Charlotte is a DELTA qualified ELT Teacher, with over 8 years of teaching experience. She has taught in South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Cambodia and the UK, teaching Young Learners, Teenagers, and Adults across all levels, from beginner to proficiency. She has experience in delivering courses for General English, Business English, and Exam Preparation (IELTS, Trinity GESE and Cambridge First Certificate).
Charlotte has written and delivered many teacher training workshops, both face-to-face and online, with her specialities focused on General English for Adults and Teenagers. Her workshops provide many practical teaching tips and activities, along with reflective discussion points.
She is currently working for Oxford University Press as a Senior Consultant and Teacher Trainer, where she has presented at both in-company and external face to face events in the UK, Ireland and France. She has also written for the OUP blog.
Teaching Advanced Learners – Leading the Way with English File
How do we keep advanced level learners challenged and inspired, when they feel like they might have hit a plateau in their language learning? What support is there for teachers who feel pressure in creating level-appropriate lessons, or daunted at the prospect that their learners might know more than them, when it comes to certain language points?
This session will highlight some issues that might arise, both for the students and teachers, and will explore an array of solutions to combat these. You will gain practical tips and ideas to implement in your advanced classes, along with some food for thought on how you can develop your own approaches.