D407 - Cambridge Week: Vocabulary Acquisition Principles that gear vocabulary instruction and practice in the YL classroom
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Luciana Fernández
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Luciana Fernández is a graduate teacher of English who has been teaching English for the past twenty-three years. She has specialized in Methodology and Teaching Practice and she holds a Diploma in Educational Research from the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education. She is a Reading and Literacy expert and has been training teachers in this area for the past thirteen years. She is a teacher educator and has designed several presentations and courses for professional development both in Argentina and abroad. Her presentation at ARTESOL 2015 was selected to be presented at TESOL International as a Best Affiliate Session. She is one of the 50 scholarship winners who attended and presented at IATEFL, held in Birmingham in April 2016. Luciana has been the Head at several bilingual IB institutions in Buenos Aires. At present she is a Learning Consultant and reader for National Geographic Learning and Trinity College London Argentina. She is also a facilitator at ESSARP (English Speaking Scholastic Association of the River Plate), where she trains heads and teachers from the most important bilingual institutions in Argentina.
For teachers teaching young learners
This presentation will highlight what language teachers should know with reference to how young learners learn vocabulary and what needs to be considered when planning lessons and activities. Best EFL classroom practices are those rooted in this knowledge and will therefore enhance both high quality instruction and learning.
The presenter will give an overview of theory and research relevant to children´s vocabulary learning and will make connections to classroom practices, approaches and activities