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Iatefl YLTSIG Online conversation with Harry Kuchah Sunday 11th December

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  • helen m davies
    Dear All firstly, sincere apologies for cross-posting. We are really pleased to invite you to join us for an Online Conversation with Harry Kuchah, organised
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 9, 2011
      Dear All
      firstly, sincere apologies for cross-posting.

      We are really pleased to invite you to join us for an Online Conversation
      with Harry Kuchah, organised by IATEFL YLT SIG (Young Learners and
      Teenagers Special Interest Group) this *Sunday 11**th** December at 3 pm
      (London time)*.

      http://yltsig.wordpress.com/


      *Teaching very large classes in Cameroon. *

      Harry is currently studying for a PhD in the Centre for Applied Linguistics
      at the University of Warwick � UK where he also works as Senior Teaching
      Fellow.

      Previously, he worked for fourteen years as an English language teacher and
      teacher trainer at both primary and secondary levels in Cameroon, his home
      country. His teaching career has essentially been in classes as �small� as
      between *80* and *235* children and teenage learners from primary to
      secondary schools in Cameroon.

      Thanks to networking with other colleagues through the local teachers�
      association, Harry has been able to find fun in the classroom through
      pragmatic and transformative responses to his classroom realities.

      Find out more about Harry, check all the links to the meeting and get your
      time zone information here :

      http://yltsig.wordpress.com/



      Looking forward to meeting you this Sunday.

      Dennis Newson

      ffinlo Kilner

      Helen Davies

      (for YLTSIG)

      http://yltsig.wordpress.com/

      Follow YLT SIG for updates on twitter : @iatefl_yltsig


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