• andrew walkley

    Presented by co-author Andrew Walkley

    One of the main benefits of using Roadmap in your classes is the flexibility it offers for teachers. In this practical webinar, Andrew will look at the options for planning ahead through the course, and how to respond to students’ changing needs.

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  • damian williams

    Presented by co-author Damian Williams

    How can we develop receptive and productive skills in the way that's right for our learners? In this webinar, Damian will look at communication skills, and the practical tools needed to develop each skill, including the sub-skills and strategies. He’ll then look at how Roadmap's dual-track approach offers the flexibility to fit your learners' needs.

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  • lindsay warwick

    Presented by co-author Lindsay Warwick

    A lack of learner confidence can have a negative impact on learning. In this practical webinar, Lindsay will look at what that impact is and how we can try to avoid it by helping learners to make and recognise progress in their language skills, using a Roadmap lesson as an example.

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  • hugh dellar

    Presented by Hugh Dellar

    Starting a new class is always stressful, and starting a new class with a new book can be even more so. In this practical, hands-on talk, Hugh will look at some ways we can approach new classes, some first-day activities, and some ways of ensuring your students get the most out of the Roadmap series.
     

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  • ken beatty

    Presented by Dr Ken Beatty

    Beyond reading, writing, listening, and speaking, adult language learners need a variety of other skills to address their needs for social, professional, and academic English. These skills include critical thinking and opportunities to express their ideas in different genres and media.

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  • lindsay warwick

    Presented by co-author Lindsay Warwick

    Typically, listening and reading texts are accompanied by comprehension questions which tend to test rather than develop a learners’ receptive skills. In this webinar, we’ll look at taking an approach to receptive skills lessons which better enables learners to develop their receptive skills rather than simply be tested in them.

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  • ken beatty

    Presented by Dr Ken Beatty

    Motivation bridges the gap between learners’ needs and the development of their social, professional, and academic English. This session explores how teachers can build learners’ motivation through innovative high-interest audios and videos in a variety of genres combined with projects that make the most of their skills.
     

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  • hugh dellar

    Presented by co-author Hugh Dellar

    In this webinar, Hugh looks at the growing trend towards outcome-oriented teaching and how the communicative goals laid out in the Global Scale of English can help provide a framework for courses. We’ll look at the idea of backwards planning and see some examples of how starting with your final destination in mind helps you map out the grammar, vocabulary and functional language that will be of most use to students as they make their way forward.

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  • ken beatty

    Presented by Dr Ken Beatty

    Teaching English to today’s adult learners involves better understanding their goals for social, professional, and academic English. Teachers can address these goals with contemporary topics that help learners build on what they know and through innovative tasks that help learners show what they know.

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  • ken beatty

    Presented by Dr Ken Beatty

    Personalized and flexible teaching approaches are based on materials that allow the teacher to make decisions on teaching different skills in new ways, teaching traditionally or flipping learning, and re-ordering lessons to explore content in a variety of ways that meet individual learner needs.

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