Associação Portuguesa de Professores de Inglês

The Portuguese English Language Teachers' Association Headquarters: Lisbon

The Portuguese English Language Teachers' Association is a non-profitable organisation of teachers who teach the language and culture of English Speaking Countries all over Portugal.

Missão: Até 1984, os professores portugueses de Inglês contavam com o apoio de uma associação, a TESOL PORTUGAL, que era um braço da TESOL - Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. - associação internacional em que a APPI está filiada. A Associação Portuguesa de Professores de Inglês APPI nasce em 1985 pela iniciativa dos associados, nº A-1, Maria Emília Galvão; A-2, Desmond Rome e A-3, Maria Manuel Calvet Ricardo, entre outros, respondendo à necessidade de ver os professores representados numa associação portuguesa.

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Deborah Healey - Gamification

- Macmillan Education Webinars -

"Gamification" | Deborah Healey

11 December 2019| 3 pm OR 7 pm

Registration: https://www.macmillanenglish.com/us/training-events/events-webinars/event/deborah-healey-gamification-2

macmillanenglish.com Games have long been part of language teaching methods. Gamification is something else, and teachers can benefit from learning about the elements of games that may be effective in connecting to today's learners. Very importantly, teachers can develop a way of thinking about teaching and learning tha...

- Oferta de emprego -

Recebemos o seguinte pedido de divulgação e relembramos que a APPI se limita a fazer a divulgação das propostas de emprego. Todo e qualquer assunto referente ao anúncio deverá ser tratado e esclarecido junto da entidade responsável.

IATEFL Conference and Exhibition 2020

- IATEFL 54th Annual Conference & Exhibition -
(International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language)

18-21 April 2010 - Manchester, England

Early-bird Registration: 14th January

https://conference.iatefl.org/
April 18 – 21, 2020

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IATEFL Webinars

- IATEFL monthly webinar -

'Are you a fair tester?' | Maha Hassan
7 December 2019, 3pm GMT

https://www.iatefl.org/web-events/webinars

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John Hughes

- IATEFL free webinar -

'MaWSIG meets BESIG: Making Business English materials that reflect learners' realities' | John Hughes
6 December | 2 p.m.

When it comes to making materials which reflect learner realities, we Business English teachers and writers tend to think we’re better at it that most other strands of ELT. After all, it’s what we do! We carry out needs analysis, we tailor make the materials, and we adjust the courses to suit changing needs. But can Business English really be so complacent? In fact, are we just as guilty at making materials which – as Kath Bilsborough suggests (IATEFL, 2019) - are far removed from our learners’ realities?

In this webinar, I’d like to explore this question by taking a historical look at Business English materials and consider when – in the past – materials writers have got it right (and reflected learner realities) and when they have got it very wrong. We’ll begin back in the fifteenth century and travel through materials from the last five hundred years arriving at the present day. We’ll also take a look at the evolving definition of Business English and how this has shaped the materials we use today and consider how future materials might do a better job at reflecting learner realities.

At the end of this historical tour, I’ll conclude by suggesting that the fundamental skills of the Business English teacher and materials writers are really quite timeless. And that if we truly want to reflect learner realities, we need to view materials writing as three-way co-creative process between the materials writer, the teacher and the learner.

John Hughes has written well over 50 titles including course books and teacher resources. He has been involved as an author on a variety of Business English books including the six-level series Business Result (Oxford), the exam course Success with BEC (National Geographic Learning) and the resource book ETpedia Business English which received BESIG’s David Riley Award for Innovation in Business English and ESP. He specializes in training teachers in materials writing and has lectured on the subject at Oxford University. His website is www.johnhugheselt.com.

MaWSIG Webinar room: https://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/_a875541554/mawsig/

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ECML/CELV > Events > Conference 2019

- ECML 25th Anniversary Conference - (European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe)

"Languages at the heart of learning: 25 years of inspiring innovation" - December, 5 & 6 - Livestreamed!

"Registration is now closed! You will, however, be able to follow the whole conference on LIVESTREAM. The link to the livestream will be published closer to date of the event. "

https://www.ecml.at/Events/Conference2019/tabid/4266/Default.aspx

ecml.at European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML), Centre européen pour les langues vivantes (CELV)

- Oferta de Emprego -

Recebemos o seguinte pedido de divulgação e relembramos que a APPI se limita a fazer a divulgação das propostas de emprego. Todo e qualquer assunto referente ao anúncio deverá ser tratado e esclarecido junto da entidade responsável.

- 11.ª edição do concurso “Conta-nos uma história!” / "Once Upon a Time" -

A dinamização deste concurso é assegurada, desde 2009, pelo Ministério da Educação (ME), através da Direção-Geral da Educação (DGE), do Gabinete da Rede de Bibliotecas Escolares (RBE), do Plano Nacional de Leitura (PNL) e da Direção-Geral da Administração Escolar (DGAE) em parceria com a Microsoft, a Associação Portuguesa de Professores de Inglês (APPI) e com a Rádio ZigZag.

A introdução do Inglês no currículo do 1º CEB, nos 3.º e 4.º anos, justificou, em 2016/2017, a criação da categoria de língua inglesa “Once Upon a Time…”, alargando assim o âmbito deste concurso.

Site DGE: https://www.dge.mec.pt/noticias/o-concurso-conta-nos-uma-historia-esta-de-volta

Site ERTE: http://erte.dge.mec.pt/noticias/o-concurso-conta-nos-uma-historia-esta-de-volta-0

Spot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=MHKCKefCncU

Página do concurso: http://erte.dge.mec.pt/concurso-conta-nos-uma-historia

Datas importantes:

· Período de inscrições: até dia 31 de janeiro 2020

· Período de submissão dos trabalhos: 16 de janeiro a 31 de março 2020

· Período de apreciação dos trabalhos: 6 de abril até 31 de maio 2020

· Divulgação dos resultados: 1 de junho 2020 (dia da criança)

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Classroom resources

- Pearson English -

'Classroom resources - Colour your world'

"Each month, starting from October 2019 until June 2020, we will be sharing a new printable set of classroom resources, including:

- a classroom poster
- a set of question cards
- teacher’s notes

They can be used to organise games, speaking tasks or time-filling activities at any time of the year. And what's more, to colour your world!"

https://www.pearson.com/english/catalogue/exam-prep/gold-experience/gold-experience-2e/resources.html

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- IATEFL WEBINARS -

'The need for Continued Professional Development for teachers of ESP - an example from English in the aviation world' | Neil Bullock | December, 4 pm

Professional roles in ESP (ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES) contexts are based on intensive and certified training. In all domains, such training is widely acknowledged as the first part of a learning process so professionals acquire the required skills & knowledge for their future domain specific tasks in a recognised and standardised way.

ESP teachers very often have no such luxury. Few professional domains have any established accreditation for English teachers, and many teachers can end up working in domains by default with little more than their 4-week CELTA or equivalent. This runs contrary to the technical learning process of students they are teaching.

ESP domains are, by definition highly technical. Understanding language as part of a very contextual communicative domain can be extremely problematic, and having the responsibility for integrating English language learning into such a domain, can be a huge challenge.

By using examples from teaching English for aviation, this webinar addresses some of the challenges ESP teachers face. It offers some basic ideas from teacher training curricula on how ESP teachers can use their own continued professional development (CPD) to develop a better understanding of the technical domain communication and contextual features that determine the language that supports such communicative skills. Understanding and developing an awareness of these skills, means enhanced credibility for teachers and a more effective learning process for the students.

Neil Bullock is an independent specialist consultant in teaching, teacher training and test development for English in aeronautical communication. He uses his operational aviation background and studies in Applied Linguistics to maintain and develop an in-depth knowledge of the language and communication used in this domain.

Neil writes and presents regularly on this domain and co-presents a monthly podcast with colleagues on CPD for teachers of professional English.

He is Vice-President of the International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA) and coordinates the association's Research group.

Join the live event: https://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/_a875541554/espsigwebinars/

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- IATEFL free webinar -

'The need for Continued Professional Development for teachers of ESP (English For Specific Purposes) - an example from English in the aviation world' | Neil Bullock
2 December | 4 p.m.

Professional roles in ESP contexts are based on intensive and certified training. In all domains, such training is widely acknowledged as the first part of a learning process so professionals acquire the required skills & knowledge for their future domain specific tasks in a recognised and standardised way.

ESP teachers very often have no such luxury. Few professional domains have any established accreditation for English teachers, and many teachers can end up working in domains by default with little more than their 4-week CELTA or equivalent. This runs contrary to the technical learning process of students they are teaching.

ESP domains are, by definition highly technical. Understanding language as part of a very contextual communicative domain can be extremely problematic, and having the responsibility for integrating English language learning into such a domain, can be a huge challenge.

By using examples from teaching English for aviation, this webinar addresses some of the challenges ESP teachers face. It offers some basic ideas from teacher training curricula on how ESP teachers can use their own continued professional development (CPD) to develop a better understanding of the technical domain communication and contextual features that determine the language that supports such communicative skills. Understanding and developing an awareness of these skills, means enhanced credibility for teachers and a more effective learning process for the students.

Neil Bullock is an independent specialist consultant in teaching, teacher training and test development for English in aeronautical communication. He uses his operational aviation background and studies in Applied Linguistics to maintain and develop an in-depth knowledge of the language and communication used in this domain.

Neil writes and presents regularly on this domain and co-presents a monthly podcast with colleagues on CPD for teachers of professional English.

He is Vice-President of the International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA) and coordinates the association's Research group.

ESPSIG Webinar room: https://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/_a875541554/espsigwebinars/

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Pearson Advent Calendar

- Pearson English: Teaching Resources -

"Get into the Christmas spirit with (...) a fantastic digital Advent Calendar! Open a window every day to reveal a festive fact, a seasonal joke or a Christmas-based lesson plan to use in class!​"

http://adventcalendarpearsonelt.es/openresources/

adventcalendarpearsonelt.es Advent is one of the most exciting times of the year for children of all ages. With that in mind, we have created this Advent Calendar with a whole range of original teaching ideas to use in class.

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VirTeach Survey

- Universidade Lusófona -

A pedido da Senhora Coordenadora do Gabinete de Tradução e Línguas do Grupo Lusófona, somos a divulgar o pedido de colaboração infra. O prazo-limite de resposta é: 30 de novembro de 2019.

"Dear colleagues,

In the scope of an Erasmus + project, VIR TEACH, I would like to ask for your collaboration. Please find below a survey designed to gather information about lacks and perspectives on languages teacher training in Europe.

It is aimed at: teacher students, foreign language teachers and policy makers. If it matches your profile, please fill out the form, if not, please help disseminating it.

Thank you in advance!

Link to survey:
https://bit.ly/2CWIIhh

Melhores cumprimentos/ Best regards,
Ana Cunha"

docs.google.com VIR_TEACH, A VIRtual Solution for a comprehensive and coordinated training for foreign language TEACHers in Europe, is an Erasmus+ funded project to create a digital tool to improve the training of Foreign Language teacher education certificates (visit http://virteachproject.eu/). Thanks to this sur...

- Go Global Language School (Abrantes) -

"Creative Engagement in ELT 3"

Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYCxsj4IIFWRhJUlIi-29Dwvntd9DNdjvomF7UykTqGwSsNg/viewform

5 fun classroom ideas for Thanksgiving

- Pearson English -

# 5 fun classroom ideas for Thanksgiving #

"Richelle Zakrzewski tells us 5 activities for different levels to get them in the Thanksgiving mood this 28th November."

https://www.english.com/blog/5-fun-classroom-ideas-for-thanksgiving/

english.com Thanksgiving is celebrated in the USA on the fourth Thursday of November. Here are 5 classroom ideas for Thanksgiving for different levels.

November, 28

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Learning to Learn. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

- TESOL-SPAIN free Webinar -

"Learning to Learn" | Fiona Dunbar
Nov 28, 2019 10:00 AM (Lisbon time)

Description:

Young learners are in their prime for language learning, By helping them to focus and by working on the training and skills they need, we can optimise their English learning now and for the future. In this webinar, we reflect on teaching practice and look at ways of maximising our students’ time and efforts in class with practical ideas and activities. The session is aimed at teachers of kids and teens but adaptable to all ages.

Registration:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bTjJsPexT--9I_BJ2N1SBQ

zoom.us Young learners are in their prime for language learning, By helping them to focus and by working on the training and skills they need, we can optimise their English learning now and for the future. In this webinar, we reflect on teaching practice and look at ways of maximising our students’ time a...

noTICiário ERTE - novembro 2019

- NoTICiário ERTE / DGE -

Newsletter Novembro 2019

https://www.erte.dge.mec.pt/sites/default/files/noticias/noticiario/noticiarioertenovembro2019.html

erte.dge.mec.pt A Direção-Geral da Educação, no âmbito do Centro de Sensibilização SeguraNet, vai promover, no próximo dia 29 de novembro, o Encontro Nacional de Cidadania Digital, no Agrupamento de Escolas Eça de Queirós, rua Cidade de Benguela, 1800-071 em Lisboa.

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Teaching Global Skills in the ELT Classroom | Oxford University Press

- Oxford University Press Webinars -

Teaching Global Skills in the ELT Classroom
Create empowered 21st century learners | Nicky Hockly | November 26, 8 am OR 5 pm

"In this webinar, I will give you practical advice for teaching global skills in the classroom. Learn to integrate essential global skills into English language teaching, including:

- Communication and collaboration
- Creativity and critical thinking
- Intercultural competence and citizenship
- Emotional self-regulation and wellbeing
- Digital literacies"

Registration: https://elt.oup.com/events/global/teaching_global_skills_in_the_elt_classroom?cc=pt&selLanguage=pt&mode=hub

elt.oup.com Get practical advice on teaching global skills in the classroom! Learn to integrate skills like collaboration, critical thinking, citizenship, and wellbeing into your everyday teaching. Join my webinar and make global skills accessible to every learner.

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- IATEFL WEBINARS -
'Improving tests through item analysis' | Michael Fields | November 26, 5 pm

TEASIG's webinar series (TEA: Testing, Evaluation, Assessment) continues with this presentation which will give teachers an insight into test item analysis. Item analysis is a key factor in improving overall test quality, allowing test writers to delete or improve poorly functioning or marginal items, increasing reliability and validity. Attendees will learn how to conduct an item analysis and manage assessments at both item and distractor level. The techniques described in this workshop, requiring no using complex statistics, include establishing and interpreting facility and discrimination indices, eliminating poorly-functioning items, and conducting error analysis to improve marginal items.

Michael Fields is an assistant professor at the University of Delaware’s English Language Institute (USA), as well as head of the testing committee. He earned an MA in Applied Linguistics from Leicester University, specialising in language assessment. He is a writer and editor for Cambridge exams and has contributed to standards setting for the TOEFL.

Join the live event: https://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/_a875541554/teasigwebinars/

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