Jan 9, 2015

[ELTeCS_PERU] Fwd: Teaching Adults – January 2015

This month’s highlight: watch the video on cultural expectations in the language classroom by OUP Teacher Trainer Stacey Hughes
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This month...
Introducing Navigate - your direct route to English success

Navigate is a brand new, six level General English course tailored exclusively to adults. Watch the video to find out more about this exciting new course!
Teaching culture
Part Two - Classroom culture

OUP Teacher Trainer Stacey Hughes looks at cultural expectations of what constitutes good teaching and learning in the second video of this six part series.
Making sense of assessment
Part Three - Spotlight on placement tests

In the third part of this language assessment series, Amy Malloy shows how you can use the results from a placement test to maximise the potential of your new class.
Using discussion boards for language learning

In today’s world, communicating online is an increasingly important skill. Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas and Donette Brantner-Artenie consider the reasons for using online discussion boards in the language classroom, the benefits to learning, and how teachers can use them effectively.
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