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Thank you people. Just thought it odd the event wasn't signposted on the website.

Regards,

Akeel

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On 23 Jul 2018, at 10:39, Mary Osmaston <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

This link seems to be only for joining the actual event, whereas there is usually a way to sign up in advance and then be sent a link to join.  I presume this link will go live once the event starts as all you can do is put your name in (no email) at the moment.  An unusual procedure.

 

Mary

 

 

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Subject: Re: Differing ESOL Perspectives from Scotland, England, Wales, and the USA - a free IATEFL webinar

 

Hi Akeel,

There is a link in the email with the invitation. Maybe get in a bit early incase you need to download Adobe. Very quick to do.

Naeema 

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On 21 Jul 2018, at 18:17, Akeel Ahmed <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Thanks James.

 

Is there a link on the website?

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On 21 Jul 2018, at 17:34, James Simpson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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Free webinar from IATEFL's ESOL Special Interest Group:

 

Differing ESOL Perspectives from Scotland, England, Wales, and the USA 

 

  • Presenters include: Roshii Jolly, Becca Reed, Mike Chick, Sam Shepherd and Pauline Blake-Johnston
  • Date: Tuesday 24 July 2018, 7pm BST

 

Dear James

 

Join us this Tuesday at 7pm when four ESOL teachers and programme coordinators from England, the USA, Scotland and Wales will share and compare their experiences working in the ESOL field. This will include the challenges they face, the policy they have to navigate, how the current political climate is impacting their classrooms and finally, their hopes for the future ESOL field.

 

Two of the presenters - Pauline Blake-Johnson and Sam Shepherd are active NATECLA committee members. 

Each country has very dramatic differences and yet the presenters all have the same goal: to improve the teaching of ESOL. Join us for an informative, useful and practical look at our field.


>> Join the live event

 

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