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Photos From TESOL Symposium in Philippines

TESOL Symposium on differentiate instruction was held at the Manila Hotel on December 5, 2009. The symposium attracted 270 ESOL professionals from all over Asia.

TESOL symposium speakers, TESOL officers and PALT’s leaders: back row from left – Aurelio P. Vilbar, Linda New Levine, David Nunan, Penny Ur, Chuck S. Amorosino, Jr.; front row from left – Mark Algren, Helen C. Parcon, Ma. Lourdes G. Tayao.

TESOL President, Mark Algren, gave a welcoming and introductory speech to the symposium attendees.

Linda New Levine introduced her presentation on Differentiating Language Instruction in the K-12 Philippine Classroom.

Penny Ur gave a brief introduction about her presentation on Teaching Large heterogeneous Classes: Some Practical Principles.

Special performance during the lunch break from Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology Dance Troupe and Chorale.

During the afternoon breakout session, Linda New Levine presented more about how to differentiate language instruction for the K-12 classrooms.

David Nunan gave a presentation on Teaching Listening and Speaking Skills to Large, Multilevel Classes.

Ma. Lourdes G. Tayao led the summary session after the afternoon breakout sessions.