25th IATEFL Poland Conference
2016 Szczecin

Two Debates - 26th IATEFL Poland Conference

by Anna Gałucka
Categories: Conference 26th.

Debate 1
16th September Saturday 3.00 pm Room 120

Dr Waldemar Martyniuk, Dr Marcin Smolik, Dr Grzegorz Śpiewak

Nowe CEFR – rewolucja w dydaktyce językowej?!
Dobiegają końca prace zespołu ekspertów Rady Europy, których celem jest szczegółowy opis mediacji - piątej obok mówienia, pisania, rozumienia ze słuchu i czytania sprawności językowej przedstawionej - dotychczas jedynie w zarysie - w Europejskim systemie opisu kształcenia językowego (ESOKJ). Powstał pełniejszy teoretyczny opis tej sprawności, testowane są wyskalowane zestawy przykładowych wskaźników biegłości. Zapraszamy do rozmowy na temat konsekwencji, jakie z tych prac wynikają dla uczenia się, nauczania i oceniania biegłości językowej."

Debate 2
17th September Sunday 12.40pm Room 120

BOOK OR NO BOOK

Teachers of English are constantly confronted with new approaches and techniques. Some of them call for abandoning traditional coursebooks as they seem to be an obsolete tool in the 21st century. What is the rationale then for abandoning coursebooks? What is the rationale for keeping them in the classroom? Would authentic materials be an suitable replacement for coursebooks? Should we base our teaching on role-playing games? The purpose of the BOOK OR NO BOOK debate is to answer these questions and examine the role of coursebooks, authentic materials and alternative materials in modern ELT.
The participants are Hugh Dellar (Lexical Lab, National Geographic Learning) – advocate for coursebooks, Joanna Łucka and Daria Domagała (Authentic Teaching) – advocates for authentic materials, and Monika Bigaj-Kisała (Empik School Rzeszów) – advocate for RPG and alternative materials. The discussion will be moderated by Roman Ociepa (IATEFL Poland). Active participation from the audience is strongly encouraged.

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International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language

is the organiser of the IATEFL Annual Conference:  

  • Three days of intensive training seminars, plenaries, and discussion groups, live lessons with learners
  • 120+ workshops on new teaching trends and techniques
  • Presentations given by top ELT specialists and writers- meet them in person!
  • Thousands of recent ELT publications on display & sold at generous discounted rates
  • High-quality daytime and evening social programmes
  • Approx.1,000 participants each year
  • Numerous opportunities to make new friends & forge useful business contacts
  • Over 100 items in the free prize draw including summer training courses in Great Britain
  • Wide-range of accommodation organised near the Conference venue to suit your tastes!
  • Up-to-date information and materials available on exam courses and professional bodies
  • Supportive and friendly atmosphere, aided by active monitors and IATEFL Help-desk

 

Contact:
E-mail:  conference@iatefl.org.pl
Telephone:  (048) 510865100

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