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ALL Yorkshire Winter Series 2017: Session Three

January 18 @ 19:00 - 21:00

Your Language Teaching Toolkit- Taking stock and stocking up with fresh ideas that work!

Every now and again comes the time where we feel the need to rethink how we do things and add new ideas and approaches to our repertoire of teaching strategies. To maintain student motivation whilst at the same keeping a healthy work-life balance, we need a variety of go-to activities which promote engagement and progression and also need little or no preparation. This series of events will help you to refresh your “box of tricks” with new ideas that work and are smart and practical.

The Winter Series includes:

• 7 outstanding CPD sessions for one very competitive fee!
• 8 outstanding speakers sharing a wealth of ideas!
• No supply cover costs for your school!
• Fresh ideas to use in your classroom the following day

The sessions are as follows:

7th November: Introduction: Taking Stock – The TLC’s MFL Review
7th December: Strategies that enthuse and motivate students of all ages
18th January: Developing Writing Skills for the New GCSE Examination
25th January: Creative Grammar
30th January: The Final Countdown – Revision Revisited
6th February: Speak to me! Spontaneous Speaking and how to achieve it
27th February: Tuning into Translation

Please note that the deadline for booking onto the Winter Series is Friday 27 October 2017.

Please see the Winter Series Flyer for more information. To book your attendance, please fill out the Winter Series booking form.


January 18
19:00 - 21:00
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Eva Lamb


King Edward VII School
Glessop Road Sheffield + Google Map

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