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Masterclass: Contemporary issues in ELT
Helbling Masterclass offers the chance to further your knowledge and enhance your teaching by exploring and discussing some of the most topical issues in ELT teaching today.

In addition to six live 90-minute classes, with some of the leading authors in the field, participants also gain access to the 5 e-books from the Helbling Resourceful Teacher series that accompany the course.

Participants are also able to interact with the instructors and the rest of the course cohort via the Helbling e-zone platform.

For a full course overview see: https://helbling-ezone.com/?page=product-info_MasterClass


Dates: Start: 28/09/2021
(registration closes 28/09/2021)
End: 07/12/2021

Masterclass Pack includes:
- 6 online live Masterclasses
(+ recordings)
- 5 e-books accessible online on HELBLING e-zone
- Shared space on HELBLING e-zone

The Masterclass covers the topic of Contemporary Issues and brings together 6 of the leading names in the field of ELT as instructors for the course:

LIVE LESSONS: (4:00 PM - 5:30PM UK)

28/09/2021: Sarah Mercer
The self in language learning and teaching

12/10/2021: Scott Thornbury
Conformity vs creativity

26/10/2021: Jeremy Harmer
Lessons from online

09/11/2021: Jane Revell
Exploring objectives in a climate of change

23/11/2021: Tim Murphey
Language Hungry for the BioPsychoSocial and Educational Partnerism

07/12/2021: Herbert Puchta
Emotional Engagement in ELT

By registering for the Helbling Masterclass, you accept that an account on the Helbling e-zone platform will be created on your behalf and you agree to all the Terms & Conditions.
For full info, please see: https://www.helbling-ezone.com/?page=terms-of-usage

PLEASE NOTE: Login details for Helbling e-zone will be sent in a separate email as of September 20th.

Sep 28, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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Sarah Mercer
28/09/2021: The self in language learning and teaching
Sarah Mercer is Professor of Foreign Language Teaching at the University of Graz, Austria, where she is Head of ELT methodology. Her research interests include all aspects of the psychology surrounding the foreign language learning and teaching experience.
Scott Thornbury
12/10/2021: Conformity vs creativity
Scott Thornbury is a freelance writer and teacher trainer. He has published numerous methodology books on grammar, speaking, vocabulary and discourse analysis. He is particularly interested in the following areas: discourse analysis, classroom interaction, second language acquisition, and the relationship between them all.
Jeremy Harmer
26/10/2021: Lessons from online
Jeremy is an award-winning ELT author and teacher trainer. His publications include courses for adults and teachers’ resource books. Jeremy has taught in the UK and Mexico and online (for the MATESOL at the New School, New York).
Jane Revell
09/11/2021: Exploring objectives in a climate of change
Jane has taught English and trained teachers all over the world. Three times winner of the ESU Duke of Edinburgh Award for her ELT courses and books for teachers, she has also written readers, children’s stories, BBC radio and video material as well as innovative personal development books for teachers.
Tim Murphey
23/11/2021: Language Hungry for the BioPsychoSocial and Educational Partnerism
Tim Murphey has studied and taught in Europe for 15 years and in Asia for another 15. At present, he teaches at Kanda University of International Studies in Japan. He researches student voice, motivation, and Vygotskian socio cultural theory.
Herbert Puchta
07/12/2021: Emotional Engagement in ELT
Dr. Herbert Puchta is a full time writer and teacher trainer. He has been a plenary speaker at numerous international conferences, and has conducted workshops and given seminars in more than 30 countries. For almost three decades, he has carried out research into the practical application of findings from cognitive psychology to the teaching of English as a foreign language.