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   National Association of Teachers of English

     Russian State Social University, Moscow

            Moscow English Language Teachers’ Association

                                                               

                                  “It’s not just English.

     It’s Teaching that Transcends Boundaries” 

XXIII NATE-Russia International Conference

Moscow

31 May – 03 June, 2017

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Professionals and scholars

 from all English language teaching(ELT) contexts 

   and all related fields and content areas

are invited to submit proposals for the

2017 NATE Conference.

 Please share the following information with all interested future participants and presenters.

 

Conference Content Areas

      Academic Writing in English and Russian

      Cutting-Edge Technology in EFL Teaching and Learning

      Educational Models and Language Teaching (EFL classroom research, developing critical thinking skill, language teaching in International Baccalaureate, etc.)

      EFL Teachers' Professional Training and Careers

      English for Professional Opportunities

      English in an Interconnected World

      English Language Education Across Settings: Public, Private, or Otherwise

      Trends in Testing and Assessment

      Perspectives in Applied Linguistic Research

      Trends in Inclusive Education

 

The conference includes:

keynote address (30 min.; 1 presenter), panel discussions (45 min.; 3–6 presenters), workshops (45 min.; 1–3 presenters max.), practice-oriented and research-oriented presentations (15 min., 1–2 presenters), roundtable discussions (30 min., 1–2 presenters), poster presentations (1–2 presenters), teaching tips swop-shop sessions (7 min.), birds-of-a-feather session* (15 min., 1-2 presenters).

 

* Unprepared discussions that allow groups of people to interact in a simple, productive, organized way to create valuable dialogs that address important issues.

 

For submitting proposals and getting more info about the conference visit the conference website http://www.nateconference2017.com/ 

 

                     FIND THE INFORMATION LETTER HERE

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