Unconventional Frameworks for Effective Speaking Clubs Training
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Thinking of starting an English speaking club? Or just looking for fresh ideas for your existing group? Join us for this special session on creating exciting, unconventional English speaking clubs.
We’ll be sharing dynamic activities that give participants maximum speaking time and introducing strategies for creating comfortable environments conducive to speaking practice.
This is a public event, open to anyone interested in running speaking clubs, but pre-registration is required:
The deadline for registration is December 21, 2016
Join us for this event and don’t forget to bring your passport or driver’s license.
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