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Lausanne - 11th November 2017 - Using Literature to Teach English

Graham Workman’s seminar will take place on a Saturday morning at the Continental Hotel opposite Lausanne station.  The first half of the seminar will provide four different ways of exploiting poems so they can be used for vocabulary development, creative writing and practice with the rhythm and sounds of English.  The second half will present and practise three ways of getting learners to discuss short stories.  Participants will be provided with copies of short stories to read before the seminar and numerous further resources will be provided on the day.

Bio details

Graham Workman is a teacher trainer for Primary, Secondary, Adult, Business and CLIL teachers of English.  He runs teacher-training courses in England, Switzerland, and other European countries.  He has written 12 books of teaching materials, including Concept Questions and Time Lines, Primary English Lesson Materials, Popular Films for Language Use 1-3, Popular Films for Business English 1-2, and CLIL Maths and Science Materials.

Logistics:

Date: Saturday, 11th November 2017

Time: 9h00 – 13h00

Place: Continental Hotel, 2, Place de la Gare, 1001 Lausanne

Price: CHF 35,- for members /  CHF 50,- for non-members.  (Includes coffee/tea/juice, croissants and fresh fruit during the coffee break.)

Registration: vaud@e-tas.ch