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National Seminar-Workshop on Teaching and Reading Literature

The International English Learners Training Institute, Inc. (IELTI) will conduct the National Seminar-Workshop on Teaching and Reading Literature with the theme "How to Teach and Read Literature More Effectively" on January 20-22, 2012 at the Romulo Hall, Teachers Camp, Baguio City.
The seminar-workshop aims to help the participants to:
  1. identify and discuss the issues inside the literature classroom;
  2. appreciate the different ways of reading literature;
  3. teach poetry;
  4. design teaching plans that enhance students' love for literature; and
  5. interpret literary texts.
The seminar-workshop is open to all English teachers at all levels, school administrators, and college students taking up Education from both public and private institutions.

Each participant shall be charged a registration fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (PhP2,500.00) to cover expenses for lunch (2) and snacks (4), workshop materials, bags, and certificates. A discounted fee of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pesos (PhP2,250.00) maybe availed by each early registrant through bank deposit on or before January 8, 2012. The same offer is given to participants who register in groups of not less than five (5) members.

For more information, contact Ms. Maria Vanessa Arador, Seminar Coordinator at any of the mobile phone nos.: 0929-1371-689/0933-5659-595 or send a message through e-mail address: internationalenglishlearnersgmail.com.

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