TOSCON14 Online Saturday Schedule
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TOSCON14 Session Schedule - Saturday, May 24, 2014
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New College vicinitymap
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RoomCapSession ASession BSession C
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10:00 - 11:00 (60-MINUTE SESSIONS)11:15 - 12:15 (60-MINUTE SESSIONS)11:30 - 1:00 (90-MINUTE SESSIONS)1:30 - 1:50 (20-MINUTE SESSIONS AS INDICATED) 2:00 - 3:30 (90-MINUTE SESSIONS)2:30 - 3:30 (60-MINUTE SESSIONS)
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SS FoyerExhibitor Display (8:45 - 2:00)
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WE Dining HallLunch periods (12:00 - 2:00)
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SS 1069106Sandy, C.A160: A Whole Teacher Approach To Teacher DevelopmentTTLuth, W.B160: Simple ways to reflectively recharge your teachingTTEbrahimi, V.(1:30 - 1:50) C120: Past Tense vs. Present Perfect TenseTT
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SS 107071Bartel, J.A260: Exploring Canadian business culture and soft skills with Office Soft SkillsSBOGalante, A.B260: A Plurilingual Perspective for English as an Additional Language ProgramsGELachini, K.(1:30 - 1:50) C220: Academic Program Assessment EAPTappenden-Der, L.C660: Multicultural Education in EAP: What exactly are we teaching?EAP
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SS 107271Chauan, J.A360: Teaching discussion pragmatics in an intensive Academic English ProgramEAPHerath, S.B590: Using newspaper articles to develop collaborative critical inquiryEAP
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SS 1073106Harwood, C. & Manning, T.A460: Facebook Book Club: Facilitating Academic Reading and Writing Using Social MediaEAPPattison, T.B690: Write your own EAP materialsEAPAponte-de-Hanna, C.C760: Applying Multimodal Literacies to Harness Reading and Writing Skills in the EAP Classroom.EAP
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SS 107471Warden. J.B360: Making it Work for You -- Facebook in the ClassroomEAPLupasco, S.C490: Teaching to the Strengths: Adult ESL Literacy InstructionGE
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SS 108396Kandil, A.A560: Vocabulary Teaching Challenges in the ESL ClassroomGEBrown, J.B460: The Principles Behind the Policies: Teachers' Stances on Cell Phone Use in the ESL ClassroomGEServinis, E.(1:30 - 1:50) C320: Pecha Kucha Student PresentationsGEVercoe, T.C860: Designing Games for the Language ClassroomGE
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SS 1085108Saumell, V.A660: Guided Discovery for Language Instruction: an implementation frameworkGELackman, K.B790: A New Way to Teach ReadingGEKeddie, J.C960: VideotellingGE
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SS 1087108Reynolds, B.B890: The nitty gritty of relative clausesGEWertheim, M.C590: Beyond the comprehension question: Teaching strategiesGE
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SS 21171883:15 - 4:00CLOSING PLENARY with JIM SCRIVENER: CAN TEACHERS TEACH? AN INTRODUCTION TO DEMAND HIGH
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General EnglishGEEnglish for academic purposesEAPEnglish for specific purposes/Business/OSLTSBOTeacher TrainingTT
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