A gathering of Language Teachers: innovating, connecting, and mentoring

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 GEN TEFL

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GLOBAL EDUCATORS NETWORK - TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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​ELT Congress aims to highlight pragmatic classroom designs and best practices that derive from teacher’s carefully-honed principles of language learning and teaching. We encourage your participation in this congress, we will not only present a range of studies exploring English language teaching approaches, methodologies, technologies and common practices but work together and develop sustainable professional networks focused on the long term advancement of ELT related research and knowledge.

For more information, email us at  eltcongress.gentefl@gmail.com

Bangkok, Thailand          28 July 2018

Photos from the 3rd GEN TEFL International Conference, Novotel Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Malaysia, 11-13 May 2018. Photo Credits: ABM-JCI

We would like to thank all the speakers and participants of the 3rd GEN TEFL International Conference 2018 in Kuala Lumpur

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Workshops and seminars launch or expand new scholarly and research endeavours for teachers, while public conferences, symposia, and lectures provide opportunities to challenge assumptions, study timely issues of public policy, and explore emerging ideas with audiences near and far.

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A non-profit network for educators in the Field of English Language Teaching in Thailand.

Native and Non-native English language teachers, English tutors, administrators, researchers, authors and students (as observers) are welcome to join

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Speakers:


Native and Non Native English Teacher’s In Thailand: Challenges and Opportunities
Mark Ulla


How do the cognitive-oriented approaches solve some problems of English education in Japan?
Dr. Kazuyuki Yamaguchi

What is Ipsative Assessment and Why it should be used in Language Learning?
Roel Pascual

How to Differentiate Instruction in Flipped Learning
Kenje Gunda


A Grammatical Analysis of Online Writing by Thais
Sukanda Kongkaew


Noun You Know: Bringing Noun to Life in the Classroom
Theresia Pratiwi


Collaborative Writing
Cherrylyn Mahipos

Linguistic and Cultural Studies as a Source of Developing a Dialogue of Cultures and Students’ Motivation for Learning Foreign Languages
Aleksei Nekhaev

Technologies in the Classroom
Priskila Pratiwi

A Case Study on English Teaching as a Foreign Language affecting Chinese Cultural Tourism
Asst. Prof. Onsiri Wimontham