Welcome to the Centre for English, Translation, and Anglo-Portuguese Studies.
CETAPS is a research centre that brings together people from 11 Portuguese institutions of higher education, promoting research and activities with high national and international reach.
Evaluation Panel: ARTS AND HUMANITIES – Literary Studies
FCT 2013-2017 Evaluation (current): Overall Quality Grade: EXCELLENT
3 December 2021, 18.00 / 6.00pm WET
Roy Foster (Emeritus Professor of Irish History, University of Oxford; Professor of Irish history and Literature, Queen Mary University of London),
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Teaching English to Pre-Primary Children (DELTA Publishing, 2020), written by Sandie Mourão (CETAPS) with Gail Ellis has won the prestigious ELTons Award for Innovation in Teacher Resources.
One of the judges wrote: “At last, a serious discussion about the complexity of pre-primary and the need for highly skilled practitioners.”
Review: Teaching English to Pre-primary Children combines depth with accessibility and which makes it a real contribution to this field. [It] will be a goldmine for specialist language teachers who have not studied childhood development providing step-by-step guidance on how to develop the knowledge and skills needed to teach the whole child through English. [For] experts in childhood development without specialist language training, the book also fills an essential gap, providing accessible introductions to language acquisition theories and clear guidelines for introducing meaningful and age-appropriate language learning activities into their practice. (Julie Waddington, in ETp, 30, p 34-35)
The ELTons (English Language Teaching Innovation Awards) are international awards given annually by the British Council. They recognise and celebrate innovation in the field of English Language Teaching and reward educational resources that help English language learners and teachers to achieve their goals using innovative content, methods or media. The awards also recognise the organisations, teams and individuals whose original approaches are helping to shape the future of English language teaching and learning.