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Conference Materials and Handouts

As a legacy of the past BC TEAL conferences and as a reference for colleagues, we have created this page to serve as a repository for presenter handouts, PowerPoint slides, papers and other presentation materials.

Please note that the materials on this page are made available for personal and educational use only. Obtain permission from author before redistributing.

BC TEAL 2017 Annual Conference

Some BC TEAL 2016 Annual Conference presenters have made their material (handouts, PowerPoint slides, etc.) available for online distribution. Please Note: The links to Sched will require you to select the link then scroll down the page to find the attachment.

  • Yuji Abe – Enhancing Intercultural Communicative Competence (Sched link)
  • Taslim Damji - Celebrating Diversity in the EAL Classroom (Sched link)
  • Naomi Sawai, Eilidh Singh, and Joyce White - Expectations and Realities: EAL University Student Voices (Sched link)
  • Katie Land - Assessment as a Motivator: The Global Scale of English Learning (Sched link)
  • Fatimah Mahmood and Jennifer Walsh Marr - Conditionals in Context: When the Grammar Texts Don’t Align with Authentic Texts (Sched link)
  • Jennifer Walsh Marr and Tanya Tervit - Form Follows Function: Situating the Why in the How (Sched link)
  • Eilidh Singh and Shawna Williams - PD in your PJs: Personalizing your Professional Development (Sched link)
  • Jim Hu - Writing Accuracy for the Workplace: Views of EAL Employees (Sched link)
  • Taslim Damji - Celebrating Diversity in the EAL Classroom (Sched link)
  • Seonaigh MacPherson – Literature as Language Teaching: the Troubling Tradition (Sched link)
  • Penny Ur – Teaching Mixed-Ability Classes (Sched link)
  • Penny Ur – My Top 30 Tips for Language Teachers (Sched link)
  • Penny Ur – Two Sources of Professional Knowledge in Language Teaching (Sched link)

BC TEAL 2016 Interior Regional Conference

Some BC TEAL 2016 Interior Conference presenters have made their material (handouts, PowerPoint slides, etc.) available for online distribution.

  • Kelly Warnock and James Gjaltema - Educational Technology Tools Case Study: Teacher Training in China (PDF)
  • Kelly Warnock and Ronda Olds - Not Another Presentation! How to Spice Things Up (PDF)

BC TEAL 2016 Annual Conference

Some BC TEAL 2016 Annual Conference presenters have made their material (handouts, PowerPoint slides, etc.) available for online distribution. Please Note: The links to Sched will require you to select the link then scroll down the page to find the attachment.

  • Panel – Dynamics Shaping the ESL Sector in BC (Randall Martin PDF), (Yves St. Germain PDF), (Cloe Nicholls PDF), (Jenny Lam PDF)
  • Jennifer Walsh Marr - Infusing First Nations Politics in an Academic English Course at UBC Vantage College (PPT), (DOC)
  • Shelly Sanchez Terrell - Language to go! Mix it up with mobile devices (Sched link)
  • Shelly Sanchez Terrell - The Power of a Goal-Minded Teacher (Sched link)
  • Timothy Mossman - Rethinking Generation 1.5: Implications for Teaching and Research (Sched link)
  • Michael Brian Wicks - Say It Effectively’ – Assertive Communication Clinic (Sched link)
  • Heather A. Barnes - Experiencing the Complexities of Cultural Identity (Sched link)
  • Dr. Andreea Cervatiuc - Accelerating the Process of Vocabulary Learning (Sched link)
  • Carolyn Moi and Vesna Radivojevic - On Your Mark. Get Set. Goal! (Sched link)
  • Eilidh Singh - Bouncy Castles: modelling fun in educational technology integration (Sched link)
  • Sue Howard and Bahareh Shahabi - Empowerment and Community Building among Foreign Trained Professional Immigrants (Sched link)
  • Kelly Warnock - Promoting Engaged, Connected, and Reflective Learners through Educational Technology (Sched link)
  • Jack Massalski  - ESL Place ­The World’s First Social Network for Learners of English (Sched link)
  • Bonnie Nicholas - Exploring eportfolios for Portfolio­Based Language Assessment (Sched link)
  • James Gjaltema - Three Interactive Apps to Engage Students in the Classroom (Sched link)
  • Svetlana Lupasco and Shawna Williams - Assessment Tools that Support Student Growth in the Classroom (Sched link)
  • Cristina Petersen - Project-based Learning in Adult ESL: Theory Meets Practice (Sched link)
  • Heather Cordeiro - Supporting Differently Abled Students in the ESL Classroom (Sched link)
  • Augusta Avram, Bonnie Nicholas, Jennifer Chow, and Svetlana Lupasco – Building a Community of Connected Educators with Twitter Chat (Sched link)
  • Angelina Van Dyke – Mobile Technology and Online LMS for ELL and EAP (Sched link)

BC TEAL 2015 Annual Conference

Some BC TEAL 2015 Annual Conference presenters have made their material (handouts, PowerPoint slides, etc.) available for online distribution.

  • Ken Beatty – Little Engines of Success PP (ext. link)
  • Laura Blumenthal – Teaching Collocation Awareness (PDF), (PDF)
  • Jill Buckham – Helping Students Write Better Emails (DOC)
  • Misty Cozac, Adrian Lipsett – An Actor’s Approach to Pronunciation in an EAP Setting (PPT), (DOC)
  • Ryan Drew, Vesna Radivojevic – LINCing Action Research on Portfolios to Assessment Practice (PDF)
  • A. Ferreira, B. Wilson, S. Zappa-Hollman – Integrating Content and Language in the Vantage College Curriculum (PPT)
  • Michael Galli, Ken Beatty – Building a Better Student: A Typology and Toolbox (PPT)
  • Stephen Goobie – Developing Life Skills for Unaccompanied Adolescent International Students (PPT)
  • Louise Green – Web 2.0 Connections: Teachers-in-training with Students in China (DOC)
  • Elsie Johnson, Karen Bradley – Bringing Meaning to the Language (PDF)
  • Jo-Ann Matiachuk, Edwin Zhang – Decoding Chinese ESL Students’ Learning Behaviors (PPT), (PDF)
  • Mike Murphy – A UBC Textbook Corpus to Identify EAP Target Vocabulary (PPT)
  • Patricia Ruiz, Kerry Johnson – Using Ethnography to Bridge Classroom and Community (PPT), (PDF)
  • Pascal St-Jean – Engage your Team Using Tutela Groups (PPT)
  • Tanya Tervit, Alex Bale – Individual Learning Plans (Prezi)
  • Angelina Van Dyke, William Acton – Pragmatic Attending Skills Training for Oral Skills Classes (PPT)
  • L. Waye, K. Tagharobi, A. Simpson, G. Saunders – Using Learning Outcomes to Design and Evaluate EAL Programming (PDF)
  • Shawna Williams – Feedback that Feeds Forward: Action-Oriented Feedback (PDF), (ext. link)
  • Shawna Williams – Task-Based Instruction: Building Bridges from Classroom to Real Life (PDF), (ext. link)
  • Karen Wonneberger – The Compleat Lexical Tutor (PDF)

BC TEAL 2014 Annual Conference

  • Laura Blumenthal – “Confusing grammar: Is ‘there’ an adverb or a pronoun?” (PPT, DOC)
  • Shawna Williams – “Demystifying language assessment” (PPT, PDF)
  • Eilidh Singh and Joy Lin Salzberg – “Meeting the acculturation challenges of university ESOL students” (PPT)
  • Jane Forward and Patricia MacLeod - “Teaching Communication and Cultural Awareness: an Online Supplementary Curriculum” (PPT)
  • Bonnie Nicholas – “Using blogs to teach writing in an EAL class” (PDF)
  • Yalda Ahmadvand – “Using Digital Storytelling in an ESL classroom” (PPT)
  • John Pringle – “Talking about writing: using technology to encourage collaboration” (Presentation PDF & Notes PDF)
  • Zahrae Al-Zaim “Teaching ESL to Arabic Speaking Students | Meeting the Challenges” (Main handout DOC, Extra cultural information DOC, Resources PDF)
  • Jim Hu – “Employer Views on ESL Writing Inaccuracy and Academic Implications” (PPT)
  • Jennifer Walsh Marr – “Reformulating paraphrasing” (presentation PPT, sample activities PDF, bibliography PDF, workshop participants’ ideas PDF)
  • Cristina Peralejo, Janelle Sheen, Heather Lill, Naomi Sawai, and Sylvia Ozbalt – “Where’s the Language? Keeping Focus in a Content-Based Curriculum” (presentation PPT, Janelle hand-out PDF, Naomi hand-out PDF, Sylvia hand-out PDF, Tips PDF, Participants’ Questions PDF)
  • Branca Mirnic and Lisa Moore – “Plagiarism: A Multidimensional Tool for Writing from Sources” (presentation PDF and activities DOC)
  • Lisa Robertson, Diana Kohl, Carmen Larsen, Tracy Ho,  Frank Cosca, Nimmi Takkar – “Sustainability of funding for Public Post Secondary ESL” (PPT and DOC)

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