In this practical workshop for teachers, Carolina Manoel, Ricardo Barros and T. Veigga will cover the theory behind some key areas of pronunciation to better equip teachers to deal with it in the classroom.
They will tackle topics such as what to prioritize when teaching pronunciation, how ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) has informed the teaching of pronunciation, how to carry out both short pronunciation activities and full-fledged pronunciation lessons, as well as the similarities and differences between Portuguese and English pronunciation.
This exploration of theory will be intertwined with practical activities that teachers will be able to take to their own classrooms in order to help their students with pronunciation.
When? July 27, 2019, from 9.00 to 17.30
Where? Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro @ Tribo
Carolina Manoel is a teacher based in Rio. She has taught English since 2002 and has been working at Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Inglesa (SBCI) for 10 years. She holds a CPE, a BA in Languages from UFRJ and a Specialization in English Teaching from UFMG. She has just joined the BRAZ-TESOL Pronunciation SIG Committee. Her main interests are professional development, Phonology, World Englishes, accents, motivation, bringing authentic and meaningful material to the classroom and making it a safe and comfortable place for the students to get involved in the classes and motivated to express their ideas.
Ricardo Barros is a CELTA tutor, Delta module 2 local tutor and freelance teacher trainer based in Jundiaí–SP. He has taught English since 2003, working as a teacher, mentor, academic coordinator and Cambridge speaking examiner. He holds the Delta, CELTA, CPE and a BA in History from Unicamp. His Delta Module 3 Specialism focused on Teaching Exam Classes. He is also interested in Phonology and Language Development for Teachers. Ricardo was an advisory council member for BRAZ-TESOL in 2017/2018.
T. Veigga is Trinity CertTESOL tutor in training, teacher, teacher trainer and materials designer based in Rio. He holds a BA in Languages (UFRJ), a Specialisation in Media-Education (PUC- Rio), the CPE, and Delta Modules 1 and 2, currently working on module 3. He has written articles on various subjects related to teaching, as well as presented at conferences in Brazil and abroad. An active member of the ELT community, T. is part of the BRAZ-TESOL advisory council and has been a pedagogical coordinator for BrELT since 2015.
Certificates will be issued for all course participants. Declarations of participation in Portuguese are also available upon request.