Professional Activities

P U B L I C A T I O N S

Academic Articles
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2019). Dialogical Feedback as a Tool for Diminishing Students’ Anxiety and Acting on Their Needs. In Brereton, P., Lesley, J., Schaefer, M.Y., Young, D. (Eds.), New Directions in Teaching and Learning English Discussion, 7 (pp. 110-119). Tokyo: DTP Publishers. [access]
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2018). From Zero to the Teacher’s Hero. In Brereton, P., Lesley, J., Schaefer, M.Y., Young, D. (Eds.), New Directions in Teaching and Learning English Discussion, 6 (pp. 13-18). Tokyo: DTP Publishers. [access]

Blog posts
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2019). Tips for Teaching Japanese Teenagers and Young Adults, ALT Training Online Blog [access]
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2018). What Depression Taught Me, Schoolwell [access]
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2018). Communicative Language Teaching, ALT Training Online Blog [access]
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2017). Per aspera ad astra, TEFL Equity Advocates [access]

Magazine Articles
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2021). Teaching Connected Speech, English Teaching Professional, 133 (pp. 12-13) [access]
Gordyshevskaya, P. (2018). Teaching in Low-resource Classrooms – Voices of Experience, EFL Magazine [access]

C O N F E R E N C E S

Online workshop: Foreign language & pronunciation anxiety: Effective ways to lower the temperature. IATEFL PronSIG Online Conference, 2nd October 2021. [recording] [slides]
Online workshop: Teaching pronunciation digitally. NATE XXVI Conference, 3rd June 2021.
Online workshop: Playing board games in an online classroom. JALT 46th Annual International Conference, 21st November 2020. [recording] [slides]
Presentation: Teaching pronunciation in Japan: Practical tips that work. Tokyo JALT Showcase, 13th December 2019.
Workshop: Dialogical feedback: Acting on students’ needs. JALT 45th Annual International Conference, 3rd November 2019. [slides] [handout]
Webinar: Bring your classroom forward: Using Flipgrid on EPAM courses. Teachers’ Forum, 5th September 2019. (with Julia Galichanina)
Plenary speech: “I can’t express myself in English, and I hate myself! What should I do?”. ExcitELT Conference, 12th May 2019. [transcript]
Poster presentation: They can do it: Self-reflective feedback and individual goal setting. JALT 44th Annual International Conference, 24th November 2018. [access]
Poster presentation: 3-2-1 Fluency: Get ready for speaking! JALT PanSIG Conference, Toyo Gakuen University, 20th May 2018. [access]
Hangout session: Per aspera ad astra: Getting a job as a NNEST. ExcitELT Conference, 6th May 2018. [slides]
Demo lesson: Integrating discussions into a reading lesson. ExcitELT Conference, 6th May 2018. [access]

S T A N D – A L O N E   W O R K S H O P S   &   W E B I N A R S

2021 — Webinar The essentials of teaching pronunciation. The TEFL Development Hub [recording] [slides]
2021 — Online workshop Foreign language anxiety—What is it and what to do with it? The ELT Workshop – Talking Shop [recording 1] [recording 2] [slides]
2019 — Webinar Teaching Pronunciation in APAC, EPAM Systems

M I S C E L L A N E O U S

2021 — Fireside Chat: Tips for freelance teachers (with Cecilia Nobre, José Luis and Fernanda da Luz) [recording]
2021 — one of the 6 best EFL blogs all teachers should check out according to Bridge.edu
2021 — Trainer Conversation with Lina Gordyshevskaya by Zhenya Polosatova
2019-2020 — developing my own syllabus for a stand-alone pronunciation course that covers both segmentals and suprasegmentals as well as incorporates some decoding practice
2018 — CELTA Input Session Forewarned Is Forearmed: Native Speakerism in ELT, Lt-Pro, St Petersburg, Russia [slides]
2017 — Invited Lecturer for English Presentation Workshop, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan [report]
2017 — CELTA Demonstration Lessons, Lt-Pro, St Petersburg, Russia [access 1 & 2]