Thank you to the Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF) for supporting the project and thank you to excellent teachers Khatuna Kumelashvili and Manana Gagnidze for their professionalism and dedication. ETAG wishes peace and prosperity to Ukraine and its heroic people.
The second round of the OSGF – ETAG joint project: English for Better Job Opportunities- has taken the start. Over 100 young people from 4 regions of Georgia will, for the coming 6 months, be having intensive English classes with such experienced trainers as Manana Rusieshvili, Keti Kalandadze and Nino Rukhadze. The project is carried […]
The project contributes to the establishment of stable and prosperous communities through improving English language competences and developing debating skills of vulnerable young people in the communities living in the borderline regions of Georgia, thus improving their career pathways and employability potential. Participating teachers will have the opportunity to get the free TKT preparation course […]
ETAG has won a tender announced by OSGF under the title: English for Better Job Opportunities. Over 300 young people from different regions of Georgia will acquire English language speaking skills, which will help them in their career development in different fields. The project starts on 1 July, 2021. It is carried out under the […]
Taking into consideration the specific situation caused by Covid-19 , ETAG initiated a series of free webinars for its members. 11 teacher development webinars were held in the period of January-June, 2021. The invited speakers were from different countries of the world, including USA, UK, Malta, etc. Certification of Attendance were issued to those who […]
FREE ETAG WEBINAR N11 was held by Neli Kukhaleishvili, ETAG Batumi Head, ETAG teacher trainer Nino Kvantaliani, ETAG teacher trainer, Nino Kukhaleishvili, ETAG member, Nana Msakhuradze, ETAG teacher trainer on June 12, Saturday, at 6pm. Presentation topic: Adding Your Own Touch to Textbook Materials Via Music . The ideas for the activities were taken from […]
FREE ETAG WEBINAR N10 was held by Matt Done, a director of studies and teacher trainer based in Malta on May 29, Saturday, at 6pm. Presentation topic: The grammar of conversation. The grammar we use in spoken conversation is often quite distinct from that found in written English. In this session Matt Done introduced some […]
FREE ETAG WEBINAR N9 was held on May15, Saturday, at 6pm. Presenter: Rusudan Tkemaladze, PHD. Head of the Foreign Languages Group at NAEC. Co-founder of ETAG Presentation topic: What you need to know about the National Test in English Webinar was attended by 79 teachers from all over Georgia.
FREE ETAG WEBINAR N8 was held on April 17, Saturday, at 6pm. Presenter: Andre “Dre” Boyer, EdD, Defense Language Institute English Language Center (DLIELC) Presentation topic: Content and Language Integrated Learning: Encouraging Output The purpose of this session was to provide attendees with a working knowledge of encouraging output using the CLIL framework. During this […]
FREE ETAG WEBINAR N7 Presenter: Mary Baldridge, Ed. D. U.S. Department of State English Language Specialist Presentation topic: Brain-based Student Engagement Activities for online and in-person Learning. The webinar was attended by 78 teachers from all over Georgia.