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Magda Dygala is a teacher of English philology at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland, and she also teaches students of English at the ZSO 7 Secondary School. She has used the ETpedia series in her teaching since 2014.
Below we have collected examples of some of the different ways she has used the ETpedia series in her classroom.
Magdalena Dygała's students at UTH have recently been making videos with an ELT theme - writing their scripts, acting, filming and editing the videos from start to finish. You can check out their educational and fun videos 'Classroom management' and 'To teach vocabulary or not to teach' below.
A very big thank you to Magda and all the students who contributed for giving us permission to share their inspiring work.
To teach vocabulary or not to teach
Magdalena Dygała teaches students of English philology at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland, and students of English at the ZSO 7 Secondary School. She recommends poster making as an activity because it gets students working together and having fun – she notes that the learning is almost subconscious.
She shared these fantastic images of the work her students produced. You can read more about Magdalena’s approach to teaching in our blog.
“It saves hours of planning time and opens opportunities for variation, adaptation and even creating my own materials inspired by the ideas it offers.”