RSSWorkshop

New Methods and Techniques in Teaching Business English

New Methods and Techniques in Teaching Business English

| July 15, 2016

Professor Nick Mithelmore     Description The main objective in teaching Business English is to provide workplace language trainers with a practical approach to the teaching of language for business related purposes.  ESP professionals must learn the relevant background information about business learners, the world they work in and the language they use. Quality customized […]

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Constructing, marketing and delivery of On-Line learning programs

Constructing, marketing and delivery of On-Line learning programs

| July 15, 2016

Professor Beata Webb   Abstract The aim of this workshop is to explore effective and challenging aspects and practices of online teaching. The session will demonstrate favourite online strategies for assisting both direct instruction and promoting student engagement in an online environment. It will also examine the challenges faced by online education designers and instructors. […]

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Using Tasks in Language Teaching

Using Tasks in Language Teaching

| July 15, 2016

Professor Rod Ellis University of Auckland New Zealand Description In the first part of this workshop, we will define what a task is and see how tasks differ from exercises.  In the second part, I provide a classification of tasks with examples to illustrate different task characteristics and also suggest which types of tasks are […]

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Get Published!

Get Published!

| July 15, 2016

Professor John Adamson Chief Editor – Asian EFL Journal Managing Editor – English Language Education (ELE) Description In conjunction with John Adamson’s talk on CLIL, a workshop on “How to Get Published in Journals” will also be facilitated.  Learn the Do’s and Don’ts and the techniques in constructing a research paper worthy of publication in […]

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Listening as Multi-Tasking: Visualizing the invisible processes in listening

Listening as Multi-Tasking: Visualizing the invisible processes in listening

| May 30, 2016

Professor. Z.N. Patil   Abstract: When we listen to people around us, several processes take place in our mind simultaneously. As we know, the first process is the hearing process. The speaker’s words, phrases, clauses, and utterances fall onto the listener’s ears. This, as we know, happens almost automatically and effortlessly. As soon as words […]

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