Reading and writing just got exciting!
Reading and writing are tested extensively in external and university entrance exams, but our lessons to develop these skills needn’t be dull! In this talk we’ll look at some activities that will get our students working collaboratively to get better at reading and writing – activities that will improve their skills and bring our lessons to life.
Getting to grips with feedback and assessment online
We’ve moved to teaching online, so it follows that feedback and assessment need to be dealt with remotely too. This transition has thrown up challenges but also opportunities for us teachers to add more strings to our assessment bow. In this webinar we’ll consider practical ways of dealing with both formative and summative assessment in an online setting.
Breathe some life into your online classroom
With our lessons having been moved online at short notice, secondary teachers have had to learn fast. In this webinar we look to provide support. We'll consider how to get the most out of our existing course material in an online sitting - which activities make sense? Which might we need to tweak? We'll also look at some handy online tools and consider how to motivate our learners, all with the aim of teaching online and winning.
Every student matters: mixed ability at Secondary
Help! There’s such a range of abilities in my class! Lots of my students need extra support and some need extra challenge! Secondary teachers know every student matters, but it’s sometimes difficult to attend to everyone in a diverse class. How can scaffolding help us? How can we best utilize collaborative learning? What about digital tools? This practical session will propose strategies and activities to help us meet the demands of a mixed ability class.
Pearson English Spring Webinars
We invite you to join us for our Pearson English Spring Days online learning event. Taking place from 4th – 15th May, 2020, you’ll be able to learn from over 40 webinar sessions from more than 20 leading experts in ELT, including plenaries from Jeremy Harmer and Dr. Ken Beatty.
How to teach exam students online?
This webinar discusses the tools and strategies required to help motivate and maintain focus for exam students studying in an online classroom environment.
We’ll be looking at techniques on how to encourage student-directed learning (SDL) and self-motivation, as well as ways to assign tasks and give feedback.
How to teach exam students online with Gold Experience?
As many teachers and students are currently moving their classes online, Billie Jago will deliver a webinar to share useful tools and strategies to motivate exam students and help them maintain focus.
Distance Teaching and Learning: Useful Tips for Making it Work
By Dr Ken Beatty
In this webinar, Dr. Ken Beatty, an expert on online teaching and learning, will focus on the needs of teachers and learners of all ages and at all levels. He'll explore how to get organized, plan effectively, stay motivated and keep learners engaged and answer key questions about online distance learning.
Digital Solutions for Online Learning
By Christina Cavage
Learn how you can leverage digital tools to deliver course content in an online environment. This session covers the how-to’s of using MyEnglishLab and other tools to keep your course moving and your students motivated.
Using Versant Placement Test as a Home-Based Assessment
By Nick Laul
Is your program in need of a home-based testing solution that will allow you to assess your students’ English language skills if your primary test is not available? In this session, you will learn about Versant Placement Test and how you can implement it with your program.
MyEnglishLab: Your Solution for Anytime, Anywhere Learning
By Janay Phillips
MyEnglishLab, a Language Management System, provides solutions for distance learning, anytime, anywhere. This session will walk you through the steps of registering your product, creating a course, and utilizing the wide array of tools available within MyEnglishLab.
How to deliver an engaging online lesson to teenage learners webinar
By Michael Brand
In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting. We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.