Five ways to use speed dating to improve speaking | Online Seminar for English Language Teachers
Five ways to use speed dating to improve speaking Online Seminar for English Language Teachers
Get ready for the next online seminar for English language teachers hosted by the Regional English Language Office at the US Embassy. This time we will learn five ways to use speed dating to improve speaking. The seminar will be presented by Ta Hintze, English Language Fellow for the US Department of State.
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Five ways to use speed dating to improve speaking
This webinar will discuss different ways to use speed dating (the traditional 3-2-1 exercise) in your class to focus on different speaking tasks: ice breakers/simply getting students to talk, improving fluency, practicing specific grammar or vocabulary, practicing presentations, or discussing a reading or homework. The goal is to teach your students one activity that you can then vary to elicit different skills and also, to provide them with more student-centered, yet guided talk time.
Ta Hintze is an ESL/EFL professor and teacher trainer. She holds a Master's degree in TESOL and a Master's degree in Teaching Social Studies, grades 7-12. She has 15 years of teaching experience in the USA, Syria and currently in Mexico as an English Language Fellow, a program sponsored by the United States Department of State. Although she is primarily a university academic English language teacher, she is very interested in using service learning projects to create opportunities for more relevant English language teaching and learning, and to increase collaboration among teachers of different departments. Ta speaks Spanish, German and French, she reads a great deal of history and science fiction, and she is from New York.
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