What learning 5 languages has taught me about ELT

28 Ноября


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How do polyglots manage to learn several foreign languages, while other people struggle to learn one? Do they have more effective methods and if so, can we pass these on to students to help them become better language learners? In this webinar, Katie discusses the insights she has gained from learning several languages and how they can be applied in the classroom to help students learn languages more efficiently.

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Katie Harris is an ELT teacher who speaks Italian, French, Spanish as well as some German and Mandarin. She is the founder of Joy of Languages, a blog which helps language learners find fun and effective ways to start speaking a foreign language. As an active member of the polyglot community, she is often invited to participate as a speaker/panellist at events such as the Polyglot Conference.

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Macmillan Education has been advancing learning for over 175 years and we are passionate about providing you with guidance, support and inspiration on your professional development journey. As part of our Advancing Learning Academic Programme, we invite you to join a series of webinars hosted by ELT and educational experts presenting across a range of themes. All webinars are FREE to attend – all you require is an internet connection and lots of enthusiasm to take part, share and advance learning. 

Over the next 6 months we are excited to celebrate Women Advancing Learning with a fantastic line-up of prominent female experts and authors from the education and ELT world, who will host sessions covering hot topics that include developing a growth mindset amongst teachers, lessons from a polyglot and teacher wellbeing, to name a few.