Speakers and talks at IATEFL 2014

2 - 5 April 2014

OUP will be exhibiting and sponsoring talks at IATEFL 2014.

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Speakers and talks

Join our team of acclaimed authors and experts as they talk about their areas of expertise:

Speaker Talk Title Date of Talk
Liz Soars Headway – the 10 most common questions from around the world Weds 2nd April
Rachel Appleby Adult learners: helping them clear the next hurdle Weds 2nd April
Diana Lea Help with academic writing: a learner’s dictionary of academic English Weds 2nd April
Shaun Wilden Taking tablets in the classroom, a remedy for everyone? Thurs 3rd April
Joanna Turnbull The A to Z is dead! Long live the dictionary! Thurs 3rd April
John Field New horizons in the testing and teaching of listening Thurs 3rd April
Jamie Keddie Deconstructing video Thurs 3rd April
Julie Moore How do engineers say that? – Encouraging academic independence in EAP Friday 4th April
Tim Herdon The challenges of creating meaningful online professional development courses Friday 4th April
Patsy Lightbown Learning Language and Learning Content through Language Friday 4th April
Charles Vilina Building Essential 21st Century Skills for English Language Learners Friday 4th April
Edward de Chazal Teaching and learning EAP: developing roles, defining competences, sharing practices Friday 4th April
Robin Walker Increasing motivation through topic, text and treatment. Sat 5th April
Verissimo Toste Engage and Involve: Bringing projects into the 21st century Sat 5th April

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