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Principles of Teaching Young Learners: Planning for Learning

posted 18 Apr 2017, 21:44 by APRIR Asociacion Profesores Inglés Rosario   [ updated 10 Jul 2017, 17:17 by Mariel Amez ]

 APRIR and Pearson ELT Argentina take pleasure in inviting you to the presentation:

Principles of Teaching Young Learners: Planning for Learning
By Leonor Corradi, M.Ed.

On Saturday 29th April
from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm
At Centro Educativo Latinoamericano –Av. Pellegrini 1352 – Rosario

Read Leonor Corradi's Biodata

Abstract: Planning is inherent to language teaching. We plan units, lessons, activities and projects, to mention but a few. In our zest to find creative activities and cater for our students’ needs, we run the risk of overlooking some crucial principles in education and ELT. How can we ensure that our planning does justice to the latest research and to the underlying principles in the curriculum? How can we plan having valued student outcomes in mind? This presentation aims at reflecting on these questions so that participants can find their own paths to their young students’ learning. 

This activity is free of charge but online registration is essential

With the support of 

Special benefit for APRIR members: 

All our members who have cancelled their dues and are present at this event are eligible for a prize draw for free access to four modules of Teacher Development Interactive (TDI).  

On completion of  four modules of a score of 75% you receive a First TEFL Certificate from the English Language Teaching Institute at Hunter College, City University of New York.