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Conference date: 12th November 2022

Conference venue: Universitatea Partium (Str. Sulyok István nr 14-16, postal code 410202 ; Oradea, jud. Bihor )

Registration Deadline: 4th November 2022

Conference fee – 120 RON/participant

Method of payment:

In cash at our office on 10/A Stefan Zweig Street, first floor, Oradea, Bihor.

By bank transfer
SWIFT Code: BTRL022xxx

Account number: RO74 BTRL RONC RT02 6918 3801 (lei)

Account holder: Asociatia Eurolingva filiala Oradea

Please mention the following payment purpose on the bank transfer order: RO-HU ELT Conference for first name, last name. Bank transfer charges have to be paid by the participant.

Requests for invoice must be sent by email to the Organizers, at  events@eurolingva.ro before 6th November.

Refund policy:
All cancellation must be notified by email to the Organizers, at events@eurolingva.ro
• Before 4th November, 2022: 100 % of the registration fee will be refunded
• After 4th November, 2022: no refund
Reimbursement will be processed after the Conference.

Speakers:

Vaughan Elliott has been the professional support leader for Cambridge Assessment English for 15 years in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia. He is in charge of the quality assurance and standardisation of the speaking test market. He is and has been an item writer for upper and lower main suite exams for many years. He is also the head of Cambridge Exams inspections team in Europe and Central Asia. He is thoroughly versed in all aspects of KET/PET exams.
Title: Top tips for success at Key and Preliminary for Schools
Time: 60 minutes

Sarah Ellis is currently working as Senior Manager, Assessment Services Europe for Cambridge University Press and Assessment. She is based in Bologna, Italy.
Sarah is interested in Assessment, Learning & Professional Development and has an extensive background in teaching, teacher training, assessment and exam management. She has trained teachers on CELTA and DELTA courses and is currently is involved in the Cambridge University Press and Assessment teacher support programme which provides information, materials and support for teachers and academic directors. She is particularly interested in supporting teachers in developing digital skills and assessment literacy.
Title: Developing and assessing writing skills at B2 (and C1)
Blurb: This session will look at how students can develop their writing skills and the more important areas to consider at B2 (and C1). We will consider the different stages of the writing process and explore the use of authentic material and skills integration in face-to-face and online contexts to develop writing skills. We will look at examples from the writing papers for B2 First for Schools (and C1 Advanced) and briefly consider the assessment criteria used at these levels and their practical application. We will also look at resources for learners and teachers to help foster learner autonomy and engagement with writing tasks.
Time: 60 minutes

Aniella Giorgiana Busila is a teacher and teacher trainer, and has been a Cambridge English educational consultant since 2009. She has extensive experience of Cambridge English exams and has prepared students and teachers for the full range of Cambridge English qualifications. Aniella has given presentations at a large number of events in Romania and the Republic of Moldova, including seminars, conferences, award ceremonies, and has delivered academic presentations and seminars for teachers, parents and students. She has always been interested in her own professional development so as to continually improve the learning experience of her students and trainers. Aniella holds a Diploma in Foreign Languages as well as Cambridge English TKT and CELTA certifications attesting her teaching skills.
Title: Cambridge – where your world grows

Blurb: Our English-teaching qualifications, professional development materials, and teaching resources are based on in-depth research. With our unrivalled depth of experience in national education systems, international education and English language learning, we are trusted by governments, schools and teachers around the world to improve learning outcomes for students. Join this presentation to get to know us better, and get up-to-date information about our exams and certificates, books and digital resources.
Time: 60 minutes (45 min + 15 min Q&A)

Chaz Pugliese is a lecturer, author, speaker and trainer. Chaz is currently Director of Education and Teacher Training at Pilgrims Global, working out of Ireland and France. With over 30 years’ experience in the field of Foreign Language Teaching, Chaz has taught in five countries, and has trained teachers in as many as 35 countries all over the world. His publications include: ‘Being Creative (2010), ‘Principled Communicative Teaching’ (2015) and ‘Creating Motivation’ (2017). Research interests: psychology in the learning process, creativity, motivational issues.
Title: Taking stock: What I’ve learned from Teaching
Time: 60 minutes

Zoltán Rézműves, MA (TEFL) started his teaching career in a secondary school in Budapest in 1990, and has been involved in ELT ever since. He worked for Oxford University Press (OUP) as editor and project manager between 1999 and 2011. As a teacher trainer, he has given talks in over 30 countries worldwide. In 2012, he set up his own publishing services company, Consonant Kiadó, and currently works as freelance ELT author, teacher trainer, and editor. He is co-author of the coursebooks Achieve (OUP), Straight to Advanced (Macmillan) and Oxford Exam Trainer (OUP), and wrote teacher’s books for Project 4th edition, Project Explore (OUP), Ready for Advanced (Macmillan), Think, Citizen Z, Cambridge Primary Path, Super Minds (CUP), Wider World 2nd edition and iExplore (Pearson).
Title: What makes learning ’21st century learning’?
Blurb: The expression ‘21st century learning’ is used more and more in language teaching, but do we really know what it means? Do students learn differently? Are the things we teach different? Are we expected to change the way we teach? We will explore these questions to understand how to turn a complex idea into everyday teaching practices.
Time: 60 minutes

Peter Bodri holds a degree in Applied Psychology from Anglia Ruskin University and the Cambridge Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (DELTA). He is an experienced EFL teacher, teacher trainer, academic and business manager. Peter ran his own language school in Hungary before moving to the United Kingdom where he has held various teaching and academic management positions in language schools. Recently, he also added study travel to his skill set bringing his extensive knowledge of the international junior EFL markets to those who find study holidays and learning English where it is spoken as exciting as he does.
Title: A life shaping experience — opportunities for junior language travel
Blurb: Most countries in Central and Eastern Europe are well behind their Western or Southern counterparts in discovering the opportunities language travel holds. Yet, the numbers of students taking language holidays is slowly but steadily rising. As children returning from language courses abroad spread the word, friends and their parents need expert counsel, which is what Converzum — the language travel expert provides in Hungary and regionally. This presentation will focus on English language travel opportunities for children under 18. It will look at features of packages, destination choices, what makes a programme stand out, how children benefit, and the most frequent questions parents, teachers and children tend to ask when considering booking a language holiday.
Time: 60 minutes

Sandra García Fernández is the Marketing Assistant of the CEO at Vision Education. She obtained a degree in Modern Languages in Spain and completed her studies with different courses and Erasmus stays in London, Dublin, and Berlin. After finishing her degree she worked as a Language Assistant in Düsseldorf. In Vienna she completed a Master’s degree in Specialised Translation and Language Industry and since then she has been working in the field of languages and new technologies (i.e. CAT-Tools, media translation, AR Technology, etc.). This passion for languages and enthusiasm for technology is shared by the whole Vision Education team, which she joined two years ago. She offers direct support to users, clients and partners at different stages of the process of implementing the digital platforms and is responsible for the rollout of Planet Pop to schools in Spanish speaking countries and Central and Eastern Europe.
Title: Music on, learning stress gone! Planet Pop, the playlist aligned to the Cambridge English Curriculum
Blurb: Introducing Planet Pop, a comprehensive learning method that combines music, videos and textbooks.
Time: 45 minutes

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