- How can you help your students notice, practice and recycle lexis?
- Where is the line between grammaticalized lexis and lexicalized grammar?
- How can you use dictionary skills as an encoding device?
- How do you choose lexis from authentic materials?
- All this and more!
When? June 27, 2020, from 8.30 to 17.30
Where? São Paulo @ YouW (Av Brigadeiro Faria Lima 1755)
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Luiz Otávio Barros (MA in Applied Linguistics, Lancaster University) has been teaching, training teachers, designing language courses and writing ELT materials since 1992. Formerly academic coordinator at Cultura Inglesa São Paulo (where he was responsible for the advanced levels, as well as COTE, DOTE and DELTA tuition), head of research and development at Associação Alumni São Paulo (where he was in charge of the adult segment) and BRAZ-TESOL’s second vice president, Luiz Otávio is co-author of Richmond’s English ID / Identities, Personal Best, and series editor of Access.
Ricardo Barros has been working as a teacher, mentor, academic coordinator and Cambridge speaking examiner since 2003. He is a CELTA tutor, Delta module 2 local tutor and freelance teacher trainer, having worked at Cultura Inglesa, Casa Thomas Jefferson, Seven Idiomas and Target Language Services. Ricardo 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.