NYS TESOL NYC Region Workshop- Tech in Ten

  • 25 Apr 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Baruch College, 55 Lexington Avenue, Room 14-270
  • 20

Registration

Join our Workshop!

Sponsored by NYC Region in collaboration with

Baruch College’s Tools for Clear Speech

Wed April 25, 2018, 6-8 PM

Online pre-registration now open!

Baruch College, 55 Lexington Avenue,
Room 14-270

Location details in registration confirmation email


“Tech in Ten”

Learn novel ideas for incorporating technology into your classes in this fast-paced and dynamic event! Each presenter has ten minutes to demonstrate a tech tool for ESL education, followed by a short Q&A.

Learn, share and network at the reception after the presentations.

Vizia: Interactive Video to Maximize Learner Engagement

Suzanne Kaplan Fonseca, New York University

Streamline video listening assignments with a platform that puts an end to passive viewing.


 

In A New York Minute: Writing, Recording an Interactive Listening Curriculum

Mike Lyons, St. Giles – New York City

Utilizing QR codes, iPhone voice memos, and an Internet podcasting site, the instructor created a level-appropriate, interactive listening and speaking curriculum based on New York City.



Creating Online Oral Assignments and Assessments

Carlos San Juan, Manhattan Languages

Create oral assignments and assessments using the online platform Lingt, and help your students to further develop their fluency and oral proficiency.



Applications to Support Individualized Instruction/Learning in Reading

Cynthia Wiseman and Joshua Belknap, Borough of Manhattan Community College – CUNY 

The presenters will demonstrate various features of applications useful in adapting readings for individualized instruction, e.g., Newsela, a web-­based software/app to support the development of reading and writing in the ESL classroom.

 

corpUS Linguistics

Christopher Nazzaro, ASA College – Manhattan Campus

What is corpus linguistics? Why should teachers use it?  How can we use it? This site and presentation should answer these questions and help you get started making your own corpus of student work.



Advance Registration Required Due to Space Limitations

NYS TESOL Members: $10

Non-Members: $15

For more information: nyc@nystesol.org


Advance Registration Required Due to Space Limitations

NYS TESOL Members: $10

Non-Members: $15

For more information: nyc@nystesol.org


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