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Tuesday 2nd April
A new generation of assessment, for a new generation of learners
Presenter: Jacqueline Martin
Theme: Digtal young learner English testing
When & where: 11:55am-12:25pm, room 4a
Using automated scoring technologies in different learning contexts
Presenter: David Booth
Theme: Automated scoring
When & where: 3:55pm-4:25pm, room 13
Don’t refresh the page, refresh yourself: reading in a digital world
Presenter: Philip Warwick
Theme: Pearson English Graded Readers
When & where: 4:55pm-5:25pm, room 1b
Wednesday 3rd April
The glass ceiling: helping advanced learners break through
Presenter: Steve Oakes
Theme: Intermediate Plateau, Speakout Plus Levels
When & where: 11:05am-11:35am, room 3a
Real-world, relevance, resonance: breathing life into language learning for teens
Presenter: Amanda Davies
Theme: How the GSE can help teenage learners
When & where: 3pm-3:30pm, room 3a
How can we get students to surprise us?
Presenter: Jeanne Perrett
Theme: Now I Know, 21st Centurty Skills and authentic content
When & where: 4:45pm-5:15pm, room 1c
The New Cambridge B1 Preliminary exam: helping learners recognise success
Presenter: Lindsay Warwick
Theme: New Cambridge Preliminary exam and Gold Experience
When & where: 5:30pm-6:15pm, room 1b
Thursday 4th April
Bridging the gap: work skills with a license to thrill!
Presenter: Margaret O'Keeffe
Theme: Bridging the gap between the classroom and the world of work
When & where: 10:20am-10:50am, room 1c
Mapping out the path to success
Presenter: Hugh Dellar & Damian Williams
Theme: Flexibility, personalisation and clear goals for mixed ability classes
When & where: 11:05am-11:35am, room 1a
Skills and Scaffolds: working with academic discourse for University Success
Presenter: Lawrence Zwier
Theme: English for academic purposes, University Success
When & where: 12:05pm-12:35pm, room 3a