Category Archives: Webinars

Q & A from Laura Patsko’s webinar on teaching pronunciation for English as a Lingua Franca

On 9th September 2017, Laura Patsko presented the following IATEFL webinar: Teaching pronunciation for English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) What do learners of English need to sound like? Who do they speak to? Who needs to understand them? Who do they … Continue reading

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Q & A from Anthony Gaughan’s webinar on 40 things to do with a text

On 6th May 2017, Anthony Gaughan presented the following IATEFL webinar: 40 things to do with a text In this session I will share 40 quick and dirty things to do with texts in our classes.  Many of these ideas will be … Continue reading

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Q & A from Chaz Pugliese’s webinar on creating motivation

On 18th March 2017, Chaz Pugliese presented the following IATEFL webinar: Creating Motivation, Creating Learning I believe in local research, so a few years ago I conducted interviews with over a hundred of my students in Paris, where I’m based. The … Continue reading

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Q & A from Agnes Orosz’s webinar on teaching mixed-level groups

On 4th February 2017, Agnes Orosz presented the following IATEFL webinar: Abstract A few years ago I was teaching in a private high school in Ecuador. In my Year 9 group, I had 25 students; most of them in the lower … Continue reading

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Q & A from Anne Margaret Smith’s webinar on including all students

On 10th September 2016, Anne Margaret Smith presented the following IATEFL webinar: Including dyslexic language learners In this session we will explore the main effects that dyslexia can have on language learning, and how we can support the dyslexic learners … Continue reading

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Q & A from David Little’s webinar on learner autonomy

On 20th August 2016, David Little presented the following IATEFL webinar: Learner autonomy and its implications for the discourse of language teaching and learning My presentation will be based on the belief that we develop language learner autonomy by harnessing … Continue reading

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