CLESOL 2020 will first and foremost be a celebration for the many professionals connected through the common purpose of language learning and teaching, and promoting social inclusion for language learners in our diverse New Zealand society. The aim of this conference is to draw attention to the ongoing need to […]
The call for presentations will be sent out in early April. The deadline for submissions will be 4 May.
TESOL 2020 International Convention, 31 March to 3 April 2020 in Denver, Colorado, USA. The TESOL Convention offers professional development opportunities to English language educators at all levels from around the world. With more than 6,000 attendees and 1,000 sessions, the convention has something for everyone. It’s been over 10 […]
From the School of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Victoria University of Wellington Learning of pragmatic formulaic sequences through multimodal input: The role of genre and highlighting Seminar presented by Natasha Moskvina PhD student, University of Barcelona Can you learn pragmatic formulas by watching subtitled videos? What are the best conditions […]
CANTESOL (Canterbury) Public Meeting: Tech Tools Unpacked The presentations at this public meeting will introduce technological learning tools that can be used to enhance learning in the classroom at the early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary levels. When: Thursday, March 19th, 2020, 4.30 –6.00 pm Where: Ara Institute of Canterbury, […]
From the School of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Victoria University of Wellington Children’s productive use of academic vocabulary Seminar presented by Professor Richard Anderson Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois Can children acquire academic vocabulary words from participating in classroom discussion? If they can, how does the process work? A study […]