VietTESOL Events

K12-PD Webinar 16: Project-based Learning in ELT

Project-based learning (PBL) has always been a thought-provoking theme which requires different views. Have you ever organized PBL in your ELT classrooms? What are the difficulties and benefits of PBL? What are the practical lessons from successful models?

It is our immense pleasure to introduce the webinar titled: “PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN ELT” featuring ELT specialists:

  • Featured speaker: Dr. Linh Phung, Director of English program- Chatham University, USA
  • Guest speaker: Hong Dinh, M.A, educator from Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA
  • Facilitator: Pham Thi Ngoan, M.A, English lecturer at Nguyen Tat Thanh University

Date & time: 9h00-11h00 Sunday, October 30, 2022

Format: online webinar via Zoom

Event Date 30-10-2022 9:00 am
Event End Date 30-10-2022 11:30 am
Capacity 300
Registered 136
Available Place 164
Cut Off Date 28-10-2022 8:00 pm
Individual Price Free
K12-PD Webinar 15: Narrative Inquiry for Language Teachers and Teacher-Researchers

In this presentation, Prof. Barkhuizen will provide a broad overview of approaches to narrative inquiry in language teaching and learning research. After describing what narrative inquiry is, including pointing out the centrality of stories in narrative research, he will provide some recent examples of narrative research, including types of data collection and analysis. These examples will illustrate methods useful for busy language teachers, and some research will focus on the topic of language teacher and learner identity. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Event Date 24-07-2022 9:00 am
Event End Date 24-07-2022 11:30 am
Capacity 300
Registered 73
Available Place 227
Cut Off Date 23-07-2022 7:55 pm
Individual Price Free

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K-12 PD Webinar 14: Comprehensible Input as the Most Important Factor in Language Acquisition

We “acquire” (not “learn”) language when we understand what we hear and what we read, when we get “comprehensible input.” We do not acquire language when we speak, write or study it. Effective methods supply interesting and comprehensible input, often in the form of stories (otherwise known as “literature” and “fiction”). Stephen Krashen’s input hypothesis is one of the most influential theories of second language acquisition. In this webinar, Prof. Stephen Krashen will explain why Comprehensible Input is the most important factor in learning another language. 

Event Date 27-03-2022 9:00 pm
Event End Date 27-03-2022 11:00 pm
Capacity 300
Registered 228
Available Place 72
Individual Price Free

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