A four-part teacher training workshop
As teachers we know that our teaching practice is an ever-evolving, multi-faceted thing. By this definition, it can never be ‘complete’ or finished, because we are constantly adapting to new student needs and personalities, consistently implementing new activities and technologies. And yet in spite of this openness, this very necessary incompletion of our craft, as it were, our goal—in our steadfast efforts to best serve our students—remains the same: we keep reaching to be complete teachers.
We will cover warmers, giving corrective feedback, and approaches to teaching grammar in these workshops. Participants who attend all four sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion for, aptly enough, The Complete Teacher.
Session 2 - ‘Giving Corrective Feedback’
It’s no secret that giving corrective feedback is one of the trickiest aspects of being a language teacher: Correcting errors too bluntly could squelch our students’ willingness to participate; conversely, letting too many errors pass could enable them to develop some bad habits.
In this session we will discuss and practice some strategies in helping us approach such vexing questions as: what to correct, when to correct it, how to correct it, and so forth.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
This event is free.
The exhibition in America House displays major corruption schemes, as well as methods and approaches being used today around the world to fight corruption. It explains not only how corruption works, but also what is being done nationally and internationally to combat it.
The High Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine, the Independent Investigative Body and the Independent Prosecutorial Body are the three institutions that have been created to combat high-level corruption in Ukraine. We’ve decided to invite representatives from each of these institutions as well as the independent media to discuss these questions and other work they do in their areas.
This week we aren't just a talking about corruption, we are actively making solutions to it. In the Advancing English Proficiency program we're acting out how we can respond to and avoid corruption and be transparent.
In this week's WE@AH speaking club, our theme is how we can respond to corruption and sharing how corruption has affected our lives (and how we can overcome those negative effects).
Місто засинає, прокидається маф... Ой, ні! Прокидаються корупціонери! Неочікуваний поворот, еге ж? Приходь пограти в антикорупційну мафію разом з Гюнель Бабакішієвою – експерткою центру "Ейдос".
We would like to welcome all beginner-level English learners for a general English course at America House.
Three Australian lieutenants are court martialed for executing prisoners as a way of deflecting attention from war crimes committed by their superior officers.
We decided to gather eight young and uncorrupt active citizens who want to share their stories of how an average Ukrainian (spoiler: not only Ukrainian) can fight corruption in their daily life. Come to see the fierce battle of those who resisted corruption's challenge!