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ETAI Summer Conference 2013 – Jerusalem

Readers Theater - Sharon Kleinerman

Stages of the lesson
The Very Hungry Caterpiller

Kugel on Moodle (Prezi presentaion)- Eduardo Lina

Tips for Teachers: Preparing Students for the Literature Bagrut - Bari Nirenberg
(Click on Bari’s name to send her an email and receive her presentation)

From Pedagogy to Lexicography and Back - Geoff Toister

Using Song as Text - Kara Aharon

Let’s Listen to the Classroom - Amanda Kaplan

Using Video in the Classroom with Teen Learners (pdf) - Elana Boteach Salomon & Jonathan Rickard

Why Should They Listen to Us? - Jeremy Day (link to ppt in his dropbox)

Enhancing the speaking skill (additional notes) - Mia Abdo

Reading Comprehension and Reading Aloud– Connected? (handout)- Miri Yochanna

YouTube A Look at its Potential in the EFL Classroom (main points)- Osnat Dumen

Braingstorming - Esther Esses

Pension Rights: (in Hebrew) 1) Beginning teacher, 2) Oz L’tmora - Irith Zahavi


CONFERENCE NEWS FLASH - read session summaries by our roving reporters


ETAI Spring Conference 2013 – Kfar Saba

Reading and Vocabulary: Knowing, Guessing and Looking it Up - Suzan Holtzman

The 21st Century and EFL (pptx)- Ann Shlapobersky

Wordle Padlet (WallWisher) Quizlet
Wikispaces for teachers Makebeliefscomix Edmodo

Word of the Day (pptx)- Leah Doryoseph

An Intervention Plan for Students with Learning Disabilities learning EFL - Tal Ronen-Papo

From Pedagogy to Lexicography and Back - Geoff Toister

Turn, Turn, Turn, Vocabulary & Grammar - Naomi Geffen and  Dana Prop

ETAI Winter Conference 2012 – Reali, Haifa

Teaching Literature in Learning Environments - Sharon Fayerberger 
Game On! - Hadar Peled
Quizlet - Tamar Novik
Teaching Large, Mixed-level Classes: Some practical principles - Penny Ur