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Communications, language and literacy: stories, book talk and intercultural learning

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Time: 10.00am - 1.00pm
Venue: Room 1012, Education Building, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7LB
Price: free

Communications, language and literacy: stories, book talk and intercultural learning

All are welcome to a Communications, Language and Literacy seminar on the theme of stories and intercultural learning.

The theme of this seminar is that the European teacher educators in the Language and Culture group decided to discuss and focus on at a meeting of the Comenius Association in September 2015.

Speakers

  • Valerie Coultas, Kingston University School of Education: Autobiography, talk and the power of the personal in the teaching of English
  • Paul Booth, Kingston University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences: Exploratory talk and task based learning: a case study of a student's learning journey on the MA Education English Language Teaching
  • Jette Larsen, Denmark: Picture books with young and very young foreign language learners of English - developing intercultural competence
  • Kulwinder Maude and Shiv Quinlan KUSE, School of Education: Seeing yourself in the book corner? Reviewing the use of multicultural literature in the classroom
  • Rosa Curras, Spain
  • Stijnen Werner, Belgium
  • Thomas More, Belgium

For further information about this event:

Contact: Dr V Coultas
Email: V.Coultas@kingston.ac.uk

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