Webinar: Listen In: Creative Techniques for Improving Listening and Reading

Donnerstag, 11.05.2023

17:00 - 18:15 Uhr

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Event-Nr. D23-027

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Donnerstag, 11.05.2023
Beschreibung
Coursebooks can be predictable and prescriptive. Although they may cover everything students need to pass exams, creativity is rarely at the forefront. Using examples from HELBLING’s brandnew Listen In readers series, we will explore how original, mystery fiction can activate children’s imagination and provide more engaging ways of reading and listening. Imagination plays a critical role in development, and imaginative children can explore their thoughts and feelings more deeply as well as learn how to solve problems creatively. In this talk we will discover how dramatic listening activities, combined with a challenge to collect clues and solve a mystery, can create a real sense of adventure and motivation for our students.

Zielgruppe: Englischlehrerinnen und -lehrer der Sekundarstufe I

Für die Teilnahme am Webinar benötigen Sie lediglich einen internetfähigen Computer oder ein Tablet. (Die Teilnahme via Smartphone ist wegen der geringen Displaygröße nicht empfehlenswert.) Es sind weder Kamera noch Mikrofon nötig, um am Webinar teilzunehmen.

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Die Webinar-Präsentation dauert ca. 60 Minuten. Im Anschluss daran gibt es die Möglichkeit, Fragen an den Referenten zu stellen.
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Sekundarstufe 1
Unterrichtsfach
Englisch
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Gavin Biggs
Gavin Biggs has been working in education for 20 years, teaching and managing international educational projects with government, academic and corporate partners. Gavin has a degree in Psychology from the University of Exeter. His professional interests include the effective use of stories in learning and motivational psychology in the classroom. As well as presenting at conferences across Asia, Europe and South America, Gavin has managed several projects focusing on the use of technology in education and the role of effective training for large scale professional development.