Webinars

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WEBINARS

APPI | Cambridge Assessment English | Cambridge University Press

 

Webinar ‘Being me’ – 22nd February 7 p.m.

In large classes of young learners, how can we ensure that we are meeting each child´s emotional and social needs? This webinar will present teachers with ideas and activities which aim to promote positive interactions within the English language classroom. We will explore how we can provide positive experiences for our primary learners, fostering an enjoyment for learning, for the English language and beyond.

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Presenters:

Andrea Tolve is currently Head of Teacher Training Iberia for Cambridge University Press and has been working in the ELT world since 1999. She started working in Zagreb, Croatia as a teacher and coordinator of private language schools before moving to Spain in 2003. On moving to Spain, Andrea was a teacher and account manager at International House Madrid and followed this by becoming a Director of Studies at her own school. She has a Master of Arts in Education specialising in Applied Linguistics with the Open University.

Rachel Jeffries started her teaching career in 2008 as a secondary teacher of Drama in the UK, later moving into the world of ELT. She has experience in teaching a wide range of nationalities, in various countries including Italy, Australia and Spain and all ages from pre-primary to adults.   She holds the PGDE (Post Graduate Diploma in Education) and the DELTA (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Rachel is currently a Teacher Trainer at Cambridge University Press Iberia.

https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeEnglishPortugal/ 

http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/pt/ 

 

Upcoming Webinars! 

Webinar ‘Does exam practice make perfect? Depends on the practice’ – 1st March 7 p.m.

How do you get the most out of practice tests in your classroom? With the right scaffolding, learners can be exposed to authentic examination papers early on, and in this session we discuss how to tackle the tasks in a positive and collaborative classroom environment, sharing best practice.

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Presenter:

Stuart Vinnie has been involved in English language teaching for over 20 years, first as a teacher (in the UK, Japan, Thailand, Portugal and China), and later as a teacher-trainer for Cambridge University Press (Asia and Spain). He now works in Spain for Cambridge Exams Publishing. He holds a DELTA and a Master´s in TESOL.

 

 

Webinar ‘Developing Speaking Skills in the Classroom’ – 8th March 7 p.m.

What do we mean by Speaking skills? How are these best practised and elicited in the classroom context? This webinar will look at these questions, and give you some takeaway tips and techniques to use in your classroom.

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Presenters:

Luísa Geão started teaching before finishing her degree in Portuguese and English. She worked in Belgium and Austria, after which she moved back to Portugal to start her editorial career. She worked in different areas of the business for publishers including Porto Editora, Pearson, and Oxford University Press. In May 2016, she moved to Madrid to join Cambridge Assessment English, as Network Services Manager. Since 1st March 2017 she has been Country Manager, Portugal.

George Heritage joined the team in Madrid as an Assessment Services Manager at the beginning of March 2016, after working in the Cambridge English Assessment department in Cambridge for 3 years. Prior to that, he taught a variety of Cambridge exams to all levels and ages in Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Costa Rica and the UK for nearly ten years. He holds a degree in Spanish and Portuguese and a Cambridge English CELTA.

https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeEnglishPortugal/ 

http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/pt/ 

 

Past Webinars:

Webinar ‘Giving Feedback on Writing’ – 8th February  7 p.m.

We all give feedback on writing in different ways – some of these are more useful and appropriate than others, depending on the  type of writing we are working on, and the aims and objectives of the feedback. This webinar will look at different approaches to supporting and developing your students’ writing skills through constructive and helpful feedback.

Presenters:

Luísa Geão started teaching before finishing her degree in Portuguese and English. She worked in Belgium and Austria, after which she moved back to Portugal to start her editorial career. She worked in different areas of the business for publishers including Porto Editora, Pearson, and Oxford University Press. In May 2016, she moved to Madrid to join Cambridge Assessment English, as Network Services Manager. Since 1st March 2017 she has been Country Manager, Portugal.

George Heritage joined the team in Madrid as an Assessment Services Manager at the beginning of March 2016, after working in the Cambridge English Assessment department in Cambridge for 3 years. Prior to that, he taught a variety of Cambridge exams to all levels and ages in Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Costa Rica and the UK for nearly ten years. He holds a degree in Spanish and Portuguese and a Cambridge English CELTA.