The presenter will discuss why to use music in the classroom. She will share student feedback from her own classroom. The presenter will discuss the types of music she uses in class and the many different ways that music is incorporated. After viewing this presentation, please feel free to contact Kerisa by email if you are interested in any of the songs that she uses in her classroom or to share more about using music in the classroom.
En el vídeo presentaré en qué medida es importante el aspecto cultural para la enseñanza-aprendizaje de un idioma y cómo podemos incluirlo en nuestra progresión, ya sea como profesor de idiomas o como estudiante autodidacta.
Want to learn how to use games in the classroom or in tutoring sessions to teach a language? In this video, we’ll go through why you should use games for kids and adults, which concepts you can teach, 5 of my favourite games to use, and a demo on how to use them. Watch this short video and make language learning fun!
Learn how to use 4 free tools to flip your ESL classroom to create more value for your students, and how organize your lesson planning to make your teaching life easier.
Permíteme presentarte a mi fiel compañero de viaje que siempre me acompaña en todos mis viajes: el warmer. ¿Has usado alguna vez algún warmer en tu clase de lenguas? ¿Conoces todos los beneficios que pueden ayudar al proceso de aprendizaje de tus estudiantes? ¿Qué son, cómo utilizarlos y en qué momento de la lección? Si sigues sus 10 mandamientos, dominarás esta corta pero esencial actividad en tus clases.
I’ll talk about the do’s and don’ts when you start learning German (or another new language) in a brain-friendly way – what might get in the way and what to do instead; and revealing the ‘secrets’ of a successful language learner.
We ACQUIRE language by interacting in meaningful ways through communicative cues. This video focuses on gesturing and circling, two strategies that are very useful for anyone striving to communicate more clearly and efficiently. C.I. Tips is especially compatible with storytelling (TPRS) and countless other activities in the 2nd language classroom.
This presentation will show two examples of which are to be the songs that most fully exploit all basic language skills, including Intercultural Communicative Competence; as well as practical strategies to bring them to life in the classroom.
Frank talks about successful teaching and learning in the English-language classroom. He shares his approach–based on Jeremy Harmer’s ESA model–for teaching academic writing to adolescent and young adult upper-level English language learners.
He addresses the following questions:
How can teachers help students learn successfully using a model called ESA: engage, study, activate?
What can teachers do to engage students?
What are some effective study activities?
How can teachers help students activate their learning?
I will be sharing a number of books, dictionaries and vocabulary cards to talk about the importance of building vocabulary in the target language, Spanish.