Teaching vocabulary can be compared to gardening. We can scatter lots of seeds (words), but how do we make sure that they fall on fertile ground? How can we help students to water them, and bring them into fruition?
In this webinar we will explore some strategies to help your students learn, remember, and ultimately reap the benefits of a bigger vocabulary.
In this webinar, Bill Bonk will take a look at how teachers can leverage these student-driven activities as well as use tools like the GSE Teacher Toolkit to help students chart their own course towards English proficiency, based on their own needs and current level.
Using Roadmap to teach your students helps them develop the language and skills to prepare them for life outside the classroom. Additionally, it helps equip them for further academic study and employment.
In this webinar, Damian Williams will talk you through how to help your students build up the future skills they need in order to ensure they can study and work in English with confidence.
Both in the real-life classroom and online, Gold Experience Second Edition can offer teachers a variety of useful resources to help students achieve exam success.
This webinar discusses the tools available, as well as the skills and techniques, for delivering engaging and motivating exam classes. We’ll look at the coursebook and its’ online features in detail and how to provide variety to typical exam tasks.
Communication, Collaboration, Critical and Creative thinking, the four C’s of future skills, long heralded as key competences learners need to acquire, are frequently embraced in theory but what happens in practice?
Getting ready for any 4 skills based test can be tricky and is not only about familiarity with the test, but also the skills needed for success.
In this webinar, we'll talk about ideas for how to use the print, online and blended materials in both physical and virtual classrooms as well as some of the extra support resources available to teachers and students.
Keeping teenagers engaged and motivated during lessons is a top priority for many teachers, but since each student we teach has their own unique and individual experiences, interests, strengths and development areas we all know this isn’t always easy to do.
This webinar will explore some key Assessment for Learning strategies that can help do just that.
The techniques will be suitable for both face-to-face and online lessons.