What you will learn
This ELT Masterclass webinar centers on crafting engaging, dynamic lessons using the ARC framework and integrating warmers, fillers, and brain breaks to augment learning. It highlights the significance of balancing activities that stimulate students and foster meaningful interaction, alongside breaks that boost focus and memorization.
The webinar underscores the importance of diversifying activities and interaction patterns to sustain student interest and motivation, as well as integrating feedback and reflection for language skill development and progress monitoring.
Teachers are urged to adapt and borrow ideas, reflecting on potential techniques to try or share. Resources such as the British Council website are recommended for activity inspiration. Overall, the webinar offers valuable insights and practical strategies for creating effective lessons using the ARC framework, ultimately enhancing students’ learning experiences and promoting language development.
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About the trainer
Lydia Summerfield – Teacher Trainer & Academic Manager
Delta-qualified English teacher Lydia Summerfield has been fortunate to live and work in China, South Korea, Spain, Slovakia, and Malta. Teaching English has enabled Lydia to encounter people from various backgrounds and gain worldly knowledge. She has served as an Academic Manager at a summer school in Bath and participated in the British Council Prelim project, designing and delivering a 10-week training course for non-native English teachers. Keen on collaborating with fellow educators, Lydia constantly updates her skills and exchanges ideas. As a mental health first aider with mindfulness training, she advocates for teacher and student wellbeing.
Reviews from other learners
An invigorating workshop
An invigorating workshop, expertly showcasing a diverse range of warmers, fillers, and brain breaks. Engaging and practical, this session skillfully demonstrates how to energise learners and amplify their focus.
A must-attend for educators seeking to revitalise their teaching methods and foster active learning environments.