How to ensure learners’ practice ‘makes perfect’
Venue: Av. Paulista, 509 - Bela Vista, São Paulo - SP, 01311-910 (see map)
Date: Friday 24 February, 2017
Time: 10h - 12h
In both teaching and learning proverb/idiom ‘practice makes perfect’ seems to fit the context of getting people more proficient in their communication skills. However, knowing that all learners are distinctive in their learning abilities, what are the elements teachers should be attentive to when assigning practice in class? Would observing their students in their efforts to become more competent in language learning a starting point to help in this process? The possibilities seem to be endless and you are invited to share your views on this theme with us.
About Maiza Fatureto:
With a BA in Portuguese and English, a post-graduate degree in International Marketing, Maiza Fatureto also holds Michigan Proficiency Certificate, the Certificate in English Language Teaching Proficiency and the ICELT certificate (Cambridge Esol). With extensive experience as a teacher trainer, she is an ELT Academic Consultant for Cambridge University Press, one of the authors of the eight Cambridge Teen Readers and the editorial project manager for Connect revised edition.
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