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.
In a career of over twenty years writing ELT coursebooks, my co-author and I have always strived to produce materials that motivate students, make language learning memorable and, above all, promote meaningful exchanges.
A particularly important thread running through all our materials is an emphasis on personalisation and the role it can play in classrooms full of 16-18 year-olds.
In this webinar, I will take a fresh look at the whole area of personalisation and compare and contrast personalised activities with non-personalised activities.
This webinar shares activities to develop reading, writing, maths and more, through CLIL as this can help students remember what they are learning. There will be examples of when students can use critical thinking and why this is a skill they will need, not just for exams, but in their future.
We will look at practical use of online materials, share top tips and extra practice features for exam prep, specifically how this ties to GSE and the Cambridge exam suite.
In this webinar I’ll make the case for using more and better-quality video in the classroom, discuss which video genres work best and why, as well as demonstrate how they can facilitate effective lessons and improve learning.
Many teachers using StartUp suddenly need to deliver lessons at a distance. Fortunately, StartUp’s Teacher Portal, Student Portal, Pearson Practice App, and other resources can help make distance learning efficient and effective.
Using the example of one unit from StartUp Level 2, these two webinars introduce steps teachers can take to organize their classes, choose delivery methods, encourage pair and group work, and assess progress using StartUp's digital tools.
The second webinar reinforces several teaching and learning ideas and focuses ways to teach the reading, writing, and the Put it Together activities in each unit.