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March, 24 TUESDAY 11.00 MSK

SURPRISOLOGY - Engineering the Unexpected in the Classroom

The process of getting your teenage students’ attention (without getting frustrated) is challenging. And if you feel helpless sometimes, then you’re not alone.

Join this unpredictable session to learn how to engineer the unexpected and how to capture your students’ attention by turning ordinary into extraordinary. We will transform common language tasks into engaging activities, turn laborious activities into learning adventures and experiment with the usual to give you a handful of ideas to surprise your students with.

Presented by Magdalena Kania 

A teacher, teacher mentor, teacher trainer and her private language school's Director of Studies. She runs workshops across Poland and is a regular speaker at the national conferences. One of the key trainers in the conference series by PEARSON. Innovative projects and trainings that combine the latest methodological knowledge with practical classroom application became her trademark. Her ideas are widely popular because of their simplicity and efficiency.

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March, 24 TUESDAY 12.00 MSK

Mentoring and Moulding the Modern Teenager 

The days when language learning was just a memory exercise are long gone, we don’t need to create a generation of producers when we have machines that can do it far better than us. Instead we need to foster the creative, nurture the communicative and grow the individual. This is no mean feat, and in order to equip our students with the skills they need to succeed in the modern world, we should use materials that focus on life and career competencies that not only help the students pass exams but also transfer into the workplace and their future lives.

Presented by Philip Warwick

Philip Warwick is a graduate of the Hastings College of Further Education, where he gained a B-TEC National Diploma in Business Studies. However he has spent most of his working life dealing with English. To teach it, he first gained his Trinity Cert. TESOL, and later also the prestigious Trinity Diploma TESOL. He is now a fully qualified English teacher trainer.

Phil has more than 20 years experience in English teaching acquired on three continents. On top of this, he can boast of extensive experience in school management, curriculum planning and methodology. Another large area of Phil’s skills lies in teacher training, which he has done in both the state and private sectors educating teachers from various environments of numerous countries. Phil has taught CELTA courses for teachers in the UK.

 He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.

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March, 24 TUESDAY 15.00 MSK

The Gift of Growth Mindset

Learning to walk is not easy. Most children fall over plenty of times. But they rarely tell themselves that this is because they aren’t good at walking, or that they’ll never learn to walk so they may as well not try. Teenagers, however, tell themselves this kind of thing all the time. They have often lost the natural confidence and motivation to learn they had at primary school, and additionally, they may be worried about losing ‘face’ in front of their peers. If we can help our students to shift out of this kind of ‘fixed’ mindset and allow themselves to see challenges and even mistakes as a positive thing, we are giving them a gift which will help them to gain motivation, a sense of control over their own learning and ultimately greater success in school, and in later life.

In this session we will explore practical ideas and activities to enable students to shift their mindset, take responsibility and build self-confidence.

Presented by Rachael Roberts

Rachael Roberts has been in ELT since 1989, working in Portugal, Brazil, Poland and the UK as a teacher, teacher trainer (CELTA and DELTA) and materials writer. As well as writing adult and upper secondary titles for other publishers, she is the author or co-author of New Total English Intermediate, Premium B1+, Real Life Advanced, and a brand-new upper secondary title High Note for Pearson. A firm believer in lifelong learning, Rachael has an MA in ELT from Warwick, and recently completed a Diploma in Coaching at the same institution. She also enjoys language learning (speaking five languages to varying degrees of proficiency), practising meditation, mindfulness and Tai Chi, and walking her extremely small and fluffy Schnoodle, Teddy.

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March, 26 THURSDAY 11.00 MSK

Prepping and Propping – Supporting the Student Through Exam Season

When the exam date approaches motivation increases and students feel the pressure and crave support. As teachers we know that there is no magic fix to pass when the level isn’t there, but we can give them good strategies and study tips to consolidate what they know and push them over the line. This session will explore some of those tips and how to apply them practically in the classroom.

Presented by Philip Warwick

Philip Warwick is a graduate of the Hastings College of Further Education, where he gained a B-TEC National Diploma in Business Studies. However he has spent most of his working life dealing with English. To teach it, he first gained his Trinity Cert. TESOL, and later also the prestigious Trinity Diploma TESOL. He is now a fully qualified English teacher trainer.

Phil has more than 20 years experience in English teaching acquired on three continents. On top of this, he can boast of extensive experience in school management, curriculum planning and methodology. Another large area of Phil’s skills lies in teacher training, which he has done in both the state and private sectors educating teachers from various environments of numerous countries. Phil has taught CELTA courses for teachers in the UK.

 He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.

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March, 26 THURSDAY 12.00 MSK

Testing Times in the Assessment Jungle

So, is it assessment for learning or of learning or even as learning? When should we do it and what is the purpose? It’s all very well highlighting buzzwords but without proper guidance it can be a bit of a minefield to navigate the correct classroom approach. In this session we aim to sharpen your knowledge with practical examples that you can easily incorporate into your teaching.

Presented by Philip Warwick

Philip Warwick is a graduate of the Hastings College of Further Education, where he gained a B-TEC National Diploma in Business Studies. However he has spent most of his working life dealing with English. To teach it, he first gained his Trinity Cert. TESOL, and later also the prestigious Trinity Diploma TESOL. He is now a fully qualified English teacher trainer.

Phil has more than 20 years experience in English teaching acquired on three continents. On top of this, he can boast of extensive experience in school management, curriculum planning and methodology. Another large area of Phil’s skills lies in teacher training, which he has done in both the state and private sectors educating teachers from various environments of numerous countries. Phil has taught CELTA courses for teachers in the UK.

 He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.

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March, 26 THURSDAY 17.00 MSK

Письменная деловая коммуникация: способы формирования и оценки

Согласно результатам исследования, проведенного Национальной Ассоциацией колледжей и работодателей,73.4 % работодателей отдают предпочтение сотрудникам, которые демонстрируют отличные навыки письменной деловой коммуникации. На вебинаре мы рассмотрим эффективные приемы формирования навыков деловой переписки на примере учебного пособия Business Partner, и выработаем простой алгоритм подготовки к экзаменам по деловому английскому языку, предлагаемых Лондонской торгово-промышленной палатой.

Спикер: Евгения Мусатова, EFL Teacher and Teacher Trainer, PTE and LCCI Master Trainer, TESOL graduate, LCCI FTBE Certificate holder, PTE Level 5 (CEFR C2), Language.Prosvescheniye

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March, 26 THURSDAY 19.00 MSK

The Gift of Growth Mindset

Learning to walk is not easy. Most children fall over plenty of times. But they rarely tell themselves that this is because they aren’t good at walking, or that they’ll never learn to walk so they may as well not try. Teenagers, however, tell themselves this kind of thing all the time. They have often lost the natural confidence and motivation to learn they had at primary school, and additionally, they may be worried about losing ‘face’ in front of their peers. If we can help our students to shift out of this kind of ‘fixed’ mindset and allow themselves to see challenges and even mistakes as a positive thing, we are giving them a gift which will help them to gain motivation, a sense of control over their own learning and ultimately greater success in school, and in later life.

In this session we will explore practical ideas and activities to enable students to shift their mindset, take responsibility and build self-confidence.

Presented by Rachael Roberts

Rachael Roberts has been in ELT since 1989, working in Portugal, Brazil, Poland and the UK as a teacher, teacher trainer (CELTA and DELTA) and materials writer. As well as writing adult and upper secondary titles for other publishers, she is the author or co-author of New Total English Intermediate, Premium B1+, Real Life Advanced, and a brand-new upper secondary title High Note for Pearson. A firm believer in lifelong learning, Rachael has an MA in ELT from Warwick, and recently completed a Diploma in Coaching at the same institution. She also enjoys language learning (speaking five languages to varying degrees of proficiency), practising meditation, mindfulness and Tai Chi, and walking her extremely small and fluffy Schnoodle, Teddy.

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March, 27 FRIDAY 11.00 MSK

The Road Ahead and How to Get Students Across

The 21stcentury teacher needs to be an expert in modern methods and ensure that students are engaged and motivated to succeed in a changing world. To help with this, teachers need the right tools, especially at primary level. With considerations like CLIL, Gamification and Embodied learning it's easy to get lost in methodology and new approaches and lose sight of our learners' needs, this session looks at how we can incorporate modern ideas into our current classrooms.

Presented by Philip Warwick

Philip Warwick is a graduate of the Hastings College of Further Education, where he gained a B-TEC National Diploma in Business Studies. However he has spent most of his working life dealing with English. To teach it, he first gained his Trinity Cert. TESOL, and later also the prestigious Trinity Diploma TESOL. He is now a fully qualified English teacher trainer.

Phil has more than 20 years experience in English teaching acquired on three continents. On top of this, he can boast of extensive experience in school management, curriculum planning and methodology. Another large area of Phil’s skills lies in teacher training, which he has done in both the state and private sectors educating teachers from various environments of numerous countries. Phil has taught CELTA courses for teachers in the UK.

 He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.

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March, 27 FRIDAY 12.00 MSK

Trading on Business and Partnering in English

In a global world where English is the language of commerce it’s important that we prepare students for the workplace. What employers are looking for is constantly evolving and if we don’t keep refining our courses to emphasize this then we’re doing our students a disservice. This session will look at the way we teach both English and Business and how to adapt this to the changing requirements of the 4thindustrial revolution. 

Presented by Philip Warwick

Philip Warwick is a graduate of the Hastings College of Further Education, where he gained a B-TEC National Diploma in Business Studies. However he has spent most of his working life dealing with English. To teach it, he first gained his Trinity Cert. TESOL, and later also the prestigious Trinity Diploma TESOL. He is now a fully qualified English teacher trainer.

Phil has more than 20 years experience in English teaching acquired on three continents. On top of this, he can boast of extensive experience in school management, curriculum planning and methodology. Another large area of Phil’s skills lies in teacher training, which he has done in both the state and private sectors educating teachers from various environments of numerous countries. Phil has taught CELTA courses for teachers in the UK.

 He is co-author of several English teacher-training courses, which he helped to develop in the UK.

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