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Activities to improve young learners' communication - Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson

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Most children love talking, so in the EFL classroom it’s just a question of getting them to do it in the right language! In this webinar from Cambridge University Press, Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson look at how to use fun, hands-on activities to help young learners improve their pronunciation and speaking skills, and enable them to communicate more efficiently. Caroline Nixon has been teaching English since 1983. She is co-author, along with Michael, of six 'Primary Box' titles from the Cambridge Copy Collection and of the Primary course Kid's Box. She gives teacher-training workshops in Portugal, Spain and England. Michael Tomlinson has been teaching English since 1989 and has worked in the UK, Turkey, Spain and Sweden. He has also led numerous teacher training talks and workshops in Europe, South America and Asia.
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Thank you for webinars- how nice to learn here! we are a private school of English in Russia. At the moment, we are discussing Kid's Box second edition updated - we really want to teach with this series, but we are not sure about cursive letters while presenting new language, writing in activity book and so on. Could you probably give the reasons of why teaching cursive writing for young learners, for our parents to explain. Thank you.
Katieboil Anegg (3 years ago)
Thank you for this video! I have no support from my school and I trying to improve as a teacher.
Katieboil Anegg (3 years ago)
+Cambridge University Press ELT Most helpful and many thanks! 
Good morning and thank you for your message - you are very welcome! We regularly run free professional development webinars which you can register for here, more webinars will be added soon for the coming months so please check back: cambridge.org/eltevents  You can watch our past webinar recordings here: http://bit.ly/CambridgeCatchUp You also may be interested in our professional development community, Cambridge English Teacher, providing you with tools and resources to help you further your English teaching career: https://www.cambridgeenglishteacher.org I hope this is helpful for you and wish you all the best, Charlotte from the Cambridge University Press ELT Social Media Team
Charles Ononiwu (3 years ago)
Wonderful Teaching tool for young learners.

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