Making Grammar Classes more Effective, Engaging, and Instructive with Irene Schoenberg
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang College 65 West 11th Street Room B500, New York, NY 10003
We aim to teach grammar in context, to incorporate corpus linguistics findings, to offer a lot of guided practice, and to get students to use the target grammar in open-ended ways. This session will take a critical look at today's ideas and present practical ways to make them work more effectively in your classes.
Irene E. Schoenberg has taught ESL for over two decades at Hunter College's International English Language Institute. She holds a Master's Degree from Columbia University. She has trained ESL and EFL teachers at the New School University, Columbia University's Teacher's College, and Hunter College's English Language Institute.
Ms. Schoenberg is the author of Talk about Trivia, Speaking of Values 1, Topics from A to Z, 1 and 2, Focus on Grammar 2. She is a co-author of Focus on Grammar 1, the True colors series, and Future 1 and Future 3.
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