Day: Saturday Time: 17:30-18:15 Room: SOCRATES (10th Floor)
Make a Soft Version of CLIL Work in EFL Context
This workshop aims to provide practical skills with EFL teachers to make the soft version of CLIL work in an EFL context. The class, addressing global issues, targets at upper-secondary or tertiary level students. This workshop focuses on designing tasks and managing students’ affective variables in particular.
Keywords: Task-based Teaching, CLIL, Psychology of EFL Learners, Global Issues
Kozo Yanagawa is an associate professor of Hosei University in Tokyo. He has received Ph.D. from University of Bedfordshire, CRELLA.
Kozo Yanagawa's Interview
Who is Kozo Yanagawa? What is the single characteristic that you want most people to know about you?
How is your presentation connected to the umbrella topic of the conference of “The 5 Ts of TESOL: Teach, Train, Transform, Transcend, Trust”?
Teaching cannot be possible without trust from and to the students. So we have to train ourselves, transform conventional teaching approaches, and transcend what we are now.
Which is your favorite T? Teach, Train, Transform, Transcend, or Trust, and why?
Trust because this is the key to successful teaching and learning.
What does TESOL Greece mean to you?
It is a mystery as I have never ever been there.
What are your expectations from the 40th TESOL Greece Annual International Convention?
To meet old friends again and to make many new friends.