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Exploiting authentic videos in Business English classes

posted 3 May 2017, 18:26 by Mariel Amez   [ updated 10 Jul 2017, 16:08 ]

APRIR and ISPI "San Bartolomé" take pleasure in inviting you to the presentation: 

Exploiting authentic videos in Business English classes 
by Valquiria Fazzi



This workshop aims at exploring ways to exploit authentic videos. The materials will refer to Business English contexts, but the approaches to be described are relevant to EFL in general. This talk will help participants to devise tailor-made activities to suit learners’ needs and skills while providing the rationale underlying them. Several examples from the presenter´s own practice will be offered, as well as suggestions for pre, during and after-viewing tasks which contribute to creating an environment where learners feel they are “tapping” into the “real thing.” 



When? Saturday 20th May, from 9.30 am to 12.00 pm

Where? ISPI "San Bartolomé" –Tucumán 1257 – Rosario


Enrol online and book your seat by paying in advance


APrIR members who have cancelled their 2017 dues: free of charge 

Students: $100 

St Bartholomew´s staff: $100 

Members of FAAPI affiliated TAs and other APrIR members: $100

Non-members: $150

Pay at APrIR's office or on site

Our office (Buenos Aires 1174) is open on Wednesdays 3 to 5 pm  and Fridays 10 am to 11.45 am.



Biodata

Valquiria Fazzi has been a teacher of English for 19 years. She holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Language and Literature from UCEL University and a Master´s Degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the University of Jaén. She has also earned a Graduate Certificate in the teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language from Instituto Superior Parque de España and a Certificate as a Teacher of Business English (FTBE). 
She has been working at High School, tertiary and University levels in different private and public institutions. Currently, she is teaching at Instituto Superior N° 9123 San Bartolomé, at Instituto Superior Nº 49 J.J. de Urquiza and at Universidad de Rosario (UNR). 
She has also specialized in ESP, working in the fields of Business, Agribusiness, Tourism, Law, Science and Aviation. 
She is currently a member of the APRIR EC.




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