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IATEFL 2019 talks
Catch up with our IATEFL 2019 talks:
How to answer learners' grammar questions

Scott Thornbury

Grammar teaching can be trying for even the best of us. Scott shared his personal experiences with learners' grammar questions at IATEFL and discussed ways of tackling them, as well as how to encourage learner-initiated questions as a positive learning strategy.

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Greg Archer
Functional. Not functional: Rethinking IELTS writing
Greg Archer

Are your students struggling to write or getting stuck when it comes to thinking of  ideas? Are they showing enough of a range of language when it comes to their IELTS essays? 

Greg talked to us at IATEFL 2019 about some ideas he has been developing to help students write better for their essays.
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Ceri Jones
Peer Power: exploring the importance of peers in language learning
Ceri Jones

In her talk, Ceri explored the concept of near-peer role models, using a personal windsurfing example. She shared learner belief systems of near-peers and how students can learn with and from each other.
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Michael Tomlinson
Collaborate, learn and develop confidence: project-based ideas for the Primary classroom
Michael Tomlinson

Michael had everyone up singing and dancing at his IATEFL talk. He discussed project-based ideas for the primary classroom and ways of developing confidence through collaborative learning.
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