exams, Grammar, upper secondary, Workshop

Helen Gibb and Lubos Masaryk (Czechia/UK/Slovakia)

Productive production for exam success

An interactive workshop focusing on productive skills for exam success. This workshop will provide teachers with practical advice on how to prepare students for the speaking exams for Slovak high school learners looking at key criteria and how to ensure students maximise their output. In addition, the importance of feedback and correction will be discussed with activities and strategies for improving student output.

  • Upper Secondary
  • Grammar, Vocabulary, Speaking
  • B1-B2

Helen Gibb: “For the past 12 years I have worked in several contexts around the world, including monolingual and multilingual classes. I’ve taught teens and adults across a range of courses, including general English, English for business, Cambridge exam preparation and academic English for university preparation. I am currently completing my Doctorate in Education, focusing on student and teacher’s perceptions of error correction. I am also currently teaching academic English and providing skills support for university study up to masters level.”

Lubos Masaryk: “I have been teaching English for over 8 years at various levels. Currently I prepare secondary school students for their school leaving exam and also for Cambridge exams. I’m also doing a PhD student at Masaryk University in Brno where I deal with how to use inquiry-based learning approach to teaching grammar.”

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