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Demand high for teachers and learners | Jim Scrivener and Adrian Underhill (London, UK)
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5 March
1830 - 2030 | The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG
Demand high for teachers and learners -
Practical ideas for making learning visible and engaging your students' full learning potential
Jim Scrivener and Adrian Underhill
Our initial question is simple:
Demand-High is the beginning of an enquiry. It isn’t fixed or concrete or certain – but it does
take a stand and argue. It isn’t a method or anti-method but it has a view on how any
method is applied.
Other questions swiftly follow from this starting point:
This session will introduce key concepts and practical ideas behind Demand-High and
encourage you to relate them to your own experience, whatever your preferred
Jim Scrivener is an ELT author and Head of Teacher Development at Bell. Adrian Underhill
is an independent trainer and consultant. Together they run a website about Demand High:
Who is this for?
All English Language teachers - EFL, ESOL, EAL - from newly qualified to experienced.
1830 – 1900 Welcome and refreshments
1900 – 2000 Demand high teachers and learners, with Jim Scrivener and Adrian Underhill
2000 – 2030 Networking reception
Every seminar is free of charge.
However places are limited.
The British Council Seminar Series takes place across the UK, including once a month in London. The seminars are intended to provoke debate and discussion on current issues in English Language teaching and can contribute to the continuing professional development of English Language teachers based in, or visiting, the United Kingdom.
Every seminar is free of charge and includes the opportunity to network with fellow ELT practitioners.
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