Conference Schedule

Conference Schedule

CINELTA Conference 2019 Schedule.pdf

CINELTA Conference Schedule, Day One: May 6, 2019

9:00-10:00

Opening Ceremony

Auditorium

Keynote

10:00-11:00

Humanizing Teaching: Teachers as Change Agents

Sameh MARZOUKI, Ministry of Education, Tunisia

Auditorium

Workshops

11:15-12:00

Using Google Blogger for Interactive Reading and Writing, Makaela ANDERSON, American English Language Program, Niger

Room 20

Promoting Heritage & Culture Through Service Learning Opportunities in ESL, Brioné LaTHROP, IUGB

Room 21

The Grammar of Choice: From Rules to Reasons, Mohamed LEKRAMA, IUGB

Room 22

Strategies to Cope with Large Multilevel Classes, BAMBA Massiata, IUGB

Room 28

Improving Stress and Rhythm in the Classroom Using Jazz Chants, Rodrigo ISLAS, IUGB

Room 29

US Exchange Programs: A Unique Opportunity for Personal and Professional Development, KOFFI Guy, US Embassy Abidjan

Room 04

Workshops

12:15-13:00

Raising Awareness of Local Cultural Values in English Language Teaching, BLIN Loick Jean Adey & N’GUESSAN Agoh Joelle-Olive, Collège ASSA M’bahiakro

Room 20

Minimizing the Chaos through Cooperative Classroom Management, FOFANA K. Eben-Ezer, ESATIC

Room 21

Technology for Teaching Vocabulary, KOUADIO Madou Serge, Collège Saint Raphael - Bouaflé

Room 22

Instructional Enhancements to Improve Students' Reading Abilities, TCHIMOU Laure-Natacha, International High Business Institute

Room 28

Effective Teaching with Visual Aids for Lower Level Students, ZEHIA Ossoko Laure, Lycée Moderne Abengourou

Room 29

Sharing Best Practices

14:15-15:00

Innovative and Fun Activities in Language Teaching, CAMARA Penawa Simplice, Lycée Moderne 1 Abobo

Room 20

Drawing Techniques for Language Teachers in Presenting Vocabulary and Structures, NGUESSAN Evrard, Lycée Moderne Fresco

Room 21

Cooperative Learning Approach, YALE Toti Jean Marc, Education and English for You

Room 22

Classroom Games for Teaching English and Increasing Learners’ Speaking Ability, TANOH N’guessan Barthelemy, Lycée Bad N’douci

Room 28

Humor in Large Classes, KOUAMÉ Kouassi Jules, Lycée Moderne Dimbokro

Room 29

Workshops

15:15-16:00

Two Ways To Use VOA (Voice of America) to Improve Speaking & Listening Skills, Lia HOLLANDER, US Embassy Abidjan/Freelance

Room 20

Toastmasters: Bridging Classroom Practice to Real World Communication, Susan STRAND, IUGB

Room 21

Global Contemporary Art as Instructional Resource, an Artist-Linguist Perspective, Allison YASUKAWA, California Institute of the Arts

Room 22

Developing Sustainability, Agriculture and Business Skills through English for Specific Purposes, Robert FLEXNER, Andrew Young Center for Entrepreneurship

Room 28

Reflective Practice: A Means for Teachers' Continuing Professional Development, APPIA Kouadio, Direction of Pedagogy and In-Service Teacher Training

Room 29

Welcome to EducationUSA, Nina TOYO, US Embassy Abidjan

Room 04

CINELTA Conference Schedule, Day Two: May 7, 2019

Keynote

9:00-10:00

Translanguaging Strategies for African Classrooms: Empowerment, Identity and Plurilingual Pedagogy

Riah WERNER, IPNETP

Auditorium

Papers and Workshops

10:15-11:00

Pedagogical Inspectors' Representations of Supervision Modes, GOSSE Kouassi Victor, ENS

Room 20

Using Educational Technology in English Classrooms in Cote d’Ivoire, GROGA Charles, Gerassur

Room 21

WhatsApp for teacher development: potentials and practicalities: ADI Aubain, IPNETP & Gary Motteram, Manchester University

Room 22

Sustainable Management of English Teaching Associations in Africa, SAKPOHO Gafoudou, Benin National Teachers of English Association

Room 28

Writing Naturally: Key Challenges for Francophone Learners of English, NAHOUNOU Angenor Yao, IUGB

Room 29

Using WhatsApp for a Workshop Session, KACOU Yah Barthelemy, Antenne Pedagogie Agboville

Room 04

Workshops

11:15-13:00

The Importance of Context in Grammar Teaching: A Look at Local Examples, Julie REIMER, IUGB

Room 20

Critical Thinking in English Language Learning, Christian KALLIO, American Corner, Koudougou, Burkina Faso

Room 21

Creating Level-Appropriate Materials and Activities for Mixed-Level Classrooms, Makaela ANDERSON, American English Language Program, Niger

Room 22

Workshops

11:15-12:00

Boosting ELT Professionalism through Design Thinking and Material Creation, Sameh MARZOUKI, Ministry of Education, Tunisia

Room 28

Encouraging Secondary School Teachers in the Practice of Integrated Skills, GNAHORE Zaddi Firmin, ENS

Room 29

Workshops

12:15-13:00

Principles of Leadership and How Teachers Fit into Them, BAMBA Massiata IUGB

Room 28

Enhancing Students' Vocabulary for Practical Purposes, KOUAMÉ Emeline, IUGB

Room 29

Sharing Best Practices

14:00-14:45

How to Change Homework Habits by Rethinking the Attitudes, KLE BLE Beomonho Sébastien, Lycée BOGA Doudou Émile

Room 20

Contextualizing Listening Tools: A Solution for Large Class Challenges, GBEADA Kalotoueu Ernest, Lycée Moderne Djedji Amondji Pierre Adjame

Room 21

The Importance of English in the Workplace: The Case of Aviation, YAO Elysée Affoumenou, AKANZA Nestor Kouadio, KATCHE Dieudonné Malan, YAO Blindou Kouadio & ADJA Bernadette, ACAT-SODEXAM

Room 22

6 Elements of a Good Lesson Plan, YAO Kouame Jules, American Center

Room 28

Use of Concept Check Questions and Instruction Check Questions in Teaching English, BINI Kouakou Amorofi Chrsistophe, Lycée Moderne Adzope

Room 29

15:00-15:15

CINELTA First Year Challenges and Achievements

KOUASSI Kouame Raymond Cezer and KOUASSI Dieudonné Aka, CINELTA

Auditorium

15:15-16:00

Closing Ceremony and Raffle

Auditorium