Conference Program and Schedule
Slides and handouts can be downloaded from the list below.
|Empowering Literacy and Emergent Language Learners through Daily Classroom Activities
Nicki Kim and Vanessa Lent
|Worth a Conversation: The Role of Language Counselling in Language Education
Erin McDonald and Darlene MacInnis
|Planner or Performer – A Look at Curriculum Design
|Prepositional phrases: From the heart with pleasure for a better world!
|Roundtable: EAP. How teaching techniques in EAP classrooms prepare/ ill-prepare students for authentic university classes
|Roundtable: Semantic Theory. Does how we talk about ‘meaning’ in the classroom matter? How can we approach teaching ‘meaning’?
|Roundtable: Helping EAP students move from ‘Language Learners’ to ‘Language Users’.
|Literacy and Low Level Learners: What are the unique EAL challenges? How do we support our learners *and* each other?
|Sexism in ESL
|Supporting our Students’ Writing Development with a Personal Touch
Sarah Devanney and Nick Veinot
|Experience-based learning as a class
|Reading Early, Reading Often in the EAL Literacy Classroom
|TESOL 2.0 Convention: Highlights from the Largest Event in ESL
|Tips, tricks and techniques for bottom-up grammar instruction with a top-down goal
Saturday, May 13
Patterson Hall, Acadia University
24 University Avenue, Wolfville, NS
Wondering where to stay the night in Wolfville? Accommodations are available on campus. Click here for a special deal on accommodations for conference attendees.