Fide module “Scenario-based teaching according to fide principles” (SBU)


Course ID: 88888-8

What awaits you:
18 Lessons á 60 Minutes
In total 3 Days
Online Präsenz
Participants: Min. 6 Max. 14

CHF 680.00

Fide module “Scenario-based teaching according to fide principles” (SBU)

In this module, the specific characteristics and didactic principles of the fide approach are presented and tested in practice, in particular scenario-based language teaching.


You will get to know the didactic principles of fide and prepare to put them into practice in class.

Course content:

  • Didactic principles of fide: in particular everyday relevance, needs orientation, co-construction of the learning process
  • Resources and tools from the fide system, available on the web portal
  • Scenario didactics
  • Instruments for assessing learning needs
  • Forms of internal differentiation
  • Portfolio approach
  • Various assessment occasions and forms of evaluation (self-, peer-, external evaluation; criteria- or indicator-based assessment, etc.)


  • Competencies and experience in educational work with adults (e.g. completed SVEB course leader certificate or fide module BAE).

  • Proven practical experience in second language teaching with migrants of at least 100 hours.

  • Linguistic and metalinguistic skills in the local official language as well as oral and written expression skills at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) or higher.
  • Self-declared passive knowledge (understanding) of the local language (dialect).
  • Successful completion of the “Foreign and Second Language Didactics” module or proof of a corresponding, equivalent qualification.


The module includes 18 hours of training and at least 40 hours of self-study time. It is advisable to take a language course parallel to attending the module. This enables practical implementation of the learning content and supports the creation of proof of competence.

Module certificate:

To receive the module certificate, the following requirements must be met:

  • 80% attendance time on course days
  • Proof of competence assessed as fulfilled by the module lecturer (planning, implementation and evaluation of a scenario-based learning sequence)

The module certificate is recognized by the fide office as a partial qualification for the qualification “Language course leader in the integration area” for five years from the date of issue.


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Please note:

This module is being carried out as a pilot by the fide office as part of the revision of the fide modules. The purpose of the pilot is to test the revised modules in practice. As part of the evaluation of the pilot, module participants are asked to fill out an additional questionnaire for the fide office at the end of the module (time required 15-30 minutes). The modules can also be observed by a specialist from the fide office in consultation with the module participants.

The course dates may be changed by the educational institution centre for an important reason.

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