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The journal investigates children's literature as an art form, and as a framework with which to connect L2 literature teaching across the school years. The scope covers the affordances of children's literature for L2 acquisition with pre-school infants through to young adults.
'The Mystery and Magic of Language’ is the theme for NATECLA’s thirty-fourth National Conference. Learning to distinguish patterns and make associations – the magic moment when we realise that everything has a name – is all part of the journey to communication and the mysterious bond that ties humanity together. The Liverpool conference will explore these themes and much more besides.
The Applied Linguistics Research Group at Oxford invites abstracts for papers and posters for the 8th BAAL Learning and Teaching SIG conference, entitled:
Beyond the beginner: sustaining second language learning
This is the latest edition of In English Digital (IED). IED is an e-zine for teachers of English and, while written by teachers and other ELT professionals from the Lusophone world of Portuguese speaking countries, will be of interest to all teachers of English as a foreign language.
The annual ERF Reception and Awards Ceremony will take place in the Clyde Auditorium at IATEFL Glasgow on Wednesday 21st March 18.45-19.45. The event is sponsored by IATEFL, the British Council, and major publishers, and is hosted by Jeremy Harmer. Certificates will be presented to the winners of the five categories (Young Learners, Adolescent and Adult: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate, Upper-intermediate and Advanced) and the finalists in this year’s competition will be announced. A lifetime achievement award, the John Milne Innovation Award, will be presented to Robert O’Neill.
Readings and music performed by Jeremy Harmer and Steve Bingham.
Thursday 9 February | The British Medical Association. BMA House. Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP
TESOL ESP IS and IATEFL ESP SIG would like to invite ELT professionals from around the work to embark on a first joint online discussion titled English for Specific Purposes (ESP) around the world in academic and occupational contexts.
IATEFL will celebrate this significant moment by giving free membership to their 4,000th member. The steady increase in the number of members of IATEFL shows that there is a global need for an international association that teachers round the world can turn to. The organisation is now nearing the 4,000 member milestone and has 870 basic members from 101 affiliated teacher associations around the world.
Dickens 2012 is an international celebration of the cultural and educational significance of the life and work of Charles Dickens to mark the bicentenary of his birth. Dickens-related activity will take place all over the world to celebrate one of the world’s most inspiring authors whose stories transcend time.