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February 27, 2006

Industry Event - A Discussion of TESOL Standardization in the US Education System

You are cordially invited to a presentation and discussion of pre-circulated work
entitled "The NCATE/TESOL Teacher Education Standards: A Critical Review and Counter Proposal" by Dr. David Hanauer and Dr. Michael Newman.

What are the current NCATE/TESOL teacher education standards? What are the alternatives? . . .

. . . Find out this Thursday, March 2, 4:30-5:45 in the Nicholson Library, Leonard Hall, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA 15705

For more information, please visit this link:


To read the full-text of the paper before you attend, please click HERE.

Hope to see you there,

Lee Hobbs, ABD
Editor-in-chief, ESLemployment Publications
E-mail: lee.hobbs[at]eslemployment.com
Blog: http://www.english-blog.com

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Posted by lhobbs at February 27, 2006 08:38 PM

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