convention 2015: TESOL-SPAIN 38th Annual National Convention 6-8 March, 2015 - Universidad de Salamanca, Facultad de Filología New February 2015 Online Pre-registration Deadline now extended to February 25th. More Congratulations to the First Time Speaker Grant winner Inés Suárez Navarro. There are 4 more grants still available. Deadline extended till February 24th. More Updated Provisional 2015 timetable February 10th. More The free newspaper in Salamanca DGratis published a note on the convention (go to page 4). There will be another similar article on their next issue (Feb. 20) Find out more about the speakers: Read their questionnaires or watch their videos. More Travelling by bus? You can get a 20% discount with the bus company Avanza. More information coming soon. New January 2015 Online Pre-registration Deadline February 20th. More Homologación: Official recognition has now been granted for the 38th Annual Convention in Salamanca. More Tips on where to stay, what to do and how to get there. More Travelling by train? Get a 30% Renfe discount. More Convention Dinner Saturday 7th March €27 Menu Vegetarian Menu Speakers: Friday March 6th (17.30-18.30) Opening plenary: Kathleen Graves: Creativity in the Language Curriculum sponsored by TESOL-SPAIN Sunday March 8th (16.15-17.15) Closing plenary: Luke Prodromou: Inspirational Voices in the Classroom: Becoming a Better Teacher sponsored by Global ELT Saturday March 7th (12.15-13.15) 3 semi-plenaries: Adrian Doff Cambridge: The Teacher as Listener: informal assessment in the classroom Ceri Jones Cambridge University Press: Teaching Teens: tricks of the trade Keiran Donaghy UAB Idiomes: Moving Words Other Keynotes include: Adrian Doff, Andrea Littlewood, Mark Hancock, Ceri Jones, Luke Promodrou, Fiona Mauchline, Hugh Dellar, Chris Roland, Kieran Donaghy Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Digg this! Share this on Reddit Share this on del.icio.us Add this to Google Bookmarks Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon ..
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