Program

You can find the tentative (but probable) conference schedule here:

http://tinyurl.com/qfst4rg

Friday Time Event & Speaker
12.30-13.45 Registration
14.00-14.15 Opening (Moyzes Hall)
14.30-15.30 Opening Plenary (Moyzes Hall) Peter Medgyes Always look on the bright side – Being a non-native teacher
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room 127 104 103 Moyzes Hall 8 – Computer Lab
15.45-16.30 T/A 1 CPD Drama YL: 15.45-17.15* Teens/Adults IT
Workshop A Angelos Bollas George M. Chinnery & Gergo Santha Martin Jelinek Barb Sakamoto Eddy Moran
Greece RELO Slovakia iTDi, Japan UK
An image is worth… All language skills and systems What’s in it for me? A complete guide to RELO for teachers Whatever you say, say it right Creative teaching for 21st century learners Mashups: Combining Web 2.0 technologies to produce interactive language learning actvities
C1-C2 CPD B1-C1 A1-B1 all
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room 127 104 103 Moyzes Hall 8 – Computer Lab
16.45-17.30 T/A 1 BE Drama Teens/Adults IT
Workshop B Elena Kovacikova Candy Fresacher Jasmina Milicevic Eddy Moran
UKF – Slovakia Austria Serbia UK
Different learners in your English class Finding your students’ strengths: The job interview Dare to be different Using an Online Comic Generator
A1-A2 B2 A1-A2 all
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room 20 104 103 127
17.45-18.30 T/A 1 T/A 2 Drama YL
Workshop C Mike Harrison Frank Prescott Sharka Dohnalova Eva Balážová
UK IATEFL Hungary MU – CZ Slovakia
What has Swiss cheese got to do with language teaching? Using fieldwork for language learning Multisensory drama for teaching literature and history Scaffolding for speaking in CLIL
B2-C2 B2 B1 A1-A2
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19.00-20.00 Evening Plenary (Moyzes Hall) David Fisher We can all use theatre as a tool for teaching
20.00 until… Welcome Drink Raffle 1
Saturday Time Event & Speaker
09.00-10.00 Plenary Barb Sakamoto Moving beyond 21st century skills
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room Moyzes Hall 20 103 104
10.30-11.15 T/A 1: 10.30-12.00* T/A2 Drama YL
Workshop D Peter Medgyes Daniela Clarke Tomas Andrášik Sylvie Doláková
SOL, Hungary Macmillan SK CZ CZ
Humour in the ELT classroom Warmers and coolers for young adults/adults Impro(wise) to improve English from the very first word
A2-C2 B1-C1 B2 A1
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room Moyzes Hall 20 103 104
11.30-12.15 T/A 2 Drama YL
Workshop E Mike Harrison Dragana Andrić Dana Hanesová
UK Serbia UMB – Slovakia
Sound activities for the classroom Liven up your lessons with drama What shall I do when …
B1-C2 A1-A2 A1-A2
12.15-12.45 AGM Raffle 2: members only
12.45-13.45 Lunch
room 20 103 Moyzes Hall 104
13.45-14.30 T/A 1 YL Drama: 13.45-15.15* YL
Workshop F Louel Ross Calleja Daniela Clarke David Fisher Jana Chocolata
CZ Macmillan SK The Bear Theatre, CZ MU – CZ
Language correctness: Black and white? Or shades of grey? Chalk and Cheese: Teaching mixed ability primary classes Having fun while teaching – should we do it? Primary CLIL: English naturally
all all bilingual primary
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room 20 103 Moyzes Hall 104
14.45-15.30 YL/Teens YL YL
Workshop G Sue Barfield Júlia Stehliková Barbi Bujtas
USA Slovakia Hungary
Integrating Roma culture into English language learning through ‘Children of the Sun’ Pair work for young learners? Why and how? Let some Minecraft in!
A2-B1 A1 A1-A2
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room Moyzes Hall 20 103 104
15.45-16.30 T/A 1 YL Drama YL
Workshop H Mark Andrews Eva Reid Mona Arvinte Anica Đokić
SOL UFK – Nitra Romania ELTA Serbia
What’s in a name? The power of vocabulary choice Culture in English lessons Knowing me, knowing you…let’s act together and be true! Let’s celebrate!
B1-C2 A1 B1 A1-A2
16.45-17.15 Raffle 3 & Closing (Moyzes Hall)
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