Workshop: Promoting Students’ Spoken English

Type of Event Training
Date of Event 2018-03-10 09:00:00 ~ 17:00:00 (Saturday) 09:00-13:00,14:00-17:00
Location Saint Joseph Seminary E06 Classroom Address: 5 Largo de Sto. Agostinho, Macau (Entrance next to Sir Robert Ho Tung Library)
Registration description From now until 2018/02/25 (Mondays to Fridays, 10:30 – 19:00)
Audience English Language Teachers from Local Primary and Secondary Schools
Quota 20 20
Fee Free
Performer Professor Elisa Monteiro (Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Psychology and Education, Co-ordinator for the Bachelor in Education Programme offered by the University of Saint Joseph)
Organization Centre of Languages, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Producer Centre of Languages, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Language English
Information 8490 5318(Ms. Wong Kit U) or 8395 9173(Ms. Chao Sok Teng)
Goal This workshop is designed for English language teachers and aims to offer continuing professional development. The workshop will combine practical content with application through the enhancement of participants’ knowledge and skills/competencies. The participants will be shown various techniques that can help them improve the quality of their teaching and learning approaches to make English classes more engaging and to enhance their students’ speaking skills.
Message – Design effective and meaningful communicative tasks. – Develop a communicative environment, which supports student motivation, emotion, and independence through group learning. – Promote the integrated development of communicative skills. – Enhance the English language curriculum so that students have greater opportunity to communicate naturally.


Content provider: Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ)

Last modified: 2018-01-29 11:44

Is there anything wrong with this page?

Help us improve GOV.MO

* Mandatory field

Send

All information on this site is based on the official language of the Macao Special Administrative Region. The English version is the translation from the Chinese originals and is provided for reference only. If you find that some of the contents do not have an English version, please refer to the Traditional Chinese or Portuguese versions.