Marija Milojković

Marija Milojković

Ph.D. student of Applied Linguistics and an online English teacher
  • 10:15-11:00 - Day 2

Niš, Serbia

Abstract

Along with observation and assessment, planning is at the heart of effective early childhood practice. Teaching English to very young children is no exception. Planning for VYL could be challenging, especially if you haven’t done any training for the early childhood education. However, if you know these essentials, you will be able to design your English classes for the benefit of children, teachers, and families. Participants will leave this practice-oriented presentation with the essentials of long-term and short-term planning for VYL.

How can technology empower the 4 basic language skills?

Biography

I am a Ph.D. student of Applied Linguistics at the Faculty of Philosophy in Nis. I specialize in computer-assisted teaching of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF). My publications include teaching English through Skype and Communicative Competence Theory in the field of ELF. I have worked as an online teacher for 6 years and I am enrolled in the Educational Technology in the English Language Classroom course of the U.S. Department of State and FHI 360.

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