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Your Name: Janet Bianchini

Work Title: Teacher / Teacher Trainer

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Italy

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): EFL teachers, practising teachers

Short Session Description: The effective use of images can play a big role in shaping our lessons and creating motivating activities for our learners.


Full Session Description: This practical session will share how I exploit some of my own images to create visually engaging materials for my students. I will be highlighting a few of my favourite image-editing tools and demonstrating how I  use them in order to create fun activities both within the classroom and in an online environment.


Websites / URLs Associated with Your SessionMy blog and other sites to be advised at time of presentation. I have created a wiki page especially for my RSCON4 session.

Day and Time of Session: Sunday October 13th at 4pm (ROME) time.  I look forward to seeing you then!

Thanks so much to everyone who attended my session. It was wonderful to see you all and thanks for your support and kind words.

Below is my favourite slide. It shows an example of students' writing, inspired by an image of an eye, I took recently. I have used fodey newspaper snippet for the effect.

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This looks very interesting - visual intelligence is, in general, pretty low in schools - both on the part of teachers and students.

Hi Sam

Thanks for your comment here. I love using visuals whenever possible. I find students generally react well to them, as they promote creative thinking.




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