COD 2022 - D664

Webinar - A Creative Toolkit for English Teaching

Primary & secondary teachers school

1 sesiones, inicia: 12-Mar

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Ciclo: 2022
Nivel: A Distancia
Idioma: Inglés
Estado: Terminado
Lugar: A Distancia
Capacitador/es: Mag. Griselda Beacon MA
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Sesiones Fechas Inicia Termina
1 12 Marzo 2022 10:00 am 11:30 am


Griselda Beacon

Griselda Beacon is a teacher educator and specializes in literature & art in ELT. Her interests include literature, young learners, CLIL, creativity and critical interculturality. Passionate about art in education, Griselda carries out projects with literature, storytelling, drama, visual arts and creative writing to foster self-expression and creativity in diverse and inclusive English language classrooms. She holds an MA in Literature and Foreign Language Teaching from Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany, and has been working in the field of teacher education and Primary curriculum development for over 20 years. She has been sharing her experience as an in-service teacher trainer and curriculum developer in Latin America, Europe, Africa & Asia. She is a co-author of Together (Oxford UP, 2018), an English coursebook series tailor-made for Argentina and co-editor of the book International Perspectives on Diversity in ELT (Palgrave, 2021). Griselda has taught Children’s & Young Adult Literature, Creativity, Drama Techniques in the English Class and Play, Music, Dance & Literature in Pre-Primary Education at Teacher Training Colleges in Buenos Aires. She regularly works as a consultant for educational institutions, such as language schools (NILE - Norwich Institute for Language Education) in the UK, ELT publishers (Oxford University Press) & libraries. At present, she lectures in American Literature at Universidad de Buenos Aires –UBA. In her spare time, Griselda loves dancing, getting lost in bookstores and taking drama classes.
Primary & secondary teachers school
Explore different techniques, graphic organisers and strategies with a creative twist to enhance students’ interaction with texts.

Use everyday, ordinary objects and props to bring the students´ world into the class.

Play, transform and re-create literary texts through arts integration.

Foster students’ self-expression in English.

Bring literature closer to the students’ own world.
List, shape, narrative & performative poems.

Traditional tales & contemporary story (picture)books.

Graphic organisers (e.g. story plots)
The workshop has a hands-on approach. It is highly collaborative and interactive.

Teachers will explore a number of creative activities and resources to work with English and literature at school, discuss and apply concepts, and take away a number of lesson tips to make room for students’ self-expression through art.
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