Here is just a selection of our most popular
English teacher training courses.
English Grammar/Punctuation Made Simple – Effective Teaching Ideas
Grammar plays a central role in the structure of language, but few people are aware of, or can cope with, the range of formal patterns and the relationships of meaning that these patterns communicate. This course is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their English grammar and, perhaps more importantly, how to teach it to students. Find out more about this English course for teachers.
Supporting Children Struggling to Write
This course is suitable for teachers, SENCOs and teaching assistants at Key Stages 2 and 3. Many students, whether with special needs or not, find it difficult to write, to organise their writing and to decide on content. The support of adults, whether teachers or teaching assistants, can make all the difference. Find out more about this English course for teachers.
Teaching Outstanding Shakespeare Lessons
This course is suitable for all KS3/4 teachers of English and Drama and is designed to help teachers fulfil the year by year learning objectives in the latest DCSF guidance. Although the idea of troupes of actors performing or a school trip to the Globe is appealing and effective, it often comes down to the class teacher to do the hard graft and to inspire the students! This course will explore tried and trusted practical teaching strategies to make the plays relevant as well as covering exam requirements. Find out more about this English course for teachers.
Improving the Grade in English AS/A2 Written Papers
This course is suitable for any A Level literature specification. It will explore how to encourage students to improve in all the 'AOs' and will provide effective tips not only on what to include in essays, but also teaching ideas in order to get the best out of students. Find out more about this English course for teachers.