> 2016 Gwangju Conference Information Page

Gwangju-Jeonnam KOTESOL
Annual Regional Conference

March 12, 2016
Gwangju National University of Education

SERVICE: A Tradition in Teaching

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Guide to the Conference

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About the Conference: Page includes information on the theme, presentation schedule, presenters, and presentation titles.

Presentation Summaries and Presenter Bio-sketches Page: Includes conference schedule.

Pre-registration Page: Online registration is open through March 9th.

Directions to the Conference Venue: The Registration desk and all concurrent sessions will be held in the Teacher Training Center at Gwangju National University of Education, the same building as the monthly chapter meeting venue.

Call for Presentations Page: The call for presentations closed on January 31st.

Conference Schedule: Attached at the bottom of this page as a PDF file.

Conference Program Book: Attached at the bottom of this page as a PDF file.

Conference Poster: Attached at the bottom of this page as a PDF file.

Gwangju-Jeonnam Chapter Frontpage: Includes the full menu of Chapter webpages.

Gwangju-Jeonnam KOTESOL Facebook Page: Includes Conference information and general Chapter information.

Presentation Materials

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Plenary Session
Robert Dickey: Service – A Hallmark of Professionalisn
[Presentation slides attached as PDF file at bottom of page.]

Service Strand
Nancy Harcar: The Shared Benefits of Student Volunteer Experiences
[Presentation slides attached as PDF file at bottom of page.]

Robert Dickey: Service Learning in Foreign Language Learning
[Presentation slides attached as PDF file at bottom of page.]

Social Justice Strand
Julian Warmington: Serve Your Students' Children: Teach AGW
[Presentation's Google Drive slides can be accessed HERE.]

General ELT Strand
Christopher Gallagher, Ken Enochs, & Guy Smith
Streamline the Teaching of Writing with Google Classroom
[Presentation slides attached as PDF file at bottom of page.]

Research Strand
Mikyoung Lee: NNESTs' Anxieties and Insecurities: Self-Perceptions of their Communicative Limitations
[Presentation slides attached as PDF files at bottom of page.]