Very smart, very active and very young - Learners in the pre-primary classroom


Friday, May 20, 2022


04:00 PM America/Sao Paulo

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The pre-primary-level classroom is a world apart. A world of stories, chants, songs and play, where life competencies and learning skills can and should be introduced.  From early literacy work to learning to learn activities, the importance of guided play is pivotal, both in the development of creativity and early communication skills.  During this session, the importance of building the foundations for independence will be highlighted through a variety of sample activities, in order to stimulate these very young learners’ imagination and boost their motivation!


Tereza Sekiya

Tereza Sekiya has a BA in Languages and Literature from the University of São Paulo (USP). With solid experience in school coordination and teacher training, she worked for major publishing companies in the ELT area, presenting workshops and trainings all over Brazil. Tereza is also the author of 8 readers from the series “Readers for Teens” -- published by Cambridge University Press, where she is currently working as ELT Academic Consultant.