IATEFL Pecha Kucha and downloadable teacher posters

 

Last night was the IATEFL Pecha Kucha. It’s a fun event that is becoming a mainstay at some TEFL conferences.

If you don’t know what it is, don’t worry because the host, Jeremy Harmer introduces the principles of Pecha Kucha at the start and then (at 17:20) you can see SGI teacher, Willy Cardoso performing in the Colesseum of TEFL… promoting CHAOS as always! 🙂

Part 2 of the Pecha Kucha session is here.

Also, I thought you might like to see and download these images to whack up on your staffroom wall to keep that IATEFL vibe frothing into next week and the months beyond, as we all give ourselves a big slap on the back for being great teachers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Teaching English on the BBC website for these free downloads.

 

And here’s one that I saw on Facebook today which is also probably a good one for the staffroom…. although not strictly teacher related, it’s probably quite useful on certain occasions!

Bren Brennan

About Bren Brennan

Bren initially trained here at SGI and then joined the staff in 2005. Since 2006, he has taught abroad in Budapest, Berlin and now at Mondragon University in Spain. He returns to teach at SGI London every summer and completed the SGI Trinity DipTESOL in 2011. He also regularly writes posts for students here.
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2 Responses to IATEFL Pecha Kucha and downloadable teacher posters

  1. White coat says:

    Thank you for the posters!

    This one is nothing new, but it also looks good on one’s staffroom cabinet.
    http://www.willowpatterns.co.uk/cath-tate-cards-teaching-has-taken-its-toll/

  2. gbposters says:

    I like the three coloured posters about teachers and how teaching is related to a variety of other subjects. Glad to see that the posters are able to be downloaded for free.

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