the course early as it’s likely to be very popular.

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