Dragi saradnici,                                                                                                  

Sa velikim zadovoljstvom vas pozivamo na seriju seminar namenjen nastavnicima osnovnih škola koji će se održati u periodu od 25.03. do 28.03.2019.god. u više gradova širom Srbije.

Predavanje na temu Mixed feelings about mixed ability? A survival guide for mixed classes održaće Zoltán Rézműves, renomirani predavač koji se skoro 20 godina bavi edukacijom nastavnika širom sveta. Gospodin Rézműves će prisutnim učesnicima predstaviti konkretne tehnike koje mogu biti od koristi u radu sa učenicima različitih nivoa znanja. U svom izlaganju daće  praktične savete o tome kako motivisati, podstaći i dati podršku učenicima u procesu usvajanja novog gradiva.

Učesnici će tokom seminara imati priliku da se upoznaju sa novim izdanjima udžbenika za drugi i šesti razred, a biće predstavljene i mogućnosti koje nude prateće digitalne komponente nove Happy i Project serije.

Molimo vas da svoje učešće potvrdite najkasnije do petka, 25. marta slanjem vaše prijave na sledeću imejl adresu: office@englishbook.rs

Program seminara, kao i prijavu za isti, možete da preuzmete na sledećim linkovima:

Program Niš - 25.03.2019.god - Prijava

Program Novi Sad - 26.03.2019.god - Prijava

Program Jagodina - 27.03.2019.god - Prijava

Program Beograd - 28.03.2019.god - Prijava

 

Zoltán Rézműves has been involved in ELT since 1990. He worked for Oxford University Press (OUP) as editor and project manager between 1999 and 2011. As a teacher trainer, he has given talks in over 30 countries worldwide. In 2012, he set up his own publishing services company, Consonant Kiadó, and currently works as freelance ELT author, teacher trainer, and editor. He is co-author of Achieve (OUP), Straight to Advanced (Macmillan) and Oxford Exam Trainer (OUP), and Teacher’s Book author of Project 4th edition (OUP) as well as Ready for Advanced (Macmillan), and the Think and Citizen Z series (CUP).

 

Mixed feelings about mixed ability? A survival guide for mixed classes

Practically every group of language learners is a mixed-ability class. Students differ in their attitudes to learning, in their linguistic background, in their levels of experience, and so on – leading to a constant balancing act for teachers. What can be done about teaching classes at mixed levels? How can we provide more support, more challenge, and more attention to each learner’s needs at the same time? We explore some techniques to help you survive lessons in mixed classes.