Speakers and talks at IATEFL 2016

13th - 16th April 2016

IATEFL Manchester 2015

OUP will be exhibiting and sponsoring talks at IATEFL 2016 in Birmingham.

The 50th Annual International IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) Conference and Exhibition is being held at the ICC, Birmingham on 13th-16th April 2016.

Come to our stand (27 & 32) and find out how you can get involved with OUP: join our Teachers' Club, contribute to research projects, or even learn about becoming one of our authors or trainers.

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

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

Phil Ball

Improving language education through content: the "3 dimensions" of CLIL Fri 15th April 1650-1720 Hall 7

Jenny Dance

Getting more value from your students’ English by improving pronunciation Thurs 14th April 1100-1130 Hall 11A

Ernesto Macaro & Julie Dearden

Can English teachers and English Medium Instruction (EMI) lecturers cooperate? Weds 13th April 1430-1500 Hall 8B

Vanessa Esteves

Empowering parents to participate in their children’s learning process Weds 13th April 1515-1545 Hyatt-Scherzo

Erika Osvath

Focusing on the Creative Self in the mixed-ability classroom Sat 16th Apr 1215-1300 ​Hall 11A

Caroline Krantz & Rachael Roberts

Cracking the code of English Thurs 14th April 1625-1710 Hall 5

Nina Prentice

Engine of Change – research into the impact of extensive reading Sat 16th April 1110-1140 Hall 8A

Marie Delaney

Teaching English to students with SEN; you can do it! Fri 15th April 1735-1820 ​Media Suite

Sarah Mercer

Exploring psychology in language learning and teaching Weds 13th April 1600-1645 Hall 5

Stacey Hughes & Verissimo Tosté

The digital classroom: change of medium or change of methodology? ​Fri 15th April 1530-1615 ​Hall 11A

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