How we think and how it affects language learning

22 Января


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Для участия в вебинаре необходим компьютер с доступом в Интернет и колонки.

Steve Taylore-Knowles has spent twenty-five years in ELT as a writer, a consultant, a teacher trainer, an examiner and a teacher. He has created a number of best-selling multi-level courses, including Optimise (Macmillan Education, 2017, 2019), an exam preparation series for teenagers, and Speak Your Mind (Macmillan Education, 2020), a brand-new course for young adults. Steve is regularly invited to speak at events around the world, as well as give webinars from the comfort of his office in the north of England. Steve believes firmly in lifelong learning, and he is currently learning to play the harmonica!

Language and thought are intimately connected and our students need to develop both sets of skills to be effective in English. What are the key thinking skills your students need? How can we help our students develop those skills? Join Steve to explore this area based on the work he’s done in developing his new course, Speak Your Mind.

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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 Advancing Learning with a fantastic line-up of prominent 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.