Семинар для преподавателей в Москве и Ростове-на-Дону.

"From a focus on form to a focus on functions and fantasy"

Москва - 18 сентября 2020
- 20 сентября 2020

Дорогие коллеги!
Международный языковой центр Language Link приглашает вас на грандиозное событие для преподавателей английского языка.
Семинар Lindsay Clandfield, который будет проходить в Москве и Ростове-на-Дону. 

Дата и время: 
Москва — 18 сентября с 10 до 18. Адрес проведения уточняется. 
Ростов-на-Дону — 20 сентября с 10 до 18. Адрес проведения уточняется. 

Цель конференции — познакомить участников с последними инновационными разработками в области методики и преподавания иностранных языков.

Семинар будет состоять из теоретической  части полезных материалов и концентрата практических упражнений. По окончанию мероприятия, все участники уйдут с большим количеством полезных, готовых к выполнению упражнений, а также более широкого понимания теорий и методологии. 


Lindsay Clandfield is an award-winning writer, teacher, teacher trainer and international speaker in the field of English language teaching. He has written more than ten coursebooks and is the main author of the new young adult course Studio (Helbling Languages). His other courses include Global and Straightforward (Macmillan). 

Lindsay is the series editor of the Delta Teacher Development books and has co-written various methodology books for teachers, notably Dealing with Difficulties and Teaching Online (Delta Publishing). His most recent methodology book was Interaction Online (CUP) which he co-wrote with Jill Hadfield. Lindsay is also the creative force behind various web projects including the popular blog Six Things, the e-publishing collective The Round and the sci-fi/adventure materials website Extreme Language Teaching. 

I’m originally from England, but I grew up and went to school in Canada. After finishing my studies at the University of Toronto and getting my teaching certificate I began my language teaching career in the south of Mexico. A few years later I moved to Spain with my family and began training teachers in Barcelona. I started writing material in 2000 and moved to the south of Spain in 2004, where I live now. My writing and training work take me all over the world to conferences and training events. I’ve written more than fifteen books for language learners, co-written four books for language teachers and founded numerous online projects including the blog Six Things and the e-publishing collective the round.

Lindsay Clandfield


From a focus on form to a focus on functions and fantasy — a day of
methodology sessions with Lindsay Clandfield.

Please teacher, can you explain this grammar to me? 

The way teachers explain grammar will reflect their understanding of what is good for their students. While extended practice is important, the difference between a good grammar presentation and one that has misfired can be the difference between a memorable learning experience and a gentle snooze. In this workshop we’ll look at a teacher’s toolkit of options for ‘explaining’ or ‘presenting’ grammar.

Two by two

Pairwork has become such a staple feature of English language teaching materials that it’s almost never questioned. And yet it’s consistently an area that can be problematic. What happens with an odd number of students? How do we know learners are on task? And why do teachers themselves groan at doing pairwork at conferences?! This talk takes a fresh look at pairwork. Lindsay share tips and tricks for successful pairwork, the best kinds of pairwork activities and examine times when it’s probably best to avoid pairwork.

New directions in materials design for teachers

This engaging and very practical workshop will address different aspects of task design and materials creation for language teachers. Using very simple and free tools, we will explore new types of writing activities both in class and online. In the second part of the workshop, we will explore creating effective slideshows for grammar and vocabulary teaching as well as methods for using slides to enhance speaking activities. A common theme across the workshop will be that, although we have access to exciting and attractive new digital tools, much older principles for communicative tasks apply now more than ever.

English for the Zombie Apocalypse 

Communication is vital when you are facing the end of the world. In this lively session the author of the eBook ‘English for the Zombie Apocalypse’ will demonstrate how alternative contexts can be used to teach functional English. Participants will actively follow a sample zombie survival lesson before discussing the methodology and thinking behind this and future survival projects.

Сертификат о повышении квалификации

По окончанию семинара, каждый участник получает сертификат от Международного языкового центра Language Link о повышении квалификации.

Продолжительность — 10 академ.часов


Ростов-на-Дону:  7 000 руб.
Москва: 8 000 руб.
Он-лайн участие: 3000 руб.

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