The 10th Korea TESOL International Conference (day 1 of 2)
Date: Saturday, October 5th, 2002 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:50 PM
Speaker: See KoTESOL's website for full details.
There has been a shift in theory, methodology, and classroom procedure in ELT classrooms during the past decade. The effects of this shift have been felt all over the world, especially in Asia, and in Korea in particular. Now is a good time to examine the changes that have occurred, to see what has (and has not) worked, and to determine the direction in which ELT should continue.
Therefore, for its tenth International Conference, the Korea TESOL Conference Committee invited presentation proposals in the following English Language Teaching (ELT) areas, dealing particularly with change and innovation, in an Asian context:
- Elementary Education.
- Secondary Education.
- Adult Education.
- Learning strategies and learning styles.
- Action research/classroom based research.
- Music, Art, and Literature in the EFL classroom.
- Video in the classroom.
- Cross cultural teaching methodologies and approaches.
- Global and environmental education.
- Trends in second language acquisition/applied linguistics.
- Testing and evaluation techniques.
- Alternative approaches and methodologies.
- Teaching techniques for mono-lingual classrooms.
- Course and curriculum development.
- Issues in language and literacy.
- Teaching in under-resourced environments.
- English for specific purposes (ESP).
- Computer Assisted (CALL) or Multimedia Assisted (MALL) Language Learning.
- Sociolinguistics in the classroom.
- Teacher training and development.
- On-going research.
- Other relevant areas of EFL and foreign language teaching.
Organization: Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (KOTESOL)
Cost: KOTESOL Members: 35,000 won (apx. 3,500 Japanese yen)
Non-members: 75,000 won for those in Korea, more for those outside.
Venue: Sookmyung Women's University in central Seoul, Korea
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