Workshop

Sampoerna School of Education & The British Intitute (TBI) presents:

“Project for Young Learners” Workshop

6 June 2012

01.00 – 17.00 p.m

Teaching a group of young learners (7-11) has it’s own challenges for a teacher. This certainly applies to teaching English as a second language. One way to teach young learners English is through classroom projects. It is believed that incorporating language learning in classroom projects is very effective in accommodating the various learning style of the students (auditory, visual and kinesthetic).

The purpose of this workshop is to share with fellow teachers some project ideas that can be used, how to plan projects and how to assess the effectiveness of those projects.
By the end of this workshop, workshop participants will be able to develop their own class projects to teach English language and ensure language development of the students.

Speaker:

Intan Dewi Hartianti

Intan started her teaching career with the British Institute in 2004. Having completed her CELTA, Cambridge ESOL (certificate in English Teaching to Speakers of Other Language) and CELTA YL 2005, she has taught various types of classes from Children’s’ classes to Adult classes. Intan was also certified as Cambridge ESOL oral examiner for Young Learners’ test suites in 2008.
Although she enjoys teaching all age groups, children’s’ classes are Intan’s favorite as she is also a mother of two children.
She works for TBI’s school on Jalan Riau and enjoys reading in her free time.

Venue:

Sampoerna School of Education
Mulia Business Park, Building A
Auditorium SSB, 2nd Floor
Jl. M.T Haryono, Kav. 58-60
Pancoran – Jakarta Selatan

Registration Fee: its FREE!!!

More Info & Registraton:

021-577 2275 ext. 7274 | 021-4577 4018 | dyah.kusumoningtyas@sampoernaeducation.ac.id

t:@SSE_Education

f: SSE Jakarta

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