Teacher Trainings

Week 1

Day 1
Morning Classes: Trainer Observes, Teacher Teaches – Topic: any topic
Afternoon Training: Day 1: Phonics

Day 2
Morning Classes: Trainer Teaches, Teacher Observes – Topic: 1.5.1 Objects Listening

Afternoon Training: Day 2: Intro to Lesson Plans

Teacher Homework: Teach phonics on Monday-Wednesday and review lesson plans (1.1.2 Feelings Listening Lesson Plan and 1.1.2 Feelings Speaking Lesson 1) to be used in class the following Thursday and Friday provided by the trainer.

Week 2

Day 3
Morning Classes: Co-Teach Lesson Plans (Trainer leads) – Topic: 1.1.2 Feelings Listening
Afternoon Training: Day 3: Classroom Management

Day 4
Morning Classes: Co-Teach Lesson Plans (Trainer leads) – Topic: 1.1.2 Feelings Speaking 1
Afternoon Training: Day 4: Creating Lesson Plans

Teacher Homework: Teach one lesson plan created with the trainer on either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, use new classroom management techniques, and review lesson plans for Thursday and Friday.

Week 3

Day 5
Morning Classes: Co-Teach Lesson Plans (Trainer and Teacher split sections) – Topic: Teacher and Trainer choose together
Afternoon Training: Day 5: Listening, Speaking, Writing, & Reading Activities

Day 6
Morning Classes: Co-Teach Lesson Plans (Trainer and Teacher split sections) – Topic: Teacher and Trainer choose together
Afternoon Training: Day 6: Curriculum

Teacher HomeworkTeach one lesson plan created with the trainer on either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, use new classroom management techniques, and review lesson plans for Thursday and Friday.

Week 4

Day 7
Morning Classes: Co-Teach Lesson Plans (Teacher leads) – Topic: Teacher chooses with help from Trainer
Afternoon Training: Day 7: Creating Materials

Day 8
Morning Classes: Trainer Observes, Teacher Teaches- Topic: Teacher chooses with help from Trainer
Afternoon TrainingDay 8: Overview

Teacher Homework: Post in the Facebook and Line groups with their successes and new ideas inside of the classroom. Consistently teach English in their classrooms using lesson plans, materials, and a solid curriculum.


 

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