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November 04, 2013

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BETA Conference in Bulgaria April 2014

Teach-English-in-BulgariaFor those of you who like to plan well in advance, the 23rd BETA Bulgaria Annual International Conference will be held next April.

 Theme: The English language classroom: Can research meet practice?

Date: 11 - 13 April 2014.
On 11th April (Friday), BETA will host the Annual General Meeting of the South Eastern Europe Teachers' Associations (SEETA).

Venue: South-West University in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Plenary speakers: Terry Lamb (UK), Desmond Tomas (UK), Elisaveta Boyadzhieva and Gergana Apostolova (Bulgaria).

Topics: Applied Linguistics; Blended Learning; Content and Language Integrated Learning; Global Issues; Literature, Media and Cultural Studies in ELT; Teacher Education and Development; Teaching English for Specific Purposes; Teaching Young Learners and Teenagers; Testing, Evaluation and Assessment.

A programme of social events including a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Rila Monastery will offer the participants the opportunity to combine their professional growth with delightful experiences.

Speaker proposal submission deadline: 12 January 2014

Contact BETA Bulgaria or visit their website for more info.

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