Estudiantes de colegios municipales y subvencionados aprenden inglés en la U. de los Andes

Estudiantes de colegios municipales y subvencionados aprenden inglés en la U. de los Andes

La actividad “English Fair: Teaching and Learning English is Fun” es organizada por la Escuela de Pedagogía de esta casa de estudios.

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Más de 100 estudiantes de sexto básico de colegios municipales y subvencionados participaron en entretenidas clases de Inglés en la Universidad de los Andes.

Los alumnos disfrutaron con las innovadoras metodologías de enseñanza de este idioma aplicadas por profesores de Sudáfrica, Inglaterra, Estados Unidos y Chile.

“El objetivo principal fue demostrar que la enseñanza y el aprendizaje del Inglés pueden ser muy importantes si se escogen las metodologías adecuadas a las características de los alumnos y a los contenidos del programa”, afirma Paula Baldwin, de la Escuela de Pedagogía de la Universidad de los Andes.

En la actividad participaron 14 colegios de diversas comunas de Santiago, como el Amanda Labarca, Rafael Sanhueza, Presidente Alessandri, Francisco Arriarán, Antártica, Manantial, María Luisa Bombal, Guillermo Matta y Liceo Javiera Carrera.

La actividad denominada English Fair: “Teaching and Learning English is Fun” fue organizada por segundo año por la Escuela de Pedagogía de la Universidad de los Andes y la English-Speaking Union Chile (ESU Chile).

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Being A Teacher in Chile [Kindle Edition]

Book Description

Publication Date: May 3, 2012

“How do you become a good teacher?” Those of you who know me from reading my writing already know my answer. The short answer, the simple answer, the easy to understand answer. It has two parts.
First, love what you do. Love being a teacher so much that if you had the power to be anything on Earth, pilot, astronaut, doctor, dentist, taxi-driver, singer, dancer, artist, musician, anything at all, you would still choose to be a teacher. Love being a teacher, that’s number one.

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Product Details
File Size: 976 KB
Print Length: 156 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
ASIN: B0080G07TA
Text-to-Speech: Enabled

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Being A Teacher In Chile [Paperback]

Product Details

Paperback: 156 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (May 4, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1475292961
ISBN-13: 978-1475292961

Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches

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Amazon Author Page:

Thomas Jerome Baker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He is the Head of the English Department at Colegio Internacional SEK in Santiago, Chile.

He is the Co-Founder and Co-Organiser of EdCamp Santiago, free, participant-driven, democratic, conversation based professional development for teachers, by teachers. EdCamp Santiago 2012 was held at Universidad Mayor in Santiago.

Thomas is also a member of the Advisory Board for the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL), where he also serves as a reviewer and as the HETL Ambassador for Chile.

Thomas enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. Thus far, he has written the following genres: romance, historical fiction, autobiographical, sports history/biography, and English Language Teaching. He has published a total of forty four (44) books overall.

The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family, his wife Gabriela, and his son, Thomas Jerome Baker, Jr.

http://www.amazon.com/Thomas-Jerome-Baker/e/B007G9HJFM

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Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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