Making words count: Top tips for teaching vocabulary

Watch a recording of this webinar to develop your vocabulary teaching skills.

About the webinar

How can we convey and check the meaning of new vocabulary in a fun, engaging way? What kind of practice activities help learners remember new words? How can we make sure they don't forget them in the future? 

This webinar is aimed at teachers of English in schools and universities and those using English as a means of instruction (CLIL / EMI).

Participants will be introduced to a range of practical strategies for teaching vocabulary. They will have a chance to practise and reflect on these techniques and to think about how best to apply them to their teaching context.

Recorded on 12 May 2022

Watch the webinar recording below

About the speaker

George is responsible for the Bilingual and Teacher Training Sections of British Council France. He is a tutor on the Cambridge CELTA and DELTA teaching qualifications. Qualified as a UCAS international advisor for higher education, he also manages our University Preparation courses and gives regular Study UK talks. George has many years of experience teaching in higher-education institutions in France and Australia and has recently completed his MA in Comparative Education.

 

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Submitted by MRENGLISH on Tue, 04/12/2022 - 08:36

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Hi. I would like to register the webinar, unfortunately, Zoom does NOT work properly in my hometown because of low net speed.

Submitted by Cara Doherty on Thu, 05/12/2022 - 09:17

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Hello,

The links for registration do not seem to appear on this website page. This is not the first time I have been unable to register and attend one of your events.

Please let me know, perhaps I am looking in the wrong place?

Kind Regards,

Cara

Submitted by Teresita on Thu, 05/12/2022 - 15:49

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Thanks for the webinar, I can't find where to download my certificate

Hi Teresita,
Glad you found it useful :). See my other answer about certificates - we don't give certificates for webinars.
Anne TE team

Hi Teresita,
About 24 hours after the webinar you should get an email with the all the links to be able to view the recording. We don't give certificates for watching these webinars.
Anne
TeachingEnglish team

Submitted by annele on Fri, 05/13/2022 - 14:23

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Hi Leila,
Sorry to hear you had problems with zoom, hope it doesn't happen again :)
Anne

Hi Vika,
We don't issue certificates for webinar participation. The courses we run are certified however if participants complete them,
Glad you found the webinar interesting,
Anne, TeachingEnglish team

Hi Anne

I think participants were asking about the certificate of attendance, which we get for this webinar. One must fill in the survey form till the end to download the certificate. It is a blank certificate. We fill in our name and re-save it.
Hope that clarifies.
Thank you very much for organising the webinar.

Best regards
Jennifer

Hi Jennifer ( and thanks for your post),
I had assumed that it was 'viewing the webinar' ( which isn't certified) that was being referred to, rather than 'attending the webinar' ( which is as per your email).
Nice that we have a proper community ( that looks after each other!). Have a good weekend!
Anne

Submitted by tamarbedran on Wed, 05/18/2022 - 18:52

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Wow! What a great webnar. Thank you so much for this helpful presentation. I am really glad to participate.

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