The ability to communicate clear instructions in the classroom is a valuable skill which must be developed like any other. Yet, too often this facility receives little attention in the context of training teachers. In this session, we will discuss some reasons giving instructions is so important for students, how we can avoid common mistakes and reflect on how we deliver directions in our own classrooms. Participants will also get hands-on experience giving instructions for an activity.
Please remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Join us as we discuss with Graham Griffith, a US-based media strategist:
1) Media and democracy
2) Volume of information in modern media and the new challenges to journalism
3) How to create programming that responds to a constantly changing media landscape
4) Perspectives on broadcast journalism and user centered design
In this fast-paced workshop, Linda Norris and Rainey Tisdale will explore creativity theory and work with participants to demonstrate ideas for expanding individual and organizational creative practice.
Are you a performing artist? Have you ever dreamed of touring in the United States but don't know where to start?
In this session we’ll be discussing some of the major themes related to teaching pronunciation and how to easily integrate these topics into the EFL classroom.
For this week’s topic we’ll be discussing a variety of issues relating to the health and happiness of Ukrainians.