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2014 Spring Conference Abstracts and Bios

Full Conference Program Suprasegmentals and Prosody in Every Language Classroom Andrea Taylor & Sean Cavicchi  In this presentation, we will discuss the big picture aspects of teaching pronunciation. We will explain why suprasegmentals and prosody are so important and the benefits of including them in every classroom’s curriculum, both for learners and instructors. We will […]

Activity Swap Feb 27

TESL Event: Activity Swap When: Thursday, Feb. 27. 5:00-7:00. (5:00-6:00 social hour, activity swap 6:00-7:00 ) Where: Dalhousie University Club Pub What: Informal TESL fun. This activity swap is both a networking social with the TESL community, as well as a chance to share ideas and go home with an activity you can take into […]

2014 Spring Conference

The TESL Nova Scotia Spring Conference will be held  on Saturday, May 24, 2014, at Immigrant Settlement and Integration Services (ISIS) in Halifax, from 9:00-3:00. The Spring conference is an annual event for ESL professionals from across the province to network and share knowledge  with the goal of enhancing professional practice of the teaching of […]

President’s Message, Fall 2013

Dear Colleagues and Friends, Greetings from TESL Nova Scotia! Please go to our website (teslns.com, your association)  to glance at the activities, schedules, venues, etc. put together there for our Fall Conference.   But, let me also invite you personally to please come and join us at the conference on Saturday, Nov. 2 (8:30-3:30).  It’s going […]

2013 Fall Conference

TESL Nova Scotia’s annual Fall Conference will be held on Saturday, November 2, in the Mona Campbell Building at Dalhousie University from 8:30-3:00. The Fall conference is an annual event for ESL professionals from across the province to network and share knowledge  with the goal of enhancing professional practice of the teaching of English in […]

2013 Spring Conference

The TESL NS Spring Conference will be held Saturday, May 11, at Mount Saint Vincent University. The session will be held in rooms 304, 305, and 306 of the Seton Academic Centre. Click here for a map of the MSVU campus, and here for driving directions to the university. Parking is free on Saturdays. The […]