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Cambridge Day with Ben Goldstein in APPO
Представительство Издательства Кембриджского университета в России (Cambridge University Press), Cambridge Assessment English и Санкт-Петербургская Академия постдипломного педагогического образования (СПб АППО) приглашают преподавателей английского языка принять участие в Cambridge Day with Ben Goldstein in APPO.
Дата и время мероприятия: 04 июня 2019 года, 12.00-18.00
Место проведения: Санкт-Петербургская Академия постдипломного педагогического образования (СПб АППО): ул. Ломоносова, дом 11, 3 этаж, Актовый зал
Спикеры: Ben Goldstein (CUP), Elena Bogolyubova (Cambridge Assessment English Teacher Trainer)
11.30 - Сбор зарегистрированных слушателей, книжная выставка
12.00-13.00 - Ben Goldstein - The Power of Image
15.00-16.15 - Ben Goldstein - Keeping up with the Screenagers
16.30-17.45 - Elena Bogolyubova, Cambridge Assessment English Teacher Trainer - A2 Key and B1 Preliminary for schools 2020 - Preparing learners for the revised exams
17.45-18.00 - Выдача сертификатов
Участие в мероприятии бесплатно по предварительной регистрации
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Ben Goldstein is a teacher, teacher trainer, materials writer and international conference speaker. He has taught English for over twenty-five years in the UK, Spain and Hong Kong. He currently teaches on The New School’s online MATESOL program (New York). He has co-authored the secondary coursebook series Eyes Open and the adult series English Unlimited and Evolve as well as the teachers’ methodology handbooks. Working with Images and Language Learning with Digital Video - all published by Cambridge University Press. His main interests lie in intercultural and identity issues, visual literacy and English as an International Language.
Ben Goldstein 'The Power of Image'
Thanks to digital technology, never have we been able to access, create and manipulate such a great variety of images in so little time. This talk analyses ways images have been traditionally used in the language classroom – as visual aids or as prompts to language production – and seeks out some alternative which place the image at the centre of our classroom practice. Among others, we study how images can be exploited in their own right and used to foster intercultural awareness in class. In doing so, we will attempt to develop a visual literacy - encouraging adult students to interpret, rather than simply describe, these images.
Ben Goldstein 'Keeping up with the Screenagers'
We all know how video can engage and motivate today’s screenagers but are we making the best of the media? How can we really connect with our teenage learners through video? This talk begins by outlining the key roles of video and then analyses the changes that the digital age is making to the use of video in and outside class. We finish by showing ways that teenage students can think critically about the genre and create their own successful videos. Examples of student work will be shown.
Elena Bogolyubova, Cambridge Assessment English Teacher Trainer
Introducing A2 Key and B1 Preliminary for schools 2020 - Preparing learners for the revised exams
The Cambridge Assessment English presenter will first introduce the new formats A2 Key and B1 Preliminary, highlighting the changes coming into effect as of January 2020 and explaining the rationale behind these changes. We will present preparation tips and strategies for exam success as well as teaching activities to use with your class.
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