April 28, 2017
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Missouri State University English Language Institute
|410||Warm Up to Wake Up||Davy (Dung) Tran
Features in the Acquisition of English Relative Clauses by Chinese ESL Learners
|410||Where Does an Error End and Language Change Begin?||Terry Barakat and
|401||Turning Listening on its Ear||
North Kansas City Schools
|410||Lessons from CELTA: Using Frameworks||Phil Bridges
|401||Motivating Saudi learners||
|Sign up for one of the networking lunch groups in the 4th floor lobby (or eat lunch on your own).|
|410||Understanding the Value of Imagination in Language Learning||Faeze Safari
ETS research scholar
|401||Explaining the Rules of English Grammar to Arabic Speakers||Samah Faqeeh
|1:30||Plenary and Discussion|
|410||Lessons from the Summit on the Future of the TESOL Profession||
Director of the Applied English Center at the University of Kansas
All sessions will be in the Morris Center at 301 S. Jefferson Ave in downtown Springfield, Missouri. There is no charge for attending the conference.
Please email any questions to Phil Bridges at email@example.com
Note that presentation documents were provided by the presenter; MSU has not verified the originality of any of the materials; the author is fully responsible for following Copyright laws.
We are located in the Jim D. Morris Center, which is on the north (downtown) side of Missouri State University's Springfield campus.
301 South Jefferson Ave, Springfield, MO 65806
For more information, you can view the ELI's Contact page.
You can view an MSU campus visitor map here. We are building number 142 (2-D block).
*For the most part, you can ignore the "max 2 hours" signs in the highlighted areas.
Restaurants located in the downtown region (some of these are not in walking distance).
You can also search lodgings here.
*Note that we are not endorsing any of these businesses; this information is provided for your assistance.
Yes. All rooms have computers running Microsoft Windows 10, a projector, sound system, and various input cables. Someone will be available to log you in before you present. You will not be able to set up in advance because the computers reset their image after each log out, which means that everything is deleted.
I suggest bringing everything on a flash drive or having an online presentation ready (think Google Presentation or Prezi). However, you could theoretically bring your laptop and plug it in to our tech carts with the cables that are already available there; however, the chances for unexplainable failure are higher.
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