Webinarer til indskolingen


Keeping your students engaged during their holiday (Cambridge) 
A break from your English class doesn't mean a break from English! Cambridge has lots of self-access materials ready for your learners to explore in their holidays. Join this webinar to find out top tips on how to keep your learners motivated with their English outside the classroom.

This webinar is aimed at Young Learner teachers and A2 Key for Schools and above.


Young learner flashcard activities for the Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers Classroom (Cambridge)
This webinar will show you activities for your young learners using flashcards, and other free resources from our website. The activities are aimed at Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers and the webinar is suitable for new or experienced teachers, who are perhaps new to the Cambridge English young learner exams, or for teachers who may just want to discover our free resources and learn some new games and activities for teaching young learners.


Expanding children’s horizons through readers (ELI) 
Reading longer texts in English gives children the opportunity to reinforce the language they know and helps them to acquire new language in a natural way. The more they are interested in what they read, the better they learn. This webinar will look at practical ways of awakening children’s curiosity about the world in which we live, using some of the targets of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.


10 Essentials for teaching very young learners (ELI)


Tell me a story, help me to grow (ELI)
Narratives and storytelling are a natural part of our everyday lives. They are a familiar format for kids, as theirs is a playful world full of imagination and creativity. Stories are a natural context for them to experience new language; they are memorable and fun. Stories also welcome repetition, invite curiosity, interaction, and personalisation, and motivate retelling. We are also educators preparing young people for a life after school. So, if we choose the right stories and activities for our English classes, such as simplified classics or fairy tales, we will also be modelling good values to strengthen the learners’ social and emotional learning. 


Preparing students for life and language in the 21st century (ELI)
The old-fashioned idea of teaching English simply a subject with rules and words is over. Nor do we teach English because students might one day visit or even want to know about the UK, USA, Australia etc. To prepare students for life in a global, connected world , we must teach English as a skill for realistic international communication at work or for study. This, therefore, has important implications regarding our topics, approaches, and exposure to the language used by non-native speakers of English who form the majority of the world’s English language speakers. This session looks at ways, through remote teaching or in the classroom, to bring the real world of English and cross-curricular elements into the English classroom using materials, including video with both native and non-native speakers