Saturday 17 November 2012, 9.00AM
Speaker: Chris Copland, Huw Llewelyn-Jones
It will explore how to develop an idea into a film that can be exploited effectively in the classroom or in a self-access context. It will draw on the trainers’ experience of making such films for the Higher Education sector. They are joint authors of the recently published video-based course, Access UK.
Rather than attempt a full technical briefing, the workshop will help participants identify equipment appropriate to different purposes and skills they can draw on from technical colleagues in their own institutions. During the day, small groups will collaborate on conceiving and shooting a short film with the assistance of trainers.
Further details of this training day can be found on the CELT website.
Location: Centre for English Language Teaching, Vanbrugh College, The University of York
Admission: There is a charge of £125 to attend this event. Please note that we reserve the right to retain the fee of £125 if you do not notify us by Friday 9 November 2012 that you are unable to attend. Full details of our charging policy are available.