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Activating Speaking with Young Learners

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Sarah Phillips, co-author of Incredible English second edition, talks about her upcoming webinar entitled ‘Activating Speaking with Young Learners’ on 18th April. You can find more information and register to attend here.

I’m often asked how we can get our pupils speaking more English. It’s a good question. As you know, Speaking is possibly the most difficult, but probably the most important, skill for our young learners.

Please join me in the Activating Speaking with Young Learners webinar on Wednesday 18 April 2012 18:00 – 19:00 BST as we look at examples from Incredible English 2nd Edition and try to identify:

a) what it is that makes teaching and learning speaking so challenging
b) how we can support the children during speaking activities
c) what we can do make speaking activities communicative and fun.

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2 thoughts on “Activating Speaking with Young Learners

  1. Hi” I got very interested in joining this amazing webnar. But, I’mquite sure I’ll be working at the time of it. So, is there another moment that I am able to watch the whole one? Let’s keep in touch!

    • Hi Gustavo, if you register for the webinar – even if you can’t actually make it – you will be emailed a link to the recording after the event.

      Thanks,

      OUPELTGlobal

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