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ELT Russia
English Language Teaching in the Russian Federation

A message to all members of ELT Russia:

Five EFL teachers, participants of the Prject, from Moscow, Kirov, Kazan, Lipetsk and St.Petersburg who teach blind and visually impaired students, have started their 10- day visit to the U.S. on March 15 th. You can ask them questions through their blog at the ELT- RUSSIA.NING.COM

They will be posting their impressions and photos.

To learn more, visit the ELT Russia Ning.

Visit ELT Russia at: http://elt-russia.ning.com


Welcome to elt-russia.ning.com!  Please join!

Ning is a social networking site similar to Facebook, v kontakte or odnoklassniki.  The main difference is that it a “closed” system, containing only English language teaching professionals who either work in Russia or are connected to English teaching in Russia.  It is also a platform that allows us to:

• Exchange ideas through “Forum” discussions
• Get one-on-one feedback on key topics from specialists
• Find English teachers with similar interests
• Learn about upcoming ELT events
• Swap photos
• Recommend websites, videos and books
• And more…

To become a member of http://elt-russia.ning.com/, all you need is an email address.  Because this is a closed network primarily for ELT professionals in Russia, an invitation to join is required.  If you want to join, you can simply email moscowelo@state.gov  to request an invitation or ask any current member to invite you.

ELT Russia
English Language Teaching in the Russian Federation
A message to all members of ELT Russia
A Workshop Series for Teachers of English Hoping to Present at NATE 2012 in Yaroslavl
The next NATE conference will be held in Yaroslavl in May 2012, bringing together nearly a thousand of Russia’s English teachers to share their best practices for English teaching and to learn from international and Russian experts.
Would you like to be one of those presenting teachers?  It all begins with a great proposal, and it’s not too soon to begin thinking about it.
In this workshop series, to be held once a month between October 2011 and May 2012, participants will work through all the necessary steps of creating a great proposal :
• brainstorming, choosing and refining a topic
• drafting a  proposal and getting peer feedback
• polishing it so it grabs the attention of the conference committee
And then - since we’re going to assume high acceptance rates! – we’ll work on creating the best possible presentations, from designing effective PowerPoint slides to speaking with clarity and animation.
The workshop will be facilitated by Senior English Language Fellow Toni Hull – but it will operate as a collaborative project, with all participants helping each other.
Those who commit to being part of the group will meet approximately once a month until the conference in May, and also work with each other online.
Questions?  Contact Toni Hull, th.in.tesol@hotmail.com
Note:  In order to participate in this workshop, you must be a teacher of English.
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English for Specific Purposes. Disc presentation
Mark Twain Treasure Event, TELTA 2010
ATES (Annual cross-cultural film-based contest) April, 6, 2011

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