Tuesday, September 17, 2013

[ELTeCS_PERU] [Webinar for English Teachers] Contextualized English Camp: A New Framework for Planning. Sept. 18, 4pm.

Webinar for English Teachers
  The Contextualized English Camp:
  A New Framework for Planning

Bring along a campfire song and your best scary story!  Ryan Brux, the English Language Fellow based in Tarapoto, Peru, invites you to look at s’more ways to approach intensive English camps, including how to target specific language goals using highly contextualized and content-rich activities. In this program, you will get the opportunity to look at different activities through a language lens, and obtain ideas for how conventional camp activities can be used to effectively target specific language objectives. This webinar will also provide useful resources and strategies for planning camps in your community. 
What:     The Contextualized English Camp: A New Framework for Planning
               Webinar on English teaching, organized by the Regional English
               Language Office for the Andean Region at the U.S. Embassy in Lima.

Who:      Ryan Brux, English Language Fellow.
               Ryan is the English Language Fellow based at the Binational Center in
               Tarapoto, Peru. His interests in the EFL field include: teaching methodology,
               contextualizing language, and project-based learning. Ryan has taught
               ESL/EFL in Thailand, South Korea, the Czech Republic, New York City and
               Seattle, Washington and when not working, is usually found frolicking on a
               trail in a National Park.

When:    Wednesday, September 18th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm (Peru Time).
Where:   Join us from a computer with audio and internet access
               at https://conx.state.gov/peru. Sign in using your Facebook or Twitter
               account, or choose the option "Guest" and sign in using your name and
               city. (For example: Marcela - Lima)

This webinar is free. Previous registration is not required.

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