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Oct 16, 2020 09:25 AM - Nov 16, 2020 10:25 AM (Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh) Switch to local time
20201016T0925 20201016T1025 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh FEATURED SPEECH (SPONSORED BY Oxford University Press): Fundamentals of Teaching Online

Whether face-to-face or in a digital classroom, good teaching is good teaching. As a trained educator, many skills and strategies in your existing 'teaching tool-box' can be applied to teaching online, whatever digital platforms or programs you may choose (or be asked) to use. As a trained language educator, you already know how to engage and motivate your students while providing opportunities to practice and apply English. The key is to find the right combination and approach to take these skills for a successful, digital delivery. In our session, we will first look at the fundamentals of online teaching. This will include the various options and settings 'online teaching' has to offer. We will then examine and clarify the expectations each option brings, and possible challenges teachers may face. Finally, we will explore sample tools and resources which can be used to create effective communicative – and even multisensory – activities for your students.

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Whether face-to-face or in a digital classroom, good teaching is good teaching. As a trained educator, many skills and strategies in your existing 'teaching tool-box' can be applied to teaching online, whatever digital platforms or programs you may choose (or be asked) to use. As a trained language educator, you already know how to engage and motivate your students while providing opportunities to practice and apply English. The key is to find the right combination and approach to take these skills for a successful, digital delivery. In our session, we will first look at the fundamentals of online teaching. This will include the various options and settings 'online teaching' has to offer. We will then examine and clarify the expectations each option brings, and possible challenges teachers may face. Finally, we will explore sample tools and resources which can be used to create effective communicative – and even multisensory – activities for your students.

Oxford University Press
Asia Educational Services Consultant
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Ms. Mai Tran
Hoa Sen University
English teacher
Philippine Normal University
Associate Professor
 Bao Hoang
Trường Đại học Tây Nguyên/University of Waikato
Lecturer/PhD candidate
Korea University
Student
IIG Vietnam
Teacher
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Mr. Joon LeeI would like to say thank you to our VIC committee and event hosts for this great opportunity. I also want to say thank you to all of our attendants today for their questions, comments, and overall support. Have a wonderful day and enjoy the rest of the event! Please stay safe and healthy everyone!
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Mr. Joon LeeI believe our session will be wrapping up soon but I am still here to answer any last minute questions~
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Ms. Mai TranThank you Mr Joon Lee for your sharing.
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Mr. Joon Lee Hello Mai~ Thank you for your support!
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Ms. Vy TruongThank you Joon for your sharing. Very helpful!
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Ms. Vy TruongHere is the Learning at Home Hub where Teachers/ Parents/ and Students find tips/ lessons/ resouces for Online studying/teaching.
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Mr. Joon LeeOther materials, activities, and content I myself have used (non-course book related) have come from ELT websites that I have found when preparing for classes and seminars.
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Mr. Joon LeeHello Mr. Khanh Bui~ Thank you for your question. The ready made materials that I address in the recorded session are in reference to the course materials provided by the publisher that a teacher is using for his/her class. For instance, the title that I use as an example is from Oxford University Press. All of the titles from OUP have ready made materials provided for teacher access and use, both in a traditional and digital classroom setting.
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Mr. Khanh Bui Awesome. Thank you so much
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Ms. Vy TruongHello everyone, we are a team from Oxford University Press. Knowing that some teachers are now in need of teaching materials and supports of online teaching, we invite you to be a member of Oxford Teachers Club, to access our ready made resouces: https://elt.oup.com/teachersclub/?cc=vn
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Mr. Khanh BuiHi Joon, this is an interesting presentation.
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Mr. Joon Lee Thank you! I am proud to be given the opportunity to share.
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Ms. Aye MonQ.1 Most parents and guardians in our country think that online teaching can't give them quality education so we have to put a lot of effort in it.
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Mr. Joon Lee True, this idea seems to be a common thought during our current climate. Though parents may feel this way, I also believe that their own personal experience dealing with remote teaching is hindered by the technology supporting it. Not knowing how to use devices, learning platforms, or programs tend to be were hesitation sets in. I believe remote learning should be an approach that should be considered as an 'ALTERNATIVE LEARNING METHOD' not a replacement to Face to face classrooms. Remote setting is still new and will have issues; nothing is perfect. Traditional classrooms also have their own problems. But I think it is important that we are able to share the strengths and the benefits with them. As instructors we are tasked to be the testing ground for parents to believe and trust later on~
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Ms. Aye MonQ1. It is a big challenge for teachers and students as well
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Mr. Joon LeeHello Mrs. Linh Nguyen~ Thank you for joining us. Great question that you had asked. I believe it would be best to ask your questions in the 'Q
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Ms. Vy TruongHello Joon Lee, I have a question for you in Q
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Mrs. Linh NguyenI often find myself exhausted after an online teaching sesion because I think I talk too much. What are some interactive activities I can use to engage my students? Thank you
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Ms. Aye MonHi , I am Thet Mon from Myanmar
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Mr. Joon LeeHell Ms. Mai Tran!
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Mr. Joon LeeHello Jerrold Frank! Glad you could make it!
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