Saturday, November 14, 2009

Join Macmillan Webinars today!

Have you ever wanted to attend TEFL seminars but:
  • found yourself living too far from the venue?
  • did not have sufficient means to attend them?
Have you ever felt the need to ask the speaker some questions but felt too shy to do so?

If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, you might be interested in what Macmillan has to offer.

Macmillan Webinars allows you to watch live talks by one of the most important people in the ELT world online. You do not need to install any programmes and may watch the seminars directly form your browser. They are all free to view but you have to pre-register to be able to do so.

There is also an opportunity to watch seminars that took place before in the Archive. You may even download them for later use.

The sessions available in the Archive at the moment are:

Pete Sharma "New technology - new pedagogies"
Lindsay Clandfield "The power of lists"
Scott Thornbury "Seven things beginning with M"
Andy Roberts "Pronunciation in Communication: An Aviation Perspective"
Roy Norris "Taking students from Upper Intermediate to Advanced"

Here is a screenshot of the seminar by Scott Thornbury.

The next session will take place on December 2nd, 2009 and the guest speaker will be Carol Read. Her presentation is called "Control or Chaos? Managing classes of primary children in a positive way".

Looking forward to seeing you there! :)

1 comment:

  1. All my answers turned out to be "yes" so I found this post REALLY helful! Thanks a lot!!!Ooops, I gotta hurry to watch the seminar by Scott Thornbury:)