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  • 1. The MET Hotel - Thessaloniki Programme Saturday 31 August - Zephyros 10.30 – 11.20 EXAM PREPARATION CLASSES: DO’S AND DON’TS Professional Dr. Giannis Papargiris, Academic Associate, PEOPLECERT - CITY GUILDS EXAMS GREECE Presentation While there is a lot of experience among EFL teachers in Greece in preparing students for various language exams, examination results are not always as good as they could be. This presentation will review the main principles of teaching exam preparation classes and offer practical tips that will help you motivate students and prepare them more effectively for any language exam they wish to take. 11.30 - 12.20 THE CAT IS BACK in junior classes with amazing adventures. Bring the excitement of OUR WORLD into your A-C classes. Natasha Polysaki, Marketing Manager, Northern Greece, BURLINGTON BOOKS Burlington Books leads the way in Greece with top quality coursebooks, whiteboard software and e-Books. 12.30 – 13.45 CHANGES TO EXAMS 2013: New books for the Michigan ECCE, Michigan ECPE and Cambridge CPE. SPOT ON: The new ideal coursebook series for classes A, B, C and D. TEACHING GRAMMAR: A blessing or a curse? ADVANCED LANGUAGE POINTS (Many lucky attendees will win a complimentary copy of Correct English Usage Book 2, 420 pages) Costas Grivas, Author, GRIVAS PUBLICATIONS 14.00 – 14.50 LISTENING: HOW TO USE LISTENING TESTS TO TEACH Nick Michelioudakis, Academic Consultant, PTE GENERAL - EDEXCEL M/C questions are good for testing but not quite so good for teaching. Can we change testing activities slightly so they are both useful for teaching and enjoyable? Yes, we can! Come and see how! 15.30 – 16.20 DISEMBARK OR STAY ON BOARD? Chryssa Laskaridou, Presenter, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT Recent revisions of Cambridge English Examinations have placed particular emphasis on a steady progression from one language level to the next. Some students seem to lose confidence on the final leg of the language learning route to proficiency. This session will suggest how we can help bridge the gap from FCE to CPE by building relevant skills in English Language classes. 16.30 – 17.20 THE TEACHER AS DIGITAL CURATOR Professional Marisa Constantinides, Dip.RSA, M.A. App Ling, DCS - INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS EXHIBITIONS Presentation Curating content may well be the latest online trend. Because most of the tools are also social networking tools, curating is a great first step to get connected with other like-minded teachers from around the world. This talk will outline steps to discover great content online, organize and save it for future use (curation) by showing some great bookmarking and curation tools. I also hope to share some ideas on how to evaluate, create or co-create your own content (creation) and how to share it with your colleagues or your learners.