FURTHER HYLAND TALKS AT TESOL 2017
TESOL-SPAIN 40th Annual Convention
Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche
Evolving and Involving
Friday, March 3rd – Sunday, March 5th, 2017
Arts and Crafts for Revision
Silvie Rasikova, Hyland Language Centre
Saturday 18:15-19:15, Room 0.7
Abstract: Do you ever feel like you need to change pace and focus on your classes so that your students have the opportunity to reflect, practise and assimilate? In this session we will look at some fun and memorable ways of using arts and crafts in class in a meaningful way. Audience participation is expected.
Silvie Rasikova is Assistant Director of Studies of the Young Learners Department at Hyland Language Centre Madrid. She has worked in the Czech Republic, the UK and Spain and has completed the IH Young Learners´ Course and the DELTA. Silvie is particularly interested in how the element of play motivates students and stimulates their learning
Make Planning Work for you
Yvonne Margaret Moore, Hyland Language Centre
Sunday 09:00-10:00, Room 0.2
Abstract: Lesson planning …. who needs it, or needs to know how to do it? The real trick is to engage in planning that results in an effective lesson plan that by definition is clear, unambiguous, and communicates clearly what is supposed to take place in terms of reaching a specific objective with your students. With that said, let´s get started.
Yvonne Moore has been teaching young learners in Hyland Language Centre as well as the British Council for over 20 years and is aware of the importance of making lessons motivating and engaging. Recently she has been focusing on materials design and how materials can be exploited to their full potential and adapted for a range of levels. Yvonne is a trai ned YL, Lower and Upper Suite Cambridge Speaking Examiner
If you want to see the complete programme for TESOL Spain 2017: click here.
Provisional Timetable: here.
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