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Read English Actively for Language and Life Skills (REALL) SIG
Read...imagine....draw, sing, or act the story! Collaborative, and creative, it’s active, social, and fun. It’s REALL: Read English Actively for Language and Life Skills, an innovative way to celebrate novels and stories via the arts. Established by Alison Larkin Koushki, Senior Instructor in AUK’s Intensive English Program, students enhance all 4 language skills while mining the riches of literature, then portraying them as art and performance. Sound, lights, costumes, acting – in REALL, students form teams, whether on stage or backstage, script, reporting, make-up or “Writer’s Corner,” and work together to enliven the narrative. The learning imprint lasts because it’s REALL.
This SIG is focused on the teaching and use of English in the Private Sector especially in the Knowledge Economy. That means the use and teaching of English in “informal” education as differentiated from the Educational Institutions. This SIG will support the needs of Executives, Human Resources Managers, Department Managers and Project Managers who are managing a multi-lingual workforce and the communications challenges that environment poses. The SIG is chaired by Dana Winner who brings 45 years of business experience. SIG members are Administrators and Teachers of ESL, Business and Information Management, business executives and managers, especially HRM specialists.
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Non Native English Speaker in TESOL (NNEST)
The Non-native English Speakers in TESOL (NNEST) aims at focusing on interaction of non-native professionals who share common interests and issues concerning their non-native background. It creates a venue for identifying and addressing non-native English speaking teachers’ issues and facilitating communication and networking both among interest group members and those of TESOL Kuwait at large. The NNEST SIG has been established and chaired by Rana Khan, an English Language Instructor at Kuwait University and active TESOLer. To accomplish these goals NNEST members shall:
- Create a non-discriminatory professional environment for all TESOL members regardless of their native language, race and place of birth
- Enhance, and empower the professional growth of its members
- Stimulate scholarship, research, and professional development by sponsoring special projects, and publications in all media
- To promote, advance and develop academic and professional awareness of NNEST professionals in the field
Membership of NNEST SIG is open to all.
Promotes the use of technological practices and resources to facilitate learning in the field of English language teaching.
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