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PROGRAMME

09.00 – 09.40 Arrival at conference centre | coffee | exhibition
09.40 – 09.50 Introduction / welcome
09.50 – 10.50 Plenary session: Silvana Richardson
10.50 – 11.15 Herman Wekker prize for best Reporter
11.15 – 11.45 Coffee break
11.45 – 12.45 Workshop session I
12.45 – 13.45 Lunch | publishers’ exhibition
13.45 – 14.45 Subplenaries
14.45 – 15.15 Tea break | Publishers’ exhibition
15.15 – 16.15 Workshop session II
16.15 – 17.15 Evaluation | Meet & Greet with our speakers | Certificates | Drinks & Nibbles (free!)

SUBPLENARY | 13:45 - 14:45

Andrew Niemeijer

Bards and Bloggers of War

I will take the audience along with me in my Ph.D. research as a teacher and I will show in what way my research into First World War poetry and war narratives since 1914 has helped shape a literature curriculum for the 21st century.

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  • mbo
  • hbo
  • adult
  • Dutch
  • English

Rick de Graaff

Come teachers and students: For the times they are a changin’

Het belang van Engels op school is onbetwist, maar over Engelstalig onderwijs is volop discussie. Wat willen wij en de maat- schappij eigenlijk met ons onderwijs Engels in de 21ste eeuw?

  • havo
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  • English

Buffi Duberman

The Classroom In Your Phone: Using social media as an educational tool

‘The Classroom In Your Phone’ – In this dynamic workshop I will share my tips and tricks on how to really connect with your students in their world: the digital one!

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  • havo

Andrew Walkley

Teaching lexically: From theory to practice

The dominant paradigm in ELT is grammar + words, but corpus linguistics shows that used language is more fixed and predictable. This session unpacks the research and considers implications for everyday pedagogy.

  • mbo
  • hbo
  • adult
  • English

WORKSHOPS


Dick Whittington Panto

Drew Elston

Dick Whittington is a highly interactive play, suitable for stu- dents learning languages. One of the plays we offer each year for schools.

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  • English

Animal poetry and empathy

Tirza Brüggemann

Empathy seems to be a self-evident 21st century skill. Do poems play a similar role? The relationship between poetry and empathy.

  • havo
  • vwo
  • hbo
  • adult
  • English

Education for social justice: Human trafficking and the next generation

Judy Boyle

Creative, inspirational, youth-oriented actions to confront the crime of human trafficking and modern slavery.

  • all
  • English

Teaching EFL literature to the 21st century 10 secondary school student

Jasmijn Bloemert

How to critically interact with literary works, develop language skills and develop position in life as knowledgeable global citizens. How to critically interact with literary works, develop language

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  • English

To be, or not to be? Internationalisation after Brexit/Trump: A theatrical seminar

Roland Allen

This interactive seminar presents drama-based responses to post-Brexit/Trump teaching; and invites you to share your own ideas.

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  • Dutch
  • English

Diagnostische Tussentijdse Toets (DTT )

Margreet van Aken, Marion Boxum & Ingrid Williams

DTT (Diagnostische Tussentijdse Toets): diagnosing a student’s reading and writing skills.

  • vmbo
  • havo
  • vwo
  • Dutch