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With the help and support of our authorised exam centres in Austria, we are delighted to present our online Cambridge Day for English teachers in Austria.
Join us online for a rich programme with teaching tips and fun ideas as well as information on how to structure exam preparation for your students and get more information on our learning materials.
You will hear a live testimonial from an experienced teacher from Austria. The teacher will give you the ins and outs of preparing and taking a Cambridge English Qualification. Our guest speakers Penny Ur and Rachel Jeffries, will then share some of their own teaching tips and ideas on how best to apply them in your English classroom. You will also have the opportunity to talk to an exam centre and ask all your questions regarding exam organisation. Or, you can simply participate in a general Q&A session where Cambridge experts will answer your questions on the range of preparation and learning materials.
We look forward to welcoming both new and experienced Cambridge English teachers online.
NB. Certificates of attendance will be given to participants.
Your Cambridge team
Christian Handler has been leading the Cambridge English project at Gymnasium und Realgymnasium Sachsenbrunn for several years now. Students are preparing in an extracurricular course for taking computer-based B2 First and C1 Advanced exams. Their achievements are celebrated in a small certificate ceremony, and shared with the wider community by publicising a short news item on the school website, in the local media, and even on their exam centre's website. Christian will kindly give us a live testimonial on how he has successfully implemented Cambridge English exam preparation courses at his school and which learning materials he is using to prepare his students for best results.
My 30 top teaching tips - Penny Ur
This session presents a series of practical teaching tips. These are primarily based on my decades of classroom experience teaching English to all ages and levels in a country where English is little spoken outside the classroom but enriched occasionally by insights from the research.
Penny Ur has thirty years' experience as an English teacher in elementary, middle and high schools in Israel. Now retired, she has taught M.A. courses at Oranim Academic College of Education and Haifa University. She has presented papers at TESOL, IATEFL and various other English teachers' conferences worldwide. Her books include Discussions that work (1981), Five-minute activities, co-authored with Andrew Wright (1992), A course in language teaching (1996), Grammar practice activities 2nd Edition (2009), Vocabulary activities (2012), and A course in English language teaching (2012), Tips for Teaching Vocabulary (2022), all published by Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
The Collaborative Grammar Classroom: Dynamic Approaches to Teaching Grammar - Rachel Jeffries
During this session, we will explore strategies and approaches to promote a collaborative learning environment for teaching grammar at B1 and B2 level. We will look at ways we can encourage learners to communicate and work together during traditionally individual tasks as well as promoting a collaborative approach to producing grammar in writing and speaking activities.
Rachel Jeffries started her teaching career over 10 years ago as a secondary teacher of Drama. She has experience in teaching a wide range of ages and nationalities, in various countries. Rachel has written a booklet of creative drama activities to accompany Storyfun (Cambridge University Press) as well a creative drama project. She holds the PGDE and the DELTA. Rachel is Pedagogical Solutions Manager at Cambridge University Press and Assessment