21.4405, Confs: Applied Linguistics/Thailand

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Subject: 21.4405, Confs: Applied Linguistics/Thailand

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Date: 04-Nov-2010
From: Passapong Sripicharn [tonypassapong at gmail.com]
Subject: Thammasat ELT Conference

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Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2010 09:32:15
From: Passapong Sripicharn [tonypassapong at gmail.com]
Subject: Thammasat ELT Conference

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Thammasat ELT Conference 

Date: 10-Jun-2011 - 11-Jun-2011 
Location: Bangkok, Thailand 
Contact: Passapong Sripicharn 
Contact Email: tuconference2011 at gmail.com 
Meeting URL: http://www.tuenglish.org/ELTconference 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The seminar is aimed at encouraging ELT practitioners to explore a wide range of 'voices' in the ELT contexts and  to create and apply a multitude of teaching approaches, which will best suit their students and then share their unique experience with fellow professionals. Topic areas include: 
-Teaching Methodology
-Literacy in Second Language Education
-Learner Autonomy
-Language Acquisition/Psycholinguistics
-Material Development and Design
-Testing and Assessment
-Literature and Language Teaching
-Curriculum Planning
-Language Policy
-Teaching English to Young Learners
-English for Specific Purposes
-English for Academic Purposes
-Technology and Language Teaching/Corpora in ELT 
-Intercultural Communication
-English as a Global Language
-Translation Studies 

Plenary Speakers:

Jo-Ann (Jodi) Crandall  (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Vijay Bhatia (City University of Hong Kong)
Joseph Foley (Assumption University)

Program to be announced at www.tuenglish.org/ELTconference

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