Berufliche Schule für Medien und Kommunikation, Eulenkamp 46, Hamburg
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17:00 - 18:00 Spicing up the business English classroom - Marjorie Rosenberg
The supplementary activities are designed to be fun and encourage your learners to speak. They cover a number of topics within the business English field, can be used with different levels, either on their own or to accompany a course book. Come along to this interactive workshop to find out how to spice up your lessons and get your learners speaking and communicating. The activities will be taken from the new book by Express Publishing, Communicative Business English Activities.


About Marjorie: Marjorie Rosenberg taught for many years in the tertiary level in Graz, Austria. She now trains corporate clients and does teacher training. She has published materials for Business and General English and on methodology with Cambridge University Press, Cengage, Pearson, Delta Publishing, Wayzgoose Press, as well as for national publishers in Austria and Poland. She was the IATEFL BESIG coordinator from November 2009 – February 2015 and the IATEFL President from April 2015 - April 2017.

18:00 - 18:30 Coffee break
An extended break during which you can view teaching materials by Express Publishing.

18:30 - 19:15 Specialisation for the 21st Century learner – Kristy Kors
To achieve success, learners must develop the specialized English skills and the 21st Century Skills employers require. Career Paths offers a unique approach to ESP by developing students’ vocational English abilities while simultaneously improving their abilities to communicate, collaborate, think critically, and create in both physical and digital contexts.


About Kristy: Kristy Kors has a BA (Hons) from Leeds Metropolitan University and a CELTA allowing her to study different types of teaching methodological approaches. She taught English as a foreign language for several years before joining Express Publishing as an ELT Consultant. She now participates in seminars and conferences around the world, where she enjoys sharing ideas on the latest methodological advances and benefitting from the insight of colleagues.

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