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CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENT ENGLISH TEACHER TRAINING:

Teaching English in the 21st century

We take great pleasure in inviting you to this seminar specially designed for teachers who are preparing candidates for Cambridge Assessment English exams or who are planning to do so in the future.

The Cambridge Assessment English 2018 Seminar in Vigo will focus on the challenges of teaching English in this high-tech 21st century. First, it will help us get a general idea of how to integrate technology into our classroom. It will then move on to the skills English learners need to develop nowadays. You can find all the important information below:


CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENT ENGLISH TEACHER TRAINING:

Teaching English in the 21st century

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We aim to…


Presenter

 

Integrating technology into classroom teaching

… discuss the benefits of integrating technology into a cycle of learning in class and for exam preparation

 

… have a better understanding of using edtech tools and how to integrate technology into a lesson, e.g. flipped learning

 

… raise awareness of the Cambridge English Digital Framework for Teachers

 

… provide teachers with some teaching ideas/classroom activities which they can take away to use with their learners

Lucy Bravo

 

 

 

Lucy Bravo has an MSc in ELT Management, and a Diploma in the Theory and Practice of Language Testing, among others. Lucy has extensive experience with exam preparation classes, is a Cambridge Teacher Trainer and has been speaking examiner for over 15 years. Lucy is an accredited teacher trainer in Portugal and has also worked with the DGE & APPI, and works with numerous private and state schools as a consultant assisting the schools implementing & running their own Cambridge examination preparation courses programme. She is also an experienced presenter for Cambridge English Language Assessment.

Preparing learners for the 21st century

… to discuss the skills that teenage and young adult learners need to prepare them adequately for the 21st-century workplace, including ways of thinking, ways of working, tools for working and ways of living

 

… to explore what is meant by these skills, including critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and learning to learn (ways of thinking); communicating and collaborating (ways of working); and information literacy and ICT literacy (tools for working) and their increasing importance in education globally

 

… to consider how these skills are embedded in the CEFR and Cambridge English exams.

 

When?            Saturday 10th November 2018

What time?     9.30 am – 13.00 pm

Where?           Hotel Coia,

                       C/ Sanxenxo, 1

                       36209 Vigo

Confident that the event will prove interesting, instructive and enjoyable to all, we look forward to seeing you on the day! This particular event can accommodate a maximum of 100 participants. As seminars are popular, it is recommended that requests are made as soon as possible.

 

Registration procedure

Teachers wishing to attend must first register individually on the Cambridge English Teacher Training website for Spain and Portugal:

http://www.cambridgeenglishteachertraining.org/my-account/

They can then select the seminar from the list in the Seminars section or directly via this link http://www.cambridgeenglishteachertraining.org/upcoming-seminars/?id_event=538 and sign up to attend.

The closing date for registration is Thursday the 1st November.

Places are limited and will be allocatted on a first-come-first-served basis: teachers who arrive on the day without having registered previously will only be allowed to attend if there are unallocated places remaining, or if any teacher who has registered fails to arrive.

Certificates of attendance will only be provided for teachers who have registered and attended on the day: they will receive an e-mail after the event with instructions on how to download their certificate.

We hope you will find this Cambridge English Teacher Training seminar of interest. We are always pleased to receive feedback and comments so we can continue to improve the quality of the programme.