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Cambridge English Language Assessment is a part of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge. Our role is to develop and deliver English language testing, teacher development, and curriculum reform worldwide, as part of the University’s educational mission. We have around 650 staff working in offices in more than 20 countries worldwide and a global network of 2,800 authorized centres who deliver our exams.
Cambridge Assessment International Education prepares school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning.
Course: Teaching Your Subject in English
Build your confidence to use English effectively to teach subjects such as Maths, Science or History with this online course.
Duration 5 weeks – 3 hours per week – FREE online course
Learn with experts and teachers worldwide
Experts at Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education will provide you with a range of functional language and practical tips for using it.
You’ll join a community of teachers from across the world – sharing your expertise, finding out what works for other teachers, and looking for new ideas from a range of different contexts. There will also be opportunities for you to explore digital tools for teaching and learning.
Both Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education are part of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge.
What topics will you cover?
Language for getting learners ready to learn:
Sharing learning objectives;
Reviewing previous learning;
Language for conveying ideas and information:
Describing and explaining;
Asking for explanations;
Language for developing thinking skills:
Questioning to develop predicting and hypothesising skills;
Questioning to develop reasoning skills;
Questioning to develop creativity;
Language for setting up and managing activities:
Helping learners get started;
Organising and managing pair and group work;
Language for supporting and checking learning:
Getting learners to evaluate and reflect on learning;
Summarising and emphasising.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to…
Identify parts of a lesson where you can improve the English that you use to teach your subject;
Identify instructional language that you can try out in your lessons;
Put a range of instructional language into practice in your teaching context;
Experiment with suggestions from the course, to address some of the potential difficulties in using English in your context;
Reflect on how your use of English in the classroom can help your learners succeed.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for current secondary school subject teachers who deliver lessons in English. It will be especially relevant for teachers involved in Bilingual Education and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), and also relevant for teachers who expect to teach a subject in English in the future. Examples of language in the course come from a wide range of subjects, for example, Maths, Science, History, Geography and Economics.