25th March 2022 (from 12:00 / 16:00 / 23:30 EET).
We all make mistakes – it’s inevitable. Errors are a natural and expected part of language learning. How much do you correct your learners? Do you do it enough? This session aims at answering these questions while providing different strategies to adopt in your lessons.
Date: 17th March 2022 – from 12:00 / 17:00 / 23:30 EET.
In this session, Carol Read will present a pedagogical framework and practical ideas, based on stories, songs, games, content-based learning and projects (including some from THE WHEELS SERIES), for integrating the development of global skills effectively in the early years.
Reading: What works? How to Teach Children to Read Fluently Through Phonics (PART TWO) – Collins International Webinars
Date: 9th March 2022, from 12:00 or 18:00 EET / Speaker: Charlotte Raby.
In the second Reading: What Works webinar, Charlotte Raby will explore how to use phonics to teach the complex alphabetic code to ensure every child can read and spell. She will discuss the impact of fluency on reading comprehension and how to teach children to read fluently so they understand every word and can read it with feeling.
14-25 February 2022 (12:00am, 16:00pm / 23:30pm EET).
Register now and improve your teaching skills!
All attendees will benefit from: Free virtual goodie bags every day, Personalised certificates, Macmillan Education course showcases, Handouts for every session.
Monday, 21st February, 2022 (10:00 – 11:00 EET / 19:00 – 20:00 EET).
Besides making reading fun and teaching children about story structure, our aim as teachers of English should be to encourage students to develop a moral code upon which they will develop their role in basic desires, conflicts, and relationships in life.
The Real World and the Classroom: Developing Global Skills for Adult Learners – with Macmillan Education
Thursday, 3 February 2022 – 12:00 / 17:00 EET.
In this webinar, Rhona Snelling explores the importance of global skills for adult learners, and the relationship between the classroom and the real world.
This interactive webinar will cover techniques and points to remember, and present practical classroom activities and ideas.
26 January 2022 – 19:00 EET
Join Scott Thornbury for a webinar that will explore the most effective approaches to teaching English Grammar.
You will be entitled to receive a certificate of attendance for attending this webinar.