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Friday, October 20 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Activities Your Textbook Can’t Do -- ROOM CHANGE

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ROOM CHANGE from San Thomas to CC 206

Many effective language strategies require going beyond the textbook. For example, it is important to incorporate activities that reach kinesthetic, visual, and interpersonal as well as verbal learners. It is also important to provide activities that develop skills – such as using technology – that learners will need outside the classroom.

In this demonstration, Ventures authors provide examples of activities in each of these areas.

Speakers
avatar for Gretchen Bitterlin

Gretchen Bitterlin

San Diego Continuing Education
Co-author of Ventures.I have 40+ years experience teaching adult level ESL.
DJ

Dennis Johnson

retired, City College of San Francisco
Ventures co-author
avatar for Sylvia Ramirez

Sylvia Ramirez

Professor Emeritus, MiraCosta (ret.)
I am a Professor Emeritus at MiraCosta College, a teacher educator, writer, consultant and a recipient of the California Hayward award for excellence in education. I am a proud co-author (one of five!) of the Ventures series from Cambridge University Press.


Friday October 20, 2017 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
CC 206