Dear all,

we hope you’ve had a relaxing spring break and are ready for the rest of the semester.

Below you can see the highlights of this new week for you:

1. Study Center How-to session III: Writing (REPEATED)

“Effective Ways to the Reader’s Heart”

This session aims at raising students’ awareness on the ways to improve their writing skills. There are tips and suggestions on how to study for content, organization, grammar and vocabulary. The session will be held in an interactive way. Students’ experiences and the challenges they face in the writing process will be asked and effective ways will be discussed together with the students.

Date&Time: 18.04.2017-Tuesday at 13.00 in ScOLa-103

2. Cambridge University Press WebinarHow does grammar fit into advanced writing instruction?” by Dr. Randi Reppen

As teachers we often face the challenge of helping our students apply what they have learned in our language courses to academic courses when they leave our programs. This is particularly true with academic writing. This webinar will focus on resources and ideas for teaching advanced writing.

April 19th, 2017
3:30 EDT – 4:30 EDT

Registration Website:

3. TLDU Sessions for this week:

Beyza:  SESSION 2 ICT Reading Club Repeated

Connect Type Activities

Preparing Classroom Materials with Videos

Date: 20 April

Time: 15:00-16:15


Nazan & Meltem: SESSION 2 Repeated: Drama For English Teachers: PART 1

Date: 20 April

Time: 15:00-16:15

4. If you would like to listen to the talks at IATEFL, you can use the links below:


See you at
IATEFL 2018!
What a fantastic week it has been at IATEFL 2017!
We hope you enjoyed it too but if you couldn’t make it, or missed out on any of our talks, then make sure to recap at
Watch the panel discussion talk
Outside in: bringing
technology perspectives
to ELT
Donald Clark, Paul Driver,
Yvonne Rogers, Geoff Stead
and Michael Carrier
Watch Herbert Puchta's Talk
Positive psychology in
action: fostering resilience
in language learners
Herbert Puchta
Watch Gad Lim's Talk
Infusing teaching materials with new insights on learning
Gad Lim
Thanks to everyone who came to see us at the Cambridge stand,
we loved meeting you all!

Come see us again next year in Brighton!

Have a great week,