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LINGUIST List 16.2468

Wed Aug 24 2005

Confs: General Ling/Language Acquisition/Madrid, Spain

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        1.    Steven Starry, TESOL Spain 29th National Convention 'Voices in the Classroom'

Message 1: TESOL Spain 29th National Convention 'Voices in the Classroom'
Date: 24-Aug-2005
From: Steven Starry <profesormadridteacher.com>
Subject: TESOL Spain 29th National Convention 'Voices in the Classroom'

TESOL Spain 29th National Convention 'Voices in the Classroom'
Short Title: TESOL Spain

Date: 24-Mar-2006 - 26-Mar-2006
Location: Madrid, Spain
Contact: Hilary Plass
Contact Email: madrid06tesol-spain.org
Meeting URL: http://www.tesol-spain.org/convention2006/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): English (ENG)

Meeting Description:

Since its foundation in 1977, TESOL-SPAIN has held a National Convention every
year. The convention is attended by around 500 to 600 teachers annually from a
wide variety of ELT areas and speakers the likes of Jeremy Harmer and Paul

The convention offers participants a wide variety of presentations by national
and international speakers including plenary presentations, papers, workshops,
demonstrations, discussions, roundtables and product presentations. There are
usually over 100 presentations over two and a half days on a wide range of
topics. In addition, there are publishers' exhibitions from the main publishing
houses as well as smaller, more specialized houses, poster displays and idea
exchanges, a jobs board and social events to end each day. As a result, members
are provided with the opportunity to hear about the latest theory and
developments in ELT, both nationally and internationally, and to exchange
knowledge and experience. They are also able to make contacts with other
colleagues who share the same interests and to return home with some practical
ideas and teaching materials for their classrooms.

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