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Title: Easy and Effective: Low-Prep Activities for the ESL Classroom

Time: 10:15 am

Room: MacDonald 7

Name: Delaney Rapier

Institution: Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute

Co-presenters (if any):

Type: Teaching Demonstration (45 min)

Summary: In this session, the presenter will share classroom-tested activities that require little prep on the teacher's end. Each activity will be explained, then participants will have a chance to practice some. Participants will leave the presentation with some easy and effective activities to add to their teaching tool belts.

Biography: After graduating with her Bachelor's Degree, Delaney moved to Japan to teach English. When she returned to the states, she began grad school and started teaching in the English Language Institute at Eastern Washington University. She earned her MATESL in 2015 and began teaching English at Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute.

Topics addressed: Instructional Strategies

Intended audience: Higher Ed. Intensive English

Thematic track: Instructional Strategies

Non-commercial

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