Teaching presentation skills in a digital age.

A workshop with Elena Matveeva

The art of public speaking has existed for a long time and has always been one of the most important things to master. Before the introduction of computers and the Internet the focus on public speaking was mainly on the speaker. Charisma, power of persuasion, ability to get the message across and to produce an impression were some of the most important characteristics of a good speaker. We would argue that nowadays not much of it has changed. Nevertheless, it can't be denied that the rapid development of technology has had its influence on making presentations as well. In this workshop we will explore how to use Internet resources to make the process of teaching presentation skills easier and more efficient.

Elena Matveeva is an English teacher in Russia. She has been teaching English for 16 years. Her primary target learners are adults and University students. Now she is teaching at university as well as at a private language school. Elena Matveeva is interested in teaching Business English and ESP and using technology in teaching English. She is an active participant of ELT conferences, online courses and webinars.

This workshop will take place on Sunday, 5th of April 2015, at 3pm UK time/ 4pm CET.

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The workshop will be moderated by members of the IATEFL BESIG Online Team. 

To join this workshop:

1) Click on the link below

2) Ensure that "Enter as guest" is selected

3) Enter your name and country: Mercedes Viola (Uruguay)

4) Click on "Enter room"

Watch Elena Matveeva's recording

Please note: Elena Matveeva's workshop recording is not a live recording of her April 2015 weekend workshop.

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