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Webinář 17/2/2022

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Vážení učitelé a lektoři anglického jazyka,

těšíte se na nové letošní webináře? Tentokrát jsme pro Vás zajistili zahraničního hosta a velmi oblíbeného lektora Johna Wolfa. V tomto workshopu/webináři se podíváme na to, jak správně pracovat ve třídě s žáky s rozdílnými schopnostmi. Prozkoumáme techniky mluveného i psaného projevu v cizím jazyce, které jsou přínosné pro studenty různých úrovní, a zároveň se podíváme na způsoby, kterými snadno a rychle poskytnout zpětnou vazbu tak, aby byla adekvátní všem studentům.

Kdy?
17. 2. 2022 od 18:00 do 19:00
Kde?
Kdekoli s připojením k internetu
Na téma
Interfacing with Interlanguage
Pro
Secondary Teachers, Upper Primary Teachers

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Anotace

John Wolf: "Language learning forces us to make sense of a foreign language, one way or another.  We all create our own version of a target language, and this system is often imperfect. In a typical classroom of mixed abilities, how can teachers address these varying language systems? Where do we start? And how can we be sure all of our learners benefit in the process?

In this workshop we will explore some techniques for addressing language production, both spoken and written, in a way that is beneficial to learners of all levels. We will also discuss ways to quickly and easily grade language feedback tasks, so all learners are challenged and engaged in the process."

 

Lektor

 John Wolf (PEARSON)

John moved to Poland in 2006 from San Diego, California, and has made Wroclaw his home over the past 10+ years. For the first part of his teaching career, John worked in language schools, teaching mainly younger learners and teenagers, and eventually branched out into other areas of EFL instruction, including exam English, business English, and teacher training.

In 2012 John completed an MA in Applied Linguistics with a focus on teaching English as a foreign language. After that, in order to complement his theoretical knowledge of language acquisition, he undertook the Cambridge Delta in 2015.

Currently John works as a teacher trainer and university lecturer, which provides plenty of opportunities to create and search for new ideas that help his teachers and students achieve their goals in the classroom.


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