Moscow English Language Teachers Association (MELTA) Report on the Activities 2017

 2016—2017

Moscow English Language Teachers Association (MELTA)

Report on the activities of the Association

Yearly Events

1) February, 3, 2017     MELTA Poetry Festival after Alyona Gromushkina, journalist, Editer-in-Chief of the magazine “English”

2) March, 11, 2017       VIII MELTA Storytelling Festival

3) March, 17, 2017       launching a new joint Festival “Must Read!” together with the Association “Raising Readers”. Workshop “Choosing a Book to Read” by Nataliya Mikunis

4) March, 24, 2017       XII MELTA Public Speaking Contest

5) March, 14, 2017       preparing students for “Must Read Festival!” Workshop “The Process of Creating an Illustration for a Book” by Pyotr Lubaev, member of Moscow Union of Artists

6) April, 21, 2017                  Award Ceremony and Gala Concert for winners and  laureates of MELTA annual contests and festivals

Projects

American Center alumni grant “Facilitating Access to English Language Education for BVI Students”: planned and accomplished.

Important Products and Achievements

1) Publishing a book “Bridges”: articles were submitted by students taught by MELTA teachers. A book also included a section on BVI project, reporting the results of alumni grant project on “Grammar Cubes” by Peter Stepichev

2) Signing an agreement and launching a joint project “Must Read Festival” together with “Raising Readers” Association based in the Russian State Children Library

3) Producing and distributing 100 Grammar Cubes to teach grammar to blind and visually impaired students (details: www.facebook.com/gramikbvi)

4) Series of workshops on Surprise Pedagogy for NATE members and regional associations of English teachers in Ekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Astrakhan, Tumen, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Tula, Kursk, Astrakhan, Elista, St.Petersburg, Izhevsk, Voronezh.

 

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