Tuesday, January 31, 2012

[ELTeCS_PERU] [Webinar for English Teachers] Classroom Management. Feb. 1st & 3rd.‏

Webinar for English Teachers:

Classroom Management

What: Classroom Management. Webinar on English teaching,

organized by the Regional English Language Office for the Andean

Region at the US Embassy in Lima.

Who: Stephanie Hanson, Senior English Language Fellow.

Stephanie Hanson is the Senior English Language Fellow based in Quito,

Ecuador. She received her M.A. in TESOL from the University of Illinois

and has taught and trained teachers in the United States, China, South

Korea, Turkey, and Indonesia. Stephanie is especially interested in the

teaching of speaking and pronounciation, computer-assisted language

learning (TICS), and cross-cultural communication. In her free time,

Stephanie studies Spanish, Ecuadorian food, and salsa dancing.

When: Wednesday, February 1st from 4:00pm - 5:00pm (Peru time).

Friday, February 3rd from 8:30am - 9:30am (Peru time).

Where: Join us from a computer with audio and internet access

at https://statedeptasia.connectsolutions.com/peru.
 Choose the option "Enter as a Guest" and sign in using your name and city.

(For example: Marcela - Lima)

This webinar is free. Previous registration is not required.

To see a calendar of our upcoming webinars, please check out our webpage: http://lima.usembassy.gov/webinars.html

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Monday, January 30, 2012



Graham Stanley Graham Stanley has invited you to the event 'aPLaNet Webinar' on aPLaNet!

Apologies for the late announcement (we originally thought the audience was limited)...

All welcome to join us tonight...

Time: January 30, 2012 from 7:15pm to 8:15pm

Location: Elluminate online

Organized By: Graham Stanley

Event Description:

Sorry about the late notice, but you are all invited to join us tonight for a webinar about the aPLaNet project.

The weninar begins at 19.15 CET and will look at the following:

- An introduction to the aPLaNet project

- Outline of the self-access teacher pilot

- Outline of the mentor pilot

- Questions & Answers

Login here from 18:45 CET


Hope to see some of you there!

See more details and RSVP on aPLaNet:



Dear participants,

Just a note regarding '' Principles of Education that you use'

By 'Principles of education' It is meant for example:

Respect all views/There's no right answer/Task-based learning/Communicative Approach/Student-centred learning/English through English/CLIL/learning by doing/learning by playing/no student is stupid,keep everyone active/make sure everyone's happy...., etc.

Basically any principle/belief that we use in every type of teaching or training situation. Whatever that principle might be is valid, it doesn't have to be a methodology or an ELT technique

Please, I'd really appreciate it if you can do it today , it will take you at most 5'.

Looking forward to seeing you on February 2/3.

Have a great day!!!


What follows is the questionnaire Zarina has prepared , and she is also looking forward to getting information from them , she wants to know the audience beforehand.

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Dear Cesar:

http://www.perutesol.org/ is the new Web Site Address of PERU TESOL. 

We hope you and the readers of your ELTeCS_PERU  Magazine have a look at it.

Thank you for your time.

Best regards,

Nefdy Falconi

Thursday, January 26, 2012

[ELTeCS_PERU] Job Opportunities - ISTP Euroidiomas‏

Dear ELT professional,

ISTP Euroidiomas is proud to grant experts in the field the following opportunities:

Cambridge ESOL Speaking Examiner

We are seeking qualified teachers with overall language proficiency that have the ability to judge the grammatical accuracy, acceptability and appropriateness of spoken English at the relevant Cambridge ESOL examination levels.


willingness to observe the need for confidentiality and security in all aspects of the work; responsibility, conscientiousness, with an attention to detail

ability to interact appropriately with the type of candidates for the examination in question in such a way as to ensure that the candidates provide an adequate sample of English representative of their speaking ability

readiness to respond to Team Leader guidance and advice given in the context of training/co-ordination meetings, monitoring, or informally.


Professional background:

education to first degree level or equivalent or recognized language teaching qualification

at least 3 years or 1,800 hours relevant and recent teaching experience

English language competences:

language proficiency at least 2 CEFR levels higher than the CEFR level of the exam

clear diction including intelligibility outside the region/country where examining takes place

linguistic accuracy

To apply, please send an email by January 30th to israel.ruiz@euroidiomas.edu.pe

which includes:

Your name & contact information

A resume or description of your relevant experience

Your reasons for applying

Academic Coach

We are seeking a hardworking, qualified Academic Coach with a strong work ethic, positive attitude and good communication skills willing to work as a leader and team player to help teachers at Euroidiomas. Applicants must be able to work the necessary hours required to reach institutional objectives.


Carrying out tasks established by the Academic Committee

Visiting Euroidiomas branches to identify teacher and student needs

Research and analysis of data taken from branches to improve the academic program

Administering regular teacher development workshops

Hiring and training new personnel


Professional background:

education to first degree level or equivalent or

recognized language teaching qualification

at least 5 years or 3,000 hours relevant and recent teaching experience.

English language competences:

overall language proficiency (language proficiency certificate preferred)

linguistic accuracy

To apply, please send an email by January 30th to israel.ruiz@euroidiomas.edu.pe

which includes:

Your name & contact information

A resume or description of your relevant experience

Your reasons for applying

Monday, January 23, 2012

[ELTeCS_PE​RU] Continuing Profession​al TRAINER Developmen​t February 2nd and 3rd

PeruELTNetworks Affiliate

It is with great pleasure that Peru-ELTNETWORKS-IATEFL-UK Affiliate announces its Second Summer Workshop: ‘Continuing Professional Trainer Development’ and also the ‘launch’ of ‘Trainers’ Continuing Professional Development in Peru’ Special Interesting Group .This important event will be held at:


Av. Universitaria Sur 1921-1923, Pueblo Libre – Just across from PUCP, which is also near Plaza San Miguel.

Audience: Only 40 participants

When: Thursday, February 2nd 9a.m. – 1 p.m. / 2p.m – 5p.m.

Friday, February 3rd 9a.m. – 1 p.m.

Online work: February 1st, February 2nd.

Speaker: Miss Zarina Subham, University of Chichester UK.

What follows is her bio-pic:

Zarina Subhan MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL,

BSc Pharmacology - Chemistry,

Trinity Cert TESOL

Zarina’s first degree was in Pharmacology-Chemistry (a dual honours subject); she also studied Education and did post-graduate MA studies in Applied Linguistics and TESOL.

Zarina is an experienced teacher and teacher trainer. She has taught at all levels and in both private and government institutions in nine different countries (Greece, Czecho-Slovakia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Nepal, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka and China) as well as in the UK, where she now lives and works.

Zarina specialised early on in her career into EAP, combining her scientific and educational qualifications. From this developed an interest in providing made-to-measure materials, which later led to materials that could be used in environmental awareness, health training and governance projects in developing countries. Since 2000 she has been involved in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), materials writing, training trainers and teachers in facilitation techniques and teaching methodology.

Her materials have been published in Japan and Sri Lanka. In Japan, her listening activities were published by the Kobe Education Authority as junior high school teachers’ resources to complement the government text book and her voice was used in the recordings for the audio resources. In Sri Lanka, her training materials were published by the German Technical Coorporation (GIZ) for the development of governance, organisational skills and English language of public servants. Her voice was also recorded for these training materials, in addition it was used for recordings of a textbook tapescript in Czecho-Slovakia (as it was then).

Zarina currently works at the University of Chichester and is involved in training primary, secondary school and tertiary teachers in Current English Language Teaching Practice; English Cultural Understanding; ELT Methodology; Aspects of British Culture and Language Skills; Curriculum Design and Lesson Planning; primary education for CLIL specialists.

As well as delivering and designing teaching materials at the University of Chichester, Zarina is the head of academic leadership and coordinates other trainers who work on international teacher training courses in Continuing Professional Development, mentors new trainers, assists the director with visiting delegations, inspections and interviewing of new staff to the department as well as delivering overseas training on behalf of the University of Chichester.

Because of her experience in a variety of countries, Zarina sees English as a tool for development. Thus she trains teacher trainers in order to build their capacity, skills and confidence to use English as a tool in order to further themselves and their teachers.

With this in mind, Zarina has been asked to hold a 2-day training course for teacher trainers in Lima, on behalf of Peru-ELTNetworks –IATEFL U.K. Affiliate.She will explore what makes a good trainer and good training sessions; motivational forces that can impact on learning and improve engagement with topics; individual differences in learning and teaching that affect the trainer and trainee; the importance of the use of cognition and metacognition in teaching and training, as well as brain research into the learning process. Through these topics different activities will be experienced and analysed, allowing for discussion and reflection upon current practices in the ELT training room.

FEE: Members S/60.00

Non-members S/90.00

Cuenta Banco de Crédito Ahorros M.N. No. 193-17569865-0-36

a nombre de Katia del Pilar Adrianzén Zúñiga

SIGS Coordinator PERUELTNetworks-IATEFL U.K.Affiliate

Fees include: Coffee Breaks

Trainer’s Resource Pack

British Council Teach English CD’s

Membership of‘Trainers’ Continuing Professional Development’

Special Interest Group in Perú.

Follow up with Penny Ur who is coming for our Annual Conf.

Including the online work, you will be awarded a 20 hour


Registration and further information at info@perueltnetworksweb.com
Deadline to register: January 30th.

Please don’t forget to take your ID to Idiomas Catolica.

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[ELTeCS_PE​RU] ELT + IT Event on March 3

Dear ELT Professional,

We would like to invite you to a unique “ELT + IT” Conference, sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Lima, and supported by the University of San Ignacio de Loyola. During a one-day conference on Saturday, March 3, 2012, Lewis & Clark College Professor Michael Krauss along with colleagues from Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador will share new ideas about applying information technology - with an emphasis on Web 2.0 tools - to the English language learning experience.

There is limited space at the event and we ask all interested to confirm their interest by sending:

· Name

· Position

· Institution

· E-mail

· Maximum 50-word statement, in English, of your interest in the intersection of ELT and IT

We will weigh requests largely on the basis of: 1) institutional representation, 2) personal interest in the topic. We ask that you send your request no later than Monday, February 13. Send all information to reloandes@state.gov andvictorhugor@yahoo.com.

The conference will be at the beautiful USIL campus in La Molina. Registration will begin at 8 AM, with the first plenary presentation at 9 AM. The program will conclude in the early afternoon. As there will be plenty of opportunities to interact with like-minded professionals, we hope you bring many questions that can help you as a professional and your institution.


David Fay

Regional English Language Officer

U.S. Embassy Lima, Peru


Tel: (51) (1) 618 2565
Fax: (51) (1) 618 2725

Cesar Klauer


Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Verano Remate - Lancom 2012

[ELTeCS_PE​RU] First Summer Workshop

On behalf of Peru-ELTNetworks-Affiliate of IATEFL UK, we want to express our deepest gratitude to the participants who attended our First Summer Workshop ‘ Teacher Development’ on January 11th, 12th, and 13th.

Our great appreciation to the Speakers : Katia Adrianzen, Yony Cárdenas, Carlos Castillo, Paul Doherty, Jean Garay, Manuel Lopez, Manuel Salas and Norma Vecorena. Great presentations!

On Friday 13th, the workshop took place at the US Embassy, where participants were able to ‘experience what a webinar is like’ alive!

The webinar session topic was ‘A Fresh look at Teaching Vocabulary’, presented by David Fay (Regional English Language Officer) and also he finished with a very interesting wrap up. As usual, a great one!

Regarding webinars, we share this piece of information

· February 1, 2012 at 4:00 PM and February 3 at 8:30 AM with Stephanie Hanson: topic TBD · March 7, 2012 at 4:00 PM and March 9 at 8:30 AM with Vicky Holdridge: Lesson Planning Our most sincere thanks to David Fay in appreciation of all his support, to the speakers who worked on very well structured and innovative presentations on a volunteer basis, our deepest gratitude!

Peru-ELTNetworks Affiliate of IATEFL UK

Alfredo Cruz

Marketing Manager

--- On Wed, 1/18/12, Informes Peru Elt Networks info@perueltnetworksweb.com  wrote:

From: Informes Peru Elt Networks info@perueltnetworksweb.com


To: leomarinc@yahoo.com
Cc: info@perueltnetworksweb.com, alfredocm_26@hotmail.com
Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 1:39 PM

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

[ELTeCS_PE​RU] Webinar for English Teachers: A fresh look at teaching vocabulary​, Jan. 11 and 13

Webinar for English Teachers:

A Fresh Look at Teaching Vocabulary

Many posit that… For future webinars, check our calendar at http://lima.usembassy.gov/webinars.html.

What:A Fresh Look at Teaching Vocabulary. Webinar on English teaching, organized by the Regional English Language Office for the Andean Region at the US Embassy in Lima.

Who: David Fay, Regional English Language Officer.David Fay…

When:Wednesday, January 11 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (Peru Time / Central Time) And Friday, January 13 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. (Peru Time / Central Time) (The same webinar will be repeated on both days).

Where:Join us from a computer with audio and internet access through https://statedeptasia.connectsolutions.com/peru
; choose the option “Enter as a Guest”, register yourself entering your name and city (Example: Marcela – Lima) and click on “Enter Room”. The webinar is free. No previous registration is needed.

Saturday, January 7, 2012


Julio César Abanto

Coordinador Académico

Centro de Idiomas

MEJORES PROFESORES, MEJORES RESULTADOSidiomas.up.edu.peAv. Prescott 333 San Isidro, Lima 27

T. 511-219-0100 Ext. 2993

T. 511-421-1628 / 511- 4212969



Friday, January 6, 2012

[ELTeCS_PE​RU] Summer short course - Camelot


Camelot has the pleasure to announce the beginning of its Short Courses for Teachers of English

 Phonetics ( 20 hours ) .- Saturdays 9:00 -11:30 a.m

.How to Teach Grammar (20 hours).- Saturdays 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

First day of class: 14/01/2012

BRUSH UP YOUR ENGLISH!Reinforce the main English skills

SPEAKING & LISTENING (24 hours) Monday – Wednesday – Friday 6:30- 8:30 p.m. First Day of Class: 16/01/12 Ø
PRONUNCIATION (24 hours) Tuesday & Thursday – 9:00- 12:00 m. First Day of Class: 17/01/12 Ø GRAMMAR (24 hours) Saturdays – 9:30- 1:00 p.m.

First Day of Class: 4/02/12

 These Courses will be held at Camelot Language Center premises located on Aviación Av. 2747 – 4th floor, San Borja, for more information call Telephones 4751274 / 2268704 camelot-lang@terra.com.pe You can also check our website. www.camelot-lang.org



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