Spanish Teacher Internship in Seville
If you’re already an experienced teacher looking to perfect your craft, or a new teacher who wants to build confidence in the classroom, then a Spanish teacher internship in Seville is exactly what you need. Spend 2 weeks with an experienced tutor who will act as your Yoda through the entire process, walking you through the planning, teaching, and evaluation sections of the course.
There’s really no better way to get a more personally targeted teacher training course as it’s just you and your tutor who will be working together to bring out the best in you! Some people might find being put under the microscope like this to be too intense, but not you right? You know that the best way for you to improve yourself is to locate your weak points and focus on them until they’re your strong points. That’s exactly what we’ll do together on your Spanish teacher internship in Seville.
Why CLIC Seville?
Seville is an absolute dream. If you’ve never been before, prepare yourself! This course is only 2 weeks long but you will be pretty much guaranteed to want to stay longer. With sun soaked terraces on every rooftop, cobbled alleyways full of surprises, sprawling plazas lined with orange trees, and three incredible world heritage sites, there really is nowhere like Seville.
CLIC Seville is located slap bang in the centre of this beautiful city. If you choose to come and study with us (and we hope you do!), then you will be learning how to be a Spanish teacher in the best possible location – a Spanish language school! We know what we’re talking about. Why? Because we’ve been doing this a very long time. You will be paired with a tutor who will teach you all the knowledge our school has gathered from teaching tens of thousands of students. It’s like you’re using real-life cheat codes!
What does the course cover?
This course covers the three basic principles of teaching: planning, teaching, and evaluation.
The first section of the course is theory based – preparing you with all our key methodologies, teaching methods, and inside tips on what it takes to be a top-class Spanish teacher.
The second section is much more practical. You’ll be placed in a real classroom environment, with your tutor by your side, where you’ll be expected to apply some of the theory you’ve studied on your practice students. There will also be time set aside for class planning and to evaluate how you did in each class.
How many people are in each course?
Only you! That’s why this course is so great. It’s literally just you and your teacher. There’s no better way to personalise your learning experience than this!
How is the course structured?
9:15 to 13:00
Learn the essential theory and techniques behind every great Spanish teacher.
13:00 to 15:00
Tutorial to prepare you for practical teacher training in week 2.
9:15 to 13:00
Practical teacher training. Teach a classroom of students under the watchful eye of your tutor.
13:30 to 15:00
Tutorial to evaluate your performance in the classroom and to prepare for class the following day.
What will I receive at the end of the course?
You will receive a certificate from International House and a small personalised report that you can use as you please in the future.
|To be agreed|
- 60-hours in total
- 2 weeks
- Class schedule: 9:00 to 15:00
- Personalised tutoring
- A university degree is not required
What our students say
It is a very specific and very well structured course, of evidently didactic character, in which the practice of the classroom is emphasized, coparticipating with a tutor in the planning, teaching and evaluation of the courses therefore it can help the student to focus your own classes in a more structured way and with very clear objectives.
I recommend it a lot because it is useful for teaching Spanish since it is based on real practice and experience, not just on theory.
From my point of view it is a very comfortable and very practical course. For me it turned out to be perfect since I needed to gain experience in classroom practice. It puts you at all times in problems or doubts that may arise in class and how to solve or prevent them. In the end, thank you very much and I hope to see you again in other Spanish courses. Greetings.Emilio Díaz