XXXII FAAPI Conference “Cultural Awareness in ELT”
San Salvador de Jujuy – Jujuy – Argentina
Theme: “Cultural Awareness in ELT”
Cross Cultural Education
Language and Culture
Literature as a means of culture
Cultural Awareness through Literature, History, Folklore, Humour in ELT
Teaching Culture in the ESL/ EFL classroom
Registration and fees:
FAAPI Associations Members: $ 140
Non members $ 220
Groups of 5 people: 5% discount
Groups of 10 people: 10% discount
Registration form available at www.ajpi.com.ar & www.ajpi.htmlplanet.com
Social events: welcome breakfast, welcome cocktail and the traditional dinner (ticketed).
“A Room of One’s Own” with María Cristina Thomson de Gondona White, Raquel Lothringer, Mariel Amez and Alejandra Portela.
FAAPI’s Cascading Project presentation “Teachers´Associations Bonds across Cultures”
Michael Byram, a prominent figure in the field of cultural awareness
Alan Pulverness, Author of All in a word: Literature in language teaching (Bell Educational Trust 1989) and co-author of a number of ELT textbooks. An Associate Trainer for the Norwich Institute for Language Education, he is editor of Folio - the Journal of the Materials Development Association- and of IATEFL Conference Selections
Claudia Ferradas Moi, MA in Education and Professional Development (Univ. of East Anglia). Co-chair, 17th Oxford Conference on the Teaching of Literature, UK.
Jon Gower, Welsh journalist who specializes in Literature
Angela Llanas sponsored by Macmillan
Jeff Stranks sponsored by KEL
Susan Hylliard sponsored by OUP
This year's TESOL Chile conference, "Winds of Change: Exploring New Directions in Language Learning," will be held at Universidad La Serena, October 5 - October 7.
Featuring plenary sessions by Diane Larsen-Freeman and Michael McCarthy as well as contributions by other noted authorities, the conference will focus on how new understandings of language and language learning are changing our ideas about the ways English should be taught and reshaping our classroom practices.
Proposals are invited for papers, panels, and workshops on topics related to the development and practice of teaching English as a foreign language (EFL). There is a special category for short (20-minute) reports from classroom teachers on classroom techniques, activities, and or/success stories.
To submit a proposal, please complete the on-line form at:
The submission deadline is August 31.
Additional information about the conference venue and registration procedures will be e-mailed soon and will also be found at www.tesolchile.cl. Program details will be posted as they become available.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to work as a conference volunteer, please contact TESOL Chile at firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to plenary speakers' biographical information