Date
Saturday 15 September 2018 -
10:45 to 12:00

Greg Archer, Cambridge University Press book author and teacher trainer
ETAS SIG Day, Workshop A4, registration under https://www.e-tas.ch/node/3076

IELTS is most commonly known as an exam that students take to enter university courses taught in English. While this is true, the IELTS classroom is also a place where students can develop their language and their skills, all the while providing them with a qualification that is recognised all over the world. This hands-on session uses materials from the presenter’s book, Mindset for IELTS Level 3, to demonstrate activities that will develop your students’ fluency and vocabulary at B2/C1 level, and help them to achieve their best possible IELTS score. It is suitable for those already teaching IELTS as well as those with no prior knowledge of the exam.

Greg Archer is an experienced, DELTA-qualified teacher and teacher trainer who began teaching IELTS at International House in London, where he trained and qualified as an IELTS Examiner in both Writing and Speaking. After moving to Cambridge in 2013, he has been working at an international college, at various times managing the English Language department, developing appropriate courses to run alongside A Level and GCSE study, and primarily teaching IELTS, Cambridge Main Suite and English for Academic Purposes classes to students whose ambition is to enter a UK or English-speaking university.
All attending will have the option of one free copy of Mindset for IELTS and be entered into a raffle to win a full teacher set.
Workshop sponsored by the British Council, your IELTS partner in Switzerland, and Cambridge University Press.