ELT through sights, sounds and stories
Collaboration allows teachers to capture students’ attention, bring creativity, push down individual shyness, lift up spontaneity, and open up individual and collective intelligence. It’s also a skill needed in the real work world that our students will enter in a few short years. In this workshop, we’ll share practical ideas and short activities that equip teachers to get their students out of the limits of their classrooms’ walls – and working together.
- Upper Secondary
- B1, B2, C1
- grammar, vocabulary, speaking
Ildikó Gáspár has been teaching English since her university studies. Her favourite age group are secondary level students. She teaches at Gymnázium Opatovska cesta 7 in Košice, Slovakia. Ildikó is an active teacher who strongly believes that the combination of traditional teaching with modern approaches and techniques is the way to motivate the students to be able to reach effectively their personal and educational goals.
“My name is Monika Petrillová and I am a teacher and teacher trainer. I graduated from Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra. After spending some years teaching at the elementary, secondary and private schools I got the opportunity to teach at the University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Košice where I have now been seven years, training students and business people b oth online and face-to-face. My area of particular interest is the development and application of knowledge in communication in everyday life, so that we can meet other challenges and develop students.”