Literature is an integral part of everyone’s life: we all love stories and we all sing songs. We will examine simple techniques capitalising on the human appreciation of literary texts to promote language development at all levels and ages.


Amos Paran is a Reader in Second Language Education at the UCL Institute of Education, University College London, where he teaches on the MA TESOL. He started his professional career in Israel, where he taught EFL in secondary schools and trained teachers. He has run teacher training workshops in countries such as Viet Nam, Uzbekistan, Israel, Switzerland, Spain and France, and works regularly in Chile. His main research interests are reading in a foreign language and the use of literature in language learning, as well as distance education, and he has written extensively on these topics. He is co-editor (with Lies Sercu) of 'Testing the Untestable in Language Education', published in 2010 by Multilingual Matters. His most recent book is Literature, co-written with Pauline Robinson and published by Oxford University Press in the Into the Classroom series. He is also a lead tutor on the free Coursera MOOC, 'Teaching EFL/ESL Reading: A Task Based Approach'.

Vreme održavanja webinara:

17. Septembar 2019. - 10:00 - 11:00
17. Septembar 2019. - 17:00 - 18:00
18. Septembar 2019. - 21:00 - 22:00

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