2019 NATE Conference

April 17-20

About

NATE Jubilee Conference: 25 Years of Navigating Through Challenges

The Conference is devoted to new educational developments and current trends in ESL/EFL teaching and learning in dynamically changing environments.

English language teaching professionals and scholars from around the world are invited to share ideas and best practices, explore the research, new developments and current trends in teaching EFL/ESL, and to enjoy networking and socializing.

The participants will receive certificates of participation.

2019 Conference main topics:

  • CLIL & EMI: challenges and achievements
  • ESP & EAP
  • Teaching Soft Skills in the context of EL curriculum
  • Teaching Russian as a foreign language
  • Enhancement of EL level through extracurricular activities at school
  • EL level assessment (OGE, EGE, Cambridge exams, TOEFL)
  • Current trends in applied linguistics

Registration Fees

Become NATE member and enjoy reduced registration fees for the Jubilee Conference!

NATE Member

Registration Fee 1000 RUB

Post NATE Event 1500 RUB

Not NATE Member

Registration Fee 1500 RUB

Post NATE Event 2000 RUB

Experts

Svetlana Ter-Minasova

Svetlana Ter-Minasova

Vice Rector for Finance

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Natalia Komissarova

Natalia Komissarova

Associate Professor

Russian State Social University

Kelli Odhuu

Kelli Odhuu

Regional English Language Officer

Department of State

Svetlana Sannikova

Svetlana Sannikova

Associate Professor

South-Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University

Call for Proposals

Deadline for proposals application is January 14, 2019.

NB! Travel expenses of presenters from other cities will be covered

Call for proposals is open!

We invite you to submit proposals (up to 150 words) for the following participation formats:

  • Proposal for a 50-minute workshop
  • Publication abstract
  • Poster presentation (either topical or related to work of your regional ELT association)
  • SIG paper

Program

Program will be available in January 2019.

Organizers