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Pakize Uludag, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar
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TESOL 2016: BUILDING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PROGRAMS OF MULTIPLE LITERACIES IN EFL CONTEXTS
Jane Hoelker, Mario Lopez-Gopar, & Ke Xu

In a digitalized world, how can we help our 21st century learners deal with multiple literacies? The presenters of this TESOL 2016 EFLIS InterSection expand on the session content. Read More

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TESOL 2016: CRITICAL THINKING IN EFL CONTEXTS: PERSPECTIVES, INTERPRETATIONS, AND APPLICATIONS
Isabela Villas Boas, Thu Tran, Toni Hull, Tony Newman, & Gabriela Kleckova

Developing critical thinking skills in English language classes has been a topic of discussion for a few years now. However, the state of instruction varies across different EFL contexts. The presenters of this TESOL 2016 EFLIS academic session expand on the session content. Read More

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TESOL 2016: ENHANCING TRADITIONAL PRACTICE THROUGH DIGITAL VIDEO PROJECTS
Vinícius Lemos, Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brazil

Video projects have always been common in educational settings. Read More

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TESOL 2016: UNDERSTANDING EFL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FROM THREE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES - QATAR, CHILE, AND TURKEY
Donald Freeman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

Professional development is meant to shape what teachers do and thus what their students learn. This colloquium reports on an ongoing large-scale research project examining public-sector EFL teaching in Chile, Turkey, and Qatar in which teachers’ understandings of what they learned and used from professional development were analyzed. Here, one of the colloquium presenters expands on the session content. Read More

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TESOL 2016: DEVELOPING TEACHERS' USE OF ENGLISH IN THE CLASSROOM
Anne Katz, The New School, San Francisco, California, USA

Supporting teachers’ use of English in the classroom is a major educational reform goal around the world. How this use of English relates to general proficiency is a central question for teacher development. Here, one of the presenters of this session expands on session content, which examines how public-sector teachers in 23 countries have used ELTeach to develop their classroom English. Read More

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