Pearson Teacher Training Morning: Exploring the road to success Alicante
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- Villa Universitaria
- Calle Vicente Savall Pascual
- 16 • 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig
If you’re a teacher looking for inspiration, ideas for class, or the latest trends, you’ll find it all here in a relaxed, professional atmosphere.
09:30 • 10:00 Registration
10:00• 11:00 In one ear and out the other? Deconstructing Listening. Brian Engquist
11:00 • 12:15 New materials from Pearson for 2019. Pedro Vega
12:15 • 12:30 Break
12:30 • 13:30 Developing Learner Confidence. Michael Brand
13:30 Brunch and Pearson raffle: dictionaries, methodology and grammar books from Pearson
In one ear and out the other? Deconstructing listening Isn’t listening a piece of cake?
You press play, do the questions, check the answers and move on to something productive! In this session we’ll delve much deeper. What specific skills do our students need to develop to become good listeners, both for exams and in general? What activities lend themselves to the development of these skills? Let’s find out.
Brian Engquist has devoted nearly three decades to teaching English and training other teachers. He hopes to share his experiences and learn from others in the ELT community in an effort to improve the quality of teaching and enhance the joy of learning. He is Teacher Training
Developing learner confidence
Success in any form, be it in life or in the classroom, depends on confidence. It’s an essential ingredient but one that many learners lack. In this workshop, we’ll look at ways to help all learners develop confidence in using English. Real confidence is built on solid foundations and we’ll be examining the use of learning objectives, reflective tasks and the flexible use of materials to meet our learners’ individual needs and empower them to succeed.
Michael Brand is a Teacher Trainer for Pearson. A passionate linguist, he studied French and German at Durham University, followed by a PGCE in Modern Languages. Having taught in England and Spain, he has experience in the public, private and state-assisted sectors and has taught young learners and teens. He now spends his time training teachers on all things ELT and his interests include collaborative learning and the creative use of video.
As places are limited, please confirm you attendance before the 20th of June.
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