PRE AND POST ACTIVITIES USING WEB 2.0 TOOLS
Pre and post activities are very important in the teaching process as they prepare the students for the lesson and lead them to produce the target language. Nowadays, we, teachers are talking about web 2.0 tools which enable its users to reach a real audience.
- Looking into pre and post activities
- Using web 2.0 tools with them.
This session consists of four headings.
- Why we use pre and post activities.
- Pre, While and Post activities
- Some easy tools to be used in the class. (Padlet, Animoto, Flipquiz, Quizlet)
READING ACTIVITIES SPICED UP WITH WEB TOOLS
In this workshop, we will deal with readers, short stories and how we can motivate our students to read.
The workshop aims to demonstrate activities that can be used before reading a book, while and after reading a book. Participants will also have an idea how they can set up more creative tasks to produce the target language.
DURATION: 4 HOURS
FEE: 100 TL (KDV included)
DATE : 03.02.2016
TIME: 2:30 – 6:30
TRAINER: Eva Buyuksımkesyan
These workshops are designed as follow-up to Integrating Technology in ELT. The workshops are also suitable for teachers who have already worked with technology in their class but want to explore new ways to develop their lessons.
The participants are asked to bring their laptops or tablets and also their hard-drives or USBs to be able to create content for their classes.
To complete your registration please click on the link here and inform us about the payment.
Bank details: Eva Buyuksimkesyan
Finansbank Osmanbey Branch (code: 00979) Istanbul
IBAN: TR74 0011 1000 0000 0060 1780 73
Eva Büyüksimkesyan is a mother, an EFL teacher, a teacher trainer, social media consultant and the founder of Dream2Edu. She has been involved with many collaborative projects with schools around the world since 2009. She is the European Union Projects coordinator of her school. She started an e-safety project with her students and organized a student conference with a group of teachers and students, aiming to raise awareness among parents and younger students. She talked about this project at BETT 2015 in London. She volunteered as moderator and course tutor at EVO Digital Story Telling Course in 2013. She started presenting at conferences both in Turkey and abroad to share the ideas she has collected and compiled through the years. Her journey in her career brought her to a new stop where she decided to have a room of her own to deliver workshops and courses to teachers, parents and children, in short to people who will never give up learning and she started her own educational consultancy firm called Dream2Edu (A Thought Shop as she also defines it). She also blogs at evasimkesyan.com. She is evab2001 on twitter.