a different way to teach
The Acompaña Programme is an initiative designed to assist the teachers who use SM’s materials in applying new methodology in their classrooms by giving them practical, simple advice that will help them create meaningful experiences for their pupils.
This ongoing, personalised programme will help you make the most of Savia and give you resources you can use to mould the course in your own way. The aim of the programme is to ensure that you feel confident using our Acompaña is also our way of bringing the Savia teaching community together with a team of experts.
The course provides you with practical information. It is designed to be flexible, so you can work with it at your own pace and adapt it to your needs. You’ll have access to renowned experts, receive personalised assistance through your tutor, learn from the experiences of other teachers and earn a certificate from SM.
CLIL. A DIFFERENT WAY TO TEACH
This module introduces teachers to the theory and basic principles behind CLIL methodology and offers practical ideas that can be applied in the classroom.
CLIL methodology offers a theoretical and practical insight into how the learning of both content and English, CLIL, may be combined into a single educational experience.
We will explore the methodology through three modules: DISCOVER, THINK AND CREATE, FINAL TASK
A DIFFERENT WAY TO TEACH
Clear explanations and informative videos. You’ll have the opportunity to complete a self-assessment at the end of each unit to check your progress.
Practical exercises developed by the experts behind the module. You will be asked to upload your completed exercises so that your tutor can give you feedback.
In our dual role as a publisher and educational consultant, we provide tailor-made solutions to meet the specific needs of teachers.
The collaboration between SM and teachers doesn’t end when the book reaches the classroom. Our network of educational consultants gives you access to the support you need and enables you to give us feedback to help us continue to improve our materials.