Speakers and talks at IATEFL 2015

11th - 14th April 2015

IATEFL Manchester 2015

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OUP will be exhibiting and sponsoring talks at IATEFL 2015 in Manchester.

The 49th Annual International IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) Conference and Exhibition is being held at Manchester Central, Manchester on 11th-14th April 2015.

Come to our stand (54, 57, 58) and find out how you can get involved with OUP: join our Teachers' Club, contribute to research projects, or even learn about becoming an OUP author or trainer.

Meet our friendly team and share with us your ideas on how we can shape learning together.

And remember, books on the stand are on special offer throughout the conference!

Speakers and talks

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

Speaker Talk Title Date Time Room
Patsy Lightbown

Research and Teaching: Bridging the Gap

Sat 11th April 15:05-15:35 Exchange 9
Catherine Walter

Reading and listening activities: understanding today or understanding tomorrow?

Sun 12th April 14:20-14:50 Exchange Hall
David Pearce

Digital or analogue: making choices about technology in lesson planning

Sun 12th April 10:25-11:10 Exchange 9
Edward de Chazal

The difference is academic: developing elementary EAP students’ academic language

Sun 12th April 15:50-16:35 Charter 4
Mark Hancock

Pronunciation to go: learning to learn from the dictionary

Mon 13th April 13:35-14:20 Exchange 9
Alex Birtles and Annamaria Pinter

Continued Professional Development – making a lasting impact in the classroom

Mon 13th April 15:35-16:05 Charter 2-3
Victoria Murphy

Is younger always better? The age debate in Young Learners

Tues 14th April 11:10-11:40 Exchange 10
Louis Rogers

Topic knowledge and IELTS success

Tues 14th April 10:25-10:55 Charter 1

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