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Let's Get Organized! Using Graphic Organizers to Develop Academic Skills

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Segment: Academic

Hosted by: National Geographic Learning Global

Category: Academic Skills, Study Skills

Presenters: Sean Bermingham, Melissa Pang

Join us for an interactive webinar as we explore the integration of academic note-taking skills and graphic organizers in the English language classroom. Discover effective strategies for teaching note-taking techniques and learn how graphic organizers can enhance students' comprehension and organization of information. This webinar will feature examples and exercises from National Geographic Learning's new listening-speaking series, 21st Century Communication, 2nd Edition. Don't miss this opportunity to gain practical insights and valuable resources to enhance your language instruction!

Sean Bermingham is an Executive Editor for National Geographic Learning. A former English language teacher, Sean has given presentations and workshops at language teaching conferences in Asia, the Middle East, and North America. He is currently based in Singapore, where he works on the development of new products for the global ELT market, including coursebooks, digital components, and instructor materials.

Melissa Pang is a Senior Development Editor at National Geographic Learning, based in Singapore. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in English Language and a CELTA certification. Melissa is passionate about language learning and has worked in ELT publishing for 12 years. She has experience developing print and digital materials for the global ELT market and for learners at all levels ranging from preschool to adult.

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