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Category Archives: eltforum.sk 2013
by Lyn Steyne It’s been almost 3 weeks since the conference and in that time participants and speakers alike have posted pictures, blog posts and even their presentations. Here are the ones we know about: Ken Wilson’s sessions: you may … Continue reading
Editor’s note: On the afternoon of Saturday, 8 June 2013, Mark Andrews and Lynda Steyne facilitated a Round-Table with eltforum.sk 2013 speakers and participants. First, in groups of six, everyone shared what they had got out of the conference. Then, … Continue reading
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Vladica Rakić An Interview by Lynda Steyne In recent years, there’s been a major push in Slovak schools, and in English programs, to teach using CLIL (Content and language integrated learning). Vladica Rakić comes uniquely … Continue reading
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Jeremy Taylor An Interview by Martina Bednáriková Every writer needs a certain amount of inspiration, talent and luck. But getting a book published is also about having a winning mindset. It means holding on and … Continue reading
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Gabrielle Jones An Interview by Lynda Steyne The world of teaching business English can be cutthroat as many people, native and non-native speakers, feel that since they speak the language, of course, they can teach … Continue reading
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Soňa Kondelová An Interview by Martina Bednáriková Every idea has the potential to grow and make something of itself. However, this often requires overcoming serious obstacles. Soňa Kondelová, who is giving a workshop with Andrea Billíková … Continue reading
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Dijana Markovic Hajdarhodzic An Interview by Martina Bednáriková Can teachers, English teachers, really change their worlds? Is there something more that we might be called to do in our chosen profession? Dijana Markovic Hajdarhodzic of … Continue reading
Lejla Sarić: Teachers, especially English teachers, can do so much more for this country than politicians.
An interview with eltforum.sk presenter: Lejla Sarić An Interview by Martina Bednáriková There is simply nothing that can prevent a group of enthusiastic teachers from establishing their own association, even in a country with a very complicated political and educational system. The … Continue reading