Continuing professional development for French teachers - June 2017 [fr]
Teaching grammar "differently"
Lifelong learning and training are key elements in the development of teaching practices and it’s essential for teachers to enhance their teaching methods and approaches.
The third 2017’s training session for secondary school teachers organised by the French Embassy with the Department of Education and skills, the French Teachers’ Association and the Alliance Française’ network, will take place in Waterford, Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway. from 12th to 16th June 2017.
This session will be animated by Mrs. Anouk Pouliquen, French education expert, and will deal with following theme :
Teaching grammar "differently".
Yes, grammar can be fun! The idea is to offer diverse teaching practices by varying documents, approaches, work modalities to develop interest and motivation by the students.
The aim of this workshop is to present a series of fun activities that will enable the learners to discover notions of French grammar in a different way: by playing, with creativity, theatre, poetry, writing, ...
Duration : 1 day
Admission Free for secondary school teachers of French.
Waterford - Monday, June 12th (9am-5pm) - in Waterford Teachers’ Centre
Dublin - Tuesday, June 13th (9am-5pm) - in Drumcondra Education Centre
Cork - Wednesday June, 14th (9am-5pm) - in Cork Education Support Centre
Limerick - Thursday, June 15th (9am-5pm) - in Limerick Education Centre
Galway - Friday, June 16th (9am-4pm) - in Galway Education Centre
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