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Teacher, teacher-trainer, researcher and writer Jade Blue talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? It was so inspiring and rewarding to be part of an event with such a fantastic line up of talks, and be able to connect and spend time with

Celeste Simões, teacher, materials writer and teacher trainer talks about her Image Conference experience and her workshop delivered with  Helena Oliveira What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The sharing of ideas was the most important thing for me. Lifelong learning is necessary to keep you updated and informed in a professional sense, but

Teacher, researcher and writer, Nora Nagy, talks about the experience of her first Image Conference in Lisbon. A first-timer’s reflections on the Image Conference in Lisbon Looking back at the Image Conference I can’t help thinking that something special and important started to happen in the world of English language teaching with the first conference

Teachers, trainer and researchers, Elena Dominguez and Jelena Bobina, talk about their Image Conference experience in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   We especially enjoyed the practical approach to the use of images in ELT, new ideas and teaching tips. We also enjoyed having been given the possibility of meeting

  Teacher, trainer and writer Dave Tuckers tells us about his experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The Image Conference was remarkable, not only due to the breadth of experience and expertise of the speakers, but also the variety and range of topics and techniques

Teacher and coursebook writer, Paul Dummett, talks about his experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? I really liked the emphasis on the power of images to help us understand the lives of others (empathy). The last talk I saw by Joanna Norton was inspirational in

  Teacher, trainer and coursebook writer, Ben Goldstein, talks about his Image Conference experience in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   The variety of presentations – from talks covering academic research to hands-on workshops.   How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve been to?   There were

  Flipped classroom teacher, Frank McGirr, answers the post-Image Conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   Meeting like minded teachers. I work at an institution where most teachers stick rigidly to course books. While attempting to meet the diverse needs of individual students, in a variety of countries, course books

  Helena Mota Lopes is a teacher, trainer and researcher based in Portugal. Here she talks about her session “From reader to writer/illustrator: citizenship in the EFL classroom” at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Saturday 14th October. Getting young teenagers to read and participate in a book discussion with enthusiasm is quite often a

  We are delighted to announce that you can now download the programme for the Image Conference in Lisbon on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October. Here’s a link. the-image-conference-programme It promises to be a great event with leading experts in the use of images in language education sharing their knowledge, experience and know-how. We hope

  Teacher educator, author and educational consultant Sandie Mourao talks about her plenary session “Picturebooks and their films: multimodality on pages and screens” at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Saturday 14th October.     Biodata Sandie Mourão (PhD) is a teacher educator, author and educational consultant. She is co-editor of ‘Early Years Second Language

  Helena Oliveira and Celeste Simões are both Portugal-based teachers and trainers. Here they talk about their session “The Power of Images in the Classroom”, at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Friday 13th October.  You don’t need to be a tech savvy to make your lessons more motivating for your students; the right image will

  Jade Blue is a teacher, trainer, research consultant and editor based in Brighton. Here she talks about her session “Learner Generated Visuals” which she will be presenting at the Image Conference in Lisbon on 13th October. From timelines to illustrations, the term ‘Learner Generated Visuals’ covers any visual or image created by the learner

  Teacher, trainer, researcher and writer Sylvia Karastathi talks about her  session “Adapting Museum Education Resources for Language Learning” at the Image Conference in Lisbon on 13th October. Within a new communicative landscape where multimodal communication is the norm, still and moving images are gaining ground even in traditional educational settings. The inclusion of aspects

Magdalena Dygala is a teacher and trainer based in Poland. Read an article and watch a video in which she talks about her session on  at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Saturday 14th October.   Using technology in the EFL classroom has become widespread in today’s educational environment. Belonging to a fast-paced generation, students can become dependent

  Frank McGirr is  a teacher and photographer based in Gernmany. Here Frank  talks about his session on  at the Image Conference in Lisbon. I am an advocate of flipped learning who has developed pioneering new ways of using the approach in language learning. Student centred,self-discovery lies at the heart of flipped learning, a characteristic

  Dave Tucker is Portugal-based teacher, trainer,  and author. Watch a video and read an article in which Dave talks about his session on multisensory learning at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Friday evening, 13th October.   Remember times when you ask your students to bring along something from home for the next lesson? It might

We are delighted to announce that the provisional schedule for The Image Conference in Lisbon on 13th and 14th October is now available. Speakers include leading experts in the use of image in language education such as Antonia Clare, Carmen Herrero, Sandie Mourao, Ben Goldstein, Anna Whitcher, Paul Dummett, Sylvia Karastathi , Dave Tucker, Elena Romero, Jelena

Registration for the Image Conference in Lisbon on 13th and 14th October is now open. The Image Conference is the annual conference of the Visual Arts Circle, and this year is being held in collaboration with APPI, the main Portuguese English teachers’ association. The event will be held in Escola Secundária Eça de Queirós. Leading experts

We are delighted to announce that the 6th edition of the Image Conference is being held in Lisbon, Portugal on 13th and 14th October in collaboration with APPI, the main Portuguese English teachers’ association. The event will be held in Escola Secundária Eça de Queirós. Leading experts and practitioners in the use of images in language

Andréia Zakime, who talked about the effectiveness of the use of images in engaging students in the practice of English outside the classroom, talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Getting together and exchanging ideas with professionals who are interested in making better

Candy Fresacher, who looked at the importance of colour in language education, talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? I liked the fact that it was a very specific conference that really dealt in detail with the visual in the EFL classroom.

  Bozica Saric-Cvjetkovic, who spoke about using video in ELT, talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Valletta, Malta.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The best thing for me was meeting new colleagues who all share the same passion for the use of visuals in ELT, whether it

  1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Selfishly speaking, I actually enjoyed very much sharing my ideas in my workshop and seeing the participants so involved.   2. How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve been to? Very visual and attention grabbing.    3. What were the main discussion points to

Magdalena Wasilewska, whose session was on how to deal with a ‘multi stimuli’ generation in the ELT classroom, talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Valletta, Malta. 1.What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Actually, I enjoyed almost everything. The venue, the speakers, the events. Highly professional. 2.How was The Image Conference

Rob Howard, who talked about how to use video effectively in ELT, answers the Image Conference questionnaire and talks about his experience in Valetta, Malta.  1.What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The networking with colleagues, the chance to share and hear new ideas.   2.How was The Image Conference different from other conferences

  Magdalena Brzezinska, who talked about the use of art to promote peace, answers the post-conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The conference was exactly what I was looking for. I’m always on the lookout for new applications of images in my classroom. My favorite speakers were: Kieran Donaghy (his

  Lisa Phillips, whose talk at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta was on visual literacy in English language teaching, answers the post-conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Paul Driver’s opening plenary was excellent, and the other workshops throughout the day were of a very high quality.   How was

  Tyson Seburn whose talk at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta was titled Learner-sourced visuals: a higher level text’s best friend answers the post-conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? It was getting together with old and new friends that was the most awesome, but also in Malta—what a location.  

  Judy has worked in education as a teacher, teacher trainer and coursebook writer for over thirty years. As an ELT teacher at Harvard she was awarded Teaching in Excellence recognition. Judy is the founder of The NO Project, an award-winning global educational campaign against human trafficking and modern slavery. Judy has this to say

  Andréia Zakime is a teacher, teacher trainer and course designer. She works at the Academic Department of Cultura Inglesa São Paulo and holds an MA in Publishing and Editorial Design. Andréia has a keen interest in the use of student-generated content to enable learners to act as protagonists in the learning process.    

  Magdalena has been an EFL teacher for over 20 years and a teacher trainer for 10 years. She taught practical English and sociolinguistics to English Philology students at the University of Warmia and Masuria, Poland. Now she is  teaching junior high school students. She likes to combine regular and online activities.      

  Magdalena is a graduate of Warsaw University in Poland – Teacher Training College and Amercian Studies Center. She is a teacher with over 20 years of experience, DOS in a private school of English “Green Hills Academy”, a graduate of Teacher Trainer Academy – DOS- ELTea, Cambridge oral examiner, conference speaker, licenced tour guide.

Emma is the developer of the 2016 ELTons nominated “TEFL Preparation Course” from ELTcampus, an online platform she also co-founded and developed. She is an online learning developer, writer and has been an English teacher since 1999 and is currently involved with CLIL. She is a practicing artist with a degree in Fine Arts, a

We are excited to announce that registration forms and full programme of the Image Conference and the 5th ELT Malta Conference, are available on the ELT Council website. Both conferences will have the input of world renowned ELT experts namely; Scott Thornbury, Marjorie Rosenberg, Kieran Donaghy, Paul Driver and Antonia Clare, to name a few.

Registration for the Image Conference on 6 October and the ELT Malta Conference on 7-8 October in Valetta, Malta is now open. You can register here.

We are delighted to announce that the 5th edition of the Image Conference is being held as the pre-conference event to the 5th ELT Malta Conference. The Image Conference will be held on 6 October while the 5th ELT Malta Conference will be held on 7-8 October at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta, Malta. Both

  Tim Phillips is  Sales Executive for Cengage / National Geographic Learning in Germany and Austria. Here Tim tells us about his experience at The Image Conference in Munich.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The professional level of the talks I attended.   How was The Image Conference different from other

  Dr Sylvia Karastathi studied Literature and Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge. She teaches English, academic writing and study skills at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She is also a teacher trainer and researcher. Sylvia tells us about her experience as a delegate at The Image Conference in Munich.    1. What did you enjoy about The

  Fiona Mauchline is a teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer based in Cáceres. She regularly teacher-trains in Spain and other countries, and her publications include Interface and Motivate (for ESO, Macmillan) and Motivate for Bachillerato (Edelvives). She writes or runs 4 blogs (including macappella and Take a photo and…), and co-curates #Eltpics, a creative

  Evan Frendo is a Business English and ESP specialist who is afrequent speaker at conferences, he also travels regularly in Europe and Asia to run courses or to work as a consultant. He has written numerous in-house courses for multinationals, and has also published several books, including the well-known How to teach Business English

  Claire Hart combines Business English teaching in the tertiary and corporate sectors with a variety of materials development projects. As a materials writer, Claire specializes in creating digital content and adapting print materials for digital contexts. Here Claire answers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film: I don’t have one favourite film, but I

  Kat has been teaching for over 20 years and is currently a teacher and teacher trainer at Oxford Tefl, Barcelona. She creates digital learning content for a number of teaching contexts, and has a special interest in the use of mobile technologies and video. here she talks about her session Mobile videos: Creating video to

  Vanja Fazinic is a teacher of English and German to students aged 10-15 at Don Lovre Katic Primary School in Solin, Croatia. She has strong interest in making film in the language classroom and her current challenge is to integrate collaborative filmmaking projects into the curriculum and her teaching context. Here Vanja answers The

  Hugh Dellar is a teacher and teacher trainer based in London. He is the co-author of the Outcomes and Innovations series and the online teacher development course, Teaching Lexically. He is currently working on a methodology book for DELTA also entitled Teaching Lexically as well as a second edition of Outcomes and some ELT

  Ina S. Gray is the Head of Language Centre, University of Wismar, Germany. With a background in European Studies and higher education didactics, Ina has been working as a lecturer at the university’s Language Centre since 2008. Her passion lies in the psychology of teaching and learning. In Ina’s session at The Image Conference

  Jane Arnold is Professor of Language Teaching Methodology at the University of Seville.  Among her publications are Affect in Language Learning (CUP),  Meaningful Action, Earl  Stevick’s Influence on Language Teaching (CUP)  and Imagine That! Mental Imagery in the EFL Classroom  (Helbling Languages). Jane will be speaking about the use of mental imagery in the

The schedule and provisional programme for the fourth edition of The Image Conference organised by the Munich English Teachers’ Assocation in Munich on Saturday 5th December are now available. There is an impressive line up of leading experts and practicioners in the use of images in language learning who will share their experiences, insights and

We are delighted to announce that the keynote speakers at The Image Conference organised in conjunction with MELTA in Munich, Germany on 5th December will be Ceri Jones, Hugh Dellar, Jane Arnold, Paul Driver, Anna Whitcher, Fiona Mauchline,  and Kieran Donaghy. All of the speakers are leading experts and practitioners in the use of images in language

We are delighted to announce that Ceri Jones will be the opening plenary speaker at the fourth edition of The Image Conference in Munich on 5th December. Ceri is a teacher, trainer and materials writer who has worked in ELT for over 25 years in Italy, Hungary, Spain and the UK. She is now mainly involved

  We are delighted to announce that the Call for Papers for the fourth edition of The Image Conference in Munich on 5th December is now open. Thank you for wanting to submit a speaker proposal for The Image Conference 2015, Munich, Germany. We would appreciate it if you would take a moment to read

  We are delighted to announce that the fourth edition of The Image Conference organised by the Munich English Language Teachers’ Association is being held at the Gasteig in Munich, Germany on Saturday  5th December. The conference, which is the only event dedicated exclusively to the use of images in language teaching, will bring together leading

      1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The best thing about this conference and the first conference in Barcelona was the huge variety of talks. There are so many interpretations on how to use images for language learning and I felt that all the speakers I saw gave a unique

  Anna Whitcher talks about her experience as a speaker and delegate at The Image Conference. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? What I liked most about The Image Conference was the sense of familiarity the group had throughout the day and also the cohesiveness of the program. Coming from so far

    Anna Whitcher and Kieran Donaghy’s short film A Visual Manifesto for Language Teaching which was premiered in the closing plenary session at The Image Conference in Córdoba is now available to watch and download online. The film aims to encourage us to reflect on and analyse the increasing number of images we encounter

Teacher, trainer and materials writer Samantha Lewis talks about her experience as a speaker and delegate at The Image Conference Córdoba. Thank you to Samantha for her great answers. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? It was a chance to come away with lots of practical, creative ideas and thought-provoking at the

Teacher, trainer and coach Fiona James answers talks about her experiencec as a delegate at The Image Conference Córdoba. Many thanks to Fiona for her very perseptive comments. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? I enjoyed networking with professionals on an international level and sharing ideas and feelings about our role as educators. For

    180 delegates from throughout Europe enjoyed the third edition of The Image Conference, the only language learning conference in the world exclusively on the use of images, in the beautiful city of Córdoba. Many delegates have commented on the impressive line-up and how well the conference was organised. The efficient organisation is down

Teacher, trainer and writer Ceri Jones answers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film/work of art/video game: I’m hopeless at answering any questions with “favourite” in them but the one that bubbles to the top is Daunbailo (Down by Law) by Jim Jarmusch. I love the use of black and white and the play on

In this video teacher, trainer and writer talks about his session with editor and film producer Anna Whithcer, A Visual Manifesto for Language Teaching, at The Image Conference in Córdoba on 22nd November.     You can find out more about Kieran and Anna, and their session below.       Kieran Donaghy Kieran Donaghy

  Teacher, trainer and writer Kieran Donaghy talks about his opening plenary session Teaching English Through Film in a World of Screens at The Image Conferencec in Córdoba on 22nd November.   You can find out more about Kieran and his talk below.     Kieran Donaghy Kieran Donaghy is a teacher, trainer and award-winning

In this video the founder of The Image Conference, Kieran Donaghy, talks about the impressive line up at the event in Córdoba on 22nd November.

    University lecturer Ina Gray answers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite video to use in class:   Different ones for different areas of ESP: –       Architecture: Grand Designs (a Channel 4 documentary series) –       Architecture/topic: floor plans: Happy home (a video produced by architecture students in 2013) –       Business Communication/topic: job applications: The

    Teacher and materials writer answers The Image Conference questionnaire.   Your favourite film/work of art/video game:   Double Indemnity / portraits by Hans Holbein (among others too numerous to mention) / Tomb raider (last and only one I played properly) . Your favourite video to use in class:   Who Am I? Think

Teacher, graphic designer and writer Paul Driver answers The Image Conference questionnaire.   Your favourite film/work of art/video game: My favourite film is Memento. It’s a very game-like film in many ways as the disjointed sequencing of scenes challenges the viewer to actively contend with a writhing plot. As an artist myself I find Lucian

Teacher trainer and writer Ben Goldstein answeers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film/work of art/video game:   I don’t ever tire of looking at Mark Rothko’s abstract expressionist paintings, I can lose myself in them.    Your favourite video to use in class:   One of my favourites is “Forgetfulness” – a brilliant animation

Professor, teacher trainer and materials writer Donna Fields gives us an insight into her fascinating talk at The Image Conference in this video.   You can find out more about Donna and her talk below.   Donna Fields has a doctorate in folktales, is a professor and consultant at the Valencian International University, and is

Writer, editor and film producer Anna Whitcher answers The Image Conference Questionnaire. Your favourite film/work of art/video game:   My favorite movie of all time is Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. I saw it for the first time when I was about 15 years old in a classic movie theater here in my native San Francisco, and

  Teacher, trainer and materials writer Samantha Lewis answers The Image Conference questionnaire.   Your favourite film/work of art/video game:   I don’t have a favourite film – too many to choose from. A couple of great ones which immediately spring to mind are “Life is beautiful” and “Once”.   .Your favourite video to use

The final version of the programme for The Image Conference Córdoba, which will be held on Saturday 22nd November, is now ready. The line up is very impressive and includes renowned experts in the field of images in language learning such as Jamie Keddie, Nina Lauder, Ben Goldstein, Lindsay Clandfield, Anna Whitcher, Ceri Jones, Fiona

  Digital consultant Shaun Wilden answers the Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film/work of art/video game I don’t have a favourite film I am afraid, I actually rarely watch film, if I may cheat then my favourite thing to watch is Doctor Who and my all time favourite episode of that is Planet of the

Trainer, coach and materials writer Daniel Barber talks about his session on the role of neuroscience and brain imaging in language teaching in this fascinating video. You can read more about Daniel and his session at The Image Conference below. Functionally Resonant: the magnetic allure of brain imaging Daniel Barber has about 89 billion neurons

Award-winning writer and co-founder of The Round, Lindsay Clandfield, answers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film/work of art/video game: Film? Maybe The Godfather, but there are many. Work of art? Don’t have one. Video game? Half Life / Total War Rome   Your favourite video to use in class: I love using Breathe, a

The programme for the third edition of The Image Conference, the only conference in the world exclusively on the use of images in ELT, to be held in Córdoba, Spain on 22nd November is now available. The line-up is impressive, full of leading experts in the use of photos, art, video, films and video games

The third edition of The Image Conference organised by International House is being held at the Hotel Eurostars Palace in Córdoba, Spain on Saturday  22nd November. In the inaugural conference delegates were able to experience the beautiful art-noveau architecture of Barcelona; the second conference took place amid  the Oscar Niemeyer designed civic buildings of Brasilia,

The second edition of The Image Conference: Film, Video, Images and Gaming in English Language Teaching took place at Cultura Inglesa in Brasilia, Brazil on 25th October. The conference was organised by the Brasilia Chapter of Braz-Tesol and had the backing of the International Association of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Association’s Learning Technologies

  The Image Conference founder Kieran Donaghy talks about his plenary session, Short and Sweet: Using Short Films to Promote Creativity and Communication at The Image Conference Brasilia on 25th October. Kieran’s site on the use of film in language teaching Film English recently won a British Council ELTons Award for Innovation in Teacher Resources.  

    Teacher, teacher trainer and education technology expert David Deubelbeiss talks about his session at The Image Conference, Brasilia Video in the ELT Classroom. David is the Director of Education at English Central possibly the best website for learning English.     [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YxDOauJd64&w=640&h=480]

  The Second Edition of The Image Conference is taking place in Brasilia, Brazil on Friday 25th October. The event has been organised by the Brasilia Chapter of Braztesol and has the support of the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG. Braztesol have put together a very impressive lineup of speakers who are all experts in the

    Award-winning author, teacher, trainer and gaming expert Kyle Mawer talks about his experience at The Image Conference.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Not only to have the chance to see a lot of interesting images    and     learn how teachers are using them but also to meet a

The lovely Fiona Mauchline, teacher, trainer, materials writer and ELT Pics curator, talks about her experience as a speaker and delegate at The Image Conference. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The people, the place, the buzz, not too much overload in terms of choice of session, the focus on a more

 Tim Kelly, a teacher and trainer based at Internationa l House Córdoba, Spain, talks about his experience as a delegate at The Image Conference.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The buzz from meeting up with like-minded ELT people who had decided to support this new initiative. Talking face to face

Ela Wassell, a Polish English language teacher based in the UK, attended The Image Conference and talks about her experience here.   1.  What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? I loved the fact that it was held in Barcelona! I’ve always wanted to visit this city. The venue was amazing. I enjoyed the

Neil McMillan is a teacher, trainer and blogger based in Barcelona, Spain. He spoke at The Image Conference and talks about his experience here.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? There were a great deal of new and challenging ideas to take in, in simply breathtaking surroundings. I also enjoyed presenting.

Jodi Ellen Stolzenbach is a freelance English instructor based in Hamburg, Germany. She attended The Image Conference and talks about her experience here.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The Image Conference was an important experience for me as a new freelance EFL teacher (in Hamburg, Germany) looking for a sense of

Teacher and director of studies Carmen Lopez Jiménez  from Oviedo, Spain talks about her experience as a delegate at The Image Conference.     1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The talks, the nice conversations with the people we met, the beautiful building where it was held, Barcelona … everything!   2. How was

Teacher, trainer and writer Ceri Jones talks about her experience as both a speaker and delegate at The Image Conference. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? So many things, but mainly the way it flowed so easily and naturally from session to session, with enough time in between to talk to old

Carlos Martin, director of studies and teacher in La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain, talks about his experience at The Image Conference.   1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The amount of different options to work with the image in the classroom. 2. How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve

  Eva Suárez Guillén, a teacher and blogger based in the Canary Islands, talks about her experience at The Image Conference. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? It was a wonderful day, full of interesting talks, people and everything took place in an incredible location. I came back home with a backpack

Lecturer, trainer, illustrator and graphic designer Paul Driver answers The Image Conference questionnaire. Your favourite film: Probably Memento. It’s one of those films that the more you watch, the more layers of meaning you uncover in each scene. It’s a very game-like film in many ways as the disjointed sequencing of scenes challenges the viewer

  Ceri Jones gives us a teaser for her session Unleashing the Power of Images at The Image Conference in Barcelona on 8th June.   [slideshare id=22592624&doc=unleashingthepowerofimagesteaser-130607034942-phpapp01]   Read more about Ceri and her session here.    Unleashing the Power of Images Keynote Ceri Jones Richmond 15.00 – 16.00 Aula magna From digital cameras to mental

Teacher, trainer and materials writer Fiona Mauchline answers The Image Conference Questionnaire. Your favourite video and image websites: This is a no-brainer, really J My favourite image site is obviously www.eltpics.com along with the blog Take a photo and… – what else could I say? I tend to use youtube and vimeo for videos of

Teacher, trainer and blogger Steve Muir talks about his session at The Image Conference. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTzf7BuA03o?rel=0] Find out more about Steve and his session here.   Telly Learning Steve Muir British Council 16.15 – 17.15 Room 11 In this practical workshop we will look at a range of classroom activities inspired by clips from short

Teacher, trainer and writer Kieran Donaghy talks about his session at The Image Conference. Your favourite film to use in class: The film which I’ve used most successfully is To Kill a Mockingbird. It’s a beautiful story about childhood, racism and empathy which students of all ages really relate to and love.   Useful film-related

  Teacher, trainer and materials writer Mark McKinnon answers The Image Conference Questionnaire. Your favourite game website: My favourite game website is Conquer Club (an online version of Risk). That takes up all of my online game time. I’ll be going straight home after the conference to check my troops! I’m also a member of

Teacher, trainer,  presenter and  writer Jamie Keddie talks about his plenary session at  The Image Conference. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCnJjPgvTME?rel=0] You can read more about Jamie and his session here.   Visual literacy in ELT Opening plenary session Jamie Keddie 09.30 – 10.30 Aula magna Throughout our lives, we are the unwitting subjects of an onslaught of images.

  Teacher, trainer and British Council Teaching English web manager, Paul Braddock answers The Image Conferencce Questionnaire.   Your favourite film: My memory is awful so my favourite film is always the last good film I saw – in this case a British film called Sightseers, which is a bit like Mike Leigh’s Nuts in

Teacher, trainer and materials writer Gerard McLoughlin talks about his session Using images and video to change perspectives at The Image Conference. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKZdCxwf5rQ?rel=0] You can read more about Gerard and his session here.   Using images and video to change perspectives Gerard McLoughlin 17.45 – 18.45 Room 11 In this workshop we will look at how

Teacher, trainer and materials writer John Hughes answers The Image Conference Questionnaire. Your favourite film to use in class: When I do workshops on using videos, participants always suggest new films which then become my current favourites. As I tend to specialize in Business English teaching, the short film ‘Signs’ (directed by Patrick Hughes, no

  Teacher, trainer and blogger Steve Muir answers The Image Conference Questionnaire.   Your favourite film video website:   Not going to be very original here, I’m afraid. About 99% of the videos I use in class can be found on YouTube or Vimeo.     Your favourite film to use in class:   I