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IATEFL BESIG Programme Day Schedule 2011


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IATEFL BESIG Programme Day Schedule 2011

  1. 1.                                                                     Programme  Day                                Sunday,  April  17               Schedule     Session  2.4  14.35-­‐15.35  (Syndicate  1)  (60  minutes)           Session  2.1  10.25-­‐10.55  (Room  6)  (30  minutes)          Prof  Chockalingam  Meenakshisundaram,  India   Roy  Bicknell,  The  Netherlands          Teaching  reader  perspective  in  business  writing          How  do  you  make  your  students  THINK?              Coffee  Break  10.55-­‐11.30          Coffee  Break  15.35-­‐16.10              Session  2.2  11.30-­‐12.15  (Room  6)  (45  minutes)            Session  2.5  16.10-­‐16.40  (Room  6)  (30  minutes)          Rachel  Clark,  UK          Mercedes  Viola,  Uruguay          Doing  business  with  a  spoken  corpus:  Grammar  in          The  many  roles  we  perform  as  business  English   action   trainers              Lunch  Break  12.15-­‐13.35   Session  2.6  16.55-­‐17.40  (Syndicate  2)  (45  minutes)            Steve  Flinders,  UK  and  Ian  MacMaster,  Germany          Session  2.3  13.35-­‐14.20    (Room  6)  (45  minutes)          Communicating  internationally  in  English          Evelina  Miscin,  Croatia          The  power  of  presentation       Session  2.7  17.55-­‐18.40  (Room  6)  (45  minutes)          BESIG  Open  Forum                            Open  Forum  Sponsors     Speakers           Session  2.1   Session  2.2   Session  2.3     Teaching  reader  perspective   Doing  business  with  a  spoken   The  power  of   in  business  writing corpus:  Grammar  in  action presentation Chockalingam   Rachel  Clark   Evelina  M iscin   Meenakshisundaram     Session  2.4     Session  2.5   How  do  you  make  your   The  many  roles  we  p erform   students  THINK? as  business  English  t rainers Session  2.6   Roy  Bicknell   Mercedes  Viola   Ian  McMaster   Communicating   internationally  in     English BESIG,  the  Business  English  Special  Interest   BESIG Group  of  IATEFL,  is  a  truly  professional  body   representing  the  interests  and  serving  the  needs   of  a  global  business  English  teaching  community.     Website:   Steve  Flinders