Continua la serie di incontri di formazione destinati a docenti di lingua inglese, CLIL e a tutti i docenti interessati con il talk/workshop tenuto dall’autrice e formatrice Sarah M Howell martedì 11 Aprile alle ore 14,45 presso l’Aula Magna del Liceo “Giacomo Leopardi” di Recanati (sede di Via A. Moro, Recanati) dal titolo Learning to Talk. Talking to learn. Saranno rilasciati attestati di frequenza. E’ necessario pre-registrarsi cliccando su questo link (o sulla miniatura a fianco) e completando il modulo online.
About Sarah M Howell’s talk/workshop Learning to talk. Talking to learn.
The way our students express themselves can inform, influence, inspire and motivate others and express their empathy, understanding and creativity…and more. Through speaking and listening they develop their ideas and critical thinking skills. Research shows that students in classes where oracy skills are taught achieve higher standards across the curriculum and better results in exams.
In this part-talk part-workshop session, we shall look at practical ideas for developing oracy in the EFL class in order to offer all students the opportunity of communicating effectively using spoken language.
About Sarah M Howell
Sarah M Howell, author, teacher trainer and presenter has been involved in teacher development in Italy for over 25 years. She has co-authored more than 30 course books, grammar books, readers and ebooks for more than 7 million students worldwide, collaborating with a variety of publishers including Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Celtic, ELI, Zanichelli and Oxford University Press.
Sarah is on the Board of Directors of the David Carelli Association which promotes BLS training in Italian schools. She is a Member of the National Executive Committee of TESOL Italy and a founder member of the TESOL Italy Marche Group.
Her main areas of research are creativity, literacy, visual literacy and visible thinking. She is a strong advocate for inclusive education. Born and raised in London, she currently lives between the Marche and East Sussex, UK.