Aug 22, 2012

[ELTeCS_PE​RU] Cambridge English Teacher

22 August 2012

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Jack Richards: Where do I go from here?

Things to do on Cambridge English Teacher

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Jack Richards: Where do I go from here?

29 August 2012: 2pm (UK time)

Join us on 29 August when Jack Richards will examine the nature of professional development, both from the perspective of an institution, as well as that of the classroom teacher.

Jack will also be discussing a number of strategies for teacher-initiated professional development, so don't miss out on this exciting webinar by registering today.

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Things to do on Cambridge English Teacher

Download the latest webinar recordings:

•Russell Stannard's Connected Classroom

•Nicky Hockly's Teaching Online

•Mike McCarthy's Written Grammar versus Spoken Grammar.

Visit the resource section to download today.

Get involved in the latest discussion

In a recent article, Nick Robinson explored methodologies for teaching English for Special Purposes (ESP). If this is something of interest to you or you have a question or view on the subject, come and take part in the latest discussion forum.

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Did you know?

Your journal is a handy tool which can help you keep notes on key things you have learnt.

You can use your journal to:

•focus on your responses and reflections to new ideas and subjects

•capture important notes from workshops, courses, books and articles

•make a note of important conversations

•record relevant and significant experiences in the workplace.

Maintaining a journal will really help you to:

•keep a record of your thoughts and ideas

•demonstrate how you have developed over time

•identify areas that you might need to develop further.

Sign in to access your journal on Cambridge English Teacher.

Why don't you start recording your thoughts and ideas today Cesar?

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Essential maintenance

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Many thanks,

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[ELTeCS_PE​RU] Recommended Book

Dear colleagues,

A highly recommended book you can download 'Focus on the teacher'

Teaching English – British Council

Focus on the teacher

The different contributors focus on different aspects of the teacher training process. Some look at specific methodologies and technologies for the ELT classroom; others at training design; and others at exploring teacher attitudes and motivation.

Have a happy reading!

Leo Marín Manuel López

IATEFL-PERU President and Vice President