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Call for Poster Sessions | Shakespeare 400

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One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.

If there ever was a pen that changed the world that would be the pen of William Shakespeare.

Have you ever used a Shakespeare’s quote, a line from a sonnet, a play or a fragment of a play to teach English? If yes, come and join us in the year of celebrating 400 years of bard’s death and share your lesson plan at our 14th annual conference.

This year’s poster session is a 45 minute presentation where teachers demonstrate a lesson plan or a classroom activity on the topic of William Shakespeare. It is presented on the poster and half of the time is devoted to questions and answers. The posters will be displayed in the venue hall and the presenters are expected to share ideas with participants.

HOW TO APPLY?

Click here for the poster session proposal form, which outlines speaking guidelines and requests detailed speaker information. If you have additional questions, contact ELTA’s office at elta.kancelarija@gmail.com.

Poster Session Proposal Form

Online registration is now open!

14th ELTA Serbia Conference

Learning, relationships, and education are a painstaking endeavor, much like nurturing a garden. It takes time and effort to grow.

What best teachers do is, they teach people, not programs. They provide conditions for their students to grow. They pay attention to each and every student. They listen. They never stop learning. They adopt and adapt. They make a difference.

Are you one of those teachers?

What is obvious to you, might be amazing to others – share your knowledge and experience with us at 14th ELTA Conference!

Abstract submission deadline: 8 March 2016
Early bird registration deadline: 22 April 2016

 

Please choose one of the proposed online forms to fill out:
SPEAKER
CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT
STUDENT

Please visit our website regularly for conference updates.

We look forward to seeing you in May!

ELTA team

 

 

ELTA Newsletter: December 2019

 

We have hopefully arrived faster than the first snowflake. Tuck yourselves in fluffy blankets, possibly with a cup of a hot tea and dive into the pages of the newest Newsletter.

The Editorial team wishes you a lot of motivation, inspiration and a fruitful and joyful 2020. We are also looking forward to receiving your articles, lesson plans, travelogues and book, film or theatre play reviews. And we highly appreciate your feedback and suggestions. That is the only way we can all grow. Write to us on newsletter.elta@gmail.com.

Editorial Team

 

ELTA Journal Volume 2 No. 2

Dear colleagues,

ELTA is proud to present the second issue of ELTA Journal.

In this first issue, last December, we presented the ideas that have shaped the creation of ELTA Journal and, this year, we would like to introduce new ideas that have guided us in developing this issue. Our aim was to connect research and practice and to present some theoretical considerations in the field of ELT. Our journal is blind peer-reviewed, allowing our authors to have their articles rechecked, reevaluated and inspected by unbiased experts.

Carefully selected articles that we have prepared for you in this issue are written by teachers, associate professors and researchers in the ELT field. For some authors this is another way of reflecting on their practice and, for others, this is a form of teacher development.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and we look forward to receiving your feedback and article contributions for our next issue.

Yours faithfully,

ELTA Journal Editorial Team