Plenary 1 Jane
Willis – ‘Continuous tenses and continuing learning: a broader view of grammar,
learning processes and teaching strategies.
Daniel Monahan- ‘Bridging
the technophile/technophobe gap in teacher development’
Victoria Mann- ‘How
can HE tutors help international students to develop diverse academic literacy
Stephanie Aldred- ‘I
know a good lesson when I see one’
Taylore-Knowles- ‘Skill and sub skill: making skills teachable and transferable’
(sponsored by Macmillan)
Plenary 2- Chris
Lima- ‘The importance of reading literature in English language teacher
Mike Harrison- ‘Frames
for teaching, thinking and reflecting’
Sara Telfer and
Daniela Bacova- ‘’Developing ESOL teachers’ use of story-telling as a pedagogic
tool – sharing ideas to develop professional practice’
storytelling_builders.pptx storytelling_holiday.pptx storytelling_shopping.pptx
Bev Davies and Katy
Finch- ‘Taking a risk with technology: developing ourselves as ESOL teachers
through project work in community settings’
Ya Chu Lee- ‘Can a mindfulness-based
reflective framework promote a more self-aware English language teacher?’
Annual General Meeting, panel discussion
Refreshments and buffet lunch included in the entry price.
Saturday, 20th June 2015
Salford City College
Worsley, Greater Manchester,M28 7QD
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