22nd International Conference
|Keynote Speaker From the USA
With an academic career anchored in the United States, Liz England enjoys leading projects focused on language program design, implementation and evaluation for universities, ministries, and private and government agencies. She has led presentations and workshops and has traveled extensively on both short- and long-term assignments in over 30 countries worldwide. Objectives include project impact assessment, program development, teacher education, language and cross-cultural communication training and sustainable capacity building.
|Keynote Speaker from London (British Council)
Nik Peachey is a freelance writer,editor, teacher trainer and learning technology consultant specialising in the field of digital technologies for English language teaching. He has been involved in ELT since 1992 and has worked all over the world delivering training and developing digital products for teachers and learners. He was the commissioning editor for the BBC – British Council’s Teaching English website from 2003 – 2007. In 2010 his Daily English Activities blog was shortlisted for a British Council Innovations award and in 2012 he won an Innovations award for the blended learning course he developed for Bell.
|Keynote Speaker from the University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr. Russell Cross
Dr Russell Cross is Senior Lecturer in Language and Literacy Education within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, where he leads their teaching and research initiatives in languages education and content and language integrated learning. With a focus on the sociocultural and political nature of teachers’ work and knowledge, Russell’s work has appeared in Modern Language Journal, Teachers and Teaching, Language & Education, among others. With Trevor Gale from the University of Glasgow and Carmen Mills from the University of Queensland, Russell is current Chief Investigator on the Australian Research Council’s national Discovery Project, Social justice dispositions informing teachers' pedagogy in advantaged and disadvantaged secondary schools.
|Keynote Speaker from India
Professor Panchanan Mohanty
Panchanan Mohanty joined in the Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies, University Hyderabad in 1990 and worked as Head, Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies, Dean, Students' Welfare of University of Hyderabad and chairperson and member of a number of committees of the University. Now he is Dean, School of Humanities and heads the Centre for Endangered Languages and Mother Tongue Studies, University of Hyderabad.
The 22nd International Conference of Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA) is scheduled to take place at Premier International IB World School,Khumaltar, Lalitpur from February 24 to 26, 2017.
The main theme of the conference is "Language, Culture and Technology: Exploring Novelty in ELT".
The sub-themes are:
- Englishes in the classrooms
- Input and interaction in language teaching
- Evolving theories and innovative practices in ELT
- Classroom management
- Teaching English in difficult circumstances
- English as a medium of instruction
- Motivation for language learning
- Literature in language teaching
- The methods and post-method in ELT
- ICT in an EFL classroom
- Critical pedagogy in the language classroom
- Learner autonomy
- Differentiated instruction in an EFL classroom
- Making English language learning communicative
- Teacher professional development
- Authenticity in teaching learning materials
- Alternative assessment in EFL classrooms
- Developing 21st Century Skills in ESL/EFL learners
- Contextualization of foreign language teaching
- Home-grown materials in ELT
- Native vs. non-native teacher: Who is native anyway?
- Learning beyond the classroom: responding to learning strategies
- Celebrating variety in a language classroom
- Linking research and classroom teaching
- ELT in disaster recovery
- Creativity in the Language Classrroom
- Improving Language Learning: Styles-and Strategies-Based Instruction
- Culture as the core in the Second Language Classroom
- Developing materials for language teaching
- Social Justice in English Language Teaching
- Language and Policy
- Languae and Globalization
- "Excellence" in English Language Teaching
- English to prepare for Lives
- Multilinguality, Marginality and ELT
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Registration deadline(Extended): Feb 10, 2017. Late fee after deadline.
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