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LINGUIST List 17.2337

Wed Aug 16 2006

Confs: Applied Ling/Thailand

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        1.    Rananda Rungnaphawet, Facing EFL Challenges

Message 1: Facing EFL Challenges
Date: 15-Aug-2006
From: Rananda Rungnaphawet <aek_rungyahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Facing EFL Challenges

Facing EFL Challenges

Date: 27-Nov-2006 - 29-Nov-2006
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Contact: Assistant Professor Wattawan Sa-nguanruang
Contact Email: wattanawan.schula.ac.th
Meeting URL: http://www.culi.chula.ac.th

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Chulalongkorn University Language Institute's (CULI) 2006 International Conference
"Facing EFL Challenges"
27 th - 29th November 2006
The Ambassador Hotel & Convention
Bangkok, Thailand


The field of second or foreign language teaching has undergone many fluctuations
and changes over the years. As scholars, administrators, teachers, and
stakeholders, we are seeking ways to help our learners to succeed in school.
Through advances in technology and innovative pedagogical approaches, teachers
have become more confident, creative, and well-rounded. To keep abreast of
current trends and innovations in EFL/ESL theories and practices, interested
parties attend both national and international seminars and conferences. To help
professionals achieve these goals and meet new challenges in the classroom, CULI
is pleased to announce its 2006 International Conference 'Facing EFL
Challenges', a forum for sharing views and expanding teaching and research


1. To examine different innovative language teaching
2. To explore new challenges in EFL/ESL and consider ways
that can be used to cope with the challenges
3. To investigate new ways in using IT in teaching and
4. To study the demand and optimum use of the new technology
5. To exchange ideas and experiences to enhance teachers'
professional development
6. To give exposure to cutting-edge themes and concurrent
academic sessions

Topic Areas:

- Professional Development
- Curriculum/Materials Development
- Technology in Education
- English for Specific Purposes
- Assessment/Testing
- EFL/ESL research/review
- Approaches in EFL/ESL Teaching
- Self Access Learning Center
- Quality Assurance in EFL/ESL
- Learner Autonomy

Confirmed Guest Speakers (by alphabetical order)

1. MaryAnn Christison, University of Utah
2. Richard Donato, University of Pittsburgh
3. Michael Kibby, State University of New York, Buffalo
4. Leo van Lier, Monterey Institute of International Studies
5. Andrew Littlejohn, author, Cambridge University Press
6. Adrian Palmer, University of Utah
7. Luke Prodromou, author, Macmillan
8. Hayo Reinders, University of Auckland
9. Peter Upton, Country Director, British Council, Thailand

Expected Outcomes:

The conference aims to provide participants with

1. theoretical and practical knowledge in innovative
pedagogical approaches.
2. awareness and advice on preparing for new challenges in
the field of EFL/ESL.
3. information on how to apply technology and IT in
teaching and research.
4. a networking environment in which to build new and
ongoing relationships to enrich their professional

Date and Venue:

27th - 29th November 2006 at The Ambassador Hotel &
Convention, Bangkok, Thailand

Registration fee:

- Local: baht 3,500 for local speakers
baht 3,800 for local participants
- Overseas: US$ 120 for overseas speakers
US$ 150 for overseas participants
The registration fee covers:
- participation in the sessions
- conference materials
- three lunches and six coffee breaks
- selected papers


All correspondence and inquiries should be addressed to:
Assistant Professor Wattanawan Sanguanruang
Head of Seminar
Chulalongkorn University Language Institute
Prem Purachatra Building
Phayathai Road
Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: (66-2) 218-6031, 218-6039
Fax: (66-2) 218-6031, 254-7670
E-mail: chula.ac.th>
Website: www.culi.chula.ac.th
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