How can English teachers improve their own English skills? Seriously... how?
Are you a non-native English teacher? Then this probably rings a bell:
- I keep using the same basic vocabulary.
- My ability to express myself in English is much poorer than it used to be.
- I don't have time to work on my own language improvement.
- I seem to have lost my passion for English.
- I would like to get better at English but I don't know how.
Are you nodding your head (with a sad sigh)?
Don't worry. All non-native English teachers feel this way.
If you would like to find out how you can change this, sign up for a free webinar on Thursday 23rd June 2016 with Lýdia Machová and you will learn:
- 8 reasons why your English doesn't improve despite your everyday contact with it
- what it takes to make a significant difference in your own English learning
- how to find the time for improving your English even if you are very busy
- how to change your passive vocabulary into active and start using more advanced expressions
and a bonus:
- how to read hundreds of online English magazines (including The Economist!) for free. Legally.
This time, English teachers won't talk about improving their students' language skills. This will be all about us, teachers, and how we can keep our language “in shape” so that we can be even better teachers for our students 🙂