The role of KOTESOL is to promote scholarship, disseminate information, and facilitate cross-cultural understanding among persons concerned with teaching and learning of English in Korea.
Pre-registration for this year's National Conference is now CLOSED! We are hosting the conference at Korea National University of Education. Information about the conference can be found here: http://koreatesol.org/NC2013 .
See you there!
Registration fees for the 2013 KoreaTESOL International Conference (12-13 October 2013) are as follows:
25,000 Students (undergraduates only)
55,000 Group (5 or more; non-members)
30,000 Students (undergraduates only)
The Christian Teachers SIG invites you to attend its 4th symposium to be held on Saturday, June 15 at at the Global Language Center at Handong Global University (campus map attached below). This year's theme is "Doing Justice, Loving Kindness, Walking Humbly: Teaching English in accordance with Micah 6:8."
For those staying on campus Friday, June 14:
On Saturday, May 4th Professor Grace Wang of Yonsei University presented seven principles for motivating shy learners. Six were from "Learning to listen; Learning to teach" by Jane Vella and the seventh comes via HD Brown. These principles involve facilitating:
This Staurday's Gyeonggi-Yongin Chapter workshop Understanding Teenagers, which will be presented by Leonie Overbeek, will be held in the Insakwon Building in Room 219 at Kangnam University in Yongin from 1PM to 3PM.
We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!
The 2013 National Conference is fast approaching! The Daejeon-Chungcheong Chapter is hosting the conference at Korea National University of Education on May 25. We will be renting a bus to transport conference attendees to and from the conference. THERE IS NO FEE FOR THE BUS TRIP! The bus will pick up members at Daejeon Station's back entrance at 07:45. It will then travel to Woosong University (우송공대정문으로 가주세요) where members can board at 08:00.
The newly arrived Yongin Everline Train is now open and has access with a station at Kangnam University.
Interested in being published in literature? The Proverse Prize for literature may be of interest to you.
In 1999 KOTESOL published a collection of information on living and working in Korea as well as practical ideas for teachers in Korean classrooms. The original version can be found here: http://www.koreatesol.org/content/kotesol-handbook
KOTESOL is very happy to announce that it is updating the handbook and eliciting submissions from members.