Course Objective

The COVID-19 pandemic is posing a challenge for educators worldwide. It is becoming harder to travel and opportunities to attend training courses are scarce. The Centre for Applied Linguistics is adapting to these new constraints and offers you a chance to participate in a distance training course (our on-site courses will take place if authorised by the French health and administrative authorities).

Course Description

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Program and Content


Innovative ways of teaching phonetics


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Boost your students’ speaking skills through the use of radio recordings


FOS (French for Specific Purposes) methodology


Teaching FOU (French for academic purposes)


Using authentic material to design a teaching module


Designing and teaching an online course

Innovative ways of teaching phonetics


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


French culture and society today


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


FOS (French for Specific Purposes) methodology


French and francophone songs

Innovative ways of teaching grammar


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Teaching a non-linguistic subject (DNL)


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


Designing and teaching an online course


Teaching FLE to children


Boost your students’ speaking skills through the use of radio recordings


Using authentic material to design a teaching module

Innovative ways of teaching grammar


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Teaching a non-linguistic subject (DNL)


FOS (French for Specific Purposes) methodology


Teaching FLE to children


Boost your students’ speaking skills through the use of radio recordings


Using authentic material to design a teaching module


French and francophone songs


Collaborating with a media centre

Innovative ways of teaching phonetics


Teaching FLE to children


Teaching a non-linguistic subject (DNL)


Boost your writing courses


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Boost your teaching with mobile devices


Designing and teaching an online course


Teaching FOU (French for academic purposes)


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


French culture and society today

Innovative ways of teaching grammar


Designing a course module: from your choice of methodology to structuring content


Teaching a non-linguistic subject (DNL)


Differentiation in the FLE classroom


Incorporating cross-cultural content in the FLE classroom


Motivating teenagers through active teaching


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


FOS (French for Specific Purposes) methodology


How to flip your classroom through the use of digital resources


Leaning a language, from exposure to understanding

Innovative ways of teaching phonetics


Boost your writing courses


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


French culture and society today


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Designing and teaching an online course


Public speaking


French and francophone songs


Boost your students’ speaking skills through the use of radio recordings

Innovative ways of teaching phonetics


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


Differentiation in the FLE classroom


Incorporating cross-cultural content in the FLE classroom


Teaching FLE to children


How to flip your classroom through the use of digital resources


Using authentic material to design a teaching module


FOS (French for Specific Purposes) methodology


Public speaking


French and francophone songs

Motivating teenagers through active teaching


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


French culture and society today


Using authentic material to design a teaching module


Designing and teaching an online course


Innovative ways of teaching grammar


Keeping students active by using games and creative activities


Collaborating with a media centre

Motivating teenagers through active teaching


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Incorporating cross-cultural content in the FLE classroom


Using authentic material to design a teaching module


Boost your teaching with mobile devices


Improving your speaking skills


Innovative ways of teaching grammar

Motivating teenagers through active teaching


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


French culture and society today


French and francophone songs


Designing and teaching an online course


Innovative ways of teaching grammar

Motivating teenagers through active teaching


Teaching literature in the FLE classroom


Evaluating students’ progress in the FLE classroom


Incorporating cross-cultural content in the FLE classroom


French and francophone songs


Boost your teaching with mobile devices


Innovative ways of teaching grammar

How Are Our Courses Organized?

Each module will allow you to attend five 1.5-hour sessions online.You will be part of a group of a dozen teachers working together in a virtual classroom. A certificate of attendance will be sent to you at the end of each module.

You can sign up for several modules and make progress at your own pace thanks to our courses which run over a three-month period.

Why Choose Us?

Enrolling in our online courses gives you free access to our online Media Centre and cultural events (quizzes, games and other live learning activities online).

Information

5 x 1.5 hours per module

Each session lasts a week and runs from Monday to Friday

Going Further

If you work for an organization which wishes to train several people, we can put together specific courses for groups of 10 or more teachers: 3 modules / 22.5 hours of training / 10 participants