Topics for #ELTchat in April/May 2017
If you haven’t read the announcement of some changes to how we choose topics for #ELTchat, have a look at a previous post.
Here, I will be posting the topics we will cover in following chats.
Please, keep suggesting topics on the #ELTchat topics submission form
May 10 #ELTchat topic:
Integrating New Students Into Existing Classes with Fresh Ideas
Rolling admission can have its benefits but can also be a challenge for the students and the teacher. What do you do to ensure better integration of new students into existing classes? Bring your fresh ideas tomorrow, May 10 at 19.00 (UK time) on Twitter and let’s #ELTchat
May 3 #ELTchat topic:
How to prepare and what to study before your first CELTA or equivalent course
Join us if you are a
- teacher who has some great ideas to share
- trainer who has some advice for future trainees
- future trainee to learn how to help yourself
April 26 #ELTchat topic:
Language Needs of Very Advanced Learners
Advanced learners and their language needs is a topic that has not been discussed enough in #ELTchat. It is however something that is of relevance to most teachers, considering some teachers are advanced language learners themselves.
This promises to be a topic of interest to most of us! Join us tomorrow 🙂
April 19 #ELTchat topic:
Exploring your options in ELT.
At #IATEFL2017 conference, there was a lot of discussion about possible next steps in one’s career in ELT. It seems this is something that most people think about a lot. In the past, we had two #ELTchats on this topic. One in 2013 and another one in 2015. It’s interesting to see what has changed, how and if people think differently about their careers.
Here’s the summary of the 2013 chat (click here) written by Sue Annan, and
here’s the summary of the 2015 chat (click here) written by Fiona Elsted
This promises to be an interesting topic so let’s chat!
Your #ELTchat moderator for April/May
Please, keep suggesting topics on the #ELTchat topics submission form !