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Apr
13
Sab
TESOL Symposium on World Englishes @ Valamar Diamant Hotel
Apr 13 giorno intero

A TESOL Symposium in Poreč, Croatia

The TESOL Symposium on World Englishes is a unique event in Croatia and the region that will bring together international leading experts on World Englishes to discuss the influence of English variants on standard Englishes and its implications on teaching English as a foreign language. The event will be an introduction into the 27th HUPE (Croatian Association of Teachers of English) conference, providing professional development opportunities for everyone in the English language teaching (ELT) world.

Mag
11
Sab
Fourth Symposium on CLIL in the Val d’Adige – Etschtal – Impementation and Challlanges @ MART
Mag 11@09:00–13:00

Fourth Symposium on CLIL in the Val d’Adige – Etschtal –

Impementation and Challlanges

Plenary Speaker Maria Ellison

(Assistant Professor of didactics, University of Porto) CLIL: Implementation and Challenges across Educational Levels

The plenary will be followed by interactive workshops and talks aimed at primary, secondary and higher level.

Hosted by:

Contemporary and Modern Art Museum of Trento and Rovereto

in collaboration with Trento University

For information and pre-registration,

please register  no later than Friday 3rd May

LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090449AFAE22A0F94-cli

CLIL IV Flyer 1

Nov
29
Ven
Teaching English as a third language @ Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Nov 29@13:30–18:00

Teaching English as a third language

with a keynote address by Prof. Ulrike Jessner (Innsbruck University)

The symposium aims to shine fresh light on aspects related to teaching English as a third language. The symposium features a keynote speech and a series of talks on issues pertinent to third language acquisition and teaching English as an L3. Holistic perspectives on additional language learning and teaching are presented and discussed in light of new research.

The focus is on integrated multilingual approaches to language(s) learning and teaching. Key notions such as meta- and crosslinguistic awareness and multilingual competences are examined with a view to instructional practices in the classroom, and directions for future developments are provided.
Steering Committee: Andrew Wimhurst, Graham Burton, Barbara Hofer and Birgit Spechtenhauser

please register for the event no later than Friday 22nd November by clicking on the sign up link.

Flyer Teaching English as a Third Language.docx

Teaching English as a Third Language Abstracts