Martedì 7 marzo | 17:00 – 18:00 | EVENTO CONCLUSO
Grammar has a bad reputation. For most students simply the mention of the word ‘grammar’ is enough to get them to switch off even before the lesson has begun.
Teachers, for all their efforts, are then dragged into the students expectations of how grammar lessons should be – boring, passive and unengaging.
But teaching grammar doesn’t have to be this way, it doesn’t have to be the painful experience that it often is.
With examples from National Geographic Learning’s New Close-up series, in this webinar we’ll explore how we can teach grammar effectively through context and in doing so help bring grammar to life.
Alex Warren is a DELTA trained teacher trainer with over 15 years’ experience of working in ELT as a teacher, academic director and teacher trainer. Prior to his experiences in ELT, Alex worked as a journalist before a chance encounter in the Indonesian jungle began him on the path which has led him to working with National Geographic Learning. A firm believer in a communicative approach to language learning and student-centred learning, Alex enjoys working with innovative, thought-provoking materials and presenting on a wide range of ELT-related topics, all the while driven by his passion for developing teachers on a global scale and helping them to reach their true potential.
Webinar per Insegnanti di Scuola Secondaria di secondo grado.
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