English Language Webinars

Trinity organises events and various webinar series throughout the year. Most Trinity-organised events are free, but may require advance registration.

GESE

5 Reasons to Choose GESE

This short session highlighted some key points about Trinity's Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE) that you...

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Using the new GESE Schemes of Work

The GESE exam is a popular choice in peak periods, but increasingly we’re finding schools opting to offer preparation...

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Discover Trinity: English language and Teaching English

This introductory webinar was designed for teachers and administrators who are new to Trinity College London, or those...

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Effective communicative online teaching for C1 - C2

This webinar focussed on engaging learners at advanced level from C1 to C2. Participants were equipped with practical...

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Effective communicative online teaching for B1 - B2

This webinar focussed on engaging learners at intermediate level from B1 to B2. Participants were equipped with...

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Effective communicative online teaching for A1 - A2

This webinar focussed on engaging learners at beginner and elementary level from pre A1 to A2. Participants will leave...

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Preparing Learners for GESE in a Blended or Online Learning Environment

In the current pandemic environment, teachers are needing to change their modes of lesson delivery and adapt to online...

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Discover Trinity's Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE)

Trinity's Alison Castle Kane and Alex Thorp delivered a presentation designed for teachers and administrators who are...

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Upcoming

Creativity and Sustainable Goals
Wed 22 June, 4:00PM (UK time)
This session will look at how a creative approach to language teaching can support the development of student awareness of sustainable development goals, and encourage reflection on personal and collective efforts within their communities
Developing Critical Thinking in the ELT Classroom
Wed 21 September, 4:00PM
This webinar will explore how classroom resources and activities can be adapted and extended to foster critical thinking skills in our students, enabling them to use English in a more meaningful way.
What can neuroscience offer to educators?
Wed 19 October, 4:00PM (UK time)
Understanding how the brain works can transform how we teach. This webinar will offer insightful ideas to help teachers boost students’ focus and alertness and improve memory.

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