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Manageable learning in practice: Clarifying new language

Manageable learning in practice: Clarifying new language

Date: Thursday 20 October

Time: 09:00

This webinar looks at some of the challenges that face learners when teachers want to clarify new vocabulary or grammar. We will talk about issues such as the amount of language we teach, the kind of language that is 'teachable' and ways in which we can teach it. This session will have a very practical focus on teaching techniques that aim to support learners and make the learning experience more manageable for students. This is an ideal session for less experienced teachers and those wanting to brush up on language clarification teaching skills.

Craig has been involved in ELT for 30 years. He is Cambridge DTEFLA qualified and also has an MA Hons in Applied Linquistics. He has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in many different countries including England, Italy, Egypt, Sweden and New Zealand. He is Director of Teacher Training at Languages International, Aukland, and is a Cambridge English Language Assessment Teaching Awards assessor for both the CELTA and DELTA schemes. Craig has extensive experience developing and teaching English language courses to adult learners, including ESP and EAP courses. Craig is co-author of Cambridge English Empower, Real Listening and Speaking Level 2 (2008) as well as being author of Teacher Training Essentials (2010) and Cambridge Academic English Intermediate (2012). 

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