Thursday, November 7, 2013

[ELTeCS_PERU] Fwd: Teaching Adults – November 2013

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Welcome to the second issue of Teaching Adults - the e-newsletter for teachers of adults, and personalised according to your specific areas of interest.

As ever, we love to hear your suggestions for future articles. Send your thoughts
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EAP in the classroom
Part one - choosing and using authentic texts

What exactly are authentic texts, and how should we use them? This is the first of a series of three articles on EAP in the classroom by freelance consultant, author and presenter, Edward de Chazal.

Webinar: Making the most of e-books for academic skills

Take part in this webinar to learn more about e-books, and how they can enhance students’ learning. You will also be shown specific examples demonstrating how to use academic skills coursebooks from the Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf, including Q: Skills for Success, Effective Academic Writing and Inside Reading.

How to keep writing tasks real:
Hotel reviews

Motivate your students with these real-life online writing tasks from Alastair Lane, co-author of the new International Express.

Style and substance:
Teaching EAP at Advanced level

In academic contexts, what you say is just as important as how you say it. Help your students to improve both the content and style of their writing with advice from Julie Moore, author of the new Oxford EAP Advanced level.

Teaching low level Business English

Teaching Business English at lower levels presents teachers with a specific set of challenges. Find out how to tailor your lessons to your learners’ needs with these top tips from John Hughes, co-author of the new Starter level of Business Result.

And more...
Use our coursebooks on your tablet
Style and substance: Teaching EAP at Advanced level
How to survive in the freelance market: Part two - Writing a business plan
What makes a good coursebook? Part two - Teaching grammar to adults
Get your low-level students talking!
Exam trends across the world: Survey results
Oxford ELT shortlisted for two ESU Awards
Improve your students' scores in writing exams
Cell phones in the adult classroom: interruption or resource?
Catch up on webinars you've missed
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