The workshop is devoted to the new generation of books for reading which include vast online resources: video, audio, LMS (Learning Management System).Combination of traditional and interactive materials makes reading more attractive for modern teenagers who are often called ‘screenagers’. Self-study online activities increase the effectiveness of teaching reading and English as a whole. Another part of the workshop is devoted to the principles of working with the new edition of ‘MORE! ’ which preserves and further develops CLIL approach based on using interdisciplinary links in teaching English. Major attention is given to the demonstration of new interactive resources of this four-level course for schoolchildren aged 10 to 13.
Irina Polyakova is Head of Foreign Languages Department of Moscow Lyceum «Stolichny», Cambridge CELA (ESOL) examiner and Cambridge University Press methodologist and teacher trainer.