“TEACHERS–TO-TEACHERS” 20, 27 November, 2013 at AMC

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 “TEACHERS–TO-TEACHERS” SEMINARS 2013—2014

WITH Senior EL Fellow Erik Lundell

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Wednesday, November 20 (American Centre at the All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature 4:30 – 6pm, metro Taganskaya, ul. Nikoloyamskaya,1) Please, take your passport with you or get registered at the library

Developing Speaking Strategies in the EFL Classroom In this presentation, participants will engage in a demonstration on how dialogues can be used to train language learners to become more independent communicators.  In addition, a series of information-gap tasks and evaluation tools will be offered so that teachers can return to the classroom equipped with practical classroom applications that lead students toward becoming competent communicators in a second language.

Wednesday, November 27 (American Centre at the All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature 4:30 – 6pm, metro Taganskaya, ul. Nikoloyamskaya,1)

Please, take your passport with you or get registered at the library

Writing for Creative Expression In this workshop, the presenter will engage participants in a number of writing tasks that allow learners to express their creativity.  The aim is to offer teachers ideas on how to motivate students to practice meaningful writing in a variety of ways.  Demonstration tasks will include writing poetry on topics that are relevant to the students, writing collaboratively and writing for grammar and vocabulary development.  

Consultants: Tatiana  Kobzina <mishmash63 [at] mail [dot] ru> 89057636887, Наталия Соловьева <natavs [at] list [dot] ru> 89629763096,

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