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The plenary talk given by Catherine Kneafsey, Freelance English Language Teaching and Publishing Consultant, at the E-merging Forum 4, Moscow, March 13-15, 2014. This talk looks at the creativity inherent in children’s approaches to language learning and asks how teachers can stimulate this creativity to stretch their communicative capacities.
March 13 -15, 2014 the British Council in Russia organised the E-merging Forum 4 that aimed to get together teachers of English to discuss and share challenges and best practice in the following content areas: Learning Technologies, Teaching English to Young Learners, ESP and EAP, Assessment, Literature and Culture. “E-merging Forum-4” was attended by more than 1200 attendees from all over Russia and Europe. During the E-merging Forum 4 there were plenary talks and discussions, practical workshops, discussion groups, open slots, online coverage and much more. The British Council invited such honoured speakers as Alan Pulverness, Catherine Kneafsey, Jamie Dunlea, Nicky Hockly, Tony Prince.
More information, interviews with speakers and facilitators, photos and key speakers’ presentations you can find here http://www.britishcouncil.ru/teach/emerging-forum
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