Adrian Underhill and Chaz Pugliese 2 March 2019 - Context Zagraniczne Kursy Językowe Metodyczne Erasmus

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Earlybird registration finishes in:
Adrian Underhill
I am a trainer and consultant, writer and speaker. I’m a past President of IATEFL and current IATEFL ambassador, and series editor of Macmillan Books for Teachers, which includes my book Sound Foundations and the app Sounds: The Pronunciation App. I work with teachers and managers on developing ‘schools that learn’ and ‘intelligent school organisations’, and with teachers and trainers on ways of incorporating natural human faculties like intuition, playfulness and improvisation into classroom learning.
Chaz Pugliese
I am a trainer, presenter and author working out of Paris, France. I've lived and taught in 6 countries, have trained teachers in over 30 and have been a keynote speakers at several international conferences from Greenland to Malaysia to Brazil to China. Previously Academic Director of Teacher Training at Pilgrims. I've been in ELT for nearly 25 years: I hold an MA (TESOL), a CELTA and a Trinity Diploma and I'm completing my Ph.d. (My research is on the effects of Teaching Creatively on Motivation). I've written many articles/papers for all major publications on various aspects of ELT. My first book, Being Creative: the Challenge of Change in the Classroom, was published in 2010. My second book, The Principled Communicative Approach, written with Zoltan Dornyei and Jane Arnold, was published by Helbling in 2015. A third title, Creating Motivation was published in 2017. My research interests are: Motivation and Creativity in Language Teaching, Fluency and Spoken Grammar, Group Processes and Multiple Intelligences. In 2013 I founded, with Alan Maley, the Creativity Group.
In order to maximise the input during the workshops participants will be divided into 2 group and swap half-way through the event.

Adrian Underhill will run his sessions on:
New approaches to mistakes: Upgrades, corrections and teachable moments.
This workshop presents and practices seven powerful yet lesser known approaches to mistakes and correction. We will look at the difference between correction and the new concept of upgrade, and at the alternative strategies made available through the ccncept of teachable moments. These are all simple to use, playful and engaging by nature, apply to all levels, and, strangely, are not usually part of our current teacher training.

Chaz Pugliese will run his sessions on:
Milk it! Practical ideas for designing generative exercises and for thinking outside the coursebook.
Teachers are very busy people: dozens of lessons to plan, stacks of essays to grade, mountains of admin tasks that are as time-sapping as they are tedious. Because they’re strapped for time, many teachers tend to rely too heavily on the coursebook they use. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing per se, but often not exactly what’s needed to get a class of teen-agers going.
In this eminently practical session, we will look at a few strategies teachers can use to ‘milk’ an exercise from the coursebook and make it last a little longer, adding new stages to get more mileage, involving the students even more. (We will focus in particular on listening/reading comprehension work).
9:30 - 10:30 - Opening plenary session
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
Session 1 - 11:00 - 12:30

Group 1 - Adrian Underhill

New approaches to mistakes: Upgrades, corrections and teachable moments.  
Session 1 - 11:00 - 12:30

Group 2 - Chaz Pugliese

Milk it! Practical ideas for designing generative exercises and for thinking outside the coursebook.
12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch break
Session 2 - 13:30 - 15:00

Group 1 -Chaz Pugliese

Milk it! Practical ideas for designing generative exercises and for thinking outside the coursebook.
Session 2 - 13:30 - 15:00

Group 2 - Chaz Pugliese

New approaches to mistakes: Upgrades, corrections and teachable moments.     
15:00 - 15:30 - Coffee break
16:00 - 17:00 - Closing plenary session
Full day, intensive workshops with renowned trainers!
The venue:
Wydział Matematyki i Nauk Informacyjnych Politechniki Warszawskiej,
ul. Koszykowa 75, 00-662 Warszawa

Earlybird registration (ends 31 January 2019):
220zł
Late registration (after 31 January 2019):
320zł

Price includes coffee breaks.
Lunch is not provided but can be purchased at the campus.
Właścicielem strony jest:
Context Language Solutions Ltd.
5 The Mall, London, W5 2PJ
Wielka Brytania, Numer firmy 9720723
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