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Конференция для преподавателей английского языка – BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Conference 2019

Moscow
Teacher Training Conference
Experience
Excellence
Expertise
16 февраля 2019 Оставить заявку

Конференция преподавателей английского языка

Мы знаем, что каждый учитель рано или поздно достигает момента, когда начинает ощущать себя на пике своих возможностей. Объем знаний и опыт, полученные после стольких лет упорной работы, говорят нам, что цель достигнута, и путь пройден. Но это не так!

Наши методисты из разных уголков мира убедят Вас в обратном — предела нет. Конференция для преподавателей английского языка – это уникальный шанс для Вас. Вы зарядитесь положительной энергий, получите массу интересной и полезной информации, вдохновитесь идеями для дальнейшей работы.

Ждем Вас на BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Conference, 16 февраля 2019 года.

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Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Своими знаниями и опытом поделятся ведущие тренеры-методисты компании BKC-International House Moscow. Специальный гость конференции – Leo Selivan.
Olga Connolly, директор по обучению и тренер центра
Дорогие друзья!

Я рада пригласить Вас на нашу конференцию для преподавателей английского языка. В этом году она пройдет под девизом Experience. Excellence. Expertise.

Почему Experience? Нашей школе более 25 лет. Мы накопили уникальный опыт во многих сферах преподавания и обучения учителей, и теперь рады им поделиться.
Почему Excellence? Потому что мы ориентируемся на самые высокие стандарты и делаем нашу работу на отлично.
Почему Expertise? Потому что наши методисты — настоящие эксперты в преподавании английского и знатоки своего дела с международным опытом. Мы интернациональная команда профессионалов.

На конференции для преподавателей английского BKC-IH Moscow, я буду рада видеть как наших старых друзей, так и тех, кто придет к нам впервые.

Приходите и оцените наши experience, excellence and expertise!
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20
спикеров
более
20
лет опыта
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150
преподавателей

История основания в графике или как мы подошли к проведению конференции для преподавателей английского языка:

Основание международного Центра подготовки преподавателей английского языка как иностранного BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Centre при поддержке крупнейшей международной лингвистической организации International House (UK)
1996
Компания BKC-International House была официально признана Кембриджским университетом (Cambridge Assessment English) как Центр подготовки преподавателей английского языка. Это дало право проводить в Москве курсы для преподавателей английского языка Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) и Cambridge Delta (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).
1997
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более 3000 обученных преподавателей
2017
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BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Centre - это единственный в России Центр, предлагающий широкий спектр курсов и семинаров для преподавателей английского языка, среди которых кембриджские программы, курсы International House World Organisation, а также тренинги и семинары, разработанные специалистами Центра.
2018
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2019
Проведение BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Conference
Стоимость
Цена при регистрации до 13 января
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Для 1
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6 000
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до 13 января 2019 г.
Для 1
участника
7 500
рублей
при поздней регистрации
с 14 января 2019 г.
От 3 участников
Для группы
(за 1 человека)
5 500
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при ранней регистрации
до 13 января 2019 г.
От 3 участников
Для группы
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Спикеры конференции

Спикеры конференции – международная команда тренеров-методистов, за плечами которых сотни успешно обученных учеников и преподавателей. С их багажом знаний Вы перестанете рисовать себе планку и продолжите свой путь к успеху.

Вы спросите, в чем их секрет? Узнайте ответ 16 февраля на конференции для преподавателей английского языка, BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Conference 2019. Наши спикеры с радостью поделятся своим богатейшим опытом преподавания и широким пониманием методики.
Leo
Selivan
Topic 1: Misapplied Linguistics
Topic 2: Writing in L2: From Grammatical Mistakes to Lexical Opportunities
Leo Selivan has been involved in ELT for 15 years in various roles. He started his teaching career with the British Council in Tel Aviv, where, among other things, he was a content writer for the British Council & BBC website TeachingEnglish. Today, Leo is a freelance lecturer teaching courses in Second Language Acquisition, ELT methodology and corpus linguistics to pre-service and in-service teachers.

Leo has given teacher training workshops, and mentored teachers and teacher trainers in Azerbaijan, Armenia, France, Italy and Turkey. His professional writing credits include Lexical Grammar (published in 2018 by the CUP) and articles in Modern English Teacher, EFL Magazine, The Guardian Education as well as his own aptly-named blog Leoxicon (http://leoxicon.blogspot.com).
In recent years, there have been renewed calls for research to be a substantial source of teacher knowledge (Ur, 2012) and that our practice should be evidence-based (Mayne, 2013). However, much applied linguistics research remains unapplied, is often misapplied, or is downright inapplicable. The talk highlights some particularly notorious examples. When marking L2 students' writing teachers are naturally drawn to mistakes in grammar. However, very often a grammar mistake masks a gap in learners' vocabulary knowledge. We will explore how error correction can be given a more lexical focus and how a more integrated approach to reading and vocabulary can stimulate better lexical production in writing.
Olga
Connolly
Topic 1: Balancing Challenge and Support
Topic 2: The Multi-dimensional Approach to Using Texts in Class
DoS for BKC-⁠IH Moscow; Teacher trainer for Cambridge CELTA and Delta, and IH Teacher Development courses

A holder of a pedagogical degree and MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics (University of Portsmouth, UK)

Olga has been working at BKC-IH Moscow for 18 years. She started as a teacher of English and then developed her career as an academic manager and teacher trainer. She is also an IH inspector and CELTA assessor who has international experience of working in European, Asian, Middle Eastern and African countries. Although she is interested in a range of teaching and educational management areas, her passion has always been teacher training and teacher development.
Every lesson, every minute of the lesson teachers have to make choices. They see how students respond, how they manage and decide whether they need more help and support, or more push and challenge. Balancing support and challenge is not an easy task for a teacher. At my seminar we'll be looking at ways to make activities and materials effective for everyone in class. To make learning worthwhile every single lesson, every single minute. Texts (written or audio, authentic or non-authentic) are a great source of ideas and language. We use them for various purposes in class, but every individual text predetermines certain ways of exploring it, just because it is a unique text. The task that goes perfectly with one can easily ruin a lesson with another. In this seminar we will be looking at exploring texts to their full potential.
Edward
Evans
Topic: Now You’re Talking! - Speaking for International Exams
DoS for BKC-IH Moscow

CELTA, Delta, Cambridge CELTA trainer, PhD (Chemistry)

Edward has worked in BKC-IH for 13 years, having done CELTA here, started as a teacher then academic manager, as well as CELTA trainer, and having become Director of Studies this year.

He divides his time between a variety of teaching, training and educational management areas.
International exams are becoming increasingly important for students for their further education and their careers. We will discuss what factors are important to focus on for better results, what problems students need to overcome, and how we can improve their skills in class using engaging activities.
Anka
Zapart
Topic 1: SLA on the Carpet: Communication Strategies in VYL
Topic 2: The hills are alive with the sound of music! Using songs with VYL and YL
Senior ADoS for VYL and YL BKC-IH Moscow; teacher trainer for IH VYL course and IH CYLT course.

Anka has been teaching for 15+ years in Poland, the UK, Italy, Spain, Brazil and Russia. Her professional interests include second language acquisition in preschoolers in instructed settings, assessment for VYL and YL, literacy in the early years, CLIL and material development.
VYL constitute a large and growing group of learners around the world. However, at the same time, it is still an uncharted territory. The researcher and the publishers are trying to catch up but at the moment, we still know relatively little as regards what exactly happens and what should be happening during the lessons with the youngest students.

In this session, we are going to look at the results of a small scale study devoted to communication strategies in VYL and the implications for our everyday teaching life. I am not so sure about the hills but the classrooms (especially primary and pre-primary) definitely should be alive with the sound of music, songs and chants and in this workshop we are going to look at different ways of making sure that it happens.
Wayne
Rimmer
Topic: Pronunciation, Prose and Poetry
Dr Wayne Rimmer is a former Co-ordinator of IATEFL Pronunciation Special Interest Group.

Wayne was DoS at BKC-IH Moscow for 10 years.

Relevant publications include pronunciation activities for the Cambridge Empower coursebook series, Exam Success (Подготовка к ЕГЭ по английскому языку), articles on pedagogical grammar in Teacher Trainer Journal, Language Testing, Literacy and English Today.
A natural context for natural pronunciation is the written and spoken word and all the genres they include, whether metric verse or free-flowing prose. This session will demonstrate the potential of literature, interpreted very widely, to highlight pronunciation features and motivate learners to produce them.
Heather
Belgorodtseva
Topic: How to Develop Speaking (and not just Practice it)
Teacher Trainer for BKC-IH Moscow

BA in History (hons), Cert. Trinity TESOL, Delta, Post Graduate Certificate in Education

Heather has been a CELTA Teacher Trainer for 15 years and at at least 75 courses. Heather started her career as a teacher with BKC-IH Moscow in 1998 and had roles as both a teacher and an academic manager. She also spent ten years in her native UK working for private language schools and in the further education sector as a teacher and teacher trainer. She returned to Moscow and BKC-IH's Teacher Training Department in 2015.

Heather enjoys teacher training because she gets to spend her professional life talking about teaching. She is particularly interested in materials design and course design.
How to develop students’ speaking skills not just practice fluent speaking. We look at a framework for speaking lessons, the types of activities teachers can include, the type of language to focus on and how to use task repetition.
Anna
Kashcheeva
Topic: Using Online Tools and Authentic Materials for Teaching Students of Different Levels and Age Groups
IH Teacher Training Certificate, Delta, Degree in Teaching English (with distinction)

Anna has worked as a teacher and an Assistant Director of Studies. At the moment she is working as a teacher trainer developing and delivering full-time and part-time teacher training courses such as CELTA, IH CAM, IHC 1-2-1, IH CYLT, TKT 3 Modules, TKT YL as well as some in-house and off-site training programmes. Anna has presented at various conferences including IATEFL in April 2018 and she delivered teacher training events and webinars for universities, schools and other parties in Moscow and Moscow region.
The purpose of this presentation is to help newly qualified and experienced teachers create a collection of useful online resources. We will discuss some terms related to technology in ELT, look at various online tools and sources of authentic materials.
Tatiana
Polovinkina
Topic: Advanced Teaching Skills or Chasing a Wild Haggis
Teacher Trainer for BKC-⁠IH Moscow, Teacher trainer for Cambridge CELTA and Delta, Tutor for IH Teacher Development courses (1-2-1, CAM, BET)

MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics (University of Portsmouth, UK)

Tatiana has been working as a teacher for over 20 years. She has had experience working in primary, secondary and higher education, in state and private sectors in Russia, England and Scotland. She started as a teacher of English and then developed her career as an academic manager and teacher trainer. She was an ADoS for international exams in BKC-IH for a number of years before moving to full-time teacher training. In the last few years she has become particularly interested in international exams, feedback on writing, material design and continuous professional development. She has also participated and presented in high-profile international conferences, such as ALTE, IATEFL, IH AMT and CETA Symposium.
What kind of practical skills do teachers want to develop to advance beyond routine lesson procedures? Let’s question the existence of a separate set of expert teaching skills, and consider practical steps to become more effective in the classroom.
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Irina
Grekova
Topic: Opening Minds - Higher-order thinking skills for language learning success
Teacher trainer and assessor for Cambridge CELTA; a holder of a pedagogical degree and MA in TESOL (University of Wollongong, Australia).

Irina has been working for BKC IH Moscow in different capacities since 1999 - as a teacher, an ADoS, the Head of Teacher Training Department and a teacher trainer, running an array of teacher training courses, i.e. Certificate in Advanced Methodology, The Language Awareness Course, Pronunciation Course for Teachers, Delta Module One Preparatory Course, Language and Methodology, TKT Three Modules.

At the moment, Irina is running Cambridge CELTA courses throughout the world, in Shanghai, Izmir, Baku, Bangkok, Almaty, St. Petersburg and doing the assessment for different Cambridge Centres. Although teacher training development has always been a priority, Irina has never stopped teaching. She regularly runs IELTS intensive classes at BKC-IH Academic Centre.
This session is going to be a combination of theory and practice. We’ll try to work out what HOT (higher-order thinking skills) involve and how they are different from LOT (lower-order thinking), which cognitive processes involve more mental effort and how we can exploit this knowledge while choosing or designing activities for our lessons. During the session, we’ll be completing several speaking and reading tasks, analysing them from HOT/ LOT point of view.
Sarah
Thompson
Topic: Growth Mindset to Encourage Success and Motivation
MA Hons (Modern Languages), MA TESOL, CELTA, Delta, IH VYL, IH CYLT.

Originally from Northern Ireland, Sarah's teaching career began in Austria, teaching CLIL. She has worked in Moscow since 2003, both as teacher and DoS, specialising in Cambridge exams and teenagers, and has conducted teacher training sessions in various Russian cities. She has been with BKC-IH Moscow since 2014, where she has recently discovered her passion for 8-10 year olds and intercultural language learning opportunities. She is interested in researching rapport in the classroom and hidden psychological issues related to education.
The Growth Mindset is a current trend in education, which involves identifying negative traits among both students and educators which hold them back from achieving their potential. We will learn to identify and change the words we use, in order to encourage positive self-image, success and motivation.
Olga
Fomina
Topic: Setting Revision with VYLs
BKC-IH Moscow ADoS and teacher trainer for IH CYLT course

CELTA, Delta, IH DoS, IH TT (Teacher Trainer), IH BET (Teaching Business English), IH COLT (Teaching online) certificates.

Major interests: LOTE (Languages Other Than English), teaching YLs and VYLs, online teaching and modern technologies in teacher training. English teacher for more than 12 years.
If you feel your 3-6 year old students do learn new words but don’t remember them, this session is going to help you. We will have a look at some successful techniques and even parts of a lesson that can magically stimulate your VYL’ s language retention.
Rory Fergus
Duncan-Goodwillie
Topic: Rules and Routines: from YL to Teens
Senior ADoS for Young Learners BKC-⁠IH Moscow and ADoS for BKC-IH Krylatskoe, Kuntsevo and Strogino; Senior Teacher at BKC-IH Camp.

A holder of CELTA, IH CAM and Delta Module One qualifications, Rory has been working at BKC-IH for 4 years. He started as an English teacher and continued to become a senior academic manager. Rory has lived and worked intensively and with great passion in European and African countries with a focus on Young Learners between 10-17 years of age.
Whenever I ask teachers about information they wish they had known before their YL classes, usually they comment on the importance of consistent rules and routines and how to implement and maintain them. This session aims to show this knowledge clearly and concisely for all YL age groups, demonstrating techniques and structures that can be adapted to most ELT contexts.
Raul
Pope Farguell
Topic: How to (and not to) Teach Writing for Exams
ADoS for Modern Languages and Globus at BKC-IH Moscow

CELTA, Delta, MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics (University of Portsmouth, UK).

Raul has recently joined BKC-IH Moscow as ADoS. He has over 10 years’ teaching experience in a variety of contexts including China, Japan, Spain and the UK. Raul has published research on students developing their own grammatical accuracy through peer correction and has presented at the English UK Conference. He enjoys mentoring teachers and teacher training, as well as working with students to develop learner autonomy. Raul also examines for Trinity College London.
Like with exam preparation generally, preparing students to write for an exam is about creating a positive attitude to writing. By taking a communicative approach, fostering learner autonomy, and using vocabulary research for guidance, teaching writing doesn’t have to be like fighting a losing battle.
Maria
Molashenko
Topic: How to Spice up your Exam Classes?
MBA (The Exam Centre) ADoS for BKC-IH Moscow; CELTA Trainer,

MA in English Teaching (MGPU)

Maria has been working for BKC-IH since 2009. She started off as a teacher, then became an ADoS, and then a CELTA Trainer. Maria has worked in Asia and Europe. She's enthusiastic about teacher training and IELTS.
In this practical session teachers would learn several tasks and activities on how to make exam classes more varied and fun. IELTS is taken as an example of an exam class and activities are presented to practise certain aspects of this exam. Teachers will reflect on how to use these activities in their context.
Anastasiia
Dereviankina
Topic: The Importance of Positive Feedback on Speaking Activities
ADoS for BKC-IH Moscow

CELTA and Delta qualified (ITTC in Bournemouth, UK), a holder of MA in Philology, MA in Translation and Certificate of Academic Leadership (Bell Cambridge, UK).

Anastasiia has been working at BKC-IH Moscow for a year. She started working as a teacher of English 8 years ago, and 4 years ago she was promoted to an academic manager and, then, an academic director.

She has always been interested in a variety of teaching and management areas, but her preference is teaching adults in different contexts. Now, she is responsible for intensive and super-intensive courses at BKC-IH, and she is currently working on developing new courses in this sphere.
We will look at the importance of positive feedback on speaking activities, including feedback on students' emergent language, its impact on our students, and consider different ways of giving this.
Daniel
Saraiva
Topic: To Correct, or not to Correct?
ADoS and English Teacher for BKC-⁠IH Moscow

Daniel has a CELTA, an IH Certificate of Advanced Methodology and Delta Module One certificate.

Daniel taught English in Brazil for 5 years before coming to Moscow and now it has been 2 years that he has worked for BKC-IH. He is very interested in developing professionally and has recently become an ADoS. His goal now is to finish the Delta and become a teacher trainer in the future.
We will look into different techniques for correcting spoken mistakes and have the opportunity to put them into practice through role-plays. Also, we will analyse how to use coding when assessing written mistakes.
Vera
Silvanskaya
Topic: Grammar Presentation: Approaches and Techniques
ADoS for BKC-IH Moscow Tverskaya School

Vera has worked at BKC-IH since 2001, teaching all levels from Beginners to Proficiency. She started as a teacher of English and then developed her career as an academic manager. She has been in the BKC-IH management team for 10 years. Her special interests include teaching Intensive courses and exam classes.
The aim of the session is to show through a variety of activities that grammar embedded in a meaningful context not only helps the student to understand the target structure, but also motivates them to focus on the form, as a means to using the language.
Jonathan
Smilow
Topic: Teachers Need Language Awareness too!
ADoS for BKC-IH Moscow, In-Company and Business English.

Cambridge Delta in 2015. Received a BA in Political Science and English from the State University of New York at Albany.

Jon is in his second year as an ADoS at BKC-IH but has been teaching since 2006; mostly in Russia but also spent a year in China. He has worked with many of top Russian and international companies to provide and develop English courses over the past 10 years. His main role at BKC-IH is to provide support and training to teachers working with in-company and business English students as well as designing and implementing various ESP courses.
I'm going to share some fun ways to level-up your linguistic skills. Being more aware of the underlying principles of language will definitely improve your teaching ability as it will help you be more confident in answering those tough grammar questions, as well as understanding the reasons for learners' mistakes. We'll learn how to apply these skills to translating languages you've never heard of as well as how to invent your own language!
Natallia
Sedunova
Topic: Pronunciation: do they Really Need it?
Lead Instructor, EPAM Systems

Natallia is a CELTA and a Young Learners’ course tutor and a teacher of children and adults. She is a co-author of the Magic Box series for primary schools in Belarus. Having 15 years of DOS experience at International House Minsk, she has a vast expertise in teacher-training and school management. Currently, she works with employees, teaching them to communicate with their international customers for EPAM, one of the world’s leading IT companies. Her main area of interest is learner-centred techniques, with a focus on Learning Logs, Project Work, Negotiating Homework and Incorporating Pronunciation in general English classes and ESP.
The session will look at the challenges and approaches to teaching pronunciation. Participants will be offered ideas how to focus on aspects of phonetics and to design pronunciation activities.
David
Connolly
Topic: Using Venn-Diagramms to Clarify Language
David is a teacher with over 20 years’ experience. He has teacher training experience including running TKT: 3 Modules and giving teacher development seminars and workshops. He has worked with a wide range of ages and levels in Europe, Asia, and his native New Zealand. He is currently specializing in business and academic English and exam preparation. He also edits academic texts for publication. His special interests include academic writing and the underlying patterns of grammar.
Imagery of various types has long been used in ELT. These simple diagrams clarify confusing aspects of English including meanings, appropriacy, frequency. They alleviate some of the circularity of explaining language with language, which can be vexing at lower levels, and they clarify finer details at higher levels. Suitable for almost any teaching context.
John
Shaw
Topic: Making Feedback Fun Again
ADoS of Camp and Schools

CELTA, IH CYLT; MA in Early Modern European History; BA in History (The University of Manchester, UK)

John has been working at BKC-IH for over 6 years after completing his CELTA at Akcent IH in Prague. John teaches all ages groups and levels and has become the academic manager of English at BKC-IH Moscow camp Отдых+English, which runs all year around. Here programmes are thematic and there is a lot of emphasis on projects and inspiration in addition to the other skills and systems taught in the English classroom.
Feedback allows students to reflect on their content and check the accuracy of their answers. However, for many teachers the process is mechanical and teacher-centred which goes against the grain of a communicative lesson. This seminar looks at ways to make feedback fun!
Luis
Clavijo
Topic: Dictation
Luis has been and EFL teacher for over 20 years and has been teaching in Moscow, with BKC-IH, since 2013. He is a CELTA and Delta holder and has a keen interest in teacher development, developing his own skills, helping others develop theirs, and teacher training. In his free time, he loves playing tennis, cooking, watching films and series and listening to music.
Despite being regarded by students and teachers alike as boring, dictation happens to have countless creative and interesting uses in the ELT classroom, often involving very little preparation, while being at the same time a tremendously effective tool to develop our learners’ accuracy and fluency in all four skills. With this in mind, join me and together we’ll find out more about the ins and outs of dictation.
Vita
Khitruk
Topic: Improving Phonological and Phonemic Awareness in Pre-schoolers
FSA/FLEX exchange programme alumna; BA in philology, major English Literature. Kiev National University of Taras Shevchenko; MA in linguistics, major in general linguistics. Russian University for the Humanities; CELTA, IH Certificate in Teaching Young Learners and Teenagers, CAM, DELTA – in progress (module 1).

She first tried her hand at EFL in 2006 and was teaching intermittently until 2012, when she joined the family of BKC-IH. Her professional interests include a variety of topics, but she is particularly invested in teaching young and very young learners, assessment, bilingualism, and literacy.
Studies show that children with reading and writing difficulties demonstrate lower level of phonological and phonemic awareness. Pre-schoolers, studying English as a foreign language, have no chance to develop these skills through exposure and language play with their parents. What can we do to help our 4-5 year olds develop their phonological awareness?
Artur
Czech
Topic: Practising Writing at Higher Levels
ADoS for Satellite schools; BKC-IH Moscow; a holder of a MA in TESOL, BA in English Literature BA in Russian and Spanish translation.

Artur has been working at BKC IH Moscow for 6 years and has been teaching for 14 years different levels and age groups in different countries e.g. the USA, Spain, Russia, Hungary and Poland. His main interests in EFL are teaching and preparation for exams, cultural awareness and its influence on classroom procedures. Recently, he has been discovering teaching English in a business context.
The session focuses on different types of activities which help teachers and students to diversify their writing activities repertoire. Apart from the practical activities the session gives a theoretical background on different approaches to teaching writing e.g. process writing.
Elena
Tiutina
Topic: Isn’t it Time we Embraced Learning Opportunities in Monolingual Classrooms?
Elena is a language teacher and trainer. She has worked in ELT for more than 15 years. She has been teaching at IH Minsk since 2007, DoSing and training teachers on CELTA since 2015.

She is genuinely interested in finding more ways to empower teachers and learners in the classroom, as well as to inspire teachers to be independent in their planning and teaching.
Many language schools have policies banning the use of the mother tongue. However, there are teachers who use the language that they share with their students in the classroom and they probably do so with a sense of guilt. This session will show what hidden treasures the teacher and their learners can find using their native language. The participants will be presented with some effective ways and techniques of integrating activities to develop learners’ language and skills in monolingual environments.

Программа конференции

Time
Workshop
Room
10.30 – 11.00
Registration
1
11.00 – 11.30
Opening ceremony
1
11.30 – 12.30
Leo Selivan — Plenary session: Misapplied Linguistics
1
12.30 – 13.00
Coffee break
1
14.00 – 15.00
Lunch break
1
15.45 – 16.00
Coffee break
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16.45 – 17.00
Coffee break
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Closure and lottery
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Видеообращение к участникам конференции от Leo Selivan

Лео Селиван рассказывает, что же Вас ждет на Plenary session : Misapplied Linguistics.



Что вы будете делать на конференции BKC-IH 2019?

Поучаствуете в
мастер-классах
от ведущих тренеров-методистов
Возьмете автограф у Leo Selivan, автора книги ''Lexical Grammar''
Узнаете о
международной квалификации
преподавателей и как ее получить
Станете участником
бонусной программы
для преподавателей английского языка от
BKC-IH и IELTS Test Centre
Посетите ярмарку учебной литературы от ведущих издательств
Примите участие в конкурсах и розыгрыше призов
Встретитесь со своими коллегами
из разных стран мира
Получите сертификат на 7 академических часов

Как проходят наши лекции и семинары

Партнеры

Что вы будете делать на конференции BKC-IH 2019?

  1. Поучаствуете в мастер-классах от ведущих тренеров-методистов
  2. Возьмете автограф у Leo Selivan, автора книги ''Lexical Grammar''
  3. Узнаете о международной квалификации преподавателей и как ее получить
  4. Станете участником бонусной программы для преподавателей английского языка от BKC-IH и IELTS Test Centre
  5. Посетите ярмарку учебной литературы от ведущих издательств
  6. Примите участие в конкурсах и розыгрыше призов
  7. Встретитесь со своими коллегами из разных стран мира
  8. Получите сертификат на 7 академических часов
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