Series of Master Training Workshop at the British Council, Nepal


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2014-02-21 - 2014-02-21

British Council Learning Centre, Kathmandu

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British Council is running series of 15 master training workshops from 21 Feb till 30 May 2014. The series consists of numerous topics to understand the role of a teacher, to make lessons interesting, to teach with minimum resources and to enhance the way we teach English.

If you are a Teacher of secondary or primary level or aspiring to become one you can enrol. You can either register for individual session or take up the whole package. The registration fees are

NPR 1200/session

•NPR 15000/whole package (15 sessions alltogether)

The series of workshops will be delivered every Friday starting from 21 Feb at 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The list of topics and dates are as follows

February 21                    How to teach speaking

February 28                    How to manage a classroom

March 7                            How to plan a lesson

March 14                         The role of the teacher

March 21                         How to teach listening

March 28                         How to teach writing

April 4                              How to make lessons interesting

April 11                            How to teach young learners

April 18                            How to teach reading

April 25                            How to teach pronunciation

May 2                               How to teach with minimal resources

May 9                               How to teach absolute beginners

May 23                             How to check your students have understood

May 30                             CLIL: Using English to teach other subjects

 

For enquiries do call us at 4410798 or visit our office between 9:00-5:00 PM (Monday to Friday) or write to us atgeneral.enquiry@britishcouncil.org.np.

For confirmation of registration you need to pay and register. We have limited seats in every session and registration will be on first come first served basis.