Online over the net!
11-12 September 2021
A unique experience
Join the 3rd Online Foreign Languages Forum and keep yourself informed about what the future holds for language education.
The 3rd Online Foreign Languages Forum features plenary sessions, panel discussions, presentations, and sessions from publishers, examination institutions and educational services providers.
Virtual Expo & Book Exhibition
In addition a virtual Book and Resource exhibition will give attendees the chance to inspect the latest published and digital materials, talk live or arrange meetings with the consultants and place orders.
The platform gives also plenty of networking opportunities. Find your colleagues and talk to them through the chatroom, attend a presentation together and/or visit the Book Exhibition together. The options are endless.
Do not miss this event! Stay tuned! More information will follow.
Participation is free for all teachers and Language School Owners.
Teacher Trainer and Author
Fundamentals of language acquisition: What we have learned in the last 45 years.
SPACE IS THE PLACE: Making magic in the EFL classroom
The real joy of teaching lies in the unexpected turns that lessons suddenly take, the stories, jokes and banter that suddenly burst forth from our students. Learning how to create the space in which this kind of magic can occur takes time and requires a keen focus on language. In this talk, I’ll be unpicking the process.
John de Jong
English Language Examinations Dupery and Myths
Parents in Greece are made to believe that in order to ensure the future of their kids they need an international certificate of their English language skills and because the testing agencies claim their test is better than those provided by other agencies and also because it is easier to obtain a B2 or even a C1 level with some tests than with others, parents – if they have the money – tend to err on the safe side and require their kids to sit for at least two or three international certificates.
Unfortunately, the claims and promises provided by the test publishers are seldom true.
In this presentation will talk about false claims and misleading promises, even from the KPG exams run by the Hellenic Ministry of Education.
Removing Barriers for Special Educational Needs Students
This presentation explores the challenges special educational needs students face during learning foreign languages and discusses possible ways to eliminate barriers. Specific accommodations for both online and face-to-face lessons are examined through explicit examples, while guidance on how to implement differentiated instruction and how to adapt materials and lessons is emphasized.
Writing for Young Learners
Teaching young learners how to write is a meticulous task which requires our unwavering devotion to detail, as it is considered by many to be the culmination of a multitude of well-developed language skills. Writing at a young age not only influences the learner to develop and express his critical thought, but will also inspire him to practice and embed the key elements of the target language.
Secrets of writing
74 Ag Georgiou St
15451 - N Psychiko