Saturday sessions in Tbilisi: We are now offering these 3-hour training seminars specifically for teachers – and their native-speaker assistants – working in Tbilisi. This training, which is free of charge, is open to all teachers of young learners but priority will be given to those who are currently using Setting out in their classes. The first such training seminar is planned for Saturday 27th November, at 10.00. To book your place for this date call Barrie Watson on 899 90 29 69 or Tea on 877 74 21 46 or Lia on 103 205.
We are offering you the possibility of receiving free training seminars to help you make optimal use of Setting out in your classes.
- Taking place in your town
- 3-4 hours of training
- Conducted by Barrie Watson with Tatiana Bukia
- Minimum number of participants: 10
- Flexible application and registration procedure
Either: Fill in and send the online ‘seminar application’ form, which you will find by clicking here.
Sending in your problems and your questions- Write your message in the message box, in English or in Georgian
- Make sure you write your name, your town, the number of your school, your telephone number (optional)
- look for the author's answer to your message on this page the following Monday or your email.
Or: Send us your request (with all useful information) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or: Make the arrangements with a phone call to Lia Jalagonia on (8.32) 103.205
If we receive a training seminar request from a group of 10 or more teachers, we will be able to conduct this training within one or two weeks. If you are able to make only an individual application, we will have to wait for other teachers in your town / district to apply in order to constitute a group of 10 or more.
How will this seminar help me?
The 2010-2011 training sessions consist essentially of demonstrations based on Setting out 3 and cover:
- basic procedures for organizing practice in the the skills of listening, reading and speaking,
- the importance of games for learning,
- testing students’ progress,
- ideas for extra whole-class work on texts
- and answering teachers’ questions.