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National Seminar-Workshop on Best Practices in Teaching English Grammar, Vocabulary and Writing [Training]

The International English Learners Training Institute Inc. (IELTI) will conduct the National Seminar-Workshop on Best Practices in Teaching English Grammar, Vocabulary and Writing with the theme "Rekindling Teachers’ Motivation to Design Effective Tasks and Lesson Plans” on November 2-4, 2012 at the Sta. Catalina Spirituality Center, 20 Marcos Highway, Baguio City.
The seminar-workshop aims to:
  1. discuss with the participants issues pertinent to the teaching of grammar, vocabulary and writing;
  2. demonstrate to them some effective techniques in teaching grammar, vocabulary and writing;
  3. train them to validly and reliably assess students’ performances in grammar, vocabulary and writing lessons; and
  4. enhance their ability to construct annotated plans in teaching grammar, vocabulary and writing.
The target participants to this activity are English teachers (pre-school, grade school, secondary and tertiary), school administrators, and Education students/graduates from both public and private schools/institutions.

For more information and to confirm attendance, interested individuals may contact:

Ms. Maria Vanesa Arador
Seminar Director
Mobile Phone Nos.: 0929-137-1689; 0933-565-9595
E-mail Address: internationalenglishlearners@gmail.com
Website Address: www.ielti.org
 

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