Sunday, 8 July 2012
The Faculty of Education and Social Work and The Centre for English Teaching, The University of Sydney, Australia
The University of Sydney TESOL Research Network Colloquium aims to provide a forum to discuss and share research in the area of TESOL as well as explore possible future research collaborations in this area. The Colloquium is a place for networking, for both established and new TESOL researchers. The Colloquium includes presentation sessions on a wide range of TESOL and TESOL-related research, both in progress and completed. It also includes a networking session for people working in the area of TESOL research. The aim of this is to provide the opportunity for TESOL researchers to talk to each other about their research and to explore possible future research collaborations.
· Rod Ellis, University of Auckland: “Sorting Out Some Misconceptions about Task-based Language Teaching”
· Lindy Woodrow, University of Sydney: “Directions in English Language Learning Motivation Research”
· Huizhong Shen, University of Sydney: “Symbolic Interaction in PhD Designs by Bilingual Students: A Culturally Interactive Perspective”
· 25-minute paper presentations (20-minute presentations followed by 5-minutes for questions/discussion)
· 90-minute symposia (80-minutes for presentations followed by 10-minutes for questions/discussion)
· Individual papers: A title, a 250-word abstract plus a 50-word summary of the abstract (plus your name, institution, email and telephone number).
· Symposia: A title, a 500-word abstract plus a 200-word summary of the abstract (plus your name, institution, email and telephone).
· Submission deadline: Submission has now been closed.
· Workshop 1 (9.00 am - 12.00 pm): Jack C. Richards, University of Sydney: “Designing Materials for Teaching Listening”
· Workshop 2 (1.00 pm - 4.00 pm): Anne Burns, University of New South Wales: “Teaching Speaking: Theory into Practice”
· Registration for the workshops: Registration has now been closed.
Professor Brian Paltridge (University of Sydney) and participants in the 2011 TESOL Colloquium
Professor Cynthia White (Massey University) during her keynote presentation "Enquiry into individual emotion within the complex dynamics of language learning: Significance, challenges and prospects"
Professor Mike Baynham (University of Leeds, UK) during his keynote presentation "Genre, scale and trajectory in academic literacy studies"
Associate Professor Ken Cruickshank (University of Sydney) during his keynote presentation "Maximising language learning in and out of the class: Learner autonomy and classroom dynamics"
Katherine Brandon (English Australia)
Professor Anne Burns (University of New South Wales)
Dr Wei Wang (University of Sydney) launching academic books
Wen Chao Tu (Sara), a recipient of Dean's Award for an Outstanding Master of Education (TESOL) Dissertation 2010, for her research "How universities in China introduce themselves in Chinese and English on the Internet: A contrastive genre study", supervised by Professor Brian Paltridge
Andrew Isaac Allan, a recipient of Dean's Award for an Outstanding Master of Education (TESOL) Dissertation 2010, for his research "Interactive whiteboard technology in the ESL classroom", supervised by Dr Marie Stevenson
Cynthia, Anne & Aek
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