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AACI Open Centre - AR 609
Friday, April 12th
9.00 h: Registration
9.30 – 11.00 h
Developing writing skills for Cambridge English: First (Verónica Quintieri)
Students usually dislike writing and, though we teachers may not want to admit it, writing is often at the bottom of our list of priorities too. Why is this so? Is it tedious to teach it, time-consuming to mark it, nervewrackingly difficult to motivate students to do it? Maybe, but we all know how vitally important it is to help our students develop this skill. In this workshop we will look at what writing involves at FCE level, discuss different approaches to teaching writing and share some tips and expertise.
Verónica M. Quintieri is a graduate teacher from IES en Lenguas Vivas "Juan Ramón Fernández." She holds a Diploma in English Language Teaching from Cambridge University. Verónica is an IELTS Examiner, a Speaking Examiner for Cambridge English Language Assessment, and a Cambridge Presenter and Team Leader.
She has recently become a CELTA Assistant Tutor. She has taught at Lenguas Vivas Secondary School and has been a Language I and Language III Lecturer at Lenguas Vivas Translators and Teachers Training College.
Coffee Break 11.00 – 11.30 h
11.30 – 13.00 h
Developing writing skills for Cambridge English: Preliminary (Susana Dichiera)
Writing is a very complex activity, which involves a combination of several skills to achieve communicative effect. This means that teachers need to deploy a variety of techniques to help students become more effective writers.
In this session we will explore the writing tasks in Cambridge English: Preliminary and we will look into strategies to develop the skills our students need to complete these tasks. We will also analyse how writing can be assessed following the criteria suggested by Cambridge English.
Susana Dichiera is an English teacher graduated from IES en Lenguas Vivas "Juan Ramón Fernández", where she also did postgraduate studies in English Literature and where she has been a lecturer in Shakespearean Drama. She has worked at AACI for the last twelve years as a teacher trainer, test materials designer and a teacher in charge of children, teenage, adult, in-company and Cambridge English courses. She is currently Pedagogical Assistant to the Centre Exams Manager and Team Leader at AACI Open Centre.
Friday, April 12th 2013
British Arts Centre - Suipacha 1333
Free admittance. Previous registration necessary
Limited vacancies. For registration contact AACI Open Centre, firstname.lastname@example.org - 4393-2004- Monday through Friday 9.30 - 17hs