Technologically and linguistically adventurous EFL teacher, trainer, writer and manager

On 5th September 2020 I presented at the EFL Talks Poland online event. 10 Directors of Studies based in Poland presented 10-minute talks of 10 slides each. Here are my slides:

I’ll share the video when it’s available in a couple of weeks.

This is a shorter version of a 45-minute talk I’ve done previously at the ETAI Conference in Israel and the IH Barcelona conference. Here is a fully written-out version of the activities.

To find the full details of the richer activities, plus another 12 ways to extend speaking activities, get your copy of Richer Speaking from Smashwords or Amazon [affiliate links]. It costs around $1/€1, so shouldn’t break the bank! As always, I don’t claim that these ideas are original, but it’s handy to have them in one place and see how they can be applied to specific activities.

Richer Speaking cover

If you’d like more reflection activities, you can find all the links to buy ELT Playbook 1 at eltplaybook.wordpress.com. There is a Smashwords discount code for 10% off ELT Playbook 1 until 5th October 2020: TB33T. You can also buy a paperback or ebook version of ELT Playbook 1 from Amazon [affiliate links] or a paperback from BEBC (support this great bookshop!)

ELT Playbook 1 cover

I’d love to hear from you if you’ve tried out any of these activities.

 

Comments on: "Richer Speaking: how to get more out of speaking activities (EFL Talks)" (2)

  1. Rachel Tsateri said:

    Just read Richer Speaking and loved it! Next time I teach face to face I’ll definitely use “Not Me, You” with a ball. Great idea!

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