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JESIE Open Days


Open Days are special non-profit ESL events that JESIE provides to program schools, or as charitable events to less privileged schools. Each month revolves around a chosen theme, like "Food Glorious Food" "Comics and Movies" "Around the World" and western holidays.


All teachers are expected to participate in Open Days throughout each school term. Teachers should create a lesson plan and activities to show why English is fun, and are expected to show goodwill and flexibility in emergency situations (for example, a possible emergency scenario may include a teacher who unexpectedly got sick).


From the year of 2017, JESIE starts to offer a diverse selection of professional development workshops to Chinese English teachers working in public schools, all lead by experienced and well-trained foreign teachers. The workshop covers popular topics like scafforlding, lesson planning, teaching skills, games and PowerPoints designing.



Open Day Themes for Students


EasterFood, Glorious Food!

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Holloween Around the World

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ThanksgivingMovies and Comics

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ChristmasWestern Culture

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Workshop Themes for Teachers


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Primary School

 

  • Scaffolding Beginning Writers

Learn how to take your students' writing skills from novice to skilled as this workshop shows how to teach basic writing in English to young learners in clear, easy-to-develop steps.

 

  • The Secret of Remembering Words

Tired of teaching English vocabulary in the same old way? Not sure if students are learning new words effectively? This workshop will provide a variety of vocabulary-teaching strategies to build up your English language teaching toolbox!

 

  • How to Get Your Students to Speak 100% English

It can be difficult to get young learners to communicate in English when it is a strange and new language. This workshop shares strategies to improve students' communicative English and help them develop fluency, accuracy and confidence in their use of language.

 

  • PowerPoint Design: Taking it to the Next Level

Have to whip up a PowerPoint for class? Let us show you how to create top-quality PowerPoints for school presentations and classroom activities. As an added bonus, you can pass your new skills onto your students!

 

  • How to Write the Ultimate Lesson Plan

Teachers are expected to write hundreds of lesson plans throughout their careers, but there is always the danger of their becoming stale and dull. This workshop explains how to freshen up, liven up, and level up your lesson plans – bring on the "Ultimate Lesson Plan"!

 

  • Play to Learn: Games in a Language Classroom

Games can be both fun and educational! How to use games to teach and practice language in an English language classroom.


Middle School


  • Scaffolding Written Compositions

Not sure how to get your students to write more (and well) in English? Let us show you how students can go from simple 5-sentence paragraphs to longer compositions, and even simple essays. Excellent first steps for students who plan to someday take TOEFL or IELTS.

 

  • The Secret of Remembering Words

Tired of teaching English vocabulary in the same old way? Not sure if students are learning new words effectively? This workshop will provide a variety of vocabulary-teaching strategies to build up your English language teaching toolbox!

 

  • From Mediocre to Marvelous: Teaching Sentences

So, you have taught the different types of English language sentences pattern to your students, but where to go from there? How to reinforce your students' understanding of sentence structure and get them to actually use it independently.

 

  • "Sank You" VS "Thank You": Improving Pronunciation Learning

English is a crazy language – including its pronunciation! How to address pronunciation problems in English commonly encountered by Chinese students.

 

  • Play to Learn: Games in a Language Classroom

Games can be both fun and educational! How to use games to teach and practice language in an English language classroom.

 

  • Using Short Films in a Language Classroom

Live action or animated – how to use short films to trick your students into learning while having fun.  These strategies can be used in any language classroom regardless of language!


High School


  • Teaching Academic Writing

Time has flown by and now your students will soon be applying to universities at home and abroad. Help prepare them to impress examiners and professors with their excellent English composition skills.

 

  • Did You Hear What I Said?: Teaching Listening Skills

High school students are more likely to need good English language listening skills to meet real-life and academic situations. Learn how to boost your students' listening efficacy through this workshop.

 

  • PowerPoint Design: Taking it to the Next Level

Have to whip up a PowerPoint for class?  Let us show you how to create top-quality PowerPoints for school presentations and classroom activities. As an added bonus, you can pass your new skills onto your students!

 

  • Play to Learn: Games in a Language Classroom

Games can be both fun and educational! How to use games to teach and practice language in a high school English language classroom.

 

  • Using Debates in the Language Classroom

As English language teachers, how do you get students to actually speak English in the classroom? Debates, of course! Learn how to use debates to encourage your students to practice their oral English skills and improve their public speaking skills at the same time.

 

  • Preparing Students for IELTS and TOEFL and Beyond

Do you have students interested in studying abroad? This workshop discusses strategies to improve students' preparation for these important exams, and that will also help students with academic skills that they will need if they successfully go abroad to study.