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National Seminar-Workshop in English
The Philippine Professional Linkage from Various Disciplines, Inc. (PPLFVDI) will conduct the National Seminar-Workshop in English with the theme "Global Issues and Practices in Teaching English as a Second Language" on the following dates and venues:

April 9-11, 2012
BPSTEA Building, Tagbilaran, Bohol
April 20-22, 2012
Calapan Mindoro

The Seminar-Workshop aims to:
  1. update the teachers on the latest issues in teaching English as a second language (TESL);
  2. teach them English the easy way out;
  3. make the students learn and love the English language as their second language; and
  4. equip them with adequate techniques to learn the language to make them globally competitive.
The participants to this activity are principals, head teachers, supervisors, English teachers of elementary and secondary schools from both public and private schools, and graduating students taking up Education course major in English.

Each participant shall be charged a registration fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (PhP2,500.00) to cover expenses for snacks (5), lunch (2), kits and soft copies of the speakers topics. However, a special fee of One Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Pesos (PhP1,780.00) will be given to each early registrant. Payment may be made through the Landbank of the Philippines (LBP) Account No. 0071-3571-39.

For more information, contact the PPLFVDI Office at any of these mobile phone nos.: 0926-700-0619 and 0917-514-5325 or send a message through e-mail address: philproflink@yahoo.com.

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