Conferencia sobre la enseñanza del inglés por el Dr Richard SmithFinalizado

14 abril 2015 | |

Organiza: Dirección Operativa de Lenguas Extranjeras, Ministerio de Educación del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, British Council, Instituto de Enseñanza Superior en Lenguas Vivas “Juan Ramón Fernández” y Escuela Normal Superior N° 1 en Lenguas Vivas “Pte. Roque Saenz Peña”
Lugar: Escuela Normal Superior N° 1 en Lenguas Vivas “Pte Roque Saenz Peña” (Av. Córdoba 1951, Auditorio Máxima Lupo, CABA)
Fecha: 15/04 a las 14:00 hs.
Inscripción: completando este formulario.
Destinatarios: Docentes de Inglés y estudiantes de Profesorado. Docentes y estudiantes de otras lenguas que comprendan el idioma inglés son bienvenidos.
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 “After Methods, What Then?”

“I begin with a critical look at the history of ‘methods’ to examine whether and, if so, why a ‘post-method condition’ has arisen. Concrete suggestions for moving ‘beyond’ methods have been rare, and so I explain and illustrate some possible approaches to the development of contextually appropriate methodology – via sharing of locally defined successes, via engagement in realistic teacher-research, and via collaboration within teacher networks and associations. Finally, I return to history and suggest that another way forward may lie, paradoxically, in rediscovering useful traditions.”

Dr Richard Smith (Associate Professor, University of Warwick, UK) coordinates the TELC network for teachers of English in large classes and other difficult circumstances. He also coordinates IATEFL’s Research SIG, placing a strong emphasis on teacher-research, and is co-convenor of the AILA Research Network on Learner Autonomy. He has published widely in the fields of learner and teacher autonomy, ‘appropriate methodology’ and history of language learning and teaching. For further information see: www.warwick.ac.uk/go/richardcsmith

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