Venue: Telecom ParisTech49 rue Vergniaud75013 Paris
8 euros for Non-Members. Please bring exact change or payment by cheque.
The Art of Presentation: Caesar vs. Cicero
“It is not by muscle, speed or physical dexterity that great things are achieved, but by reflection, force of character and judgement”
This workshop will look at how we can plan our lessons, establish appropriate objectives and understand our students to offer them the best of our teaching experience. It will examine what teacher means in different contexts, before offering four main objectives of English language teaching. There will be many opportunities to play around with a variety of activities you can use before, during and after class to measure your success and that of your students.
It follows a workshop aimed at identifying two general student profiles: the confident one and the timid one. It will be rounded off in the spring with the ambitiously titled ‘How to be Caesar, or the Art of Success’.
Presenter: Our New Addition at Telecom ParisTech. Let's welcome him.Edward Bell, originally from Blackburn, Lancashire, studied Latin and French at the University ofOxford, graduating in 2014 and obtained his CELTA qualification in 2015. He has worked in privateeducation, 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 puton the school’s very first Christmas pantomime. Since January of this year, he has been teachingat the Institut Villebon George Charpak, an innovative pedagogy unit linked to Paris-Sud.
TEACHERS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE WITH LOTS OF IDEAS OR IN NEED OF IDEAS
If you like, joining TESOL France, €53 (or renewing your membership) will be possible on the day.New members: Fill out your membership form before the event here: http://www.tesol-france.org/en/membership.htmlQuestions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org attn: Debbie WEST