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Teaching English Writing Skills Online – Adapting to the Online Classroom & Maximizing Student Potential

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Jack Prince


The demand for online English lessons has been rapidly increasing as students and educational institutions are seeing the benefits of this form of training. And now, given the current situation, demand is soaring. However, many teachers are struggling to adapt to the online environment, especially with the task of teaching writing skills. Indeed, teaching writing skills can be tricky at the best of times, but when you add to that the often uncharted territory of teaching online many teachers are unsure how to tackle them. This webinar will look at adapting writing lessons and materials to the online environment, while also focussing on applying flipped classroom and blended learning models. In addition, we will also explore how to exploit the technology to be able to deliver effective and enjoyable writing lessons.


Jack Prince has been working in ELT (UK, Germany, Ecuador, Austria, & Italy) for over two decades as a Business English trainer & coach, materials writer and Cambridge examiner. He began teaching online 15 years ago and has managed training departments, worked on the development of eLearning platforms and blended learning programmes for a number of large companies and educational institutions. He is currently the Director of Online Studies for British Study Centres. 


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