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Termín:
9. 11. 2019 od 8 do 16 hodin

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR TEACHERS OF ENGLISH

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO INVITE YOU FOR THE 25TH P.A.R.K. CONFERENCE WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE IN BRNO ON THE 9TH OF NOVEMBER.

Special 25th edition at Mendel University:

Talks by internationally renowned speakers and a conference after-party to celebrate this occasion.

We are pleased to announce that there will be great sessions by renowned speakers including SCOTT THORNBURY.

The conference will consist of an opening plenary by SCOTT THORNBURY, followed by 3 rounds of talks/workshops and a closing plenary by PÉTER MEDGYES. In addition, there will be 2 rounds of commercial presentations during the lunch break. Throughout the conference you are free to choose any session that you would like to see but some sessions have a limited number of seats. The conference will finish with an after-party with great food & drinks and live chamber music.

Register before the 1st of October and you only pay 690 CZK for this special anniversary event which includes:

* A conference bag including a free copy of a coursebook

* Free entrance to the conference after-party with live chamber music.

YOU CAN REGISTER HERE

You can find more information on: http://www.zkouskypark.cz/cs/the-park-conference

Download practical information here.

We are looking forward to seeing you on the 9th of November!

Termín:
29. 10. 2019 od 11 anebo od 17 hodin

Simple Future: How do we REALLY talk about the future in English?

Will, be going to, present continuous, present simple, future perfect, future continuous, modals – even on occasion past tenses. There are a number of different ways to talk about the future in English. In this session, we'll look at how future time has traditionally been presented in coursebooks and grammar books in terms of function, and explore how helpful that approach is for our students – and, indeed, how accurate. We'll then look at the role formality, emphasis and sentence structure play in determining how we can and should talk about future situations

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O autorovi

Malcolm Mann

Malcolm Mann is an English language teacher and materials writer. He is the author or co-author of numerous ELT courses, including the Optimise, Laser and Destination series (all published by Macmillan), and has given presentations in many countries around the world. Malcolm lives and works in Greece, where he's responsible for the production of several levels of the L.A.A.S. English language exams. He is a former Chairperson of TESOL Greece. In his spare time, he's a partner in a bike shop and a cafe/bar in Athens.

Termín:
6. 11. 2019 od 11:00 anebo od 17:00 hodin

How English became such a tricky language to learn

English is sometimes said to be unusually hard, with inconsistent spelling, difficult pronunciation, confusing phrasal verbs and other features frequently cited as reasons. It is also sometimes called unusually simple, lacking grammatical gender, declension of nouns, complicated conjugations and other problems for learners. I will talk about the way some of English's unusual properties emerged in history. I will look at the processes of change in sound, vocabulary and grammar as a result of conquest from abroad and systematic shift from within; this perspective will give teachers a new way to understand (and perhaps also teach) English's peculiarities

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O autorovi

Malcolm Mann

Lane Greene is the language columnist and an editor at The Economist, based in London. Previous assignments have included culture, European business, law, energy, the environment, and American politics. He is based in London, after living in Berlin and New York.

Greene is the author of two books, Talk on the Wild Side (2018) and You Are What you Speak (2011), and won the journalism award from the Linguistic Society of America in 2017. He is a former adjunct assistant professor in Global Affairs at New York University, and is a consultant to Freedom House, a non-governmental organization.

He received an M.Phil. from Oxford in European politics, and a B.A. with honors from Tulane in international relations and history, and speaks nine languages.

Greene was born in Johnson City, Tennessee and grew up in Marietta, Georgia. He lives in London with his wife and sons.

Termín:
2019

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