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New webinars for teachers from Cambridge English and Cambridge University Press

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Have a look at some of the forthcoming webinars for teachers:

“Planning Teacher Professional Development”, from Cambridge English

WHEN? –  Monday 27 April 2015     and     Wednesday 29 April 2015

“Viewing global and cultural topics through your students’ lens”, from Cambridge University Press

In this practical workshop, Ben and Ceri discuss how best to present and explore culutral topics with secondary students, looking at ways of placing students’ culture, community and identity at the heart of our teaching practice. They’ll be exploring a range of practical ideas for exploiting images and video to motivate teens and foster language acquisition.

Ben lives in Barcelona and works as an English teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer. Ceri’s been working in ELT since 1986. Ben and Ceri have recently been working on Eyes Open and Uncover, the new secondary courses from Cambridge University Press.

“Engaging ‘Generation Z’”, from Cambridge University Press

Digital media are a major part of everyday life for generation Z. This webinar looks at classroom activities that you can do for free & with zero preparation utilizing the phones or tablets many students have in their rucksacks.

James Styring lives and works in Oxford, England. He is an experienced teacher trainer and was an oral examiner for the Cambridge English: Preliminary, First and Advanced exams. He has written more than 50 English language teaching titles.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

April 8, 2015 at 1:52 pm

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