Friday, July 19, 2013


Estimados/as profesores/as,

A nombre de Editorial Anglo del Perú queremos agradecerles su activa participación en nuestro evento anual 2013 "Sharing Teaching Strategies with the Bestest" que se llevó a cabo en el Centro de Convenciones Atlantic City el día 15 de julio del presente.

Es una gran satisfacción para nosotros haber podido cooperar de alguna manera práctica a lograr sus objetivos de desarrollo profesional docente.

Asimismo, si tuvieran cualquier consulta o requirieran la visita de algunos de nuestros representantes o consultores académicos les agradeceremos enviarnos un correo a anglo.peru@empreser-elt.como llamar a los teléfonos 440-7090 ó 440-3842.

Roxanna Alvarado Vivar
ELT Academic Consultant
Editorial Anglo del Perú S.A.
Av. Petit Thouars N°3860 - San Isidro
Teléfonos: (51) 440-7090 / (51) 440-3842

Friday, July 12, 2013

[ELTeCS_PERU] New opportunities with the British Council - Become a speaker in the Seminar Series + A teacher recruitment event‏


We hope you're enjoying a wonderful summer, whether you're just meeting a new class of learners or teacher trainees, or if you're taking a hard-earned break.
We have a number of opportunities for career development.
Please read ahead to find out more.
There are also a number of videos from the Seminar Series now available to watch online. 
Learn ways to make spelling less chaotic for learners, with Johanna Stirling. 
Think about how teachers learn to teach, with Willy Cardoso. 
Reflect on the concept of standard English forms and functions, with Christopher J. Hall.
With thanks and kindest regards,

Melissa, Rebecca and Rhea

British Council Seminars Team

Career Development for Teachers of English

We are seeking proposals from potential presenters and workshop leaders on a wide range of innovative topics and from a
variety of language teaching backgrounds.
Whether you are an English language teacher, researcher or practitioner, if you would like to share your innovative techniques from the classroom, or cutting-edge research, please put forward your proposal today.
Whether you have little experience of presenting in such a context but would like to share your tips from the classroom, or if you have particular expertise finely honed down the years, we would be delighted to read your proposal. 
Please find further information within the proposal form. 
Closing date: Friday 9 August 2013


Thursday 1 August, 1830 - 2030
British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London, SW1A 2BN
Are you thinking of making a career teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL)?  Already qualified with a CELTA or Trinity Certificate in TESOL and looking for opportunities abroad?
The British Council employs over 2000 teachers worldwide and we're growing. This year we need to recruit around 800 teachers and Senior Teachers to work for us on a variety of contracts overseas.
Drop in any time on Thursday 1 August from 1830 until 2030, for short presentations, and the chance to discuss opportunities, over refreshments, with current British Council teachers and recruiting managers based in the Middle East and North Africa.
The event is free of charge, but places are limited.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.

New seminars available to watch online

Seminars videos at English Agenda - Spelling myths, Johanna Stirling
Teacher development video - Changing Englishes, Christopher J. Hall
   Teacher development videos - EAL teachers, Clare Wardman Teacher development videos - Willy Cardoso
Johanna Stirling
Read Johanna's  
blog post
Christopher J. Hall
Clare Wardman
Watch online
A focus on EAL 
in partnership with 
the Bell Foundation 
 Willy Cardoso
Follow us on Twitter @BCseminars 
Find the bank of teacher development films from the British Council Seminar Series at

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

[Webinar for English Teachers] Drama and EFL Acquisition. July 10, 4pm.

  Webinar for English Teachers
  Drama and EFL Acquisition

The webinar will examine the benefits of theater arts in an ESL classroom, and present some strategies for combining ESL and Theater Arts instruction. 
What:     Drama and EFL Acquisition
               Webinar on English teaching, organized by the Regional English
               Language Office for the Andean Region at the U.S. Embassy in Lima.

Who:      Eric Johnson, Senior English Language Fellow
               Eric spent over 30 years working at a bilingual/ESL teacher and
               administrator in the Boston Pubic Schools. He has also worked as a
               professor at a Massachusetts University and has teaching experiences
               in Colombia and South Africa. His doctoral work at Harvard University
               examined the impact of native English speaking students working with
               non-native English speakers. He is currently the Senior English
               Language Fellow in Bogotá, Colombia.

              Calvin Beckett, Theater Arts Teacher
              Calvin works in the Boston, Massachusetts Public Schools as a Theater
              Arts teacher. He also holds an ESL license and incorporates the arts in
              teaching ESL. He has an undergraduate degree in theater and a master's
              degree in both ESL and theater arts from Sarah Lawrence College.
              Currently he is an ESL/theater arts teacher at Newcomers Academy.

When:    Wednesday, July 10th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm (Peru Time).
Where:   Join us from a computer with audio and internet access
               at 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.