Here is a link to another great article from The Guardian, which examines different ways of incorporating technology into the language classroom. It is simple and clear, ideal for teachers just beginning to explore the possibilities that technology offers for enhancing the experience of our language learners.
I couldn’t resist sharing this here. I recognise too many in myself!
This year TESOL Greece supports Greece and its wonderful destinations and it is proud to announce a day trip to Nafplio with Christina Bakopoulou as a speaker. Find more info at our flyer https://smore.com/jgdm
Join the event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/140941819427215/
Here is a listening lesson from the BBC’s classic learning English website on the use of jargon in the news. Both the listening text and the worksheets are downloadable.
Ben Goldstein talks about his closing plenary session at The Image Conference in Barcelona on Saturday 8th June.
You can read more about Ben and his session here.
The Moving Image: A history of video in ELT
19-00 – 20.00
From the BBC’s series Follow Me in the 1970s to the YouTube Generation and the Decentralized Classroom, how has the role of video changed in the last 40 years? This talk will look at how the moving image has moved on and analyse what may happen in the future.
Ben Goldstein has taught English for over twenty years and currently works on The New School’s MATESOL program (New York). He is lead author of the adult coursebook series New Framework and The Big Picture (Richmond). He has also published Working with Images and English Unlimited Advanced (Cambridge). His interests in ELT include images, intercultural…
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See you there!
Today is the 25th birthday of Red Nose Day, so go on, do something funny for charity today!