This project, which is supported by the Micro-Module Courseware Development Grant (CUHK), aims to produce 8 micro modules that can be used in courses for training preservice and inservice teachers of English. Each module corresponds with one major topic in English language teaching methodology. The micro modules were designed in such a way that on top of the target student groups, parts of each module can also be used in other related courses. For each micro module, a pre-class video was produced. The pre-class video aims to prepare students for the upcoming class session. It provides them with the requisite subject matter knowledge, so that students come to class prepared. A post-viewing quiz was created for each micro module, which students would complete on Blackboard, the university’s learning management system. For each module, a set of in-class activities were designed. These in-classroom activities relate to the content of the pre-class video. Occasionally, the instructor may still have additional subject matter to convey in class, but most of the time, the students can quickly embark on the in-class activities. The in-class activities were designed with two features in mind: (a) they would stimulate deeper, or higher-order thinking; and/or (b) they enable to apply the subject matter learnt from the pre-class video in designing their own teaching.