QuiTE promotes quality in the training and education of teachers of English to speakers of other languages.
 
QuiTE  2001 - 2010
The Association for the Promotion of
QuiTE
Seminar 2010
QuiTE Annual Seminar and AGM
Tuesday 14th December  2010
Keynote speakers:
Voices of International Teachers and Students of English: Language and Identity

Introduction: Dr Trevor Grimshaw
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Dr Kuo Yu-Ching
(Institute of Education) (Abstract)
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Andrew Blair (Univ of Sussex)  (Abstract)
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Dr Joanna Al Youssef (Univ of Nottingham) (Abstract)
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QuiTE hosts an annual seminar to which all are invited (free for members)
International teachers of English have a singular claim on the English language: they learnt it as a new language for themselves, and they have a special relationship with English in their role as teachers.  How does this claim sit with their experiences of living in an English-speaking country such as the UK?   Language, however acquired, is a unique ingredient not only in our legal identity, but also in our sense of self, and its constituent parts.  The QuiTE Annual Conference offers overseas teachers who are training in the UK to speak for themselves on this topic.
Voices of International Teachers and Students of English: Language and Identity
at
British Council
10 Spring Gardens
London SW1A 2BN
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Non-Members 35.00
Members and students 12.00 (to cover lunch)
Arrangements for the Day
Quality in TESOL Education
Dr Trevor Grimshaw
Dr Kuo Yu-Ching
Andrew Blair
Dr Joanna Al Youssef