IATEFL Manchester 2015
Cambridge English at IATEFL 2015
Visit stands 1-7 for a trip to Cambridge complete with souvenir photograph.
From the launch of our brand new general English course, Empower, to the 30th anniversary of the world’s favourite grammar series, we’ve got plenty to celebrate at IATEFL! Come along to stand 1-7 to discover our latest releases and find new editions of your favourite products. We’re offering at least 20% off all Cambridge ELT material, with up to 30% off selected Grammar in Use titles throughout the conference.
Cambridge English events
We’ve got a wide range of exciting events taking place throughout the conference – we’ll be toasting some of our favourite courses with a glass of bubbly, celebrating the success of our Cambridge English scholarship winners, and debating the role of teachers’ own language use in the classroom. Don’t miss out, put these events in your diary now...
Cambridge English Empower - Saturday 11 April, afternoon coffee break, Stand 1-7
Raise a glass of bubbly to our new adult general English course and take part in a Q&A with our authors!
Cambridge English Teacher - Sunday 12 April, afternoon coffee break, Stand 1-7
Join us to celebrate our three scholarship winners and find out how Cambridge English Teacher can support your professional development. There’s 50% off a year’s membership when you sign up at the stand!
The Language Debate - Sunday 12 April, 11.45-13.00, Charter 2-3
Join our panel of experts to discuss the role of teachers’ own language use in the classroom and receive a free chapter of the new Assessing Language Teachers’ Professional Skills and Knowledge, edited by Rosemary Wilson and Monica Poulter.
30 Years of Grammar in Use - Monday 13 April, afternoon coffee break, Stand 1-7
We’ll be celebrating the anniversary of English Grammar in Use with cake and a glass of bubbly. You can also take part in our 30-second grammar quiz for your chance to win some great prizes!
11 April – 14 April 2015
Manchester, United Kingdom
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