«Successful English Teaching at school»


Interlingua school of foreign languages

Belgorod Sviato-Troitsky bul. 3

(4722)32-12-86; 35-65-05

lingua@bel.ru; linguastudy@bel.ru


«Successful English Teaching at school»

(Happy series, New Matrix and Exam Excellence)


5 December, 2008 (Friday)

10.00 - 10.30

Registration of participants

10.30 - 11.45

Make yourself at home «Successful English Teaching at school»!
Learning a language can be hard, so it makes sense to start young. But even then, it takes plenty of time before children begin to feel at home with the «Successful English Teaching at school» language.
So what can we do to help? If we want to teach effectively we will need engaging materials, a variety of methodological techniques and a lot of patience. In this session we will look «Successful English Teaching at school» at how classroom routines, games, songs and visual materials can all be used to support our teaching objectives and create an effective learning environment.

11.45 - 12.00

Break

12.00 - 13.15

Teaching teenagers - how can we «Successful English Teaching at school» manage?
Teaching teenagers can present us with many challenges - especially when we try to promote communication skills. Teenagers are very often reluctant to speak in class. However, with a flexible approach and a good «Successful English Teaching at school» coursebook, these challenges can be met. The фокус of this session will be on classroom management - the decisions taken by the teacher which determine how each stage of the lesson «Successful English Teaching at school» unfolds.

13.15 - 13.30

Break

13.30 - 14.45

Learning to fly
We teach our exam classes in the warmth and comfort of the classroom 'nest', but on the day of the exam our students will have no-one to help them «Successful English Teaching at school». It is our job to equip them to 'take off' all by themselves. This session will look at some of the ways we can use Oxford Exam Excellence to help our students get ready «Successful English Teaching at school» for their 'flight'.

Lecturer:


Edmund Dudley


Born in England, I grew up in both the UK and the USA. I have a degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Durham «Successful English Teaching at school» and an Advanced Diploma in English Language Teaching from the University of Manchester.

I have been teaching English in Hungary full-time since 1992. Between 1992 and 1998 I worked full-time in «Successful English Teaching at school» a small-town primary school, teaching mixed-ability classes in all the year groups from grade 1 up to grade 8.  Between 1998 and 2002 I was the co-ordinator of the Devon-Baranya Schools «Successful English Teaching at school»’ Programme, responsible for a team of British teachers working in Hungarian schools. I continued to teach English at primary level and also taught a course in Classroom Techniques to pre-service teachers at the University «Successful English Teaching at school» of Pécs.  Since 2002 I have been a full-time teacher of English at Babits Gimnázium – a secondary school in Pécs, Hungary. Since 2002 I have also worked regularly for «Successful English Teaching at school» OUP in Hungary at teacher-training events, summer courses and methodological conferences. In 2007 I also had the opportunity to work with teachers in both Lithuania and Estonia. My areas of «Successful English Teaching at school» special interest include motivation, student-centred approaches, classroom management, learner autonomy and materials making. I am married to a Hungarian and have two daughters.


Venue address:

Interlingua school of foreign languages

ul. Koneva 4a, Belgorod

How «Successful English Teaching at school» to get to the place:

by buses: 13 k, 17, 20a, 26, 129k, 229 (rynok Solnechny / ul. Koneva)


Questions and pre-registration:

Tel.: (4722) 32-12-86, tel./fax: 35-65-05
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