BELTA Day '19: Meet the Speakers: Tetiana Shyian

BELTA Day '19: Meet the Speakers: Tetiana Shyian

Let's sing!

Tetiana Shyian
Associate Professor


Room: TBA

Length: 45 minutes

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Educational benefits of using songs in the EFL classroom have long been in the center of researchers’ and teachers’ attention. It seems obvious that songs are good motivational tools, they are fun and relaxing, they provide a class with variety and a break from textbooks. Songs in the classroom are a source of authentic language, and music in songs is a powerful stimulus for students’ engagement. Teachers may use songs to present a topic, a new vocabulary or a grammar unit.


Tetiana Shyian is an English language teacher with 16 years of professional experience. She has been teaching ESP and Business English to University students in Ukraine. She is a TESOL Ukraine presenter (2016), an Access Microscholarship Program teacher, and an E-Teacher Program alumni. The main areas of her research interest are cross-cultural communication, blended learning, and academic integrity.

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