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1 PROGRAM July 8 th Session Speaker Room 7:30 8:20 Material Distribution :30-9:00 Opening Remarks Theater Plenary Jeff Kuhn (U.S. 9:00 10:15 Engagement, Authenticity and the Theater Embassy) Future of ELT Teaching 10:15-10:45 Coffee Break Coffee Break Patio Plenary 10:45 12:00 Facing New Challenges with Principled Teaching 12:00 14:00 Lunch Lunch 14:00-15:30 Workshop Minecraft: An Introduction to the Phenomenon Gaming and learning - face the connection * Once upon a time, teachers learning about writing Agora eu vejo você : Uma introdução à Educação Sistêmica Minicurso (Parte I) Najin Lima (Pearson) Jeff Kuhn (U.S. Embassy) Jorge Teixeira (OUP) Najin Lima (Pearson) Conceição Ferreira & Leo Costa (IBHBC/ ACBEU) Theater Portfolio Assessment in Foreign Language Teaching * Nola Senna (University of Illinois at Urbana) 6 15:30 16:00 Coffee Break Coffee Break Patio 16:00 16:30 Meeting with publishers OUP and Pearson Library 16:30 18:00 Workshop Autismo: Dilemas e estratégias para o aprendizado de uma segunda língua Ask, don t tell! The Future of ELT Some Suppositions Reflections on Reflective Teaching" Bruna Meneses & Raquel Guirra (ACBEU) Carol Espinosa & Maria Helena Meyer (ACBEU) Kyoto Hatakeyama & Raul Paraná (ACBEU) Carla Miranda & Nilton do Vale (ACBEU) Theater Games in the ESL Classroom " Isadora Guerra 7 - Paper (NUPEL/UFBA) * We recommend that participants bring either a computer (Win, Mac, Chromebook) or a tablet or smartphone (ios, Android) to be able to have access to some sites Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 1

2 PROGRAM July 9 th Session Speaker Room 8:30-9:45 Plenary Dorothy Zemach The Chocolate Museum (Macmillan) Theater 9:45-10:15 Coffee Break Coffee Break Patio 10:15-11:30 Plenary English as a Global Language and Sávio Siqueira Teacher Education: (UFBA) Critical Educators for an Intercultural Theater World 11:30 12:30 Cengage, Richmond, Meeting with publishers Macmillan Library 12:30 14:00 Lunch Lunch 14:00-15:30 Workshop Teaching Study Skills Games for the classroom Agora eu vejo você : Uma introdução à Educação Sistêmica Minicurso (Parte II) How can we improve interactivity in the 21st Century education? Videos, songs and games Dorothy Zemach (Macmillan) Jeff Kuhn (U.S. Embassy) Leo Costa e Conceição Ferreira (ACBEU/ IBHBC) Carolina Espinosa & Jorge Mendes (ACBEU) Ligia Lederman (Disal) How to help our students enhance critical thinking skills through visual literacy Ayrton Lambert (Cengage) 7 15:30-15:40 15:45 17:00 Plenary Top Down & Bottom Up Processing in Alberto Costa Theater Receptive Skills Development (Richmond) 17:00-18:00 Closing (raffle, certificate, cocktail) Theater/Patio Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 2

3 ABSTRACTS: Plenary Sessions: Engagement, Authenticity and the Future of ELT Teaching Jeff Kuhn (U.S. Embassy) This presentation provides and overview of Computer Assisted Language Learning theory and how Web 2.0 tools can provide students and teachers alike opportunities for authentic language use and engagement with communities of practice. Facing New Challenges with Principled Teaching Najin Lima (Pearson) The theme of this plenary derives from some disturbing while enlightening meetings I had with some youngsters who could be our students. The different situations led me to question myself about my relevance as a teacher for this generation and to reconsider the content I bring into class. The Chocolate Museum - Dorothy Zemach (Macmillan) I may not have been the best teacher and they may have not gotten very far in their textbook, but we had FUN, blogs a new ESL teacher. Teachers strive to create an enjoyable classroom atmosphere with motivating topics and texts, new and entertaining activities. Teachers worry that a class that is difficult or boring will displease students. The presenter argues that learning is a more desired outcome than entertainment. By keeping our students from the real work of learning, we are disadvantaging them. This lecture and discussion examines classroom goals and techniques for making studying both successful and enjoyable. English as a Global Language and Teacher Education: Critical Educators for an Intercultural World - Sávio Siqueira (UFBA) The globality of English is already well-documented. Such a phenomenon has undoubtedly contributed to transgressing borders and generated important implications at several levels, including teacher education. As the great majority of English users nowadays are non-native bilinguals, and their main goal is to communicate with one another both intra and internationally (Ur 2010), teachers are to be aware of the fact that people need to learn English under a lingua franca perspective (Seidlhofer 2011) in order to function effectively in our current society of transcultural flows (Pennycook 2007). In other words, we need critical intercultural professionals for an intercultural world. Taking into consideration the urge for an epistemic break which envisions possibilities and strategies for transformation, liberation, and transgression in ELT (Kumaravadivelu 2012), the lecture aims to raise and discuss questions relevant to English teacher education in countries like Brazil, where there is still a notorious dependency on inner-circle countries orientations and knowledge systems, highlighting the importance of proposing, among other things, course and curricula re-conceptualization, reevaluation of assessment systems, decolonization of materials production, (re)construction of a more adequate profile of future teachers, and ultimately the adoption of an appropriate pedagogy capable of empowering local teachers in the search for local solutions to the challenges contemporary linguistic education has been imposing on them. Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 3

4 Top Down & Bottom Up Processing in Receptive Skills Development - Alberto Costa (Richmond) Reading and listening materials are easily available from many sources, instantly generated by Ts and abundant in course books. However, in many cases the abundance of such materials is not synonymous with variety either in approaches or in task types. In this presentation we will look at different top down and bottom up processes to reading and listening. We will a) start with an overview of schema theory; b) categorise a number of approaches into top down/bottom up processing; c) adapt tasks for reading and listening materials with a view to ensuring Sts are exposed to more variety in class Workshops: Minecraft: An Introduction to the Phenomenon - Jeff Kuhn (U.S. Embassy) Minecraft is being used across the world as a classroom tool. This session introduces teachers to the game and explores how it can be used in the language classroom. This presentation will also introduce the theoretical justification for the use of games in the language classroom. Gaming and Learning - Face the Connection - Jorge Teixeira (OUP) Much has been said about game theory literature. Theorists and video game designers have a mission: How to place what's behind the context of games into an educative framework? This session aims to pinpoint a few features of effective gamers that can be optimized when applied to the learning environment. Once upon a time, teachers learning about writing - Najin Lima (Pearson) The main aim of this workshop is to demystify the idea that the teaching of writing is somehow intrinsically connected to formality, complexity or boredom. Underlying most of the presentation is the concept of genres. Reflections will be drawn from practical activities during the meeting. Portfolio Assessment in Foreign Language Teaching - Nola Senna (University of Illinois at Urbana) Foreign language educators must find assessments that meet their key instructional needs. Portfolio assessment is the systematic longitudinal collection of works based on specific learning objectives and evaluated within certain criteria. This presentation is intended as an introduction to the topic and draws upon the theories of multi-skill levels and learner autonomy. Autismo: Dilemas e estratégias para o aprendizado de uma segunda língua - Bruna Meneses e Raquel Guirra (ACBEU) Este workshop se propõe a discutir as questões que fazem parte do dia a dia da aprendizagem de alunos com espectro autista no ambiente de curso livre de inglês, levando em consideração as dificuldades de alunos e professores, quanto às questões relativas à inclusão, aceitação e desenvolvimento infanto-juvenil. Workshop em português. Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 4

5 Ask, don t tell! Carol Espinosa e Maria Helena Meyer (ACBEU) One of the most frequent teachers complaints is that students don t talk in class. Our experience as trainers shows us that in many stances, the reason for this is because there are not many opportunities during class time for real, genuine communication. High TTT (teacher talking time), spoon-feeding and focus on teaching rather than on learning are some elements that prevent students from developing their speaking skills. This workshop invites teachers to reflect on the way they plan and deliver their classes and how their attitude can promote interaction, stimulate the creative use of the target language, foster learner autonomy and maximize student-student interaction. We will also present some techniques that the teacher can use to avoid doing for the students what they can do for themselves. The Future of ELT Some Suppositions - Kyoto Hatakeyama & Raul Paraná (ACBEU) One of the most important things we do as teachers is reflecting on our own practices. We invite you to think with us about the future of ELT and our roles as teachers in this new, fastpaced, ever-changing world. Your input will be more than welcome as we present some of our suppositions. Reflections on Reflective Teaching - Carla Miranda & Nilton do Vale (ACBEU) Routine in teaching without any reflection can lead to burnout on the job. Teachers of English, both preservice and experienced, have to be careful of the 'busy teacher syndrome' whereby they come into the classroom and follow the book because they are too busy to reflect on what they are doing. Therefore, our main purpose is to share ideas and experiences, discuss our beliefs and ponder over our classes and planning. Teaching Study Skills - Dorothy Zemach (Macmillan) They should have learned study skills in high school. Yes but what if they didn t? University students sometimes arrive with brain power and drive, but without the organization and habits necessary for academic success. The presenter will demonstrate useful techniques for teaching and practicing academic study skills. Games for the Classroom - Jeff Kuhn (U.S. Embassy) Teachers may be interested in incorporating games into their classroom practice but may be unsure where to begin. This workshop will introduce instructions to a variety of no-cost games online that can be used for a variety of classroom activities. Participants will be introduced to transformative games, games that are designed for learning and social responsibility, that exists outside of mass market commercial games. How can we improve interactivity in the 21st Century education? Carol Espinosa & Jorge Mendes (ACBEU) Interaction is a crucial component of the education process. But which interactional pattern (student with teacher, student with student, student with content) leads to deeper and better learning? In this workshop we attempt to question the efficacy of some common delivery modes and offer participants some tips and suggestions on how to improve interactivity in brick and mortar, blended or online courses. Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 5

6 Videos, songs and games - Ligia Lederman (Disal) We believe that the purpose of teaching lies in getting students to truly understand concepts, relate to meaningful activities and above all, have fun. Teaching has a formative effect on the mind, character and physical ability of an individual. Having said that, we believe our classroom must be a place where students are able to relate their everyday activities to the tasks done inside the classroom. Games, songs and films play a significant part of all our lives. Games develop not only our physical and emotional abilities but they also teach us rules and values, while songs and videos stimulate the pleasure areas of our brains. We all develop different learning strategies during our life. For this reason, teachers need to provide different stimuli in the classroom. Games, songs and videos can be used in the classroom as a tool for the social, emotional and intellectual development as they include all the skills that should be developed in a language classroom. This workshop will guide teachers on how to use games, songs and videos in the language classes. We will sing, watch films, play board games and card games. We ll also talk about the theory that underlies game playing, listening to music and watching films. How to help our students enhance critical thinking skills through visual literacy - Ayrton Lambert (Cengage) Analyzing visual images is an excellent way to address persuasive argumentation and introduce students to rhetorical concepts. In this workshop, participants will learn to help their students to hone their critical thinking skills by examining the deeper meanings of photos, illustrations and graphic design elements Mini Course: Agora eu vejo você, uma introdução à Educação Sistêmica Conceição Ferreira (IBHBC) e Leo Costa (ACBEU) Nesse mini-curso de 3:00 horas os participantes terão a oportunidade de conhecer os fundamentos básicos da Educação Sistêmica e experimentar algumas ferramentas importantes para tornar mais leve o dia-a-dia escolar, através da aplicação das Ordens do Amor, segundo Bert Hellinger. Curso em português. Paper: Theater Games in the ESL Classroom Isadora Guerra (NUPEL/UFBA) This paper researches the use of theater games in the ESL classroom through improvisation, instead of the typical pre-rehearsed role playing activities. Its corpus is based on Viola Spolin s theater games database adapted for pre-intermediary to advanced students. As a result, it aims to engage students on learning through experience.. SPEAKER S BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Alberto Costa - (Dip RSA) has been a teacher and teacher trainer for over 27 years. He is a CELTA tutor, DELTA local tutor and oral examiner for the Cambridge Exams. He works as an Academic Consultant for Cultura Inglesa Recife. Ayrton Lambert - With 27 years of teaching experience, Ayrton also develops proficiency courses for language schools and consultancy for publishing houses. Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 6

7 Bruna Meneses Aluna de Psicologia, estagiária do Serviço de Orientação Psicopedagógica da Acbeu Carla Miranda has been and EFL teacher for almost 20 years. Currently teaching at ACBEU, her main interests are teacher development and teacher training. Carol Espinosa has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer for around 20 years. Her interests are Young Learners and Education Technology. Conceição Ferreira é pedagoga, psicoterapeuta, com formação em Educação Sistêmica e Constelações Familiares pelo IBHBC. Dorothy Zemach taught ESL for over 18 years, in Asia, Africa, and the US. She holds an MA in TESL from the School for International Training in Vermont, USA. Now she concentrates on writing, editing, and publishing ELT materials and textbooks and conducting teacher training workshops. Her areas of specialty and interest are teaching writing, teaching reading, business English, academic English, testing, and humor. Isadora Guerra is a former ACBEU student with a B.A in Theater. She s enrolled on Post- Graduation Studies Program and works at NUPEL. Jeff Kuhn - PhD candidate in the Educational Technology division of the Patton College of Education at Ohio University. Jeff taught EFL in Japan and served in Peace Corps Mongolia as a teacher trainer before receiving his MA in Linguistics. He worked as a consultant on the U.S. Department of State s Trace Effects, a video game for English language learners around the world. Jeff has presented extensively on games and learning both nationally and internationally. His research interests include: Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), games and learning, and second-language writing. Jorge Mendes has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer for around 25 years. His interests are Teacher Development and education in the 21st century. Jorge Teixeira - Teacher trainer, passionate user of effective use of technology in the classroom. Degree in Letras, postgrad in Materials Design (University of Southampton UK); 25 year-teaching experience. Former board member at the Braz-Tesol Brasilia - Goiania Regional Chapter. Current ELT Educational Consultant for Oxford University Press. Kyoto Hatakeyama has been an English teacher for 25 years. Leo Costa é educador há 23 anos e atualmente ocupa a função de Coordenador Acadêmico na ACBEU. Tem formação em Educação Sistêmica pelo IBHBC (Instituto Bert Hellinger Brasil Central). Ligia Lederman is a specialist in Applied Linguistics to Teaching Foreign Languages (UNICAMP). She worked as an English teacher for Fundamental II, as an Oral Practice and Methodology professor at Faculdade de Letras. She s a co-author of English teaching materials for Fundamental I (Anglo/Editora Abril) and also materials designed to give support to English teachers (DISAL). She s the director and pedagogical coordinator of a Language Institute. Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 7

8 Maria Helena Meyer is a SIT Certified Trainer and has extensive experience as a language teacher, teacher trainer, curriculum and materials development. She developed several projects in primary and secondary schools, language schools and NGOs. Currently, she works as the Coordinator of Academic Development at ACBEU. Her current interests are teaching teenagers and adults and professional development. Najin Lima - Degree in Languages, MA in Linguistics, Post-graduation in Material Development (London University), ICELT. ELT/ELE academic coordinator Pearson Nilton do Vale has been a teacher of both English and Portuguese for foreigners for 27 years. He taught both languages in the US and also in different places in Brazil. He s been teaching at ACBEU for the past 6 years. He s specially interested in grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Since 2014, he has also taught English for 3 rd grade high-school students at Sartre COC. Nola Senna - Experienced educator for over 30 years, having lived and worked in three continents, Nola considers herself a citizen of the world. Raquel Cardoso Guirra Psicóloga, Orientadora Psicopedagógica da Acbeu. Raul Paraná is a teacher and trainer. He holds a CELTA and currently works at ACBEU and Colégio Cândido Portinari. Sávio Siqueira - PhD in Letters and Linguistics, Assistant Professor at UFBA, Department of Germanic Languages Atualizado em 30/06/15 pág. 8

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