Hear nothing see nothing say nothing or how to develop receptive skills
It is generally accepted that listening and reading should be given precedence over speaking and writing, as they play a supporting role with developing other skills. For example, reading skills can be a supporting factor to the development of writing, whereas listening can improve speaking fluency. In this webinar we are going to look at some ways of teaching receptive skills, discuss different issues to do with reading and listening, find solutions to our student’s Achilles heel. We will also look into the opportunities that up-to-date technologies provide us with. To cut a long story short, let’s meet and discuss how we can turn our students into active learners, who are equipped with the right tools to acquire, develop and master their passive skills.