The Academy of Ukrainian Press (AUP) is announcing the call for participation in a one-day workshop “Media Education Approach to Teaching English as a Foreign Language” among qualified teachers of secondary schools and private language centers. The event will be held on August 31, 2019 in Kyiv.
Suggested training is purposed to create a network of media competent English teachers who realize the importance of preparing the learning materials in different media formats, can predict the potential impact on students, apply media education technologies while studying the topics, and are inspired to exchange experience with the colleagues.
The proposed training includes theoretical basis, practical tasks, exercises for media analysis, interactive games, cases on the use of media education technologies in different types of language activity, as well as some media tools for teaching English.
Artem Ponomarevskyi, capacity building manager at the Academy of Ukrainian Press; interpreter and translator; Master’s degree in language and literature, the qualification of a philologist-researcher, a teacher of English and German languages and foreign literature.
You will receive the invitation and agenda of event on August 26, 2019 as soon as the selection of participants is over. You also may receive the invitation to participate in the next one of the series of trainings (totally 3) on the date of which we will inform you later.
For participation, please, fill in the form below:
Deadline for submission is August 25. Selection will be running on a competitive basis. Workshop participants will get the certificates from organizers. Travel expenses, accommodation and catering for participants will be covered by the event organizers.
This event was made possible due to the support of the American people, which was provided through the USAID “Media Program in Ukraine” project implemented by the international organization Internews. The content of the materials is solely the responsibility of the Academy of Ukrainian Press and does not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the US government and Internews.