This workshop covers the exploitation of highly-valued concepts in education and discusses ways of transferring the practices into English-language teaching.
This practice-oriented workshop covers general information on TOEFL Junior Speaking Test content and introduces
This practice-oriented workshop covers general information on TOEFL Junior Standard Test content and introduces
This practice-oriented workshop covers general information on TOEFL Primary Speaking Test content and introduces
This practice-oriented workshop covers general information on TOEFL Primary Reading and Listening Test content and introduces
There are many ways to monitor and assess student progress, from informal to formal and many times both inside and outside a lesson. In an ideal language classroom, teachers and students are constantly monitoring progress. However, this requires substantial training for both teachers and students.
The main objective of a language class should be encouraging students to feel comfortable in a foreign language. To be able to feel confident and succeed in and out of the classroom language learners should have the necessary language skills across three domains
In most English classrooms, the gaps in students’ proficiency levels are too wide. Teachers run the risk that students start feeling lost and disengaged. It presents a challenge to teachers to meet the needs of the individual students and to create motivating learning opportunities for them.
In this practical and interactive session, we will discuss the answers to these questions and share innovative ways and sample activities to improve our students’ speaking skills across different age groups and proficiency levels.
Led by an ETS-approved trainer in an interactive, hands-on classroom setting, the TOEFL ITP® Teacher Workshop is a full-day professional development program.