Lima, Peru: ICPNA hosts English Language Teaching international conference

As part of its ongoing commitment towards professional development, ICPNA will hold the 2nd ELT Horizons International Conference, which will be an invaluable opportunity to learn about the latest trends and innovations of English language teaching today.

The inspiration for this annual event is the need to communicate the latest innovations in English language teaching around the world, with a focus on those themes and topics that are "on the horizon" representing the most current concerns of professionals in the field.

Scott Thornbury, David Nunan, Paulette Dale and Deborah Phillips will share their insights and experiences in the hope that participants will be able to broaden their background knowledge of English language teaching, learn how to improve their instructional practices in the classroom for greater student learning, and engage in reflection and exploration about the key issues being presented even after the event has come to an end.

In addition, an array of other English language teaching specialists, from Peru, the U.S., and the U.K. will offer a wide variety of additional academic presentations and workshops through local concurrent session blocks. The topics to be addressed at the event include: student motivation, effective grammar instruction, brain-based research and learning, action research, learner-centered classes, critical thinking skills, oral proficiency, collocations and vocabulary acquisition, learner autonomy and many more.

For more information you can visit ICPNA’S website (link) or e-mail postmaster@icpna.edu.pe


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