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New Issue of ELT News online

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Please be sure to check out the newest issue of the ELT News online, out now:  http://tea4teachers.org/blog/.  This is our third online edition so be sure to read them all.

 

Graz ConneXion, ELT Frameworks

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Save the Date:  1-2 April 2016

Our biennial conference planning has started and we are now interested in finding presenters.  Our keynote speakers are:  Lindsay Clandfield, Peter Medgyes, Marjorie Rosenberg.  The conference will be taking place at the Department of English Studies of the Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Heinrichstraβe 36, A-8010 Graz.  If you are interested, please download, fill in and send our application form to the address given on the form and be sure to check join on our facebook event page so others know you plan to attend.  We are looking forward to a great conference.  The information to download can be found here:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/xesi8l4iryj0e1d/Graz%20ConneXion%202016%20Speaker%20Proposal%20Form.doc?dl=0 and for more information try this link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gdnj1q9w7qz10ac/Graz%20ConneXion%202016%20Invitation%20to%20Speakers.doc?dl=0,

Check out our facebook page and our event page and keep returning here for the latest information.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 May 2015 08:44
 

Pub Quiz

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Pub Quiz

Save the date: THURSDAY, 23 April 2015, opening 18.00, start of quiz 19.00

Where: TGIFridays, Schubertring 13, 1010 Vienna

What: Pub Quiz for English Teachers

Come along and join us for a pub quiz. While Irish pubs have been doing this for a while and the quizzes have become very popular, this is the first one for TEA. So stop by and try your hand at answering all sorts of questions while networking with colleagues. This evening is all about having fun and not about showing off how much you know, but we will have prizes for the winning table and expect you to leave the event with new friends and new knowledge. So come and join us, and bring a colleague… we will have a few questions related to our profession as well as many more. Arrive at 6 p.m. if you want to order dinner, the fun starts at 7! Please register at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 20 April so we can give appropriate numbers to the restaurant.

p.s. for those of you who are not sure exactly what a pub quiz is, go to this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pub_quiz

 

Summer School 2015 - register now

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Speak English Round the Clock at Summer School!

Do you find yourself only using English in the classroom?  No contact with native speakers?

Then come to Raach and join other English teachers for a great time with native-speaker trainers and organizers.

A unique opportunity in Austria

TEA's 21st Summer School

REGISTER NOW at:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  If you register before 31 January and pay a €50 deposit you pay 10% less!

Bank account: Teachers of English in Austria, Bank Austria, BLZ 12000, IBAN AT94 1100 0084 3300 1800, BIC BKAUATWW

Please note: Cancellations after 10 July 2015 will incur a cancellation charge of €50.

For cancellations after 6 August 2015 course fees cannot be refunded.

 

Date

17 - 21 August 2015 (Monday 14:00 – Friday 12:00)

Venue

Seminarzentrum Raach

2640 Raach am Hochgebirge

http://www.szr.at/index.shtml

Accommodation is on a first-come-first-served basis and should be booked through TEA but paid at the venue.

Prices

Course fees

180 TEA members (€160 students)

240 non-members (€180 students)

(includes TEA membership for one year)

Please see important information overleaf concerning deposit and early bird discount.

Accommodation

Single: €54 per person per day, including full board

(some double or family rooms available)

Trainers and Programmes

Simon Gill is originally from England but has been living in what used to be Czechoslovakia since 1989. He has worked with teachers in many countries in Central and Eastern Europe and is the co-author of Intercultural Activities in the Oxford University Press Basics series.

Bag of Tricks

Every experienced teacher has his or her own ‘bag of tricks’, a collection of tried and tested classroom activities and approaches assembled down the years. In this series of workshops I would like to share mine with you; we will cover a range of areas, including (but not limited to) communicative grammar/ language practice, using songs and short clips, the role of culture in the classroom, creative writing, and a little bit of pronunciation. You are also invited to bring along your own favourite ‘recipes’ and share them with the rest of us.

Philip Kerr is a teacher trainer and lecturer who is originally from London, but now lives in Vienna. He has trained teachers all over the world. His publications include the coursebook series ‘Straightforward’ and ‘Inside Out’ (Macmillan) and the methodology book Translation and Own-Language Activities (Cambridge University Press). He is a Board member of TEA.

Word Power

In this series of workshops, we will look at new insights into how vocabulary is stored in the brain, new technologies for learning vocabulary and new methodological approaches. The emphasis will be on fun, lively classroom applications which will be suitable for learners of all levels and ages. There will also be opportunities to explore ways of extending your own vocabulary.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 16:42
 

One event each Month!

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TEA is trying to offer more to its members!

Continue to check out our current offerings for 2015 on this website under Events or Summer School for our monthly meetings and our summer school program.

In February we are having a workshop and we have plans for March, April, May and June in the making.  We will let you know the latest here and on facebook!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 06:52
 
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