International House Bangkok Teachers’ Club
The Teachers’ Club provides regular work-shops, aimed at teachers in Bangkok who want continual professional development. The sessions are run by an experienced CELTA, DELTA or Young Learner teacher-trainer with many years’ experience in different teaching contexts.
Each work-shop focuses on exploring a different area of teaching and are designed to be as practical as possible, giving the participants useful take-away ideas, activities, techniques and handouts to use in their classes with their learners.
The sessions are conducted in an informal atmosphere with refreshments provided before and after the work-shops, encouraging participants to network with other educators and make contacts within the industry.
When: Certain Wednesdays from 17:00 to 18:30
Where: International House Bangkok, Silom
Cost: 200 baht, which includes:
- Session notes
- Session activities
- Certificate of attendance
- Refreshments provided beforehand and afterwards
Anyone who would like to attend, please contact Matt on 02-632 6790 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Up-coming events in 2016
Work-Shop: Developing speaking skills
This session looks at how to make the most of speaking opportunities in the lesson. We will look at how in the design and in the set-up of speaking activities we can create the need and importantly the motivation for students to speak and to speak at length. We will also demonstrate a variety of activities that teachers can re-use in a range of lesson contexts. The activities demonstrated will be suitable for teenagers and adults, but the principles behind the activities will apply to all ages.
Work-Shop: Pronunciation techniques and activities for Thai students
This is a very practical session that looks at the problems Thai learners have with English pronunciation. We will explore a range of techniques both for raising awareness of this problem with the learner, and also for enabling learners to practice and improve their pronunciation. This will highlight a range of engaging and fun tasks that teachers can provide for their learners in the classroom.
Work-Shop: Games and Activities for Teens and Young Learners
This is a very practical session that looks at the characteristics of different young learner age groups. We will explore what makes lessons more or less appealing to different age groups and how to cater to their different needs and learning preferences. Throughout the session we will demonstrate a range of take-away activities and games that make language learning positive, enjoyable and motivating.