Projects for Teens – with Olha Madylus
For many teachers, projects are a great learning opportunity for younger learners but not for teen classes, where the pressure is on to prepare for exams and time is limited.
This webinar explores how projects can be an excellent way of helping students practise the language skills needed for exams as well as allow them scope for personalisation, creativity and also allow them to push their English beyond the exam level, while providing motivation and variety to exam-focussed classes. We will consider how projects can be used in the current times to support home-schooling and distance-teaching outcomes.
The webinar identifies what makes a project different to other learning activities and how those differences add value to the student experience both when working alone and in groups.
Olha Madylus has been involved in English Language Teaching for over 30 years: living, teaching and training in Greece, Hong Kong and Venezuela.
She is now a freelance materials writer, consultant and teacher trainer and trains teachers (and trainers) worldwide in locations as diverse as South Africa, India, Nigeria, Bosnia and Colombia.
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