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[Workshop] 2019 Asia University EMI Workshop - The Center for the Development of Language Teaching and Research - Asia University Taiwan

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[Workshop] 2019 Asia University EMI Workshop

2019 EMI Workshop

Speaker 1: Dr. Keith Sai-Tao Tong

                  Director, Centre for Language Education,

                  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Speaker 2: Dr. Nicholas Sampson

                  Lecturer, Centre for Language Education,

                  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Date: 5th August to 16th August, 2019

Time: 9:00~12:00 & 13:30~16:30

Venue: Asia Lecture Hall (A115), Asia University

Registration Link : https://bit.ly/2H1eGvs

Biodata of Dr. Keith Sai-tao TONG

Dr. Keith Tong has forty years’ experience in language education, teaching at secondary and tertiary levels, and being involved in teacher education in Hong Kong.

He is currently Director of the Center for Language Education at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and is responsible for the development and implementation of language courses for both undergraduates and postgraduates at the university.

He has shared his insights in language learning and teaching on various occasions in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, and at international conferences, and has served on adjudicating panels of teaching awards.

He speaks English, Cantonese and Putonghua, and is a co-author of Colloquial Cantonese, published by Routledge.  He has a B.A., an M.A., a Cert. Ed., an Adv. Dip. Ed., and a Ph.D. in Educational Management.

Biodata of Dr. Nicholas Sampson

Dr Nicholas Sampson has been involved in education for the past 34 years, both as a teacher of English and as an ELT author with Macmillan Publishers and Pearson Education. He has written more than 80 ELT textbooks for the Asian market.

Dr Sampson has been involved in secondary and tertiary education in Hong Kong since 1990, firstly as a full-time textbook writer with Macmillan Publishers for 11 years, then as a lecturer with the Centre for Language Education at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for 9 years. Dr Sampson was a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University for 8 years. In 2018, Dr Sampson returned to the Center for Language Education at HKUST, where he is currently a Lecturer. He also teaches on the HKUST MBA programme.

Dr Sampson holds a Cert TEFL, an MEd (ELT) from Sheffield University and an EdD from Hong Kong University.

 

 

Week 1-Led by Dr. Nicholas Sampson

 

 

Monday 5th Aug

Tuesday 6th Aug

Wednesday 7th Aug

Thursday 8th Aug

Friday 9th Aug

0900 - 1200

English as a global language;

English as a Lingua Franca;

self-evaluation of English use

From listening to speaking;

mastering English phonology

Speaking persuasively:  input and practice

 

Giving feedback

Practicum:

10-min talks given by participants and feedback

1200 - 1330

 

Lunch Break

 

1330 - 1630

Impromptu speaking skills;

acquiring multiple competencies for university teaching

 

Speaking clearly: input and practice;

 

Tone and style in speaking

Practicum:

10-min talks given by participants and feedback

Debriefing on Week One learning and goal-setting

 

Week 2-Led by Dr. Keith Sai-tao Tong

 

 

Monday 12th Aug

Tuesday 13th Aug

Wednesday 14th Aug

Thursday 15th Aug

Friday 16th Aug

0900 - 1200 

Academic literacies;

genre in subject disciplines

Story-telling and other techniques in giving lectures

Articulating learning outcomes;

Checking understanding

Facilitating the Q&A session

 

Practicum:

15-min lectures given by participants and feedback

1200 - 1330

 

Lunch Break

 

1330 - 1630

Structuring an academic lecture

 

 

Effective use of audio-visual aids and the “assertion-evidence approach” to making presentations

EMI Forum (Invited speakers from Taiwan will join)

Practicum:

15-min lectures given by participants and feedback

Debriefing on Week Two learning and goal-setting

 

 

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