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This post is related to a question I posted on Facebook on 3rd January, 2017. Nothing like starting the year with a wallop. Skip it if you don't want your coffee to go cold. My original question was “Was having a ponder earlier and - not trying to push any buttons, just thinking on screen -…
This event is being organised by the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG, Laureate International Universities and Cambridge University Press. It is part of the launch of the Laureate-Cambridge OLLReN, the Online Language Learning Research Network.
NILE Director Thom Kiddle will be IATEFL TEASIG's guest speaker on their webinar entitled Text difficulty and item development: practical considerations for teachers who test...The webinar takes place 6 May 2015 at 5pm (UK local time) / 6pm CET and is open to anyone who is interested.
In this webinar, Richard will discuss the benefits of getting students to do digital projects as a way to build 21st century skills and global awareness. He will also give some practical ideas and tips for doing digital projects with your class, using examples from Eyes Open and Uncover.
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Looks interesting. Tuesday 24 January 2017 at 15:00. (Registration is required)
9. April 2016, 11:00 - Communicating in the global village - cross-cultural communication
In the final part of our series, trainer Chia Suan Chong will take a closer look at how we can help learners become better communicators in a world where English is used internationally. Using exercises, role-plays and critical-thinking activities from the Global English pages of the new Business English coursebooks Simply Business B1 and B1+, Chia will explore some of the issues encountered when communicating across different cultures and consider how we can help our learners in the classroom.
Chia Suan Chong is a General English and Business English trainer, intercultural skills trainer and materials developer based in York, UK. She is currently advising on the Global English pages of Cornelsen’s Simply Business course book series.
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