Introducing this issue of HLT Magazine
2009 is a special year for Pilgrims as we celebrate our 35th anniversary as leaders in Humanistic Teaching and Teacher Training and the 10th anniversary of HLT.
To celebrate these achievements we are holding a major one-week conference here in the UK this August:
HUMANISTIC TEACHING IN THE 21st CENTURY
16-22 AUGUST 2009
UNIVERSITY OF KENT, CANTERBURY, UK
This one week event includes:
Five One-hour plenary sessions from some of the world's leading ELT experts - Michael McCarthy, Alan Maley, Jane Arnold, Tessa Woodward and Mario Rinvolucri.
Three Four and a half-hour Workshop Cycles from experts such as Luke Prodromou, Adrian Underhill, Adrian Tennant, Bonnie Tsai, Hanna Kryszewska, Sheelagh Deller, Paul Davis, Chaz Pugliese, Tim Bowen, Gill Johnson, Mark Almond, Marie Delaney, Eleanor Watts and Christine Frank.
Two 'Open' Seminars for networking and debating, three Evening Events and an end of Conference dinner.
This conference not only gives you the opportunity to meet and work with the world's leading ELT experts, you will also be living with and networking with like-minded colleagues for a whole week. You really cannot afford to miss this opportunity!
As expected, places are filling already so you need to book your place now!
Visit www.pilgrims.co.uk/conference or contact: email@example.com
- Things That Infants Can Teach Us
Sarn Rich, UK
- Book Boxes: An Introduction to Literature – with a Small “L”
Neil McBeath, UK
- Graphic Novels in the ESL Classroom
Bill Templer, Malaysia
More Things That Infants Can Teach Us on the Subject of Love
- Ethics in Teaching: Should We Do More?
Kristina Mullamaa, Estonia
- Forget About the ‘Istic’ - Are You a Human Language Teacher?
Paul Bress, UK
- Teaching the Little Ones … and How We Understand Each Other
Michael Hevesi, Hungary
- To Prepare – or not to Prepare
Karl Frank, Germany
- How Real is the Language in Grammar Tests?
Ilana Salem, Israel
- Elearning 2.0 Applied to the Language Learning Market
Patricia Sierra, Spain
- A Guide to Distance English Language Teaching Programmes
Brian Winn-Smith, UK
- What Have We Learned about Teaching Culture in ELT?: Barry Tomalin Reflects on His Month as a Guest Blogger on the British Council BBC TeachingEnglish Website
submitted by British Council Teaching English Team
- The Analysis of “Critical Incidents” as a Way to Enhance Intercultural Competence
Grazyna Kilianska-Przybylo, Poland
- Cultural Differences: England vs. Italy
Danny Singh, UK
- Teacher Training in a Tiny Nepalese Village
Sezgi Yalin, Cyprus
- Off the Beaten Path: Synectics
Hall Houston, Taiwan
- Heart of the Matter: On the Shoulders of Giants
Lou Spaventa, US
A Case Study Demonstrating Usage of Data-Driven Language Learning
Mark Brooke, Hong Kong
- The Alternative Way: Green Line 3
Mario Rinvolucri, UK
- House and Furniture: A Speaking Activity
Anila R. Scott-Monkhouse and José Luis Sañudo Hernandez, Spain
- The Holiday Detector
Peter Clements, UK
- An Inspired Student
Sumbmitted by Jane Tobias, UK
- Macbeth as a Comics
Aleksandra Rydz, Poland
- Software Review of WebSwamiy
İlhan İnçay, North Cyprus
- Short Book Reviews
Hanna Kryszewska, Poland
This is an Exercise I learnt from Caleb Gattegno…
Paul Davis, UK
Come to the Pilgrims Conference and meet EFL World Leaders
Coping with Conflict - In the Classroom or Out of It
Michael Berman, UK
- What if...?
Pembegul Soyer, Northern Cyprus
- New Poems
Annamaria Mandoliti, Italy
- Comfort Zone
Michael Berman, UK
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