The Global Scale of English (GSE) is a framework of learning objectives describing what learners can do in English at different levels of proficiency. By extending the CEFR Can Do statements, the GSE supports teachers in planning lessons for different types of learner.
In this webinar, participants will be introduced to the GSE Teacher Toolkit – a free online digital resource that makes lesson planning easy and ensures learners are making progress.
In this talk, Jenny will explain what the 4 C’s involve. She will aim to provide teachers with practical guidelines, tips and sample activities to incorporate these stimulating skills into their teaching practice.
With classroom teaching moving online, many teachers are concerned about how to use their coursebooks in a live online lesson so that learners are engaged and learning outcomes are achieved.
In this webinar, Lindsay Warwick will demonstrate how you can use the digital resources that come with Roadmap to create a speaking lesson with language input and practice. Lindsay will suggest ways to adapt this plan to suit different class types and different online platforms, and give tips on how best to prepare for an online class.
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.
How to better assess language skills using artificial intelligenceTraditional assessments use a range of methods to assess language skills. Most tests are based on specific skills task which presents a passage in a written or aural format and ask questions on that passage. Similarly, with speaking and writing, prompts are given to elicit language which is then scored by an examiner.
These methods are becoming more and more obsolete as technology changes the way language is tested. One change is the introduction of integrated skills assessment. Integrating skills is commonplace in teaching methodology but strangely absent from testing. Technology, however, enables us to use more effectively the texts and questions we present to test takers. At the same time the automated scoring of speaking and writing responses has become common place using artificial intelligence and scoring algorithms.
This webinar will look at the latest innovations in language testing and how these are implemented across a range of test taking contexts.
Some advanced learners are professionals, well-established in their careers, who need help to brush up on their English and want to practise their business skills. Others are undergraduates or recent graduates at the start of their careers who have less knowledge of the business world and how to work in an international environment.
This webinar looks at some of the challenges of teaching C1 level learner in both groups and how to overcome them. It will include content from the new Business Partner series.
Many learners seek opportunities outside the classroom to practice and improve their skills. The methods they choose vary from more traditional (studying vocabulary, reading) to more innovative (videos, interacting through video calls or chat, etc).
However these activities can occur without structure and without learners’ awareness of what they might get out of them. Students can always use guidance for how to coordinate these activities and how to use them best, given their proficiency level.
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.
Help! There’s such a range of abilities in my class! Some of my students need extra support and others need extra challenge!
Teachers know every student matters, but it’s sometimes difficult to attend to everyone in a diverse class. How can differentiation help us? How can we best utilize collaborative learning? What about digital tools? And when teaching online?
This practical session will propose strategies and activities to help us meet the demands of a mixed ability class.