This course focuses on how to teach EAP to students who are already studying at university (Insessional classes) or preparing to study at university (Presessional and Foundation courses). This course gives an insight into the methods and materials used by the LSE Language Centre in preparing students to function effectively in their academic work. It includes the following key features:
Overview of the EAP courses and resources offered at the LSE
Needs of EAP learners
Preparing students for academic writing, reading, lectures and seminars
Course planning and assessment
EAP resources and materials
Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for experienced EFL teachers who wish to specialise in teaching EAP. It is also relevant for teachers currently teaching EAP classes in other institutions who wish to gain an insight into the LSE approach to teaching EAP. Course participants are normally expected to have a DELTA or MA in ELT/Applied Linguistics or equivalent.
When does the course take place?
This is a one-week intensive course consisting of 19 hours of lessons and 4 hours of EAP class observation. Students are expected to have carried out reading tasks prior to the start of the course. Students also carry out one written task and one materials creation task.
The dates for the next full-time TEAP course are listed here.
The course fee for the next full-time TEAP course is listed here. The programme consists of 23 hours group contact time in addition to individual feedback. The course fee is payable on receipt of an offer of a place on the course from Course Co-ordinator, Chris Sciberras.
Number of students
A minimum number of 10 students per course.
Start Date, materials and cancellations
The Course Co-ordinator will contact all students who have registered and paid to confirm the start date, time and place of first class along with details of any materials you may require for the course.
Cancellations will be accepted up to 10 working days before a course start date in which case a full refund is possible.
Non-current LSE members
We are obliged to check if you are eligible to study in the UK.
Therefore, if you are not a current LSE student or LSE member of staff who is able to show a valid and current university ID you will need to bring proof of this eligibility with you when you come to complete your registration.
For EU citizens this will mean your passport or national identity card. For anyone else you will need to bring your passport with a valid visa showing eligibility to study for the FULL duration of the course.
You will need to show this proof when you come to complete your registration.
We will not be able to register you without this proof.
How to apply
Should you be interested in applying for a place on the the course in the first instance please complete this enquiry form. We will then be able to let you know whether we are able to make an offer of a place on this programme.