TESOL-SPAIN 41st Annual National Convention

9-11 March 2018 - Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Speakers 2018 Cick here to download the latest provisional timetable March 9th, 2018.

Speaker's QuestionnaireDownload the speaker's questionnaire here.

Speakers' Introductory Videos

Clare Maas
"How Can Research Inform our ELT Materials Writing (MaWSIG)"
Saturday 09:00-10:30 (Room 0203)
Pedro Izuzquiza
"English through Music"
Saturday 09:00-10:30 (Room 2534)
Donal Thompson
"Try Poetry – it could be verse"
Saturday 09:00-10:30 (Room 0202)
Carol Read
"Paths to Literacy in Early Language Learning"
Saturday 10:45-11:45 (Room 2533)
Ruby Vurdien
"Enhancing Writing Skills via Mobile Learning and Wikis"
Saturday 10:45-11:45 (Room 2401)
Karen McGhie
"Expect More, Believe More, Achieve More"
Saturday 17:00-18:00 (Room 0204)
Mike Bilbrough
"Gesture: a tool for accelerated language exposure"
Sunday 11.45-12.45 (Room 1303)
Michelle Worgan
"Teaching Children in the (Mis)information Age"
Sunday 11.45-12.45 (Room 0203)
Dirk Lagerwaard
"Create the Pieces Together, Construct the Puzzle by Yourself"
Sunday 13:00-14:00 (Room 1304)
Daniel Brint
"Using Problemsolving Activities in the English Language Classroom"
Sunday 13:00-14:00 (Room 0205)

Nick Franklin
"Rhyme or Reason: sound parellelisms in the EFL classroom"
Sunday 10.15-11.15 (Room 1304)
Mike Bridge
"English is Alive! How to Keep our English Current"
Saturday 10.45-11.45

Speakers' Introductory Questionnaires
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Chris Kunz
"The Magic of Helping Students Sound Beautifully Natural in English"
Friday 19:00-20:30
Jo Sintes
"There is no Failure Only Feedback!"
Friday 19:00-20:30
Nicholas Catechis
"Developing Visual Literacy for English Learners"
Saturday 09:00-10:30
Beki Wilson
"Once upon a time"

Saturday 10:45-11:45
Jo Tomlinson & Fiona Aish
"The Art of Task Construction"
Saturday 10:45-11:45
Encarna Pérez
"Multilevelism in a
B1 Class"
Saturday 15:30-16:30
Mike Bridge
"English is Alive! How to Keep our English Current"
Saturday 10.45-11.45
Philip Cardiff
"Concordances in the
ELT classroom"
Saturday 15:30-16:30
Claire White
"Overcoming the Phrasal Verb Phobia"
Saturday 15:30-16:30
John Hughes
"Personalisation in an impersonal world"
Saturday 17:00-18:00
Carlos Rico Castillo
"Variability & Complexity in
L2 Writing Development"
Saturday 17:00-18:00
Dolores Gómez
"Inclusive ELT Classrooms: a
ticket to dance"
Sunday 09:00-10:00
Melania Di Napoli
"The Benefits of Extensive Reading in the ESL classroom"
Sunday 09:00-10:00
Christopher Foreman
"Gamify Your School and Motivate Your Learners!"
Sunday 09:00-10:00
Talila Kaiser
"Gamlish Card Games"

Sunday 10:15-11:15
Nicholas Franklin
"Rhyme or Reason? Sound Parallelisms in the Classroom"
Sunday 10:15-11:15
Hazel Watling
"Oral Error Correction: Why, When and How"
Sunday 11:45-12:45
Mike Bilbrough
"Gesture: a tool for accelerated language exposure"
Sunday 11:45-12:45
Rachael Harris
"Inclusive Practices and Wellbeing- the perfect combination for everyone"
Sunday 11:45-12:45
Amalia Grapa
"Making English Part of Your Young Learners’ Daily Life"
Sunday 13.00-14.00
Daniel Warchulski
"Promoting Autonomy in EFL Classrooms and Learners’ Motivational Dispositions"
Sunday 13:00-14:00
Chris Roland
"Christopher, You Must Be Joking"
Sunday 13.00-14.00