Joined: 01 Sep 2007
Location: Paris, France
|Posted: Sat Mar 22, 2014 12:57 pm Post subject: TESOL France Call for Speakers and Poster Presenters
|Our 33rd Annual Colloquium, with plenary speakers Stephen Krashen and Carol Read, will take place in Paris, France at Télécom ParisTech on November 14, 15 and 16, 2014. We are welcoming talks and poster sessions from all English Language Teaching fields.
The deadline for proposals is May 31st 2014. After this date, a designated committee composed of members who are familiar with the preferences of TESOL France conference goers will review the proposals. The committee reserves the right to reject any proposal that does not follow the guidelines described here: http://www.tesol-france.org/colloquium14.php
The Call for Speakers and Poster Presenters is open to everyone working in the ELT field. If you have something to share, we want to hear about it!
Accepted speakers and poster presenters will be notified by July 31st 2014. We’re sorry, but any advanced request for information on acceptance will be denied out of respect for the committee and the other candidates.
Invitation letters will be sent to speakers and poster presenters between the dates of August 15th and September 15th. We’re sorry but we cannot provide speakers or poster presenters with invitation letters for visas prior to these dates.
Based on previous conference feedback, we encourage speakers to use interactive formats that engage the audience and focus on specific, practical classroom techniques.
The conference fee is reduced to 30EUR for all speakers and poster presenters. Accepted speakers who are also paid-up TESOL France members (at the time of the event) can attend free of charge. TESOL France is unable to offer financial assistance related to travel or accommodation. We are sorry, but no travel or accommodation scholarships are available.
We are happy to hear you are interested in sharing your ideas with over 300 teachers from 30+ countries around the world.
We are accepting talks on the following themes:
Young Adult Learners
French Learners of English
English for Specific Purposes
Technology in the Classroom
Teacher Training and Development
Corpus in the Classroom
Humor in the Classroom
Grammar and Vocabulary Development
Materials Design and Publishing
Dogme in the Classroom
The Flipped Classroom
Bilingualism in France
We look forward to receiving your proposal!
TESOL France President