Schedule / Workshop

Tips and Ideas for Phonics Readers in the Classroom #1561

Thu, Aug 12, 14:00-15:30 Asia/Tokyo | Day 1

Do you use phonics readers in your class? Discover some tips and ideas on how to use them with your students. With e-future's Smart Phonics Readers, students will be given a gentle first step into reading for all beginning readers.

Building a Nation of Readers #1563

Thu, Aug 12, 20:00-21:30 Asia/Tokyo | Day 1

How to build a nation of readers in Saudi Arabia with participation and ideas from the audience.

The Implementation of Extensive Reading Approach in Online Second Language Instruction #1541

Mon, Aug 16, 09:30-11:00 Asia/Tokyo | Day 5

I will discuss the integration of the Extensive Reading Approach into online videoconferencing teaching. How can teachers help students accumulate academic vocabulary, build autonomy, improve literacy skills (reading and writing skills), and become life-long learners remotely? I will engage participants with engaging online activities during the workshop.

ER practice through a Reading Marathon #1582

Mon, Aug 16, 12:00-13:30 Asia/Tokyo | Day 5

This workshop will assist you to find motivation for reading and create enjoyable reading practice through Reading Marathon.

Cancelled The Road to Extensive Reading: Preparing Students for Online ER #1537

Mon, Aug 16, 16:00-17:30 Asia/Tokyo CANCELLED

In the three-hour workshop (or long paper), first, participants will understand why ER was a meaningful solution in Kurdistan (Iraq). Next, they will use tools to assess what level of reading text students need. Third, they will compare four online ER sites for training students to choose non-fiction texts. Finally they’ll make an ER plan for feedback.

The Experience Sharing Practices of Extensive Reading Teachers in Mongolia #1559

Mon, Aug 16, 18:00-19:30 Asia/Tokyo | Day 5

The Best Experience Sharing through the practical training was effective to find out what Best Examples are among the extensive reading practitioners. Certificated the coach ministry to new instructors were supportive to the association of Extensive Reading in Mongolia.