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TPR VS. COURSE BOOK – HOW TO MAKE PRIMARY STUDENTS HAPPY?

Date

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

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09:00 PM Europe/Warsaw

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Presenter

Ola Komada

An active teacher and teacher trainer, co-author of two ambitious and unconventional methods created for young learners – Teddy Eddie and Savvy Ed. She has a very practical approach to teaching and sets high standards for both herself and her students. As a notoriously busy person, she opts for systemic teaching solutions, which help reduce lesson preparation time while ensuring really good outcomes

Agenda

When kids leave kindergarten and start learning English in primary school many things change. They spend more time at their desks and aren’t allowed to move as much as they used to. They use books more often and start gaining completely new skills, such as reading and writing. It is challenging for them but also for the teacher. During the webinar I am going to present some practical ideas on how to make this transition smooth for students and effective for your lessons.