Getting the reading habit: extensive reading - Ceri Jones

Watch a recording of this webinar on developing extensive reading skills with Ceri Jones.

Introduction

Extensive reading is so valuable in so many different ways and supporting students as they become confident, happy readers can be both challenging and immensely gratifying. In this session Ceri explores a range of activities that help our students discover the pleasure of reading in English. 

About the speaker

Ceri is a freelance teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer.  She's been working in ELT since 1986 and has worked in Italy, Hungary, Spain and the UK.

She currently shares her time between online courses, face-to-face classes and materials writing. She had has written for a number of coursebook series for both adults and teenagers as well as supplementary grammar and reading material. Most recently she has been involved in a British Council writing project for upper secondary students and a new course for adults for Cambridge University Press. She is particularly interested in student-centred materials and activities. 

Watch a recording of the webinar below

Comments

Submitted by Jason Jixun M… on Thu, 04/18/2019 - 11:46

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It seems this webinar will be a great guide for the development of extensive reading skills. Currently, as a bilingual piano teacher, I still keep many extensive English reading skills, such as key-words summarizing, scanning and skimming... to search information and knowledge, such as through Wikipedia, online academic articles... for my students' classrooms, and for the preparation of library presentation - for example, Mozart, Beethoven... Meanwhile, I kept the habit of notes-taking for the storage. I thought it's essential for not only language-learning and the self-progress of specific subject - such as my piano-teaching... I gave my best wish to this webinar, and hopefully, it will be successful !

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