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David Farmer: Plenary and Drama Workshop

While David Farmer is one of the best known practitioners and resource developers in the field of using drama in teaching English, he isn’t well known in Slovakia. 329 more words

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Zuzana Straková: Plenary and YLs Workshop

Every time we put on a conference, we get the question: “Will  Zuzana Straková be there?” If we answer “No”, the response is often “Oh. Then maybe I won’t come.” But this year we can say, “YES!” So come! 344 more words

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Keynote: Lynda Steyne

KEYNOTE: MIND THE GAP, FRIDAY 1.30-2.30

Learning anything is all about bridging the gaps between what we know and what we don’t. In our classrooms, we’re fairly sure of the linguistic gaps in our students’ knowledge and skills, and we take steps to bridge those gaps. 201 more words

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Silent conversation - Fake text messages

If you have ever tried to conduct a ‘Silent conversation’ activity in lessons, you may have found them a useful way for students to communicate their ideas, ask questions about a starter image, discuss an issue and peer assess each others work. 155 more words

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Introducing Our Plenary Speakers

We are pleased to introduce this year’s plenary speakers!

Zuzana Straková

Zuzka is a TEFL specialist and has been teaching and working with pre-service trainees, trainers and in-service teachers since 1991. 403 more words

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TeachMeet on Plenaries

By Matt Smith

Here is a brief summary from our recent TeachMeet on Plenaries. 231 more words

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