CLIL: Ideas and Issues - Benevento, 10th March 2010
Cambridge University Press, Helbling Languages and Università degli Studi del Sannio are pleased to invite all teachers of English to the conference
CLIL: IDEAS AND ISSUES
Wednesday 10th March 2010 8.30 am –1.00 pm
Università degli Studi del Sannio – AULA MAGNA
Via delle Puglie 82 - Benevento
8:30 Accoglienza dei partecipanti
9:00 - Massimo Squillante, Preside Facoltà di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali, Università degli Studi del Sannio
Indirizzo di saluto
9:15 - Giulia Papoff, Direttore del Centro Linguistico di Ateneo, Università degli Studi del Sannio
Antonella Napolitano, Docente di Lingua Inglese, Università degli Studi del Sannio
Apertura dei lavori
9:30 Olha Madylus
Plenary: CLIL for Teenagers? What the doctor ordered?
10:15 Tito Lombardo
Workshop: Let's focus on..... learners!
11:00 Coffee Break & Materials Exhibition
11:30 Julia Starr Keddle
Plenary: Teen spirit - Tapping into the teen world
12:15 Olha Madylus
Workshop - Practical applications of CLIL for Teens
13:00 Rilascio attestati
Olha Madylus began her teaching career as a secondary state school teacher in the UK, teaching English and Drama. She has been involved in YLELT for over 20 years, living, teaching and training in the UK, Hong Kong, Venezuela and Greece. She also does consultation and teacher training for the British Council global teaching network. In addition to all this she is a Cambridge ESOL CELTA and CELTYL trainer. Olha is interested in the whole range of Young Learners from the age of 5 to 18.
Julia Starr Keddle is an EFL writer, materials developer and teacher trainer. She has a degree in English Literature from Sussex University and a PGCE in English and Teaching English as a Foreign Language from Didsbury College, Manchester. She lived and worked in Italy for more than 10 years, first teaching at the British School in Florence, where she got her RSA Diploma in TEFLA, and then going on to teach English and translation at the University of Florence. She has also taught in the UK at the Bell School, Norwich and NILE, Norwich, including training Italian teachers, courses in materials development, and has run various training workshops in Italy. When she returned to England she worked as an editor of EFL school books for a UK publisher, developing a range of successful course books for Italy. She then decided to pursue a career in writing, where she is able to combine her creativity with her teaching and course development experience, and in the past seven years has written a variety of materials. Julia and her husband, Martyn Hobbs are co-author of a new coursebook for the Scuola Superiore For Real. Julia is especially interested in teen development, interactional language and personal and ‘soft skills’. A particular area of interest which informs her writing and training is the Common European Framework on which she has written articles.
Tito Lombardo has lived and worked in Italy for more than 15 years, first teaching at the British School in Milan, where he later became DOS, and then going on to become and ELT Consultant, initially with Oxford University Press (8 years) and for the past 5 years with Cambridge University Press, a qualified teacher trainer, he has conducted various workshops and given seminars in different countries worldwide. Tito is especially interested in teen development, interactional language and motivational type activities.
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