|Linguistic Workout! English communication competences for transnational youth projects|
24-30 June 2017 | Mollina, Málaga, Spain
This TC aims to improve communication competences in English with a functional methodology focusing on international youth work within Erasmus+. It targets participants seeking to build partnerships and develop international youth projects.
Have you ever had difficulties working in international environments?
The aim of this training course is to provide practical tools to participants to improve their communication competences (skills, attitudes and knowledge) in English for international projects within ERASMUS+ and European mobility and lifelong learning programmes.
This course is designed for people who wish to gain confidence and get new tools to communicate in English based on their existing knowledge. This course is intended for participants with an intermediate level. (A2-B1). This is NOT for beginners or advanced learners.
The methodology used in this training activity is based on non-formal learning and is fully functional and topic-related. The course is aimed to encourage communication among the participants through simulation activities and practical communication exercises. Learning-by-doing activities are fully integrated in the course curriculum.
The programme of the course is built around activities relevant to the improvement of English communication in an international environment. During the course, participants will learn how to learn by themselves and to improve their skills thanks to simulation exercises, role-play games, presentations and workgroups, where the participants will work on reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar revision, listening and oral practice.
During workshops and depending on the size of the group, the participants may be divided in 2 groups so that they can take full advantage of the activities. Thus, factors such as language skills, cultural and linguistic diversity and different learning styles will be taken into account. The groups will be based on the data provided by the participants in the application and the introductory activities conducted during the first day.