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Wed Mar 11 2009

Confs: Applied Linguistics/Iran

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        1.    Kourosh Lachini, IAU - Current Trends in ELT and Assessment


Message 1: IAU - Current Trends in ELT and Assessment
Date: 10-Mar-2009
From: Kourosh Lachini <klachinigmail.com>
Subject: IAU - Current Trends in ELT and Assessment
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IAU - Current Trends in ELT and Assessment
Short Title: IAUELT

Date: 01-May-2009 - 04-May-2009
Location: Tehran, Iran
Contact: Kourosh Lachini
Contact Email: klachinigmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.iauseminar.info/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Current Trends in English Language Teaching and Assessment is the first
nation-wide international seminar in the field of English Language Teaching
sponsored by the IAU (Islamic Azad University) and held at the Campus of Science
and Research of this university in Tehran, Iran. The invited speakers are:
Rod Ellis, J.D. Brown, Christine Coombe, Roger Nunn, Zohreh Eslami Rasekh, Jane
Hoelker, Joseph Robert Harrison, Lawrence Metzger, and Kourosh Lachini who is
also the chair of this seminar.
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