Wednesday, 2 April 2008

Keeping your English Alive for teachers!

6 sessions of language discovery and practice held in small groups and designed to give you lots of opportunities to use and develop your English in a fun way.

Fridays 18.30 – 20.30

Versailles, Capital Federal

Friday 11 April - Charge your glasses!

Ready for a cocktail party of words? Many vocabulary items do not fall into easily taught lexical sets, yet provide richness in the language of native speakers. In this session, set in the context of a party, you will be work with a wide variety of words, terms and expressions used in natural spoken and written English, which are quite possibly heard in social scenes.

Friday 9 May – A rich tapestry of words

Do you or your students lack ideas or words to express their thoughts? Experience new multisensory techniques to help enrich their vocabulary and experience with activities.

Friday 13 June – Culture and language go hand in hand

An awareness of culture and history is a great means of helping memory and language usage. Let’s explore and share our cultural knowledge through some short texts and visual cues.

Friday 15 August – Fish and chips, fush and chips or feesh and cheeps?

One of the joys of English is the question of pronunciation. With more versions of English becoming widely used in the media and in exams and coursebooks, it is important to be clear about what you hear and how you pronounce words so as to avoid misunderstandings.

Friday 12 September – Absolutely, positively postmodern!

What are the clichés and set phrases that native speakers are using these days? Do we know what they actually mean? How do they help conversation flow?

Friday 10 October – Creative Writing for you

Writing creatively is an excellent way to expand and develop our language and a means of expressing ourselves. In this session we will practice a variety of great ideas you can use for your own pleasure or in class.

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