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S. Hannigan – Tackling Global Dilemmas

L. Smirnova – Teacher Development in Integrating Technology: Mind the Gap

R. Milrood – Research Skills in English: A Chase or Hurdle Race?

G. Benson, I. Slesarenko, P. Shamrickaya – Developing Language Training Programmes for University Research and Teaching Staff

L. Bondareva, V.V. Danilina – Teaching Multicultural Groups in English: Does Language Proficiency Matter?

E. Shadrova – Teaching University Instructors and Researchers to Deliver Academic Presentations in English

J. McCarten – Bridging the Gap between General English and EAP: Grammar and Vocabulary in Translation

J. Day – Designing a Blended ESP Course

W. Rimmer – Grammar and EAP

I. Korotkina – Do You Speak Ancient Greek?

J. Dearden – English as a Medium of Instruction – A Growing Global Phenomenon

Prof. M. McCarthy – Breaking into Upper Level: What Does It Involve?

Prof. M. McCarthy – Spoken Fluency Revisited

T. Skopintseva –  Integrating Pronunciation into ESP/EAP/EMI Curriculum

A. Gorizontova – Measuring Teachers’ Professional Levels

L. Kuznetsova – On University English Course Process and Outcomes: Analysis of Students’ Opinion

S. Suchkova – How to Publish Internationally: Reviewer’s Perspective

T. Prince – Critical Thinking in Academic Writing

E. Bazanova, S. Suchkova – American Writing Centres

R. Milrood – Universal Cognitive Skills: Continuity of Secondary and Tertiaty Education

A. Squires – Education by Argument

J. McFarland – The Importance of Humanities in a Technical Education

E. Vyushkina – CLIL Approach to a Legal English Course

Conference Statistics

  •  61 presenters
  • 350 participants representing 51 universities including 8 universities from Europe and US
  • 18 Russian universities participating in the Academic Excellence Initiative Project (5-100 Project)
  • 25 Russian universities including leading national universities Moscow State University, St.P. University, New Economic School, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, MGIMO University and many regional federal universities
  • Among the participants there we representatives of 10 private language schools and centers as well as some students of linguistics

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What Participants Say:

Olga Dolganova,
ESP Senior Lecturer, MSSES (Russia) – the University of Manchester (UK)
This conference in MISIS has been a remarkable event in teaching English in the Russian higher education context. The talks, workshops, poster presentations and discussions have added so much to my understanding of how the quality of teaching English can be enhanced in the Russian university context. I have talked to the teachers and researchers from different countries and parts of Russia and I am delighted to admit that the conference`s organisers have done a great job by bringing together a great amount of dedicated to their work English teaching enthusiasts, who contributes a lot to making teaching English more effective. I look forward to the next year conference.

Jeremy Day,
DayELT, Poland
jeremy-day-image“In ESP/EAP today, we face an ever-growing list of challenges. I firmly believe that the best way to overcome these challenges, and to push the boundaries of what we can achieve inside the classroom and beyond, is by building connections with like-minded professionals, sharing ideas and supporting each other. That’s why events like the ESP/EAP/EMI conference at MISIS are so vitally important. The organisers did a fantastic job of bringing together so many experts and thought-leaders from Russia and other countries, and making the whole event run so smoothly. I was inspired by the professionalism, dedication and creativity of all the teachers I met. It was a pleasure to meet so many great people, and I hope to come back soon.”


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