Three Parts to Effective English: Vocabulary, Grammar, and Comprehension
Date: Sunday, May 29th, 2011 Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Peter Warner
In this 6-hour Power Seminars event, Peter Warner will explain and demonstrate effective ways to teach vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. He will demonstrate and share practical exercises taken from his own coordinated systematic curriculum to illustrate those fundamentals that should be a part of any English as a Foreign Language (EFL) curriculum. The material and activities covered in this workshop are designed for children and teenagers in small classes, but the principles at work in them apply to EFL students of all ages. Topics addressed include:
What is language?
How do our students gain vocabulary?
How do our students develop ability with grammar?
What is comprehension, and how can our students gain it?
What is active learning?
What is active teaching?
The topics covered in this workshop are relevant to teachers, administrators, curriculum designers, and of course to the students and their parents.. The material will be covered in three 90-minute sessions, allowing for greater focus, in depth explanations, activities, and discussion. Make your reservation today to be part of this powerful event!
Reservations are required (max. 35 seats). Contact: Joshua Myerson via our website at powerseminars.kweto.com
Organization: Power Seminars
Cost: 5,000 yen (register by email with a friend = 4,000 yen per attendee)
Venue: Venue: WINC-Aichi near Nagoya Station, 12th Floor, Room 1205: Nagoya, Naka-ku, 4-4-38 Meieki
Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
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