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    Уникальный онлайн проект от сообщества Trendy English для преподавателей английского языка. Это серия из 12 вебинаров, объединённых общей темой.
    В этом году тема саммита - «Teaching English in non-English speaking countries»

    Вас ждут интереснейшие встречи со спикерами из разных стран, которые поделятся опытом преподавания английского языка в условиях многоязычия и предложат практические решения по преодолению межъязыковых различий.

    Дистанционный формат саммита позволяет участвовать в нем в удобное для вас время из любой точки мира.
    • лучшие практики преподавания английского от спикеров Trendy English
    • 4 недели обучения
    • длительность одного вебинара – 60 мин
    • вебинары будут проходить 3 раза в неделю
    • формат участия: 3, 6 или 12 вебинаров + видеозаписи
    Календарь вебинаров
    Вебинары будут проходить 3 раза в неделю: по средам в 17.00, в субботу и воскресенье - в 12.00.

    Расписание вебинаров:
    1 неделя: 05.06 (среда), 08.06 (суббота), 9.06 (воскр.),
    2 неделя: 12.06 (среда), 15.06 (суббота), 16.06. (воскр.),
    3 неделя: 19.06 (среда), 22.06 (суббота), 23 (воскр.),
    4 неделя: 26.06 (среда), 29.06 (суббота), 30.06 (воскр.)
    Расписание вебинаров
    Alex Warren
    DELTA trained teacher trainer with over 15 years' experience of working in ELT as a teacher, academic director and teacher trainer.
    Stop & Think, Developing Critical Thinking in the English Language Classroom

    In a world that is growing bigger and smaller at the same time through the use of the Internet, social media, travelling and worldwide news coverage, it is becoming ever more important for students to develop the skills that will help them not only survive this changing world, but to succeed in it. They need to able to form their own opinions on important topics, based on the right information. And there is a need to have a global perspective on everything, a need to develop a critical approach to the global issues that our world currently has to deal with. Referencing National Geographic Learning's Life series, in this practical session we'll look at what exactly we mean by critical thinking, why we should be teaching it in the ELT classroom and how exactly we can help our learners develop the critical thinking skills they need for a successful future.
    June 5
    Joanna Łucka & Daria Domagała
    Joanna is an academic manager for the school Centrum Egzaminacyjne Goethe-Institut in Szczecin, she provides teacher training and explores new methods as well as teaching trends. She is an advocate of new technologies and authentic materials in the classroom as well as co-founder of the website which she manages together with Daria Domagała. Daria is an academic manager in Fluentbe and responsible for teacher training and development of online courses.
    Why homework does not stick

    We teachers stick to homework and assign it on a regular basis. Worksheets are piling up on the desks of our students. Yet, this homework does not stick as the research has proven that it is not conducive to learning. We believe it is time to take action, rethink and redesign homework assignments. Join us for our presentation to learn more about innovative approach. Let's start this (r)evolution in your classroom!
    June 8
    Sylvie Dolakova
    Teacher trainer focusing on teaching English to children aged 4 – 15. Sylvie specialises in teaching English through art and stories, publishes language game books and story-based resource packs for children (Pearson ELT Best Innovation Teacher Award). She presents at webinars (Czech national eduational platform, IATEFL YLT SIG). She also works as an ELT consultant for NILE, Norwich.
    Story-Based CLIL with Very Young Learners

    Stories are considered a traditional treasure of each culture. The workshop shows how we can use a simple story to cater for all areas of children's early learning (CLIL), on the base of the story. Children are immersed in the topic of the story in every activity they do and so they do not need long introductory activities and motivation at the beginning of each lesson. In each activity they can absorb and compare global perspective of different cultural backgrounds.
    June 9
    Ron Morrain
    Ron is an American (Houston, Texas), and currently lives and works in Germany. He is the innovator of the concept *Ready-made Mind Maps *(RMMs), which facilitate TBL (Task-based Learning) and PBL (Project-based Learning), Content and language integrated learning (CLIL), and Content-based Instruction (CBI) for L2 and L1 learners.
    21st Century Skills Training using Ready-Made Mind Maps

    Getting learners to develop 21st century skills, while learning English (EFL and ELF), can be difficult for even the most seasoned teacher - and is a huge challenge for any teacher and learner in a country where English is not the standard language of communication. Additionally, getting learners to get involved in their own learning is an even bigger challenge. How can teachers overcome the helplessness and stress that many L2 learners encounter when faced with longer more complicated content-based learning cycles? How can teachers get their TPACK right in order to achieve their learners personal goals? Can Ready-Made Mind Maps be a quick solution?
    June 12
    Rob Dean
    Rob has been involved in ELT as a teacher, director of studies and teacher trainer since 1994. Rob has covered a wide range of topic areas including methodology, language, practical teaching ideas, classroom management, motivation of learners and blended learning to name but a few.
    Little people, big ideas

    This webinar will explore how great teachers can turn the primary classroom into a place where linguistic and personal development can flourish as we get our kids on track for future success in English. We will illustrate the session with material taken from Pearson's Poptropica English Islands course.
    June 15
    Magdalena Wasilewska
    Magdalena is a teacher with over 20 years of experience, DOS in a private school of English "Green Hills Academy", a graduate of Teacher Trainer Academy - DOS-ELTea, Cambridge examiner, international conference speaker and a blogger ( Member of IATEFL Poland, FILTA and VISUAL ARTS CIRCLE. .
    Visual literacy in the classroom - learning to see

    In my presentation, I would like to briefly explain what visual literacy is and focus on a creative use of images in the classroom. Images do not limit to the coursebook only, quite the opposite, they are everywhere. The main focus will be on the use of students' mobile phones as a source of images. I want to show a number of hands-on activities that can be applied during the lesson. Then, I would like to present how applications such as Pinterest, for example, can be used. Finally, there would be some activities with the use of Instagram that most our student use on a daily basis. Memes, as we all know, make us laugh but can they be used in the lesson? Sure they can, but they should be used creatively.
    June 16
    Alex Warren
    DELTA trained teacher trainer with over 15 years' experience of working in ELT as a teacher, academic director and teacher trainer.
    Developing Effective Presentation Skills

    Let's face it. No student really enjoys standing up in front of their peers and giving presentations in their own language, let alone in a foreign language. But it is a fear they have to overcome and a life skill that they need to master in order to be effective and successful communicators. Indeed, TED's Chris Anderson describes it as a 21st century super power. Referencing National Geographic Learning's Keynote series, in this webinar we'll look at how we can use TED Talks to help develop student's presentation skills and give them the confidence to speak in English.
    June 19
    Rob Dean
    Rob has been involved in ELT as a teacher, director of studies and teacher trainer since 1994. Rob has covered a wide range of topic areas including methodology, language, practical teaching ideas, classroom management, motivation of learners and blended learning to name but a few.
    Motivate and Communicate

    This webinar will showcase some effective and memorable ways of targeting this aim. Along the way we will consider aspects of student motivation, the balance between teacher-led and student-centred learning, and ways of supplementing and adapting the course book. The webinar will feature material taken from Roadmap, the new adult course from Pearson and will aim to equip participants with a number of ready to use ideas for the classroom.
    June 22
    Phil Warwick
    Philip Warwick is a fully qualified English teacher trainer. He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.
    Pushing Hard and Pulling Soft – Differentiation in the Exam Classroom

    No situation is perfect, but with large class sizes you increasingly have a wide
    range of levels in the same room, which means teaching many lessons to many
    students rather than the one size fits all approach that is often conveyed by the
    content on the course book page. Add into the mix an exam and you have
    another layer of challenge: students are confident of passing and want to get a
    great grade and those who are lost and need to be prodded over the pass mark -
    this is especially difficult when you are preparing students for an international
    exam in a non-English speaking country. This webinar looks at how we can try to
    accommodate both sets through a modern course book and some differentiation

    June 23
    Dirk Lagerwaard
    Dirk is a PhD candidate at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain) and teaches English at both a secondary school and a language school. He also implements the subject The Teacher as an Agent of Change at the Blanquerna University and started the vlog NovELTies, The Life of a Teacher Researcher.
    Total Teaching: Aiming at self-expression in the secondary classroom

    Traditional teaching methods do often not enable secondary students to fully expand their communicative development. This talk bridges the gap between research and practice, and provides useful, informed teaching strategies that allow secondary students to make their knowledge functional. First, we will analyze how you can situate each secondary student cognitively and communicatively through mediation. Second, we will have a closer look on how to involve your secondary students' emotions in collaborative practices in order to enable them little by little to find their own voice in the English language within different communicative contexts.
    June 26
    Natalia Wright
    Natalia holds a Bachelor degree in English and German from the University in Russia and a Master of Arts in Language Education from the University of Chichester in the UK, and is currently a PhD student at the University of Glasgow. She teaches English at the University of the Middle East.
    Teaching beyond grades. Implementing the principles of holistic language learning at the university in the Middle East

    With the focus of most EPP programs on the achievement of the passing grades, teaching often acquires the form of direct test preparation. Being healthy in small doses, over-reliance on "drill and kill" materials becomes ineffective in the long run. Clearly, it is possible for educators to make better choices about how and what to teach. This webinar will offer personal reflection on teaching EPP university classes. I will also examine the challenges of teaching large single-gender classes and suggest activities with the focus on the "whole-person" approach.
    June 29
    Natalia Ladygina
    Natalia is an English teacher, teacher trainer, CELTA tutor and regular conference presenter. Natalia is a CELTA, CELTYL, DELTA holder. She is based in Austria and works both online and offline in quite a few countries.
    Spoken Discourse: awareness raising for teachers and students
    June 30
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