Webinar archive

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Scott Thornbury - P is for Performance

This webinar explores the concept of Performance in the ELT world.

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Chia Suan Chong - Doing the Communicative Approach Online: Motivating students to speak

This webinar explores some practical ideas to motivate students to communicate in their online classes. 

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Laura Patsko - Moving your instruction online – fast!

This webinar looks at some of the challenges teachers are facing when teaching online and offers practical tips and solutions.

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Thom Kiddle - Principles and practices in asynchronous online learning

This webinar looks at principles and practices in asynchronous online learning.

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Laura Patsko - Integrating pronunciation with a coursebook-based syllabus

This webinar explores how to make the most of a coursebook’s pronunciation content, as well as some low-prep ways of exploiting pronunciation features hidden in the course.

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Online Spring Conference: Nick Beare - Accuracy and Fluency: getting the balance right

In this webinar, Nick Beare deals with why it’s so important for students to have fluency practice and how to achieve it.

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Online Spring Conference: Chia Suan Chong - Working with Images

This webinar looks at practical ideas and activities we can use to work with images.

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Online Spring Conference: David Farmer -Five Drama Games for Language Teaching

In this webinar, David Farmer introduces simple drama games and activities which can be easily implemented as a way of exploring and enhancing course book study.

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Online Spring Conference: Rhona Snelling - Teaching Lower Levels

In this webinar, Rhona Snelling explores what sets lower levels apart from other levels and how teachers can confidently approach teaching their classes.

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Online Spring Conference: Anna Hasper - Encouraging extensive reading to advance intensive reading skills

This webinar explores how we can make extensive reading more accessible and personalised for our learners in the hope to trigger a love for reading in all our learners.

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