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  1. 1. Report on “APLE” Seminars in the framework of the project “Teaching Today for the Future”The project “Teaching Today for the Future” isintended for students in their last year of studies who are strongly committed tostart a teaching career after graduation. The first day (3 rd November 2012) includedtwo seminars on the following topics: 1. Teaching Writing Techniques delivered by Angela Tulei, MA in Pedagogy and Victoria Fiodorov, MA in Philology, both lecturers at Moldova State University. 2. Education: Connecting Practice to the System, delivered by Bob Earlie, professor from Ireland.24 students participated in these seminars.
  2. 2. On the 10th of November thefollowing seminars werepresented: 1. English Language Acquisition through Game Perspective, delivered by Ina Voloschiuc, MA, University Lecturer, MSU 2. Teaching ESL and Critical Thinking: a Few Pedagogical Tips from an American Perspective, delivered by Catherine Douillet, Fulbright Scholar 22 students participated on this day. On the 17th of November the following seminars were presented: 1. Kaleidoscope of Teaching Techniques, delivered by Marcela Calchei, MA, Senior University Lecturer, MSU 2. Boosting Oral Fluency through Communicative Activities, delivered by Tamara Matei, PhD, Associate Professor, MSU 20 students participated on this day. On the last day (24November) the following seminars were presented: 1. Assessing the 4 Skills in Teaching English, delivered by Irina Gincu, MA in Pedagogy, Senior University Lecturer, MSU 2. How to Engage Students and Generate Active Student Participation in the Classroom, delivered by Richard Garrett, Fulbright Scholar 3. New Perspectives in Teaching Reading, delivered by Lia Butucel and Galina Bobeico, both University Lecturers, MSU 26 students participated in these seminars.

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