YLTSIG email discussion: Global Issues in Primary ELT
- YLTSIG discussion: Global Issues in Primary ELT First in a new series of
old-fashioned email discussions, based on recordings of sessions given at
the IATEFL annual conference, Glasgow, 2012.
In their summary for the presentation that constitutes the first video we
will talk about Gail Ellis & John Knagg wrote:
" Teaching more English at ever younger ages is a defining characteristic
of the global ELT scene over the last decade. (We)will paint a picture of
the primary ELT world from the perspectives of children, teachers, and
political decision makers. (We) will highlight findings from freely
available recent research and quality improvement initiatives. Primary
practitioners can place their own work within this wider global context,
and others will benefit from an overview of the big issues in the field. "
Have you all managed to watch the video? (Just write to this list if you
are having difficulties accessing it).
The recording is here:
This event is not intended to be an exercise in video evaluation and
criticism! Let's use this forum as a springboard, a starting point for you
to tell us about the situation in your country.
Have you got an urgent EFL teaching problem, do you need some advice or
information? Perhaps someone on this list can help.
Do drop us a message.
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