Oxford ELTOC 2017
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Take the next step on your teaching journey

English language teaching is evolving at a quick pace as the number of EFL learners around the world is growing. With more than 59% of the world’s population*, Asia is home to a thriving community of English language teaching professionals and educators, many of whom are industry experts, practitioners and researchers.

From 24-26 March 2017, Oxford University Press will hold its first ever English language teaching online conference in Asia, and bring together a network of experts from across the globe and teachers from across Asia to discuss the latest pedagogical theory and practice in ELT

*www.worldometers.info, 2016
24 March 2017 9:00-17:00 HKT
25 March 2017 9:00-17:00 HKT
26 March 2017 9:00-17:00 HKT

The topics to be covered

  • 21st Century Skills
  • CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning)
  • Extensive Reading
  • Learning Technology
  • The Growth Mindset
*All sessions will be conducted in English. Minimum level of English at CEFR level B1; Recommended level of English at CEFR level B2 and above.

Please be aware that the online conference room limits the number of people that can attend at any one time. Each day, these places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Confirmed speakers include

Charles Vilina and Kathleen Kampa
ELT authors and teacher-trainers

Richard Day
Professor of Second Language Studies and author

Catherine Walter
Researcher, a teacher educator and a materials developer

Sarah Mercer
Professor of Foreign Language Teaching and author

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