Spanish for Non-Native Spanish Teachers in Seville
A “two birds, one stone” kind of course for non-native Spanish teachers who want to simultaneously improve their Spanish while developing their teaching skills. Not only will you learn general Spanish, you’ll also cover lesson planning, classroom technology, language analysis, and much more!
Just because you’re a non-native speaker doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do everything you can to teach Spanish at as high a standard as possible. Since this course is specifically designed for someone like you, you can rest assured that 100% of the content is 100% useful for you.
Why CLIC Seville?
Seville is a haven for history and culture lovers alike – streets that haven’t changed in hundreds of years, plazas filled with smiling people drinking wine over tapas, the famous Sevillian orange trees everywhere you look. It’s literally the embodiment of everything you think of when you think of Spain, and a perfect location for your course!
Nestled right in the heart of our beautiful city is our school, CLIC Seville. If you can find somewhere better to study Spanish teaching than a school with decades of experience teaching Spanish, we’d like to see it! All the methodologies, tricks, and secrets to being a great Spanish teacher we’ve gathered over the years can soon be yours! What are you waiting for? Our sunny rooftop terrace is waiting for you…
What does the course cover?
In addition to general Spanish, this course covers the following:
Learn how to use language effectively and analytically, so you can identify different styles of speaking and writing.
Learning to Learn
Helping your students learn how to learn. Developing self-study techniques so that your students can take control of their own progress.
Making an effective lesson plan takes time, diligence, and an understanding of your students. Learn how to motivate your students and how to make them retain as much of what they have learned as possible. Improve and get the most out of your class.
Using technology in the classroom helps students be more engaged. Learn how to change classroom dynamics by encouraging student-centred and project-based learning.
Creating a wide range of stimulating and exciting teaching resources to motivate students in an engaging way. If you are able to teach in way that sparks your students’ curiosity, they will continue the learning process for the rest of their lives.
Learning how to create exciting group activities is an essential teaching skill. Helping you refine your ability to ensure your students learn via participation, gathering, assimilating, sharing information, and through problem solving. Guidance on the best methods for delivering constructive feedback to your class.
How good does my Spanish need to be?
You should have a minimum level of C1 in order to study Spanish for non-native Spanish teachers in Seville. The content of this course can be quite complex so it really is necessary to have a good grasp of Spanish.
How big will the classes be?
It really depends on what time of the year you choose to come as summer is generally more popular than winter. However, we don’t allow any more than 18 students on this course so that you can get personalised attention from your teacher.
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- 2 to 4 weeks
- Class schedule: 9:30 to 17:30
- Maximum 18 students
- Minimum age: 21
- Minimum level: C1
- A university degree is not required
What our students say
As a Spanish teacher in England I found it immensely useful to improve my Spanish as well as learn some new teaching methodologies. Spending two weeks in the beautiful city of Seville with CLIC was just the icing on the cake!
Improving my teaching skills as well as my Spanish for the four week period that I stayed at CLIC International House in Seville was excellent. I would recommend it to any teacher who wants to get a refresher course in a beautiful place with professional and up-to-date teaching methodologies.It helped me move up my teaching a level.Katja Hennig