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The Last Lecture (well, workshop)

ER Program Design and Implementation

Extensive Reading World Congress, Toyo Gakuen, Tokyo
Friday August 4th, 15:30-18:00

At the beginning of next month I’ll be doing a pre-conference workshop at the Extensive Reading World Congress in Tokyo. This will be my last presentation on education.

The title is the same as the book I have been thinking about writing for the last few years. The content too. In a way, it’s the summary of the last ten years of my work as a teacher. I hope it comes together the way I would like it to. If it does it should be a pretty comprehensive introduction to all aspects of designing and running an extensive reading program at the institutional level.

It’s a workshop, so we’ll be doing work. I’m going to use the PDR (preparation, discussion, reaction) framework to structure the group discussions and will cover the following areas:

  1. Designing a Program
  2. Selling a Program
  3. Setting up a Program
  4. Running a Program
  5. Leaving a Program

If you come to the conference I hope you will consider spending a couple of hours with us on Friday. I can almost guarantee you will find it useful.

If you have any questions before the event feel free to post them in the comments below.

6 replies on “The Last Lecture (well, workshop)”

Ben, Looking forward to seeing you at your Friday workshop! Didn’t know you were writing a book. Now I’m envious.
Glenski

We could always co-write. You with the perspective on no Moodle quizzes, me with the perspective of using them. Just a thought.

Hello Ben.
I attended to your class on that day. It really inspires me that I want to try PDR in my class. Can you tell me how can I get the copy of ERTU and PDR books? Since I didn’t get any of them on last Friday. T_T
Looking forward to hearing the info from you.
Thank you.

Istiqomah Nur Rahmawati
Indonesia

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