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Fluency MC

Fluency MC

MA TESOL

Male |NEW YORK, United States

Principles of Content Creation for Pronunciation Lessons

22 Nov

2013 09:00 AM (CST)

This class ran for 61 minutes

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About the class

About the class

This webinar is hosted in English

PRESENTER: Jennifer Lebedev

PRE-CLASS TASK INCLUDED BELOW the class description.
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Jennifer will share key principles that have guided her own creation of content for pronunciation lessons. Participants will be invited to study and discuss models that allow for meaningful practice, personalized content, and multiple encounters in different formats.

Pre-lesson task
Look at this list. http://www.morewords.com/most-common-ends-with/ing/

1. Choose 10 “-ing” words for a group of high beginner students to practice.

2. What would you do with these words? Name two possibilities. (For example, “I’d ask the class to read the list with me. Listen-repeat.”)

[Note the site www.morewords.com was created by Robert Hoare. Click for more info.]

About the Host

Fluency MC

Fluency MC

MA TESOL
NEW YORK, United States

Jason R Levine (Fluency MC) has eighteen years of experience as an English teacher, teacher trainer, and materials writer. He has led student workshops and teacher training programs in sixteen countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and the Middle East.

After earning a master’s in TESOL from Hunter College in 1999, Jason taught at several schools before becoming the director of curriculum development at Embassy English. In 2002, he co-founded a business English and test preparation school in New York City.

Jason conducts workshops for English students and teachers worldwide through Oremis Plaisir d’apprendre, Gallery Languages, and the U.S. Department of State.
He is the creator of the English Workout Method, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC. He also writes for Oxford University Press and works as a trainer and consultant at Linguaid. In 2013, he created and launched ELT Techniques, the first live MOOC for English language teachers.

Jason maintains the Fluency MC YouTube channel, Facebook page, and Twitter and Instagram accounts. He is an active administrator of many Facebook groups for English language teachers and learners, including Innovative Teachers of English, Teachers Teaching Online, Fluency MC Workshops in France and Belgium, and Gallery Languages Rhyme On Time Workshops.

Please contact Jason through his website: www.fluencymc.com

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