Event Calendar

    • 31 May 2017
    • 18:00 - 20:30
    • SPOTLIGHT VERLAG GMBH, Fraunhoferstraße 22, 82152 Planegg/Martinsried
    • 7

    This rescheduled invitation comes from Business Spotlight.

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    "Business Spotlight would like to invite 10 Business English trainers from the Munich area to a meeting at our offices in Martinsried, between 6.00 and 8.30 pm on Wednesday 31st May.

    At the meeting, we would like to get your feedback on Business Spotlight, discuss ways in which we can help trainers with materials and other ways in which we can work more closely together. Please register if you are

    • a MELTA member and teacher of Business English
    • a regular user of Business Spotlight in your classes

    We'll be offering food and drink and also a year's free subscription to one of our products as recompense for your time and input."

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    A note from MELTA: as spaces are limited, please only register if you can fully commit to attending the meeting. All further queries should be addressed to the Business Spotlight Editor-in-chief, Ian McMaster

    • 23 Jun 2017
    • 14:00 - 17:00
    • Gasteig, Rosenheimer Str. 5, Munich
    Best practice in a real classroom situation – grammar and vocabulary

    In this brand new workshop format, which includes a “lesson” with a group of real learners, you will have the unique opportunity to see how methods proposed really work in practice. We’ll start by analyzing a range of best practice activities for teaching grammar and vocabulary. We’ll be looking at methods and ideas for making “what” we teach more effective, memorable and at the same time fun to learn. A group of students will then join us for a short English lesson in which you’ll be able to observe a selection of these practical activities in a real classroom situation. After the “lesson” we’ll have time to exchange feedback and ideas. Come along and enjoy a new workshop experience – in which theory truly meets practice. This workshop is kindly sponsored by Ernst Klett Sprachen.

    Course no.: E581260

    Presenter: Gillian Bathmaker

    Free of charge · Registration is required in advance at www.klett-sprachen.de/fortbildungen · 25 places.

    • 24 Jun 2017
    • 12:30 - 18:30
    • Gasteig, Rosenheimer Str. 5, München

    MELTA proudly presents an afternoon with
    Mark Fletcher
    on the subject of
    Brain-Friendly Learning

    The brain and learning: Lively seminar on recent findings. Presents a valuable working model of how our brains work in learning. Informative and practical. A foundation for all teaching and learning with Study skills. Twenty top tips to help all of us profit more from the time we spend learning and be more motivated because we enjoy the creativity.

    Don’t get tense about tenses: Lots of practical ways to teach and improve accuracy in the use of basic tenses through pictures, colours, chant, mini-role plays, pictures, games.

    Activating vocabulary: Demonstrates motivating ways to use vocabulary worksheets with different levels and abilities and also how to develop your own class-specific material.

    The text comes alive: Simple visualisation, Mind Mapping, ‘drama’ techniques to make comprehension passages communicative and improve reading skills.

    Fun with phonology: Lots of visuals, rhymes, and kinaesthetic activities to improve pronunciation and intonation.

    Be a D.I.Y Picasso: You will rapidly improve your whiteboard/handout drawings through familiarity with these ‘quick-result’ gimmicks.

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    Mark Fletcher (M.A. Oxford) is a teacher, trainer, and EFL materials designer. He began teaching in 1973 after having worked in the Far East. Until recently he was Learning Advisor for a group of eighteen UK schools and now concentrates on Teacher Development courses and home-stay programmes. Mark is the author of over thirty resources for teaching English, including ‘Teaching for Success’ and the series ‘Pictures of English Tenses’. He is a BBC World Service speaker, a British Council trainer, former Chair of the Society for Effective Affective Learning, a founder member of the IATEFL Teacher Development SIG, a regular contributor to English Teaching Professional, and presents at conferences around the world. His specialist interest is in the practical integration of information on brain and learning studies with the demands of real teaching situations, and also looking at the skills needed by the Global Citizens of today and tomorrow.

    • 24 Jun 2017
    • 19:00 - 22:00
    • Rm 3140 Gasteig, Rosenheimer Str. 5, Munich


    The Foreign Teacher Development Programme, organized and sponsored by MELTA, starts today!

    After what promises to be a fun and informative afternoon with Mark Fletcher, we would like then to officially welcome our guest teachers.

    This will be a pot-luck affair. Please register to attend, and then inform Joan by email (joaniwalsh@web.de) of what you would like to contribute to the buffet. Drinks will be provided.

Past events

19 May 2017 OUP Workshops with Hughes and McLarty
18 May 2017 Changing perspectives – using animated infographics
05 May 2017 MVHS event: Teachers' Workshop
28 Apr 2017 MVHS event: Teaching the Elderly
03 Apr 2017 IATEFL Glasgow Conference 2017
01 Apr 2017 Mindfulness in the Classroom
31 Mar 2017 MVHS event: Teaching English through English?
30 Mar 2017 Never Give Up oder Eine Frau geht ihren Weg
12 Mar 2017 MELTA in the St. Patrick's Day Parade
12 Mar 2017 Media Literacy in Foreign Language Education: Digital and Multimodal Perspectives
16 Feb 2017 NEWS: Include teachers in the Künstlersozialkasse?
11 Feb 2017 MELTA AGM
11 Feb 2017 Vocabulary - Short on theory, long on practice
10 Feb 2017 MVHS event: Read Your Way to Better English
03 Feb 2017 MVHS event: Make them talk
28 Jan 2017 MVHS event: Beyond lessons
21 Jan 2017 Using Mind Maps in the English Classroom
10 Dec 2016 MELTA Christmas party
02 Dec 2016 MVHS event: Rising to the challenge of multi-lingual classes
19 Nov 2016 A strong start: Global English for A2 Business English learners
04 Nov 2016 The 29th IATEFL BESIG Annual Conference
22 Oct 2016 MELTA Show and Tell Workshop ~ Share lesson plans, activities, games, teaching ideas and worksheets
23 Jul 2016 MELTA Annual General Meeting (AGM)
04 Jun 2016 HOW TO FLOURISH IN A COMPETITIVE AND CHANGING MARKET
06 May 2016 Innovate ELT Conference 2016, Grassroots: Power to the Teacher
06 May 2016 Postponed! MELTA Show and Tell Workshop ~ Share lesson plans, activities, games, teaching ideas and worksheets
12 Apr 2016 50th IATEFL Annual Conference 2016
09 Apr 2016 How to teach business English: tips and techniques for developing yourself as a BE trainer
08 Apr 2016 24th Annual HUPE Conference
13 Mar 2016 St Patrick's Day Parade
05 Mar 2016 English Language Teaching Seminar Day with Michael Swan and Dr Catherine Walter
03 Mar 2016 LASIG Conference: Fostering learner autonomy - learners, teachers and researchers in action
20 Feb 2016 MaWSIG Conference 2016
06 Feb 2016 Lawyer up: Activities for legal English
06 Feb 2016 Invitation to the Annual General Meeting (AGM)
05 Feb 2016 IH Barcelona ELT Conference
23 Jan 2016 32nd ETAS Annual Conference and AGM 2016 - Zurich
09 Jan 2016 From brief to publication with Dagmar Taylor
12 Dec 2015 MELTA Christmas party
05 Dec 2015 Fourth Edition of The Image Conference in Munich - An exciting and innovative event for ELT professionals
27 Nov 2015 Leistungsmessung beim Textverständnis
14 Nov 2015 2015 BESIG Annual Conference Online Programme
13 Nov 2015 The 28th IATEFL BESIG Annual Conference
07 Nov 2015 Applying the principles of coaching to our teaching with Tanja Murphy-Ilibasic
24 Oct 2015 2nd English for Healthcare conference
17 Oct 2015 Teacher Training Day München - Powered by Hueber Verlag and Macmillan
16 Oct 2015 The Cert IBET is coming to Munich!
10 Oct 2015 MELTA Talkshop
09 Oct 2015 Speak Up!...with Anna Wilby
19 Sep 2015 ACTIVITIES DAY - A day of lesson ideas and activities presented by four of our very own MELTA members
12 Sep 2015 ETAS Professional Development Day 2015
25 Jul 2015 Annual MELTA Beergarden Social
04 Jul 2015 Professional Development Course: Intercultural Competence in English (ICE) Critical Issues
25 Jun 2015 MELTA & MaWSIG Munich Meetup
13 Jun 2015 Workshops with John Hughes and Julie Pratten
16 May 2015 Working and socialising in English: starting with listening…
25 Apr 2015 Delta Modules at the MVHS
25 Apr 2015 MELTA Show and Tell Workshop - Share lesson plans, activities, games, teaching ideas and worksheets
10 Apr 2015 49th Annual International IATEFL Conference and Exhibition
14 Mar 2015 Stand and deliver value — or else!
05 Mar 2015 22nd International IATEFL Slovenia Conference
01 Feb 2015 Building a good lesson with Basis for Business C1 with Anne Hodgson
01 Feb 2015 Invitation to the Annual General Meeting (AGM)
17 Jan 2015 Film English with Kieran Donaghy
13 Dec 2014 MELTA Christmas party
06 Dec 2014 English for Technical Purposes with Claire Hart
22 Nov 2014 The Image Conference 2014:Putting media and images at the centre of the language learning agenda
08 Nov 2014 A practical day of workshops with Lindsay Clandfield
11 Oct 2014 Tips and techniques for teaching English for Specific Purposes
05 Oct 2014 MELTA at the Oktoberfest
04 Oct 2014 Digital literacies with Nicky Hockly
20 Sep 2014 Young Learners' Master Class with Grzegorz Śpiewak
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