Jeremy Day, ESP specialist (Cambridge University Press), will be giving a seminar in St. Petersburg
on October, 28 2011 (Fri)
at Mayakovsky Library.
The seminar will run from 16:00 to 18:00.
- Needs Analysis in ESP (for university teachers)
“What you need to know: some practical advice, drawing on the experiences of teaching professionals who don’t know what they need or want from an English course” (J. Day)
- My Top Ten Grammar Structures
“I’ve always been fascinated by the quirky side of English grammar: not just how things work, but why they work in the way they do. In this presentation, I hope to show how a little enthusiasm and interest can go a long way in the teaching and learning of grammar”. (J. Day)
Joint event by Cambridge University Press and SPELTA.
Jeremy Day is Series Editor of “Cambridge English for …”, which has ESP titles on Nursing, Engineering, Job-hunting, the Media, Marketing, HR and Science. His seven Teacher’s Books include International Legal English, Flightpath (Aviation English) and Dynamic Presentations. He is co-author of the advanced level of Active Grammar, a new CLIL-based grammar series.