Designing Effective Conversation Classes – a webinar by Chase Anthony Brame

Dear Colleagues,

IATEFL Poland and Chase Anthony Brame, English Language Fellow through the U.S. Department of State’s English language Programs,

have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar

“Designing Effective Conversation Classes”


This session invites participants to consider how English conversation classes can be designed to be more effective and engaging for English Language Learners. Through this session, participants will become familiarized with potentially useful methodologies and techniques to get students talking.  Equally important, we will seek to understand and discuss the pedagogical rationale for using these techniques. Last, we will explore the budding subject of translanguaging and reveal how teachers and students who share a first language can leverage their common linguistic knowledge to enhance students’ proficiency in the target language. This session is intended to be highly practical, with the goal for participants to leave with a ready-to-go set of tools that can be immediately used in English conversation classes.

Professional profile

Chase Anthony Brame

Chase Anthony Brame, M.A. TESOL, is a writing and language educator. His research
interests include multilingual writing and discourse analysis, English composition pedagogy,
English as an International Language, and high-impact practices of engaged learning. Chase
is the visiting English Language Fellow at the Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology
and Humanities in Radom, Poland for the 2022-2023 academic year.


On behalf of IATEFL Poland

Webinar organisers:

Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka

Chief Administrative Officer


Lucyna Wilinkiewicz-Górniak

Webinars’ Coordinator

Kraków Region Representative


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