Good practice in the English Teaching Classroom
Project-based learning, task-based learning, the outdoor classroom, CLIL,
multilingualism.... many contemporary approaches but - when done well
they all share one thing: good practice.
Over twelve days, and spending time both in the classroom at Bridge Chambers
and out and about around beautiful Devon, we will look at, share, develop and try
out techniques borrowed from the various teaching approaches but that derive
from Good Practice.
Topics will include vocabulary learning, generation language, guiding input,
supporting output, encouraging accuracy, and making projects work.
Visits can include Tintagel, Hartland Quay, Illfracombe, Clovelly and Lynmouth.
After 28 years in Spain, Fiona now lives in Oxford, working as a materials writer,
teacher trainer, and speaker. Her writing is mainly for secondary, adults,
or Graded Readers, but she also writes teacher development materials and short courses.
She is co-editor of the IATEFL TDSIG e-bulletin and one of the two founders of EVE: Equal
Voices in ELT.
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