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Working for OISE
Training and Support
OISE welcomes both newly-qualified and experienced teachers, and is committed to supporting them in all areas of their work.
Training on every aspect of the programme is given shortly before each school opens, and ongoing help and guidance is provided throughout the course by the Course Leader and other senior staff on site. In addition to this, a team in Oxford is in contact with each school, and visits regularly during the summer. This means that our staff are able to teach English in the best environment possible.
Octorial™ lessons - 8 students per teacher. Classes are limited to a maximum of 8 students ensuring that all pupils receive the benefit of individual attention within a group dynamic. This is a fundamental principle of OISE.
Employed teachers will be given access to the Staff Zone. This is a website that provides information about the operations of OISE courses as well as added resources to help staff.
The syllabus has been created with the specific needs of a summer school in mind. It gives details of the language to be covered each day, and includes a Lesson Plan Pack at each level, which provides a wealth of ideas and ready-to-go lessons which teachers can use if they wish. The academic materials provided give invaluable help and support to newer teachers without stifling the style and creativity of those with more experience. Teaching intensive English is our priority and we do all we can to provide our teachers with all they need.
The Daily Timetable
All teachers deliver three ninety-minute classes per day. After lessons finish, teachers are involved in supervising leisure activities on a rota basis. These may be sports, art and craft activities, treasure hunts, trips into town, etc, and are organised in advance. Supervision rotas vary between residential and non-residential courses. For more details, please go to the ‘Job Descriptions’ link.
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