Vojo Mrvaljević

Vojo Mrvaljević

English and Italian teacher, mentor to trainee teachers
  • 15:00-15:30 - Day 2

Nikšić, Montenegro

Gordana Milić

Gordana Milić

English teacher
  • 15:00-15:30 - Day 2

Nikšić, Montenegro

Abstract

Teaching grammar has always been considered as one of the hardest tasks a teacher has to face. Because of the fact that the grammar skills are very important for students’ real life situations, whether they need to pass standardized tests or try to pass the university entrance exams it puts additional responsibility for teachers to create lesson plans that will stimulate students to engage themselves in grammar learning. As teachers we have to be creative and involve various approaches in teaching to show students that learning grammar doesn’t have to be boring, but rather fun experience.

We say GRAMMAR ROCKS, so join the live presentation to learn how can you make grammar fun!

Vojo’s biography

Vojo Mrvaljević is an English and Italian teacher who has been teaching English for 20 years at primary school „Jagoš Kontić“ in Nikšić, Montenegro.  He has been working as a mentor to trainee teachers. He has actively participated in various seminars, webinars, MOOCs, workshops and conferences, both international and within the country. He is an author of a seminar accredited by Bureau for Education Services in Montenegro. He has also completed teacher training course for teachers. He is a member of English Language Teachers` Association of Montenegro (ELTAM) and also a board member of the same organisation. He has acquired a title of teacher adviser. He has also participated in Pilot projects for First Grade 2017. He was a speaker and a participant at numerous workshops as well as national and international conferences for teachers of the English language.

Gordana’s biography

Gordana Milić is an English teacher who has been teaching English for 11 years at primary school „Dušan Đukanović “in Nikšić, Montenegro. She has been working as a mentor to trainee teachers. She has acquired a title of teacher adviser. She has actively participated in various seminars, webinars, MOOCs, workshops and conferences, both international and within the country. She is an author of seminar accredited by Bureau for Education Services in Montenegro. She is a member of English Language Teachers` Association of Montenegro (ELTAM). She was a speaker and a participant at numerous workshops as well as national and international conferences for teachers of the English language. She was rewarded by Ministry of Education of Montenegro.

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