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TESOL France Election Results
On 10 January, 2017, the first ExCom meeting of the year, the election of the President and the bureau took place.
The bureau members and their roles are:
President: Csilla Jaray-Benn
Vice President: Jane Ryder
Treasurer: Debra Hardstaff
Secretary: Dianne Chen
Additionally, all ExCom members are responsible for a region or position, listed below in no particular order.
Regions Advisor: Jane Ryder
Regional Coordinators Lille: Gillian Evans, Jeremy Levine
Regional Coordinator Lyon: Jessica Etridge
Regional Coordinator Grenoble: Csilla Jaray-Benn
Regional Coordinatos Bordeaux: Dianne Chen
Regional Coordinator Toulouse: Rosemary Benard
Regional Coordinator Strasbourg: Yvonne Chappell
Workshop Coordinator Ile de France: Debbie West
Events Logistics: Wojtek Koszykowski
Communications/ Social Media: Jessica Etridge, Jeremy Levine
Publishers Liaison: Gillian Evans
Teaching Times Editor: Peter Strutt
Upcoming TESOL France Events in 2017
TESOL France Lyon
One way to get our students motivated by learning and acquiring the language that is relevant to them, is through Project Based Learning. The shift in acceptance as English as a communication tool rather than an academic subject, has opened up potential for student led learning with often very dynamic outcomes for our classrooms.
TESOL France Lyon invites you to share with fellow professionals a PBL initiative that you have done with your students.
Date: Saturady, 25 March 2017
Time: 10am - 1pm
Venue: ILTC, 28 Rue Louis Guerin, 69100 Villeurbanne
Theme: A Swap Shop on Project Based Learning
Registration and info available here.
This event is FREE to TESOL France members. Non-member registration fee is €8. Please bring exact change.
SAVE THE DATE!
TESOL FRANCE SPRING DAY 2017 IN TOULOUSE!
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Venue: Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (ENAC), 7 Avenue Edouard Belin, 31000 Toulouse.
SAVE THE DATE!
Theme: Teaching the Mosaic: Inclusive practice and Special Learning Differences (SpLDs)
Plenary Speaker: Judit Kormos, Lancaster University
More information and online registration are available here.
Registration deadline: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Map: For directions, click here
This event is FREE to TESOL France members. Non-member registration fee is €30. Please bring exact change.
****Please note that due to the security restrictions at this government venue, unregistered delegates will not be admitted on the day****
36th Annual International Colloquium: 17-19 November 2017
Language Connects People
TESOL France Membership
New Members - individuals and institutions:
Start the membership process now by clicking here.
1) If you have your log in details for the Members Section (top left), simply log in.
If you don't have your password, simply click on "recover password" below the login boxes and it will be emailed to you. If you don't get the retrieval email, please first check your spam folder.
2) Once logged in, go to "status and invoice". Please click "renew". It's very important to do this every time you renew.
3) Send us your membership payment. If your name is different than what appears on the cheque, please write your name on the back of the cheque. Further information is provided here
TESOL France Workshops
TESOL France workshops
are free to all TESOL France members. The non-member registration fee is €8. Please bring exact change. You can join TESOL France or renew your membership on the day for €49. If you would like to join now, simply fill out the membership form.
Now is a great time to become a TESOL France member. See why
About TESOL France
TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) France, an affiliate of TESOL Inc.
, is a non-profit organization of teachers of English in France run entirely by volunteers. Its purposes are to stimulate professional development, to disseminate information about research, books and other materials related to English, and to strengthen instruction and research.
The Teaching Times
our quarterly magazine, contains articles, interviews, ready-to-use activities, and reviews. The TESOL France Blog
allows you to stay in touch and contribute to what's happening in the world of teaching. Our electronic mailing list is open to members and non-members, keeping you up-to-date on all our events. To sign up, send an email to: email@example.com