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Author and special educational needs specialist, Marie Delaney looks at ways to understand and engage students who find it difficult to concentrate in the classroom.
This webinar will look at what makes a good adult course book from both the student’s and the teacher’s perspective, and will consider how key teaching-learning aims can be facilitated. The practical examples used will illustrate how a good course book responds to the need for stimulating, up-to-date content and input texts, a good balance between a clear structural syllabus and meaningful communicative outcomes, and the importance of pronunciation in conveying intended meaning. Relevant examples of how all of this can be achieved will be taken from English File third edition.
If teaching teenagers can be difficult, and teaching them foreign languages more so, then teaching teenagers pronunciation can be truly challenging. In this webinar we will look at the reasons why teenagers may be uncomfortable with pronunciation practice and strategies for overcoming them.
Creativity is an important part of 21st Century Skills and Inquiry-based learning. Creative children grow up to be creative adults and learn how to be leaders and innovators.
Join Shaun Wilden, a freelance teacher trainer and materials writer for OUP, as he explores in detail the skills needed to run an online course. Find out how to get the most out of your students from enticing those who are reluctant to participate, to giving feedback, and dealing with typical problem scenarios.
This is the third in a series of workshops looking at online tutoring and working in the online environment.
Join Michael Man, OUP Online Platforms Trainer, as he shows you how to manage your www.oxfordlearn.com account.
Find out about the different roles you can have in an account: Organization administrator, Teacher and administrator, and Teacher, and the administration tools available to each role from managing classes to distributing login details.