Save the date: 18 February 2016
Place: Webster University, Praterstrasse 23, 1020 Vienna
Most teachers have a pretty good repertoire of ways of presenting and practising grammar. But new ideas are always welcome! This workshop will be exploring a variety of classroom techniques and activities, that relate to grammar teaching, and that will probably be new to you. Some new ways of using grammar boxes, explaining rules, making more of grammar gap-fills, setting up communicative practice, and more. Please register at
by 12 February 2016.
Philip Kerr is a well-known teacher trainer, lecturer and materials writer with over 30 years of experience in English language teaching. His publications include the coursebook series 'Straightforward' and 'Inside Out', and the methodology titles 'Translation and Own-Language Activities' (which received the ESU / Duke of Edinburgh prize) and 'How to Write Vocabulary Presentation and Practice Activities'. He blogs about technology and language teaching at http://adaptivelearninginelt.wordpress.com/ He lives in Vienna and is a board member of TEA.