25 Mar Teaching grammar: a discovery of rules and reasons
May 14th, 11:30 – 12:30 local time Bucharest, Romania
The aim of this session is to explore current beliefs about grammar, look at how grammar is and should be dealt with in the communicative English classroom and investigate the importance of practising grammar in a principled and contextualised manner. We'll be looking at designing and adapting effective grammar clarification activities, which you can take away and implement in your own classrooms for more interactive, motivating and student-centred grammar lessons.
An enthusiastic CELTA, Delta and CLIL trainer. She's taught EFL and ESL at all levels and comes from a background of teaching Business English in a one-to-one context. Throughout her career, she has nurtured an interest in experience design and has been an active member of the teaching and training team in schools on two continents, constantly innovating and experimenting with lots of variations in relation to course design, schedule, teaching practice delivery and trainee group social dynamics on CELTA, Delta and CLIL courses.She now lives in Bucharest and regularly travels (online and offline) for bespoke training courses and conferences in Europe and Central Asia.