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Saturday, 8 April 2017
In this presentation, Brian Tomlinson presents the case for listening both to what language learners have to say about the materials they would like to use and to what they have to say about themselves, about their ideas, their views and about their world. he also refers to successful examples of listening to learners and suggest other ways of listening
Thursday, 6 April 2017
2017 IATEFL Online Session details: We talk a lot about technology in ELT but the gap between what we do, and could do, is becoming a chasm. A panel of technology experts, bringing experiences from outside the ELT world, will discuss trends such as machine translation, artificial intelligence, chatbots and future workplaces. Their perspectives will challenge our current thinking, and help us consider future possibilities.
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Scott takes us through how language practice activities and ELT terminology have changed over the past two decades as he releases new editions of About language- tasks for teachers of Englishand An A – Z of ELT…
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Wednesday, 5 April 2017
David Nunan talks about the issues involved in how to decide at which age to start learning a second language. He also talks about blended learning and how technology can help younger students to become more autonomous learners.
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Lindsay Clandfield and Jill Hadfield talk about different kinds of online interaction and techniques that encourage learners to interact with each other in line courses
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Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Jeremy Harmer talks about teaching and coursebooks in the future. He reflects on how English language teachers need to look ahead, challenge assumptions around teaching and prepare for disruptions to teaching as we know it.
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Monday, 3 April 2017
2017 IATEFL Online presenters Nick, Kirsteen and Roohi take a look at some of the conference themes this year, such as professional development, language for resilience, creativity, psychology and social issues in ELT.
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