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14.-  CURSOS DE LA ESCUELA DE CAPACITACIÓN DE LA CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRES

 

Capacitación docente en la Ciudad

Actividades gratuitas para todos los docentes del país

 www.buenosaires.gob.ar/cepa

 

Los cursos intensivos son una instancia de formación de una semana de duración: del 19 al 23 de julio de 2010 (de lunes a viernes, en encuentros diarios de cuatro horas y media).

La carga horaria de cada curso intensivo es de treinta horas cátedra. Los cursos se dictan en forma gratuita pero requieren inscripción previa

 

Inscripción

 

Del 1 de junio al 16 de julio de 2010

Escuela de Capacitación Docente - Centro de Pedagogías de Anticipación

Av. Santa Fe 4360 5º piso. Teléfonos: 4772-4028 / 4039 / 3768

cepa@buenosaires.edu.ar

 

 

Cursos intensivos Invierno 2010

Curso del Subnúcleo de Lenguas Extranjeras

Para Profesores de Inglés

 

Developing language skills.

Profesores: Patricia Insirillo y Patricia del Valle Ortiz

8.30 a 13
Each language skill has specific characteristics which affect task design within a CLT approach. The development of the macro-skills (reading, listening, speaking and writing) is of utmost importance within the foreign language classroom. The aim of this course is to help teachers identify the specific nature of each skill so as to help them evaluate, modify or design tasks.

 

 

 

Triggering exploration, discovery and language production through poems

Profesora: Adriana Fuentes

8.30 a 13

Language represents thought. It is a process that enables students to think symbolically, to express new ideas and to interact effectively. Poems are triggers of individual exploration, discovery and language production.

The aim of this course is to help teachers generate a "unique" classroom shaped by the "unique" individuals that take part in it.

 

Vocabulary as a stepping stone to grammaring

Profesores: Mónica Gandolfo y Equipo de Léxico (UBA)

18 a 22.30

Vocabulary is central to understanding and communicating meaning since much important information is tied into words. Within the perspective of discourse and communication, we will identify strategies for selecting and teaching the words students need to know in order to get and put meaning across.

 

 

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