For more info., contact Nick Travers (Applied Linguistics Assistant): firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of LING 376: Seminar and Practicum in Applied Linguistics, the Applied Linguistics Program offers a series of free public seminars focusing on professional development for language teaching. These seminars are open to all members of the community, and are offered in the spring semester from January to April on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., and are always in Clearhue A308 unless otherwise noted.
Spring 2013 Applied Linguistics Seminar Series:
Every year the Seminar Series in Applied Linguistics offers new insights into language teaching from experienced teachers, researchers and administrators. Join us for lively discussions of key issues and innovative perspectives from the field.
January 15. Robbie Newton (ELC). “Lesson Planning”
January 22. Josh Hooper (VIA). "Using Tech in the Language Classroom"
January 29. Lynn Brochu (GV) & Nick Travers (UVic Department of Linguistics). "Teaching Pronunciation"
February 5. Forum on Teaching Abroad: Three teachers share their experiences and offer practical advice for teaching in China, Korea, & Japan.
February 12. Cam Culham (ELC): “Using Drama in the Classroom”
February 19. NO CLASS – READING BREAK
February 26. Frances Foster (ICA): "Student Motivation"
March 5. Megan Domenichelli & Jill Haynes (Embassy English). “Paperless Teaching”
March 12. Ling 376 Student Presentations
March 19. Ling 376 Student Presentations
March 26. Ling 376 Student Presentations
***Teachers: Profession Development Certificates for Attendance are available on request.