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TEEN SPIRIT, OR HOW TO SURVIVE IN A CLASSROOM FULL OF ADOLESCENTS

Date

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Time

09:00 PM Europe/Warsaw

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Presenter

Sonja Górniak

Active teacher, teacher trainer and methodology consultant. Always looking for better ways to pass on her passion for languages. She puts great emphasis on the good relationship with the student, without forgetting the necessity of measuring and encouraging progress. In language learning, she believes in the balance between novelties and classics, in communication and interaction, as well as in seeing language as a tool rather than an objective in itself.

Agenda

Being a teenager is not easy. What’s even more difficult is being a teacher in a classroom full of teenagers. In this practical webinar we’ll define the problems which arise in this situation, and more importantly talk about ready-to-use tools which help overcome them. Learn to build a class that’s great on many levels: content, form, techniques and relationships. All so that both the student and the teacher can leave the classroom feeling satisfied with the process.