KATE International Conference

2015 KATE International Conference

Theme: Shaping the Past, Leading the Future of English Education in Korea: KATE 50th Anniversary Date: July 3-4 (Friday-Saturday), 2015 Venue: K Hotel, Seoul, Korea Proposal Submission Deadline: February 10, 2015
Invited Speakers (as of November 1, 2014)
 - Diane Belcher (Georgia State University)
 - William Grabe (Northern Arizona University)
 - Eli Hinkel (Seattle University)
 - Andy Curtis (TESOL president-elect)
The Korea Association of Teachers of English (KATE) is now accepting presentation proposals for the 2015 KATE International Conference.
Proposals which focus on the conference theme will receive initial consideration; however, all proposals on English language teaching including the following topic areas are welcome.
1. Approaches and Methodologies 2. Curriculum / Materials
3. Use of ICT in Language Teaching 4. International/Intercultural Communication
5. Material Writing and Design 6. Second Language Acquisition
7. English Language Testing 8. Teaching Young Learners
9. Language Policy  10. Other Areas in ELT
Types of Presentations
1. Research paper 25 minutes
2. Teaching demonstration 25 minutes
3. Poster presentation  60 minutes
Proposals must include both a 250-word abstract and a 50-word biodata. They must be submitted via email. Please use the attached form for your submission and email your proposal to Sang-Keun Shin at kateprogram2015@gmail.com by February 10, 2015.
Presenters will be notified by March 10, 2015.

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