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CINELTA Conference

CINELTA Conference 2019. The National English Language Teaching Conference will take place at the International University of Grand-Bassam, Grand-Bassam, Côte d’Ivoire on May 6-7, 2019. Participation is free. Join us to discuss recent development of English Teaching in Cote d’Ivoire and perspectives for the 21st Century! Register now or submit a poposal.


Keynote Speakers

Sameh Marzouki

Sameh Marzouki is a Tunisian Senior Teacher and a Cambridge DELTA trained Teacher Trainer. She has been practicing TEFL and TEYL for fifteen years in Tunisia and abroad. She is an active member in Tunisia TESOL, TATE, Africa TESOL, EFLL Bangkok, Morocco MATE and IATEFL YL SIG. She has delivered different workshops and presentations all over the world such as, Morocco, Spain, Copenhagen,Thailand, Poland, Indonesia, Dubai, Oman, Senegal, Uganda, Istanbul, UK and Qatar.

She was awarded the Educational Prize 2009 by the Omani Ministry of Education.

She presented at TESOL International Convention Atlanta 2019.

She is officially invited as a plenary speaker at IATEFL 2020.

Sameh will speak on: Humanizing Teaching: Teachers as Change Agents

Riah Werner

Riah Werner is an English Language Fellow at IPNETP, where she designed the CI ELT Exchange to develop a community of continuing professional development for Ivorian English teachers. She is an English teacher and teacher trainer and has taught in Tanzania, South Korea, Thailand and Ecuador. She holds an MA in TESOL from SIT Graduate Institute and a BFA in theatre from New York University. Her research interests include drama and the arts, multiplicity, social justice in English language teaching, and locally contextualized pedagogy. She has published her work in TESOL Journal and English Teaching Forum, regularly presents at international conferences, and is currently co-chair of TESOL International’s Social Responsibility Interest Section. She is also a founding member of CINELTA.

Riah will speak on: Translanguaging Strategies for African Classrooms: Empowerment, Identity and Plurilingual Pedagogy

News & Updates

You don’t feel the time flying when you spend it in something valuable and excellent people. Over the past week I have the up-country teachers, at the CINELTA ...

On April 13, 2018, the second Cote d’Ivoire ELT Exchange seminar took place at IPNETP on the topic Oral Skills – Listening and Speaking in the presence of Mr. Berté ...

As part of our usual activities, the CI ELT Exchange program is organizing the last seminar and workshop on the theme Oral Skills: Listening and Speaking from 8.00 a ...