‘Sounds interesting - innovative approaches to the teaching of the spoken language in second language learning'

Event date: 
Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 10:00
‘Sounds interesting - innovative approaches to the teaching of the spoken language in second language learning' - hancockmcdonald.com/blog/%E2%80%98sounds-interesting-innovative-approaches-teaching-spoken-language-second-language-learning

The 18th May NATESOL NATESOL Teacher's Conference in Worsley, Manchester, UK will feature the following line-up:

Adrian Underhill, former President of IATEFL, author of Sound Foundations: Learning and Teaching Pronunciation, and series editor of the Macmillan Books for Teachers

Peter Watkins, Principal Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics at the University of Portsmouth, and author of Cambridge English Teacher: Vocabulary and Pronunciation, and The CELTA Course Trainee Book and Trainer’s Manual (both co-authored with Scott Thornbury). 

Richard Cauldwell, author of Cool Speech (an iPad app), shortlisted for an ELTon in 2013

Mark Hancock, author of English Pronunciation in Use (CUP)

Annie McDonald, co-author of English Result, a general English course for adults (OUP)

Piers Messum, committee member of IATEFL’s Pronunciation SIG and regular contributor to its newsletter ‘Speak Out!’

Karenne Sylvester, the edu-blogger behind the award-winning ELT blog Kalinago English

 
 

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