Top International Conference on English Language Teaching
10th Annual Trendy English Conference
60+ speakers
online
global reach
Find your way on Trendy X
Education will never be the same again. The time has come for non-standard decisions, fast responses and brave ideas.

New formats of learning and teaching are emerging, and as never before, it is vital to be open to all new trends, accumulate new knowledge, be on the same wavelength with innovative people, learn from the experience of those who are changing education and creating new reality.

Find your way is the main theme for Trendy X and the key trend for 2021-2022. In this vibrant ELT world it' s really vital to find your unique way in teaching and dealing with global challenges.

The main aims of the conference are exchange of proven experience of English language teaching and extensive online networking among speakers and participants.
Conference features
2 simultaneous tracks
Young Learners and Teens, Adults and Exams
Global coverage
The conference starts at 9 am Moscow time and finishes at 5 pm
Great variety of formats
Presentations, workshops, debates, creativity fair
Extensive networking
Great networking opportunities in the online ELT Cafe
Speakers
YL&teens
Adults&Exams
Schedule
November 27, Moscow time
YL&teens
Adults&Exams
09:00 – 09:10
Welcome
09:10 – 09:30
"Find your source of energy when teaching YL&teens"
Katerina Panfilova
09:30 – 09:50
"Find your way to deal with limited course book resources"
Anna Ivanskaya
09:50 – 10:00
Break
10:00 – 10:40
"Find your way to hybridize lessons"
Taia Ukrainchuk
10:40 – 10:50
Break
10:50 – 11:10
"Find your way to teach with comics"
Anna Tonkikh
11:10 – 11:30
"Find your way as a facilitator"
Elena Peresada
11:30 – 12:00
Happy Hour
12:00 – 12:40
"Find your way in successful tutoring young kids online"
Stephanie Secrist
12:40 – 12:50
Break
12:50 – 13:30
"Find your way in using phonics for Young Learners"
Karen Elliot
13:30 – 13:40
Break
13:40 – 14:00
"Find your way to get the most out of their energy online"
Alexandra Voronkova
14:00 – 14:20
"Find Your Way to Effectively Teach Young Learners Remotely"
Lesley White
14:20 – 14:50
Happy Hour
14:50 – 15:50
"Find your way to use whatsapp as a teaching tool"
Lira Karabeynikova

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"Find your tools and bring the colors"
Yelena Cherkassets

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"Find your way working with Emergent language"
Dilorom Mirsaliyeva

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"Find the way to create a chat room (in English)"
Eduardo Carranza Picas

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"Find the easiest way to create a CLIL lesson"
Nina Elbakieva

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"Find your way to optimise your lesson preparation time"
Olga Landa

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15:50 – 16:00
Break
16:00 – 16:40
Debates "It's better to be a universal teacher than to have a specialisation"
1) Alyona Kikhay
2) Polina Kordik

16:40 – 17:00
Closing
"Find your way as a facilitator"
Elena Peressada

Many teachers complain that their students are reluctant to speak in class. "Let's discuss" activities never work well for them. One of the approaches you might use to help students to participate in class discussions more actively is facilitation. Facilitation is a system of tools, techniques, and skills to help a group of people work well in making decisions and achieving their goals.To facilitate groups the facilitator must learn a set of techniques that over time will be part of their work "toolbox." In my talk I'd like to describe some of these techniques and try them with the participants.
"Find your source of energy when teaching YL&teens"
Katerina Panfilova

Teaching yl&teens is challenging because of the energy loss and constant alertness. Modern teachers are always ready: unexpected things might happen. Moreover, multi-tasking has become part of our lives. How can we find our source of energy in between the classes, when there's not much time? We'll talk about simple techniques and massive theory behind them.
"Find your way to deal with limited course book resources"
Anna Ivanskaya

I'm going to share my way of planning, that helps to increase students' vocabulary and to promote speech development even if the language material provided in a textbook is quite scanty.
"Find your way to teach with comics"
Anna Tonkikh

Comics are everywhere these days! Our theaters, our devices and even our closets… While students (especially the TEENS!) may be well-versed in comic books and popular culture, classroom implementation is dependent on teacher familiarity with and literacy in comic books and culture. This workshop aims to discuss the value of comics for the classroom and analyze comics elements, such as captions and panels, in relation to teaching the four language skills. We will also look at tools and resources available for educators to introduce and explore comics with learners.
"Find your way to hybridize lessons"
Taia Ukrainchuk

I would like to share my experience about hybrid learning within Trendy English conference. The hybrid lesson is a kind of a lesson when some of the students are in the classroom offline with a teacher, and some of them join the same lesson online. In the webinar "Find your way to hybridize lessons" I'm going to present some methodological and technical ideas on how to organize an effective hybrid class.
"Find your way in successful tutoring young kids online"
Stephanie Secrist

Teaching online can be difficult—and a unique opportunity to connect with students! This session will give you specific strategies, tools, and practice in engaging young students, activating their participation, and teaching online in a memorable way.
"Find your way in using phonics for Young Learners"
Karen Elliot

The alphabetic code gives us a great deal of information about English sound-spelling relationships and is an excellent tool for teaching pronunciation and literacy skills in EFL. Karen explains the code and other key aspects of synthetic phonics, providing resources and activities which teachers can use with their infants and primary students, including some for use in an online classroom setting.
"Find your way to get the most out of their energy online"
Alexandra Voronkova

I'm going to give some practical tips and solutions to help teachers provide physical activities online, how to grab their attention and make them glued to their screens. I'll show how to give young students opportinities to move like in offline classroom and study online effectively at the same time.
"Find Your Way to Effectively Teach Young Learners Remotely"
Lesley White

The challenge of teaching young children EFL online lies in the fact that it is more difficult to retain their attention without the usual personal interaction. This presentation will suggest multisensory language teaching strategies which aim to make it possible to engage Young Learners effectively even when they are located remotely. I will focus on step-by-step lesson planning using multisensory strategies with practical examples that can integrate Letterland's unique, child-friendly methodology with online teaching practices and resources.
"Find your way working with Emergent language"
Dilorom Mirsaliyeva

This short talk demonstrates different ways to deal with learner language such as explicit reformulation, teacher clarification/confirmation request, elicitation and etc during interactions with learners These strategies have been developed from a presenter's teaching experience and can be easily implemented.
"Find your tools and bring the colors"
Yelena Cherkassets

Even though Zoom is currently the most popular online teaching platform, many teachers still struggle to embrace its potential. One of the most underestimated in-built functions is the whiteboard. Since it is a digital tool, it provides unlimited ways of classroom application in order to cut preparation time and increase students' engagement in the learning process. In this workshop, the attendees will learn how use the features of whiteboard in order to do: - concise graphic topic explanations; - infographics and statistics; - interactive activities; - modeling the task; - supporting the student during online learning.
"Find the easiest way to create a CLIL lesson"
Nina Elbakieva

I am interested in CLIL method and always glad to share my knowledge and experience in it. I would like to tell about 4 steps how to prepare a CLIL lesson for your students. These steps will help you integrate CLIL into your lessons without spending too much time on creating them.
"Find your way to optimise your lesson preparation time"
Olga Landa

As a rule creative and passionate teachers put lots of effort to prepare a good lesson plan, searching for proper materials and ways to make students focus well. I would like to suggest some ideas how to make this process less time-consuming being still effective and how to involve your teens in preparation the materials.
"Find the way to create a chat room (in English)"
Eduardo Carranza Picas

In the 4 years I've been living in Russia most of the studets that have come to me, are afraid of speaking and those who are not, do not have the skills to do it. Sometimes or most of the times teachers (or the systen they use) focus primarily on grammatical structues, vocabulary and repetition of made-senteces. The truth is that we learn our first language by speaking and not by learning the rule. In this conference I'll give some tools you can employ to boost the conversational skills during your lessons.
"Find your way to use whatsapp as a teaching tool"
Lira Karabeynikova

WhatsApp is an immensely popular, simple and versatile messaging app. While some schools keep excluding mobile phones from the classroom, others successfully use WhatsApp as a teaching tool. It may seem strange to encourage students to spend more time looking at their phones in class, but there are numerous advantages of using this application. I would be pleased to share them during my talk!
09:00 – 09:10
Welcome
09:10 – 09:30
"Find your Way around the first Diagnostic Session with Adults"
Eugenia Tyshlangova
09:30 – 09:50
"Find your way to effective ways to boost your learners' results by increasing their awareness of the learning process"
Anna Nakleishikova
09:50 – 10:00
Break
10:00 – 10:20
"Find Your Way Through the Danger of Skill"
Anna Pechorina
10:20 – 10:40
"Find your way to bridge the gap in communication with the BRAVE Framework"
Antoine Marcq
10:40 – 10:50
Break
10:50 – 11:10
"Find your writing first aid kit just before the exam"
Iuliia Dementeva
11:10 – 11:30
"Find your unique approach to creating speaking classes"
Anastasia Polyanskaya
11:30 – 12:00
Happy Hour
12:00 – 12:40
"Find your way in using video in class. Social Shorts: Using short films and videos to raise awareness of social issues."
Kieran Donaghy
12:40 – 12:50
Break
12:50 – 13:10
"Find your way to revive the grammar approach for adults"
Helga Drogan
13:10 – 13:30
"Find your Zen and master Russian state exam 2022"
Tatiana Odintsova
13:30 – 13:40
Break
13:40 – 14:20
"Find your way (back) into coursebook texts"
David Byrne and Mark Heffernan
14:20 – 14:50
Happy Hour
14:50 – 15:50
"Find your way to make low-prep speaking activities"
Ekaterina Stukun

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"Find Your IELTS"
Maria Molashenko

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"Find your way to teach without coursebooks"
Natalia Ivleva

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"Find your way to digitalize your classroom without a prep"
Irina Ozolina

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"Find your way to fluency via pronunciation"
Surovegina Julia

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15:50 – 16:00
Break
16:00 – 16:40
Debates "It's better to be a universal teacher than to have a specialisation"
Alyona Kikhay
Polina Kordik
16:40 – 17:00
Closing
"Find your Way around the first Diagnostic Session with Adults"
Eugenia Tyshlangova

At the talk we will be looking at the effective way of the first diagnostic session with adults with some elements of Neurolanguage coaching. By the end of the talk the participants will have taken away a clear algorithm of the successful session which will allow them to diagnose the strenghts and weaenesses of the student, hep them find motivation, as well as make a plan for the next lessons and find out the approaches/methods which will work with this particular student.
"Find your way to effective ways to boost your learners' results by increasing their awareness of the learning process"
Anna Nakleishikova

Any teacher dreams of having autonomous students who would do their homework, watch films, and talk to foreigners to practise their English outside of the classroom. There aren't so many students ready to do all of this out there though. Could we help them as teachers? Could we increase their motivation to study and reach their goals? In my presentation, I will introduce a range of techniques and ideas that help learners to stay motivated and ready to get to the level they really need.
"Find Your Way Through the Danger of Skill"
Anna Pechorina

In this session we will look into several striking real-life cases which clearly demonstrate how skills can kill your performance during the test and what you can do to prevent this. We will explore the nature of skill which is at the core of test preparation and delve into stages of skills development. This will help you to avoid unrealistic expectations of yourself and your students and make your test preparation way more successful.
"Find your way to bridge the gap in communication with the BRAVE Framework"
Antoine Marcq

Are we really in the era of communication? What can we language teachers do to give learners the tools necessary to excel at personal and professional communication? In this workshop, we are going to train to apply Dan Shapiro's BRAVE Framework to ELT sessions. Our students are going to reach a totally new level of language expertise and communication dexterity. You are going to be able to apply the strategies and activities from the workshop readily in your own sessions.
"Find your writing first aid kit just before the exam"
Iuliia Dementeva

As the exam draws near, many exam CAE, CPE, EGE or IELTS candidates lose confidence. Their most common fears? Not being able to produce two pieces of writing within the time limit and doubting whether they have grasped the writing criteria. In my talk, I'm going to propose a solution called the Writing Clinic. It is a frame, a lesson plan and a tool that has contributed to improving the CAE writing results of over 100 students at the Polina Kordik School.
"Find your unique approach to creating speaking classes"
Anastasia Polyanskaya

Sometimes we can feel really stuck with a topic and coming up with discussions for speaking classes/clubs. I'd like to share some tips and secrets where to find ideas; how to make a speaking class using just a several question from a unit in a course book: and how to not spend an entire day preparing for the class.
"Find your way in using video in class. Social Shorts: Using short films and videos to raise awareness of social issues"
Kieran Donaghy

In this practical session we will examine how short films and videos can be used to raise awareness of social issues and values in the language classroom. We'll explore a number of practical, generic activities which foster both oral and written communication as well as vocabulary acquisition. Teachers will go away from the session with a better understanding of how to use short films and videos to promote social justice and a number of tried and tested activities to use with short films and videos.
"Find your way to revive the grammar approach for adults"
Helga Drogan

Whether English teachers need to use vocabulary or grammar as a basis of their instruction has been a hot topic of discussion in the ELT community for the past decade. And the grammar-based approach is usually considered outdated and associated with school-like teaching. However, adult students often prefer grammar structures to be delivered to them explicitly. That's why in my presentation, I'm going to talk about how to utilize the aspects of the grammar-based approach freshly and productively while teaching adult students and not to be branded as boring or old-fashioned.
"Find your Zen and master Russian state exam 2022"
Tatiana Odintsova

In 2020-2021 teachers faced a lot of hardships. But the year 2022 has something new in store: an updated version of the Russian State exam. Are the changes for the better? We'll see later. However, for the time being we need to do our best to master this new format of writing and speaking tasks. In this workshop, the participants will discuss the peculiarities of the new tasks. We will talk about the strategies of effective lesson planning for exam classes and try out several activities that work in practice.
"Find your way (back) into coursebook texts"
David Byrne and Mark Heffernan

Our coursebooks are full of rich texts but for various reasons, they are under-exploited in the coursebook itself. This talk will make the case for returning to these texts and exploiting them further to develop all 4 skills as well as our students' study skills. For this we will make use of DELTA's 'On Point' series and examine what more can be done with their texts. You will leave this talk with practical ideas you can bring into your classroom immediately.
"Find your way to make low-prep speaking activities"
Ekaterina Stukun

I am going to share my favourite speaking activities that require a little preparation, so you will always have a couple of ideas up your sleeve in case your need to change your lesson plan or want to jazz up the coursebook you are using.
"Find Your IELTS"
Maria Molashenko

We'll cover 3 most common and scary aspects of teaching IELTS. You'll find out the solutions and will be inspired to conquer this IELTS world which could be productive and super rewarding. Do join in for some quality IELTS chat, all right?
"Find your way to teach without coursebooks"
Natalia Ivleva

The talk is planned to be based on ways and approaches to teaching business students without sticking to any specific coursebook on their professional area. The talk will be focussed on the target audience these approaches work with and teaching methods used for achieving required results by students. Moreover, the speaker will share online resources which might come in handy to implement the approach on coursebook-free teaching.
Coming soon
"Find your way to digitalize your classroom without a prep"
Irina Ozolina

We frequently ask ourselves if there is a pill or the USB drive or a link we can take or inject for a perfect lesson without a prep for busyteachers. This pill is my talk where you will grasp the main digital resources for the positive use in the ESL Classroom without the preparation. I really mean it that you can take them and make the most of your classroom. Today's apps, though, have many features but are some of them a blessing or a curse?
"Find your way to fluency via pronunciation"
Surovegina Julia

We will take a look at how your pronunciation influences your fluency and how lack of phonetic knowledge and skills creates hurdles on your way to a more natural speech, makes your stumble and pauses when it could be avoided. We will come to grips with some features of connected speech and see how it may impact your listening skills and those of your students. We will get to the bottom of how to implement some of these techniques into your own classes.
Registration
November 27
- Live streams of 2 tracks
- Conference recordings
- Certificate of participation

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Tatiana Bogdanova
I got millions of ideas to implement into my classes, lots of insights on CPD, bright emotions through networking with colleagues and friends from all over Russia. Thanks Trendy for the perfect conference management and interesting speakers!
Alexandra Poyarkova
It's been so nice among like-minded people! Lots of ideas for inspiration! 550 participants and the global live stream coverage!
Paul Newson
Well, I have to say that i really enjoyed with the awesome team of Trendy English.
So many visitors and interesting seminar sessions to tantalixe one's taste buds. I wish i could have spentmore time there but alas I arrived a bit late and had to leave early to do bloody work(((
Tatiana Loktionova
Many thanks for the quality product (conference). I was under the impression that we were doing everything in a fun, easy and playful way. You've got a great team. Pleased to meet you all. Way to go!
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