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The webinar session provides an overview of the skills-integrated approach, sharing the speaker’s awareness of what it is, why and when EFL teachers should teach integrated skills, how to design and implement a skills-integrated lesson/activity, and what qualities a classroom teacher needs to have for a successful integrated skills lesson.
|Event Date||08-25-2019 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||08-25-2019 11:30 am|
|Registration Start Date||07-17-2019|
|Cut off date||08-08-2019|
What is Extensive Reading? Why and how do we do it?
This presentation will highlight the relatively little recycling of vocabulary, the lack of attention to collocation, colligation and lexical phrases and the lack of systematic attention to reading fluency in ELT in general. Extensive reading (ER) is designed to not only build reading fluency, but will also consolidate and deepen this knowledge for long term acquisition to take place. The presenter will show how ER fits the curriculum, how to set up the library and manage it and introduce it to the students. We will also discuss the need for assessment.
|Event Date||09-21-2019 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||09-21-2019 12:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||08-14-2019|
|Cut off date||09-14-2019 11:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Eighty thousand VND|
Research activities in Vietnam demonstrate a concerning degree of ethics violations, most of which are related to plagiarism (Vuong, 2018). Plagiarism leads to numerous serious consequences, including being disciplined by institutions (Quoc-Dung, 2010) or even being deprived of promotion opportunities (e.g., applying for a professorship; B. Ha, 2018). In fact, plagiarism is avoidable when Vietnamese EFL teachers and researchers are aware of plagiarism conventions. Therefore, the purpose of this webinar is to familiarize Vietnamese EFL teachers with plagiarism-related concepts and to equip them with necessary techniques to avoid plagiarism and its consequences in the academic world. Specifically, the presenters will (1) provide definitions of copyright, fair use, and plagiarism, (2) present conventions that are required to avoid plagiarism, and (3) engage the participants in various practice activities. Throughout the webinar, the participants will have opportunities to quickly check their comprehension with quizzes and horn their citation skills with facilitated practice. Leaving the webinar, the participants will have a better understanding of plagiarism-related concepts and be able to apply common conventions to avoid plagiarism.
|Event Date||09-28-2019 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||09-28-2019 8:30 pm|
|Cut off date||09-07-2019 11:55 pm|