Date and time:
This session will be held live on January 20, 2022, a Thursday, from 19.00 to 21.00 (BRT). A recording of this workshop will be available for participants via our Google classroom for 30 days.
A brief description of the workshop:
In this workshop, we will discuss some important areas of classroom management, such as:
- teacher talk: What is teacher talk? Should it always be as low a possible, or can it sometimes be high and benefit students? Should we use L1? When?
- starting and finishing lessons: Lead-ins, wrap-ups, assigning homework, and more.
- giving instructions: The best ways to give instructions (and we’ll practice them!), how to check instructions, eliciting instructions, and much more.
- monitoring students’ work: Should we intervene? What do we watch for while monitoring?
- pairs, groups, and seating arrangements: What seating arrangements can be explored in a face-to-face lesson? What can we use pair and group work for? How often? How often to change pairs/groups and why?
NB: The context of this session is that of teaching adults (16+), mostly in language schools, via communicative methodologies, either face-to-face or online.
Investment and how to register:
- This session: R$ 100,00 (for discount opportunities, click here)
- To register for this and other workshops, click here)
Other sessions you might be interested in.
- Session 10, January 15: Managing online groups
- Session 19, January 27: Classroom management toolkit 2