These handouts are Microsoft Word documents (.doc or .rtf),
PowerPoint presentations (.ppt) or Adobe Reader (.pdf) files.

ETAI Summer Conference – Jerusalem – July 2009

Lexicalise Your Lesson 2: Teaching Grammar - Leo Selivan

Live Listening - Leo Selivan

Using computers to teach English in a Special Education School - Zohara Barzilai

Another Year of Teaching Weak Pupils: Turning Failure into Success (ppt) – Melanie Shaul

Bark On About Fluency (pdf – 2.75mb) – Elisheva Barkon

Teachers’ Coping Styles as Mediators of Teachers’ Classroom Management - Ramon Lewis, Latrobe University, Australia
Control
Disucssion

Thinking Skills for Weak Learners (ppt) – Mimi Yotzer

Writing Accuracy - Susan Holzman

Extensive Reading in the Classroom: How to Make it Work – Amanda Caplan
Extensive Reading Cards (.pdf)
Match Genre and Blurb Cards (.pdf)
Test the Level (.pdf)


ETAI Mini Conference – Eilat – May 2009

HOTS: Not Just for Literature - Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

Student’s Can Right If You Give Them a Chance (.ppt) – Ann Shlapobersky
Writing activities (.zip)

ETAI Mini Conference – Nazareth Illit – May 2009

Creating Interesting Exercises and making boring exercises Interesting - Penny Ur

Increasing Comprehension: Eliciting, Encouraging and Elaborating Inference Skills (ppt) – Margaret MacAdam, English Language Fellow, American Embassy


ETAI Spring Conference – Haifa – April 2009

The Power of Poetry to Promote HOTS - Judy Astary

The Dictionary – Authentic Exercises - Susan Holtzman

Technology Can Bring Reading Comprehension to Life – Walk 4 Your Life (ppt) – Ann Shlapobersky , Eric Cohen Books
Audio files (zip)

HOTS: Not Just for Literature - Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

Learning by Doing: but who does the doing? - Fran Sokel
Table activity

ETAI 2009 final Learning difficulties and English acquisition obstacles challenges (ppt) – Janina Kahn-Horwitz

The WHs of Web 2.0 (ppt) – Micki Zaritsky


ETAI Mini-Conference – Rishon Lezion – February 2009

Teaching Vocabulary: Going Beyond the Textbook - Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

ETAI Mini-Conference – Bet Yerach – February 2009

HOTS: Not Just for Literature - Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

ETAI Mini-Conference – Kefar Saba – January 2009

Sing a Song of Sixpence: Authentic Texts for Appreciation of Literature and Culture - Debbie Topperoff


ETAI Winter Conference – Beer Sheva – December 2008

Pedagogy IS Brain Science! Or, your brain is already a poet - Prof. Ellen Spolsky, English Department, Bar Ilan University
The Silver Dagger (poem)

Teaching Business English: Negotiating Effectively - Ira Director, English Services
Vocabulary Practice 1
Vocabulary Practice 2
Vocabulary Practice 3

Sing-a-Lauren : The Bear Went over the Mountain - Laurie Ornstein, High School for Environmental Studies

You Can Do It! - Dr. Sharon Azaria, Talpiot College and Achva Academic College

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in the Regular High-School English Classroom - Naomi Ganin-Epstein, Yehud Comprehensive High-School, “Shema” Counselor of English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Teaching Poetry to Teenagers: The Importance of Creative Writing in the EFL Classroom - Glenda Sacks, Achva College of Education

Can my Students become Responsible, Thinking Learners?? YES, Find Out How - Aviva Shapiro, Beit Yerach Regional High School, The Jordan Valley, REED counselor (The North)
Feedback Form

Assessing and Supporting ESOL Adults with Dyslexic Tendencies in UK – Liz Shapiro
Spelling Strategies (.pdf)
Spelling Error Analysis
Israeli Technology (jpg)
Recommendations
Websites

HOTS: Not Just for Literature - Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

British Council Second Life Island for Teenagers – Serious Fun for Learners (ppt) – Charlotte Brander, British Council

Teaching Resources at Your Fingertips (ppt) – Nicola Crowley, British Council


ETAI Mini-Conference – Hatzor Haglilit – December 2008

Bark on about reading fluency (ppt) – Elisheva Barkon

Learning Disabilities in the Classroom: What does it mean for you as a teacher? (ppt) – Jackie Teplitz

Laying the Foundation for Positive Classroom Behavior (ppt) – Aviva Shapiro

Teaching Resources at Your Fingertips (ppt) – Nicola Crowley, British Council