Welcome to the MOOC for English Teachers on WizIQ

I welcome you to the first ever ELT Techniques MOOC on WizIQ!

With over 1800 enrollments already, our Massive Open Online Course for English teachers worldwide starts on July 29. Here is the list of presenters:
1. Jason R. Levine

2. Dr. Nellie Deutsch

3. Marí­a Inés Brumana
Espinosa

4. Charles Goodger

5. Drew Badger

6. Dr. Christel Broady

7. Shanthi Cumaraswamy Streat

8. Andrew Weiler

9. Adir Ferreira

10. Sylvia Guinan

11. Michael Marzio

12. Mau Buchler

13. Vicki Hollett

English Language Teaching MOOC
And we are proud to feature an amazing group of Course Facilitators

The schedule for week 1 are as follows:

Week 1: Monday, July 29-Sunday, August 4
Class Date/TimePresenterTopic
Monday, July 29
9am-10am EST
(1pm-2pm GMT)
Jason R LevineCollocations: the building blocks of language
Thursday, Aug. 1
1pm-2pm EST
(5pm-6pm EST)
Dr. Nellie DeutschLearning vocabulary through the jigsaw technique
Friday, Aug. 2
10am-11am EST
(2pm-3pm GMT)
Marí­a Inés Brumana
Espinosa
Learning vocabulary through video-based lessons

For the complete schedule please visit the Course Page.

MOOC for English Teachers

Check out what our participants are saying:
 
This is just an unbelievable line-up. I am extremely motivated to learn more with all of you.
 
I’m so excited about making my students kings and queens of vocabulary.
 
Wonderful! What a great synthesis of minds and concepts!
 
I can’t wait to start this adventure!
So what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on the all the fun and learning. Start ELT-MOOCing with WizIQ and me today!

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6 Responses

  1. i´M Lourdes Landeros from Mexico City.
    Here in my country, people from different states like Veracruz do something similar to rapping, It´s called “sones”, and the singers improvise rhymes called “décimas”, telling the local news, or saying something about a specific topic. They play little guitars called “jaranas”.
    To do these improvisations you need to have a lot of vocabulary and to have a fast brain to go putting the words that will have the same ending letters.

  2. i´M Lourdes Landeros from Mexico City.
    Here in my country, people from different states like Veracruz do something similar to rapping, It´s called “sones”, and the singers improvise rhymes called “décimas”, telling the local news, or saying something about a specific topic. They play little guitars called “jaranas”.
    To do these improvisations you need to have a lot of vocabulary and to have a fast brain to go putting the words that will have the same ending letters.

  3. thanks a lot. I ‘ve been teaching for 25 years now, but would always like to improve my teaching skills. Thanks a lot again

  4. thanks a lot. I ‘ve been teaching for 25 years now, but would always like to improve my teaching skills. Thanks a lot again

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