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What is a teacher’s Pueblo Inglés Program?

Pueblo Inglés for Teachers is a special language immersion program to help Spanish teachers with their English skills (with teacher-oriented workshops).

They have been incredibly popular for the teachers (our students) as well as our volunteer Anglos, who both express the privilege it is to help and learn not only about how to improve English, but also how to make education itself better. The result is a program that offers fun activities and an exchange of ideas that are fascinating!

A ‘Teachers’ program is simply a combination of our normal Pueblo Ingles immersion program mixed with teacher-focused workshops. Our objective is simple: help the teachers to better teach in English and thereby help the country to improve as a whole. It is a great way to find out what’s happening at the educational level in Spain in multiple disciplines. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to meet incredibly hospitable people who are usually quick to invite you to visit them and show you around their home with pride…no better way to learn about a culture than from a friend who lives in it!

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    WHO IS THIS FOR?

    The program represents a great opportunity for all native English-speakers who want to spend  1 or 2 weeks abroad this summer enjoying culture, conversation, and connecting with people.

    Pueblo Inglés Teacher Programs this summer will be dedicated to Primary and Preschool teachers, as well as Vocational/Technical teachers.

    All native English speakers are welcome at Pueblo Ingles Teacher Programs, especially all those +25 years old related to education: teachers, language teachers, as well as vo-tech-related carreer experience in: IT, audio/visual media, gaming, hotel & tourism… But even you don’t work in this area, we encourage you to participate! 

    So, If you are fun, chatty and enjoy meeting people, then you could be the perfect volunteer!

    • Do you love conversation (up to 15 hours per day!)?
    • Are you patient & supportive enough to help the language learners?
    • Are you armed with stories and experiences?
    • Do you have an intellectually stimulating character?

    If the answer is yes, we are looking forward to meeting you!

    DAILY ACTIVITIES

    All of our daily activities are organized for you so you’ll never have to plan further ahead than your next fun activity or delicious meal!

    HOW IS A TEACHER’S PROGRAM DIFFERENT FROM OTHER PUEBLO INGLÉS PROGRAMS?

    The Pueblo Ingles teacher programs are the same Pueblo Ingles spirit and dynamic with a slightly different focus. The program is still based on one-to-one interaction with native English speakers where the native English speakers are catalysts for a variety of conversational themes (teaching related and not). As usual, we mix in group activities, short presentations, fun role-plays, and even a bit of theatre to spice things up. The main difference will be with rotating workshop sessions during the day whereby our workshop leaders aim to 1) help improve their English level of our teacher friends in the form of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, as well as 2) help their method of instruction with relevant activities and correction toward a more ‘authentic’ English dynamic.

    You as the native English speakers (or “Anglos” as we commonly use in the linguistic form of the word) get to sit in on some of our workshops as well as observe class simulations and presentations, which is a great way to see directly how teachers are improving their English abilities. Your support throughout the week as native English speakers is instrumental in helping the teachers improve, who will in turn help their students, and thereby the local region of and country of Spain as a whole!

    WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY IN PUEBLO INGLÉS LOOK LIKE?

    WHEN?

    Dates for Pueblo Inglés Teacher Programs 2022 are available throughout July and August, which makes them ideal for a summer a trip to Spain!

    El Fresno:

    • July 1 – July 13 (2 weeks)
    • July 13 – July 25 (2 weeks)
    • july 25 – July 31 (1 week)
    • July 31 – August 12 (2 weeks)
    • August 12 – August 24 (2 weeks)

    Puerto Mágina:

    • July 1 – July 13 (2 weeks)
    • July 13 – July 25 (2 weeks)
    • August 19 – August 31 (2 weeks)

    Hortizuela:

    • July 1 – July 13 (2 weeks)
    • July 13 – July 25 (2 weeks)
    • july 25 – July 31 (1 week)

    Cofrentes:

    • August 4 – August 16 (2 weeks)
    • August 16 – August 22 (1 week)

    WHERE CAN I VOLUNTEER?

    Our volunteering vacancies are at stunning locations around Spain. The venues are diverse and offer the chance to get off the beaten touristic track, to beautiful areas of countryside. Our volunteers are transported to their course venues from hub cities like Madrid so it’s a great chance to combine an interesting city-visit with rural and cultural elements.

    Hotel Puerto Mágina is located near Torres, in a magical, natural environment in the heart of the Sierra Mágina Natural Park (Jaén) –a mountainous region with five peaks over two thousand meters (6500 ft.)

    Rural Hotel La Hortizuela is located in the heart of Cazorla Natural Park, Segura, and Las Villas. Known for its leafy, full forests and breathtaking mountain peaks, this location is a great place to go for a stroll or hike.

    Los Hervideros de Cofrentes is hotel-spa that can be found in the Ayora Valley. This is one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the Valencia region of Spain. Located in an area rich in medicinal mineral deposits due to the ‘Hill of Agras’.

    Located in the Amblés Valley, on the banks of the Adaja River with spectacular views of the Sierra de la Paramera and the city of Avila and its spectacular walls.

    What’s covered in the cost of the program?

    The only cost of the program is your travel expenses to get to Madrid by the day of departure and any accommodation or travel from after the program ends. The program includes three meals a day and a basic travel health insurance. Any additional expenses for drinks outside of meal times are on you.

    How do I register?

    If you’ve been to a Pueblo Inglés before just click on the Volunteer Zone button below. If you’ve never been to a Pueblo Inglés volunteer program before, please apply by clicking the button below to register. Click on See Full Year Calendar to see all program dates.

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