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The Tunisian Association of Teachers of English

TATE
2015 EVENT
SYMPOSIUM ON TEACHING ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY:
ADAPTING ELT TO THE NEEDS OF THE JOB MARKET

1st , 2nd and 3rd May, 2015
Orient Palace Hotel
Sousse, Tunisia

Appel à Participation

PLENARY SPEAKERS
-

Professor Salah Troudi
Director EdD TESOL Dubai

Graduate School of Education
The University of Exeter, UK

Mr. Steve Outram

Professor Mounir Triki

The Higher Education Academy
Innovation Way, York, UK

Department of English. Faculty
of Arts & Human Sciences
The University of Sfax, Tunisia

Consultant in Academic Practice Professor of Linguistics

-

Mrs. Jean Wilson

Independent Language in
Education Consultant,
Scotland, UK

Mr. Chuck Sandy

Mr. Kenn Norris

Director The English Company
Teaching, Training
& Advising, UK

ELT Trainer,
Author & Educational Activist
Chubu University, Japan

Mrs. Ruxandra Popovici
ELT trainer, Consultant and
Materials writer,
Romania

Mr. Jason Levine

English Language Specialist,
Teacher Trainer and Materials Writer.
Creator of ColloLearn Approach to ELT Gallery teacher
Bloomfield; New Jersey- USA

SPONSORS AND TATE’S PARTNERS

TATE CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY
ACKNOWLEDGES THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE
FOLLOWING SPONSORS AND PARTNERS:

Pour plus de détails, veuillez consulter le site web http://tate-tunisia.com/

Conference Program
DAY 1
Friday, May 1, 2015
14. 00 - 19.00

Registration

14. 00 - 19.00

Book exhibition is open to delegates

Pre-conference workshops:
15.00 - 15.30 Workshop Book Presentation
Dr. Chokri Smaoui (Tunisia)
Book title: Strategies of Interlanguage Communication: The Story So Far
Dr. Salah Troudi (Tunisia)
Book title: Using Technology in Foreign Language Teaching

15.30-15.45

Chaouki M’kaddem (Tunisia) “ I have a dream”

15:45-16:30
and

Jason Levine (USA) “ English for the Workplace through Rhythm
and Rhyme” Video Conference

16:30-17:00
sustainable

Steve Outram (UK) Enabling universities to achieve successful,
sustainable transformational change in learning and teaching

17:00-18:00

Conference welcome reception

DAY 2
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Starting from 8.00: REGISTRATION
08. 30 – 08.45 Opening address by TATE’s President: Dr. Salwa M’rabet- Abid
08.45 – 09.00 Opening address by a representative from the Ministry of Higher Education
09.00 – 09.15 Opening address by a representative from the Ministry of Education
09.20 – 09.30 Opening address by a representative from the Ministry of Employment and
Vocational Training

9.30-10.30: Multi-purpose Hall

Plenary 1: Steve Outram (UK)

The Higher Education Academy and the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF)
for Quality Teaching and Support of Learning
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
SESSION 1:

Learner Autonomy and Skills for Life

ROOM Kenn Norris (UK)
1
Life Skills in Action
ROOM
2

Mohamed Abidi (Tunisia)
The Shift from Learning to Earning in the Tunisian Higher Education
Curriculum Enhancing Graduate Employability

11.00-11.30

ROOM
Imen Rais, British Council (Tunisia)
3
“British Council Learn English Online”
ROOM Chuck Sandy (Japan)
4
Collaborative Critical Thinking For Real World Change
ROOM Imdad Ullah (Pakistan)
5
Learner Autonomy: Towards Student-Centered language Teaching in
Higher Education in Pakistan

POSTER SESSION:
Sameh Marzouki (Tunisia)
Teachers’ Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
Tariq Yusyf (Oman)
21st Century Skills through the Use of Experiential Approaches to Learning
Maria Theresa Brewster (UAE)
Promoting Learning Using Side-by-Side and Socrative
11.35-12.05: Multi-purpose Hall

12.10-12.40

Plenary 2: Mrs. Jean Wilson (UK)
English for the World of Work: How can Tunisia’s English language teachers help meet
the needs of employers?

SESSION 2 :

Pedagogical Choices and Employability

ROOM Feiza Derbel (Tunisia)
1
What Curricular and Pedagogical Choices for ELT in Higher
Education? Towards Developing a Vision for Preparing Tomorrow’s
Employees.

ROOM
2

Mongia Besbes (Tunisia)
Inductive Learning and the Promise of Employability

ROOM
Susan Robinson (USA)
3
The Need for Inter-cultural Communication Strategies
ROOM Mrs. Jean Wilson (UK)
4
Transferable skills – what do employers want, and how can Tunisia’s
English language teachers help to provide it
12.45 – 13.55 LUNCH BREAK
14.00 – 14.30: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 3: Pr. Mounir Triki (Tunisia)

Negotiating “Employability” Criteria in Language Pedagogy
SESSION 3 :

ICT and the Job Market

14.35 -14.55

ROOM Fatma Miled (Tunisia)
1
Teaching English to Young Learners, Technology and the Market
ROOM Fatma-Zahra Ajjoul (Morrocco)
2
ICT in ELT and its Impact on Employability
ROOM Chawki M’kaddem (Tunisia)
3
Familiarizing our Learners with Technology
ROOM Riha Elhachfi Essoussi (Tunisia)
4
The Role of Electronic Teaching as a FL (e-TEFL) in Enhancing
Graduates’ Employability
ROOM Younes El Yousfi (Morocco)
5
ICT in ELT: Reasons and Implementation
15.00 – 15.30: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 4: Mrs. Ruxandra Popovici (Romania)
New Skills for New Jobs of the 21st century

15.35-15.55

SESSION 4 :

Trends in ELT and Employability
ROOM
1

Mrs. Ruxandra Popovici (Romania)
Professional Learning through Developing Vocational ELT materials.

ROOM
2

AireenNaima Bahari ( UK )
Dialogic Teaching in the Literature Lessons in Malaysian Secondary

ROOM
3

Schools: Any Relevance to the Market?
Al Tiyb Khaiyali, (Libya)
Essentials of Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction in EFL
Elementary Classrooms

ROOM
4

Nourel houda Chakroun (Tunisia)
Media Projects: why and How?

ROOM
5

Arij Ali Alhudairy ( Libya )
The Libyan EFL Teachers’ Role in Developing Students’ Motivation
16.00- 16.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.35- 17.10: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 4: Pr. Salah Troudi
Critical Approaches to Teaching English: Pathways to Employability
17.15-17.45: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 5: Mr. Kenn Norris
TRENDS IN ELT: Life Skills in Language Learning

DAY 3
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Starting from 8.00: REGISTRATION
9.00- 9.45 Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 1: Chuck Sandy (Japan)
The Heart of Education
9.50-10.20 COFFEE BREAK
SESSION 1 :

10.25-10.55

Best Practices for Creating Opportunities & Youth Employment

ROOM Lotfi Ben Ahmad (UAE)
1
Understanding and Teaching Visually Impaired Students
ROOM Steve Outram (UK)
2
Using the Higher Education Academy's Employability Enhancement
Framework
ROOM Mariem Laabidi, Education USA, Amideast (Tunisia)
3
"Teachers' Role in Helping Students to Find Academic Opportunities
in the US"

SESSION 2 :

The Teachers’ Voice on the Future of the Teaching Profession:
Any Relevance to Employability?

ROOM Moderators: Mrs. Jean Wilson & Mrs. Mrs. Ruxandra Popovici
1
(Romania)

11.00-12.05

SIG (Special Interest Group: Basic & Secondary School Teachers):
Challenges and solutions facing teachers and learners in Basic &
Secondary School Education
ROOM Moderators: Mrs. Hela Fourati & Mr. Hafedh Sallami
2
SIG (Special Interest Group: Primary School Teachers):
Challenges and solutions facing teachers and learners in Primary
School Education
ROOM Moderators: Chuck Sandy (Japan) & Kenn Norris (UK) & Steve
3
Outram (UK)
SIG (Special Interest Group: Tertiary Level Teachers):
Challenges and solutions facing teachers and learners in Higher
Education
13.00 – 14.00 LUNCH BREAK
Multi-purpose
Hall

14.05-15. 30 Panel about :
TEACHING ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY: ADAPTING
ELT TO THE NEEDS OF THE JOB MARKET
15.30-15. 55 Recommendations and Closing Statements
16:00

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