Following hard on the heels of our first and very enjoyable event on 15th October (my thanks again to Jane, Dan, Kate and Joanne), here are the details of our next event.
We are delighted to host Elsien Gale, a teacher based in Montpellier with a very broad range of teaching experience all over the world (see biography below), who is going to lead a very interactive workshop focusing on a couple of the topics you have requested!
Elsien's session will focus on student-centred teaching to support learner autonomy for French mother-tongue adults and she'll cover a wide range of contexts: groups and individuals, as well as face-to-face and by Skype or by telephone.
Theme: Student-Centred Teaching to Adults in France: individuals, groups and long-distance
Presenter: Elsien Gale
Date: Sat 5th November
Time: registration from 9.00am , event starts at 9.30am and finishes at 12.30pm
Venue: Usual venue in Central Toulouse; more details on registration
Cost: FREE for members, €8 for non-members (cheque or cash)
RSVP: by Friday 4th November (just after the holidays) to Protected content
Annual Colloquium News
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all of our Colloquium sponsors for their generous support:
ETS Global, Silver Sponsor - Conference Bags
Express Publishing, Bronze Sponsor - Coffee Break
Pearson, Bronze Sponsor - Co-sponsoring a regional TF event
A reminder of the TESOL France Crowdfunding initiative:
A message from the Vice-President, Csilla Jaray-Benn: TESOL France has launched an initiative to help four African teachers contribute to our Annual Colloquium #TFColloquium16 and hold a Panel Discussion on "Teaching in Africa". Please HELP us help teachers who help children connect with the world through English!
Please watch and read about our initiative and spread the word!
Click on the text: TESOL France Colloquium - Reaching out to teachers in Africa or go to the short link: Protected content
We hope to see you at our event!
Rosemary Bénard and the TESOL France Toulouse team
Biography Elsien Gale
I have been teaching English (and French, but that's a long time ago!) for many years, to all kinds of students: teenagers, a few children, adults of all levels or nationalities, different backgrounds, in different types of settings and a few different countries, like China, the Pacific, Britain, France, Belgium, Nepal … Some students came through their business, others were in state, language schools or summer schools, some were face-to-face individual learners, some were taught in groups, others received lessons via Skype or telephone, also individually or in groups.