Let them shine!, or public speaking and how to go about it in the classroom. – a webinar by Anna Orłowska

Dear Colleagues,

IATEFL Poland and Public Speaking SIG

have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar

Let them shine!, or public speaking and how to go about it in the classroom.

Summary:

Alongside other key competences, public speaking skills should bepart of every modern curriculum. Still, most students leave the educational system without having mastered even the basics that would lay the foundations for successful presentations, talks and business pitches they might need in the future.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “All the great speakers were bad speakers at first”, and rightly so, as the art of public speaking can and should be taught in the language classroom.

How to go about though?

In this webinar, the participants will learn some of the reasons why public speaking skills are a worthwhile pursuit in the language classroom, how to help students gradually warm to the idea of public speaking being a key competence of the future, and how to create a supportive learning environment where public speaking skills are fostered.

Professional profile

Anna Orłowska

an experienced teacher of English and Business English;

English B teacher and IB DP coordinator;

 certified English examiner (all levels) for National Examination Board;

teacher trainer; IATEFL Poland Public Speaking SIG Coordinator

neurolanguage coach, certified school mediator,

Microsoft Certified Educator, MIE Expert;

happy wife and mother of two teenage sons;

dog lover turned dog owner;

blogger (Culture of Learning- annaorlowska.blogspot.com);

avid reader; keen cook and lifelong learner with a never-ending pile of books to read😊

Do join us!

On behalf of IATEFL Poland

webinar organisers:

Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka

Chief Administrative Officer

office@iatefl.org.pl

Lucyna Wilinkiewicz-Górniak

Kraków Region Representative

Webinars’ Coordinator

lucyna.wilinkiewicz@gmail.com

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