£650 for 2 weeks (excluding Registration £50, Digipack £30 & accommodation
Each course is bespoke as each group has their own needs and interests, such as teaching YLs in the primary sector, teaching teenagers in secondary school and/or CLIL.
All courses have a strong focus on practical classroom ideas which teachers can take back to their schools. All participants receive a practical digipack full of ideas and resources from the course which will effortlessly transition into their home teaching environment.
The two week (25 hours per week) FTE course is designed for teachers whose first language is not English and who wish to refresh their English language skills, while at the same time explore new methodologies and different approaches to teaching a language.
The course will help you to:
Offering a unique blend of the traditional and modern, Aberdeen is the perfect location to enrich not only your teaching but your social and cultural life.
With its magnificent granite architecture, Aberdeen is the jewel of north-east Scotland. This is a city steeped in cultural history, which can be traced back over 8,000 years: it boasts one of the oldest universities in Europe as well as stunning landscapes of sandy coastline, breath taking countryside and ancient castles. The city also has the contemporary feel of a cosmopolitan European city in its large scale art murals as well as its numerous food, drink, light, music, dance and film festivals.
The Foreign Teachers of English allows you to not only explore the local environment during your stay but brings your classroom learning to life.
Aberdeen is in North-East Scotland a few hours from Edinburgh & Glasgow and the gateway to the Highlands.
There are excellent links via multiple airlines to Aberdeen Airport 20mins from Aberdeen or via Edinburgh or Glasgow international airports.
Want to know more about tartan and kilts, the Highland Games, Rabbie Burns or how whisky is made? Ever wondered whether Mel Gibson’s ‘Braveheart’ told the truth about William Wallace or what the Loch Ness Monster might be? Both in and outside the classroom – through trips to the various cultural landmarks of Scotland including a visit to Aberdeen's two old towns, walking tours of the city, museums, and a night of traditional music – the course will also explore aspects of Scottish culture that you may be curious about. Discovering the answers will make this an unforgettable holiday and a new appreciation of all things Scottish!
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