27. 9. 2018 od 9:30 do 12:00, OXICO, Panónska cesta 6, Bratislava
Seminár pre učiteľov ANJ základných, stredných a jazykových škôl
Fiona is a teacher, trainer and materials writer, and is now based in Oxford, after 28 years in Spain. She is the co-author of several courses for secondary education, including ‘Motivate’ and ‘All Clear’ (Macmillan Education), and has written materials for several others, including ‘Straightforward’. She is also the author of the Macmillan online guide, ‘Using Graded Readers in the Classroom’. She has a love of writing, theatre, photography, and art, but her other passion is teacher development, and she is co-editor of the IATEFL TDSIG e-bulletin. She also tutors on a teacher training course in Devon each summer and is the co-founder of the EVE: Equal Voices in ELT initiative.
Stills and stories
Picture students imagining themselves out and about, outside the classroom. Picture students feeling comfortable, uninhibited talking about themselves. Picture your students through others’ eyes, through their own eyes or in selfies, then turn those pictures into non-intrusive, creative, productive, fun activities that uncover language, and inspire great descriptions and stories.
Melting barriers: teaching teens with adolescence in mind
Teaching teens can be stressful; that’s something we all know. But being a teen is stressful, too, and learning or speaking a ‘funny’ language can be the most stressful thing of all. If you push a teen too far out of their comfort zone, the learning stops, the resistance starts, so how to break through the barrier? In this highly interactive workshop, we’ll try out some activities that avoid triggering resistance and maximise learning and engagement. We’ll look at support and prompts that motivate and generate, and we’ll work our way into the teenage brain and help the learning stay there.
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