In April 2016, co- teaching activities for primary learners were organised for two groups of 2nd form pupils from Glodeni and Cainarii Vechi.
The activities were organised due to the motivation of the local EL teachers to get involved in projects which help them improve their ELT skills and the administration of these institutions who welcomed activities of professional development for the beginner teachers as well as extracurricular activities for the primary learners.
The pupils participated in interactive learning and evaluation activities. Two pupils from each school will participate in our annual summer school for primary learners.
We would like to express our appreciation for the fruitful collaboration to the Lyceum “Vasile Coroban” from Glodeni and the Gymnasium “Andrei Porcescu” from Cainarii Vechi, as well as to the local EL teachers, Mrs. Catalina Babuci, Mrs. Liudmila Mandatari, Mr. Vasile Cebotari.
The co-teaching activities are targeted to improve the ELT capacity at the local schools and are organised in the framework of the FELT School project due to the kind financial support of the Foundation “Liechtenstein Development Service”.
55 participants, English language teachers , pupils and parents attened our FELT School Annual Fundraising and Evaluation Session on the 26th of December 2015.
Besides the summary of the FELT School activities and outcomes, the participants had the opportunity to see the ELT flashcard sets published in 2015, receive two sets of flashcards and enjoy Christmas songs and plays.
The funds raised during this event were mainly used to organize this evaluation session. A brief financial report of our project will be published on our blog soon.
As we head off for our festive break, we wish you all a fantastic Holiday Season and a fulfilling New Year! Thank you for a great 2015 and we look forward to some new and exciting endeavours in 2016!
How to use the NLP principles in ELT? Can NLP help me teach grammar more effectively to my students?
These were among the main questions I have answered as part of the workshop: “Applying NLP Principles in ELT. Teaching Present Perfect.”
The workshop was organised in the framework of the FELT School project. EL teachers from the pilot schools of the previous edition of the project as well as teachers from the new partner schools attended the workshop.
The teachers were glad the workshop gave them an opportunity to apply the newly acquired knowledge and skills in a role play activity where they had to teach present perfect.
The FELT School Project is implemented with the financial support of the Foundation “Liechtenstein Development Service”.