5 April 2008

1st Ted ELT Conference on 24th of May 2008

Turkish Education AssociatioTurkish Association cordially invites you to the 1st ELT Conference: Learning Horizons and Teaching Summits on May 24 2008.


Please visit the following address for registration
http://elt.ted.org.tr/


CONFERENCE PROGRAM
08.00-09.30 Registration and workshop ticket collection
08.30-09.45 Sevinç ATABAY
Turkish Education Association General Director
Opening speech
09.45-10.45 Gordon LEWIS
Critical and Creative Thinking for Secondary Students
10.45-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00 - 12.00 Paul DAVIS
Lexical chunks and spoken grammar - lessons from corpus linguistics
12.00-13.30 LUNCH
13.30-14.30 Johanna STERLING
Messages and Developing Writing Skills
14.30-14.45 BREAK
14.45-15.45 Joseph MALLOY
Crossing the Curriculum
Paul DAVIS
Dogme : towards a teaching style that meets the need of the students
Guy ELDERS
Why do we do what we do?
Patrick SHORTT
Integrating Skills, Integrating Learning Styles
Tom GODFREY
What if Hakan Sükür was an English teacher: How effective is ELT teacher training?
Angela KONSTANCE
An ounce of motivation is worth a ton of pedagogy: tipping the balance in favor of learning
Eve CHAMBERS
Assessment of Speaking and Listening in the Communicative Classroom
Michael WITBECK
An Approach to English Language Learning Through Lterature
Raymond KERR
Taking CLIL to new dimensions
Wendy KASAP
What does critical thinking mean to you?
15.45-16.15 COFFEE BREAK
16.15-17.15 Michael RUNDELL
Helping Learners Become Confident Writers
17.15-17.30 RAFFLE
17.30-18.30 COCKTAIL

2 comments:

Erkin said...

Katılmak çok istedim,özellikle Raymond Kerr'i dinlemek çok isterdim ama iş yoğunluğumdan vakit ayıramadım. Umut ediyorum bir 2nci TED Elt de bulunabilirim.

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