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  • Donald Z. Osborn
    FYI... (pardon the crosspost if you ve seen this on another list). The main focus of the conference is English teaching and from a quick perusal of the
    Message 1 of 1 , May 16, 2004
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      FYI... (pardon the crosspost if you've seen this on another list). The main
      focus of the conference is English teaching and from a quick perusal of the
      program, consideration of "paradigm shifts" does not appear to give much if any
      attention to multi/bilingual literacy. (I'd be pleased to be corrected if
      anyone on the list has better knowledge of the conference.) The CFP for this
      went out last year.

      Don Osborn
      Bisharat.net

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      Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore,
      Rep. of Singapore

      Paradigm Shifts in Language Teaching and Learning: Teacher Roles and Learner
      Responsibilities

      June 3-4, 2004

      Hilton Hotel, Orchard Road, Singapore, Rep. of Singapore

      Email: symposiumsec@... (Regina So); Website:
      http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/symposium

      Keynote/invited Speakers: Diane Larsen-Freemen, US; Theodore S. Rodgers, US;
      S. Gopinathan, Singapore;John Arul Phillips,
      Malaysia; Thomas Farrell, Canada; Johanna E. Katchen, Taiwan; Wang Chu-ming,
      PRC; Agnes Lam, Hong Kong

      Quan

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