Moving targets in ELT: watch the video online
More than 50 guests from the world of teacher training gathered in London on Saturday 16 June 2012 to hear Guy Cook, Professor of English with the Open University, reflect on the last 50 years of ideas and practices in English language teaching (ELT) at a lecture at International House.
The lecture was entitled 'Moving targets in ELT: the secret of relative success', and was part of a series of events organised by IH London to mark our 50th year of excellence in teacher training.
Watch the video
If you missed the event but would like to hear what Professor Cook had to say, and watch the question and answer session afterwards, please see the video below.
Download a copy of the handout
For more information you can also download a copy of the information handout used on the day: Moving targets in ELT.
Got a question or comment?
Please email the Teacher Training team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the event.
Date for your diary: Saturday 24 November 2012
The second lecture in this series will be delivered by Professor Diane Larsen-Freeman on Saturday 24 November at 11am. please email email@example.com if you would like to attend.