Κυριακή, 4 Μαρτίου 2012

TESOL Macedonia Thrace Convention Programme

TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece  19th Annual International Convention
Experimentation: That’s the name of the game!
Saturday

Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
9.30-10.30
Registration (continuing throughout the weekend)
10.30-11.00
Opening Ceremony
11.00
Plenary (Amphitheatre)  - Understanding dyslexia with its academic and emotional impact’  Dr Lindsay Peer  (UK)

12.10-12.55
Storytelling with Young Learners’
Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou     
(Cyprus)

“Words, words, words”-
Shakespeare in  the Language Classroom
David Gibson
(Greece)
Empowering the Thinking Reeds
Simona Mazilu
(Romania)

Creative project work  in the EFL Classroom
Maria Mylona
 (Greece)
13.05-13.50
‘Teachers or postmen?’
Jamie Keddie
(UK)

Creativity in Mixed Ability Settings
Ivana Milosevic
(Serbia)


A Picture Paints a Thousand Words
Rachel O’Connor
(Greece)

Observe and Learn
Chrissie Taylor
(Greece)

13.50-14.50
Break
14.50-15.20
Board reports back to the members   (Amphitheatre)
15.20-16.00
                                                                                                                                    Explore SEETA   (Amphitheatre)
SEETA Presentation ( Amphitheatre)

16.10-16.40
Experimentation and Imagination, creativity in the classroom
Dr Theodore Maniakas
(Greece)

Story-based Approach to Teaching Preschool English
Malgorzata Kosior
(Greece)

Age and Language Learning-
How to Train an Aging Brain
Vesna Kovacevic
(Serbia)

Creative Ways to Motivate Students by Using Technology
Eleni Zika
(Greece)

16.50-17.20
Commercial
Just Watch Me! The Input Way Out of Crisis
Konstantinos Koutovas
(Greece)

Opprtunities! CELTA and DELTA
Study Space
(Greece)
ClubEFL: Unleash Your Creative Power using new technology in the classroom.
Dimitris Aivazoglou
(Greece)


17.30-18.15
‘Dyslexia in Practice’
Dr  Lindsay Peer
(UK)
The magic world of children and the interactive process of learning.
Maria Karatsali
(Greece)
Error Correction While Speaking
Anastasia Loukeri
(Greece)


2012?
Anelia Georgieva
(Bulgaria)


18.30
    Pecha Kucha Evening  (Amphitheatre)     followed by  Buffet




Sunday

Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
10.30-11.15
How to Get the Most Out of Your School Website
Pete MacKichan
(Greece)

Issues of Confidence in Teacher Development
Maria Gogou-Sachpazian
 (Greece)

Learning with Phonics: an Exciting Insight into the World of English Sounds
Ms Chryssa Laskaridou
Mr Nikos Tsiadimos
Dr. Marina Mattheoudaki
Dr. Thomai Alexiou
(Greece)

Speaking in the Silent Way – Experimenting with Cuisinaire Rods
Camilla Ralls
(Greece)



11.25-12.10
Shakespeare’s Unruly Women: Silence, Voice, Identity
Luke Prodromou, Dr
(Greece)

The 8 Project
Theodora Papapanagiotou
Maria Theologidou
(Greece)

ELT and Giftedness in Education;
a real success story
Yannis Stergis
(Greece)


12.20
Plenary (Amphitheatre)    ‘Videotelling’
Jamie Keddie (UK)
13.20-14.20
Break
14.20-14.50
Can’t Stop Chanting
Despina Vardaki
(Greece)

Kitty and her Red Ribbon: Experimentation in Storytelling
Zhivka Ilieva
(Bulgaria)

Challenging the PPP Model in Students’ Writing Practices.
Athanasios Sapounas
(Greece)

Web 2.0 Word for Professional Development
Elinda Gjondedaj
(Greece)
15.00-15.45
Disconnecting Moreover, However and Therefore from Student Writing
Michael Onushco
(Greece)

'It's simple but is it easy?'
Anna Parisi 
(Greece)

Classroom Technology for Low-Tech Teachers
Julie Carter
(Greece)

Stepping into unknown shoes –
raising social awareness through ELT
Paul Shaw
(Greece)

16.00-16.45
A Theatrical Performance By “Dave’n’Luke”

16.45

Plenary (Amphitheatre)    CLIL – What is it? How does it work? A look into the Cyprus CLIL  programme’
Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou (Cyprus)
17.45-18.00

Closing Ceremony and Announcement of Julia Tanner Memorial Scholarship

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