The English teacher as a critical agent of change


Friday, November 5, 2021


04:00 PM America/Sao Paulo

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Critical thinking is a vital competence in the design of any course. When it comes to teaching English as a foreign language, this skill seems to find a very fertile ground for its development. In this webinar, we are going to reflect upon the role of English teachers to foster learners' ability to interact with the world in a more critical manner, considering how we can contribute to a better society through our classes.


Vinicius Nobre

Vinicius Nobre is the Director of Education at CNA. He is a course book writer, a CELTA tutor and assessor, a tutor for the MA at the University of Chichester, a professor in post graduation courses and has co-authored three reference books on ELT methodologies. Vinnie is also past president of BRAZ-TESOL and a member of the advisory council for New Routes.