When? September 27, 2020 (Sunday), from 9:00 to 17:00
Where? online via Zoom.
In this 7-hour workshop Sérgio and Ricardo will talk about implementing the lexical approach in your lessons, based on the work originated by Michael Lewis.
This will involve moving from a grammatical syllabus to a more functional/lexical one, and getting students to notice collocations at all levels. We will talk about different types of collocations and how they can be used to help students become both more fluent and more accurate.
We will also focus on how the lexical approach sees the four skills (Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking) and present our favourite practical classroom activities.
This is a workshop for both experienced teachers, who are familiar with the lexical approach but would like to increase their repertoire of classroom activities, and those who have never used the lexical approach before.
Enroll using the PayPal link below and you’ll receive an email with further information within 24 hours.
This is an online workshop delivered by Ricardo Barros and Sérgio Pantoja.
Get in touch with me at ricbarros at gmail dot com if you’d like to pay via boleto or bank transfer.
Ricardo Barros is a CELTA tutor, Delta module 2 local tutor and freelance teacher trainer based in Jundiaí–SP. He has taught English since 2003, working as a teacher, mentor, academic coordinator and Cambridge speaking examiner. He holds the Delta, CELTA, CPE and a BA in History from Unicamp. His Delta Module 3 Specialism focused on Teaching Exam Classes. He is also interested in Phonology and Language Development for Teachers. Ricardo was an advisory council member for BRAZ-TESOL in 2017/2018.
Sérgio Pantoja has been in the ELT field since 2002, having worked for several language schools in Brazil as an English teacher, teacher trainer and speaking examiner. He has mostly worked with young adults and adults in the areas of general English and preparation for proficiency exams. He holds the Delta, CPE, a degree in Languages, a postgraduate degree in English Language Teaching and Translation, and a TESOL Certificate from the University of Oregon, USA. His Delta Module 3 Specialism focused on Language Development for Teachers. Sérgio is an advisory council member for BRAZ-TESOL.
Certificates will be issued for all course participants. Declarations of participation in Portuguese are also available upon request.