Assuming classes is required, the following results were found.

  • March 2020

    We design activities sothat everyone can succeed. We start with single words, not sentences. We use lots of repetition. The classes should be fun. We provides short and varied activities. We maintain a routine for children to feel comfortable....

    https://www.eltnews.gr/march-2020
  • Why am I losing client momentum? OR The Empty School Syndrome

    If this is positive awareness, the chances are on our side. Once the children of the potential clients reach the first classes of elementary school and choice of an FLS becomes an issue, consideration comes into play. Consideration is what brings...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/why-am-i-losing-client-momentum-or-the-empty-school-syndrome
  • 12:30 - 13:45 - Express Publishing

    Express Publishing • Blaze: The ideal course for the 21st century learners! Blaze is a three-level course for A-B-C classes. It engages 21st century students with the use of fascinating videos and explores language through communicative and...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/12-30-13-45-express-publishing
  • Seven Steps to Better Control a Classroom with Students with Learning Disabilities

    the seating arrangement is to organize the desks in a circle around the classroom. This will work better with smaller classes, but can still be used occasionally in others. This strategy works well with promoting public speaking and classroom debate. It...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/seven-steps-to-better-control
  • 15:00 - 16:00 - Burlington Books - Take your junior students to the top!

    Northern Greece Take your junior students to the top! Top Team , Burlington Books’ brand new coursebook series for junior classes, is filled with action-packed adventures and fun activities.

    https://www.eltnews.gr/15-00-16-00-burlington-books
  • This cloud has a silver lining and a bright future!

    make the most of it to facilitate learning! Let’s take a minute to reflect on what you have done so far with your (online) classes that you can keep doing in the post Covid19 era. You: Flipped the classroom You assigned time consuming activities such as...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/this-cloud-has-a-silver-lining-and-a-bright-future
  • Fluent: Learn a New Language by Browsing the Web

    true as we age. For those who pursue the goal to converse in a foreign tongue, there are a plethora of courses, apps, classes, and other ways to learn. However, most of those choices can only get you to a level of casual understanding instead of...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/fluent-learn-a-new-language-by-browsing-the-web
  • Choosing the Right Coursebook: The Eternal Dilemma of Every ELT Educator

    solely on their own experience; a highly respected experience that spans over decades of teaching a foreign language to classes of all ages and levels. Experience, however, comes at a high price, as in many cases overshadows new breakthroughs in ELT...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/choosing-the-right-coursebook-the-eternal-dilemma-of-every-elt-educator
  • 12:30 - 13:45 - Express Publishing - Blaze: The ideal course for the 21st century learners!

    Express Publishing • Blaze: The ideal course for the 21st century learners! Blaze is a three-level course for A-B-C classes. It engages 21st century students with the use of fascinating videos and explores language through communicative and...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/12-30-13-45-express-publishing
  • Embracing Newcomers in our Educational Context

    On this premise, I would like to share some practical tips that have successfully facilitated my embracing newcomers in my classes in a positive frame of mind. In all cases, teachers should present themselves, acting as a role model and a host at the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/embracing-newcomers-in-our-educational-context
  • Edutainment-ing your course book!

    usually believe - but can also be adapted and used to supplement any course book material used in junior and senior classes. I believe that children have the innate ability to learn a language naturally and unconsciously when they are exposed to the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/edutainment-ing-your-course-book
  • April 2020

    more about this amazing project by reading the related article at ELT NEWS April issue. How hard is it to teach certificate classes? Read an interesting article on how to go into a classroom of fairly indifferent teenagers who are adept at technology...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/april-2020
  • Should we focus on teaching or content?

    on teaching not content; content delivery changes all the time depending on the make-up of the class e.g. In mixed ability classes, the pacing and delivery of the content is affected. Bilbiography Stacey Donaldson, Teachers of the Future: Using New...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/should-we-focus-on-teaching-or-content
  • Kahoot! & Cambridge English partner

    and vocabulary aligned to their CEFR level, something they would also be doing at school. They are ideal for online classes and can also be for independent learning.” Craig Narveson, VP of Content Partnerships at Kahoot! added: “We are very excited to...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/kahoot-cambridge-english-partner
  • How important is pronunciation for the teacher’s and student’s confidence?

    pronunciation! Pronunciation has been a nemesis for many language learners out there. Often overlooked in English language classes for a number of reasons; sometimes due to the teacher’s fear of teaching pronunciation, some other times because we are...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/how-important-is-pronunciation-for-the-teacher’s-and-student’s-confidence
  • Washback effect: from assessment theory to teaching and learning practice

    p. 132). Under these circumstances, positive washback means that there is no use of discriminating between general language classes and examination preparation courses and language teachers do not end up serving as examination coaches but maintain their...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/washback-effect-from-assessment-theory-to-teaching-and-learning-practice
  • Flipped learning for a world turned upside down

    Ministry of Education has encouraged the use of flipped learning in contexts where educators are unable to meet with their classes in person. Undeniably this change of approach does have implications for the role of teachers in their students’ language...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/flipped-learning-for-a-world-turned-upside-down
  • Ten Ideas for Interactive Teaching

    blogs and write diary-style entries while role-playing as someone central to the content being discussed. Puzzle Pieces: Classes are sectioned into different teams, each with a separate goal to accomplish during the period. At the end of planning, the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/ten-ideas-for-interactive-teaching
  • Graded readers in ELT: the benefits and ways of using them

    class time available. If you do have time to make the reading part of the class there are many ways to go about it. Some classes like to read silently, others like to read aloud in small groups and some enjoy being read to by the teacher. However you go...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/graded-readers-in-elt-the-benefits-and-ways-of-using-them
  • Ten Ideas for Interactive Teaching

    blogs and write diary-style entries while role-playing as someone central to the content being discussed. Puzzle Pieces: Classes are sectioned into different teams, each with a separate goal to accomplish during the period. At the end of planning, the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/ten-ideas-for-interactive-teaching

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