Longman’s Conference 29 Aug 2006 REPORT

NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND APPROACHES IN THE CLASSROOM A ONE-DAY CONFERENCE FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS Tuesday 2006. AUG. 29 Fazekas Mihály Fővárosi Gyakorló Általános Iskola és Gimnázium, 1082 Budapest, Horváth Mihály tér 8. Steve Jones was one of the presenters at this conference and covered two different topics (click below to download …

Nyesze Longman Conf. 29 April 2006

Saturday 29th April 2006 at the International Business School Coal Mines and Mining Disasters This illustration comes from the site: http://www.welshcoalmines.co.uk/. Written by a collier who worked underground for some 30 years it is a useful and interesting source – and something intensely personal. It’s about the love-hate relationship miners …

Jozsef Attila X-mas Party

English Lamguage Competition 12th December 2005 The English language Christmas Party and Competition, supported with prizes from Cambridge University Press, was again a great success. Click on the links below for photographs of the event. Jury and Presentations Groups 1 and 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 …

MacMillans at Ráckeve

English Language Competition The competition tool place at Ady Endre School in Ráckeve. The winning team was from the Kossuth Lajos Gyakorló Gimnázium in Debrecen. The three books on which the whole competition was based were “No comebacks”, “Tess of the Durbervilles” and “Goldfinger”. Somestudents managed to run all three …

Stage 2: Investigations and essays: Task 2

‘Singlish’ in the classroom: A full essay of two to three hand written pages (1000 words), computer generated cover sheet, computer generated, original or photocopied illustrations relevant to the essay, properly annotated and appendices including a bibliography (showing where the material comes from) and the material sources they’ve used. Marking …

Stage 2 Investigations and essays: Task 3

‘Singlish’ in the classroom: Group project: Students will work in groups to produce a wall display. The whole of this work will be aimed at producing team work and there will be an assessment on team work at the conclusion. 1. There was no element of team work observed 2. …

Student vocabulary:

‘Singlish’ in the Classroom Throughout the course students will collect a vocabulary which should be formatted into columns on the computer. This will have two sections (or more if desirable) Verbs, with both the present and past forms, should be separated from other words . Other words can be separated …

Stage 1: Singing ‘dictation’

‘Singlish’ in the classroom: Lessons will generally follow a similar format, though there will be changes from time to time depending on the material being used. 1. Introduction: Do not give them the title. The song is sung once through and the students listen. They are asked to write down …