Sat, Oct 16|
Does grammar have to be boring?
Grammar is usually associated with boredom and monotony and many students (and even some teachers) don’t see the practical relevance of exploring it in the classroom.
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Oct 16, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Sobre o evento
Grammar is usually associated with boredom and monotony and many students (and even some teachers) don't see the practical relevance of exploring it in the classroom. But why can't grammar be interesting and meaningful? In this course, we'll work on strategies and activities that will help you show your learners how interesting, communicative and useful grammar can be.
Tutor? Letícia Moraes has been involved in ELT for 20 years. She has experience with all ages and levels and, recently, she has been dealing especially with secondary learners and project work. She is also a teacher trainer, materials writer and has articles published in ELT newsletters in Brazil and abroad. She is an experienced speaker, having taken part in national and international conferences and online events. She is a Delta and ICELT holder; has a BA in English Language and Literature from USP, and a postgraduate degree in Distance Learning from UNICSUL. She is currently partner at Troika, joint Events Coordinators of the IATEFL YLT SIG.
When? October 16, 2021 - from 10am to 11:30am
How Much? Non-member - R$ 75.00
Troika Members - Free (according to the membership rules)
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Does grammar have to be boringR$75.00