Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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Friday, August 20, 2010
Idiomas Católica invites English teachers to the V Teaching Development Conference: "Digital Immigrant Meets Digital Citizen". Our author and international speaker Mario Herrera will present the talk "What our Students Really Need". Visit our book fair, you can win interesting prizes! You can register online at www.idiomas.pucp.edu.pe/es/vtdc/info
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Friday, August 6, 2010
> The organising committee of the National ELT Conference is proud to invite you to the follow-up session to the 13th National ELT Conference - Challenges for the ELT Syllabus: Developing Competencies for the 21st Century. This session will feature three keynote speakers, including Adrian Doff, researcher, consultant and trainer with a wide experience of working with teachers in Finland, Yugoslavia, Lebanon, Egypt, Germany and the UK. Mr Doff's presentation -sponsored by Cambridge University
> Press- will address the issue of intercultural awareness in the EFL Classroom.
> All presenters will offer the audience the opportunity to expand on some of the topics discussed during the last National ELT conference.
> The Follow-up session will be held at Universidad de la Salle, Sede Chapinero, Edificio
> Fundadores F-200, Bogotá, on September 2nd.
> > Programme
> 2:00 - Registration (see note below)
> 3:00 - Sessions start
> 6:00 - Coffee & Certificates
Registration to this event is free. We encourage attendees to pre-register on line
as there are only 200 places available; certificates will only be issued to pre-registered
> Paid parking spaces are available at the university.
> British Council Colombia
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Here are my impressions on the ELT_PERU NETWORKS CONFERENCE in Lima on the 2nd and 3rd of July. I really enjoyed it: it was carefully planned and organized, the topics were both interesting and relevant, and the speakers were first-class.
On Friday I enjoyed listening to Andrew Sheehan in “Training the Trainers”. I had already attended another (longer) event on the same topic two years ago, and this was an appropriate complement to it. Andrew always has interesting information to share with ELT teachers, and his vision on the changing world of ELT, which he gave us both Friday and Saturday was certainly enlightening. It will influence my approach to teaching, the materials I will use, and even the materials I’ll purchase in the future.
On Saturday, I enjoyed every speech I attended. Maria Esther Linares talked about and presented to us her experiences in the mentoring program she organized at her school, and it gave me useful ideas to share with the staff in charge of the mentoring program at the institution I work for. Leo Marín gave us great tips about how to deal with adolescents in class. Carol Milk de Reyes had interesting insights about English as a global language. In fact, after I listened to her talk, I had the opportunity to read more about the topic. Norma Bustamante's description of how ELT has changed in Peru gave me an idea of how much we have progressed in the field since my arrival in Peru , and made me reflect on how I have changed and improved my way of teaching during all these years. I also appreciated Graeme Hodgson’s information about the services provided by the British Council.
The ELT_PERU NETWORKS CONFERENCE gave me food for thought, updated my information on the field, even made me feel proud to see how far we, English teachers, have come along in this fast-changing field. We always manage to be aware of the latest developments and try them out.
María G. de Casós
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
“NUEVOS ENFOQUES Y ESTRATEGIAS EN LA ENSEÑANZA DE LA LENGUA INGLESA”
A realizarse los dias viernes 6, sábado 7 y domingo 8 en nuestras instalaciones de la EUDED, en la Av. Salaverry Nº 2950
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Horario : Viernes 18.00 - 21.00 hrs
Sabado 09.00 - 20.00 hrs Domingo: 10.00-15.00hrs
Escuela Universitaria de Educación a Distancia
Av. Salaverry Nº 2950 - 2960 San Isidro - Lima - Perú Teléfono 4600585