You love teaching …
but you’d like to improve your classroom English…
motivate your students more…
and get more opportunities for training or development…
Does this sound like you? If so, maybe ETTE is just what you’re looking for!
The English for Teaching: Teaching for English (ETTE) project is for teachers of English living in far flung areas in the Central and South Asia region. ETTE is particularly for teachers who have not yet benefited from training or development opportunities.
ETTE helps school teachers improve their performance in the classroom by enhancing their access to materials, methods and opportunities for their professional training and development.
ETTE will help you:
- get confidence in your classroom skills
- improve your classroom English to help you teach English using English
- get enough materials, ideas and information so that you can develop as a teacher.
If you are a teacher trainer with experience and ideas, ETTE could help you make a valuable contribution to your community by using your skills on an important project.
The project involves six countries in the Central and South Asia region: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan.
ETTE has conducted teacher training courses for teachers in all participating countries.
In the teacher training course, there are an opportunity for you to learn more teaching ideas, share your experience with other teachers and immediately put new ideas into practice. There will also be EL corners where you can find teaching materials.