Confirmed Workshops for 2017 Annual Chinese Teaching Conference

PMP_8889The IOE Confucius Institute’s 2017 Annual Chinese Teaching Conference will take place on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th June. A variety workshops have been confirmed which reflect the Conference theme of ‘Expanding Excellence: Raising Expectation, Increasing Fluency’.

Please find below a list of the confirmed workshops that will take place over the two days in June. More workshops are expected to be confirmed soon.

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2017 Conference Workshops

Engaging and stretching learners in two boys’ schools-Jo Bao and Xuenian Leng

Developing MOOCs for Chinese learning-Yu Bin

UNhomework-Jennifer Buster

Motivate the indifferent, stretch the eager-Liqun Dai

Encouraging the initiative-independent learners with all 4 skills-Alex Ferraby

Creating enthusiasm through independent learning: Using the new UCL IOE CI resources-Thomas Godber

Fun approaches to learning Mandarin (with use of Web 2.0)-Simone Haughey

Get Talking!-Annabel Hurley

Setting up a creative Early Years Chinese curriculum-Lynnette Ketchell

Strategies for teaching Pre-U Literature from classroom practice-Helen Lewis

Bring your classroom alive with technology!– Allysa Liu

Incorporating classroom ideas from other subjects-Peishu Lin

Student-Led Chinese Outreach-Kay McLeod

Don’t just say it, rap it!-Adam Moorman

Working with Technology: News-based leanring with The Chairman’s Bao-Theresa Mumford and Sean McGibney

Investigating the intelligibility of young beginner learners of Chinese-Rob Neal

Using Social Networking to develop CFL learner’s intercultural communicative competence– Ruan Jingjing

Building links between Primary and Secondary study-Cindy Rutherford

Planning for differentiation in the context of the new curriculum-Aurelie Sanner

New Elements in GCSE- Michelle Tate and Yen Hua

Thinking outside of the box-cross curricular links-Michelle Tate

The Blue Kite and beyond- understanding film in the classroom-James Trapp

Reflective teaching: practical steps to professional development- Philippa Vallely

Use differentiated activates to engage, motivate, challenge Chinese language learners-Katie Wang

Target Language for Optimum Progress: Encouraging Spontaneity in Your Classroom-Chris Webster

Exploring Lesson Starters with Fluency-Elliot Hsiao-Williams

Action research in Chinese classrooms-an initiative-Jane Woo

Thinking about the bigger picture: design your own professional development plan- Fang Xiao and Alex Ferraby

How to effectively use Hanban teachers-Xiaoming Zhu & Shi Jing