TESOL France Bordeaux 21 September 2019 event - The Art of Presentation with Ed Bell
The Art of Presentation: Caesar vs. Cicero
'The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves’. By placing more importance on planning and encouraging academic scrupules, we as teachers can prepare students better for the professional world. Lessons are a training ground where mistakes are to be encouraged, but we must change what counts as a mistake. For example, which is worse: the incorrect use of the present perfect, or unthinking and unplanned baloney? This presentation will offer practical, takeaway solutions.
Edward Bell, originally from Blackburn, Lancashire, studied Latin and French at the University of
Oxford, graduating in 2014 and obtained his CELTA qualification in 2015. He has worked in private
education, setting up his own tutoring services in Paris and developing the RQ methodology
(Repetitive Questioning). Since October 2017, he has been teaching at Télécom ParisTech and put
on the school’s very first Christmas pantomime. Since January of this year, he has been teaching
at the Institut Villebon George Charpak, an innovative pedagogy unit linked to Paris-Sud.
This workshop is open to TEACHERS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE WITH LOTS OF IDEAS OR IN NEED OF IDEAS
Date: Saturday, 21 September 2019
1 avenue du Dr Albert Schweitzer
33402 Talence Cedex
Tram B, arrêt « Arts et Métiers »
This venue is not open to the public on weekends, therefore, walk-ins will not be possible. Please be sure to fill out the registration form to let us know that you will be coming.
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