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Dec 13, 2019

Two-day International Conference on English Language Teaching: Trends and Innovations

Hosted by : SSN College of Engineering

Department : All Departments
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SSN Institutions, founded by Dr. Shiv Nadar,Chairman, HCL Technologies, stands out as a premier centre of higher learning with a mission of pursuing excellence in education and research. SSN College of Engineering, established in 1996, is one of the leading institutions in Tamil Nadu in the field of engineering and technology. Situated on a sprawling 227-acre site, SSN is equipped with accomplished faculty, world-class ambience and residential amenities. All these facilities have

enabled SSN to be ranked regularly as one of the best engineering colleges in India. SSN offers 400 attractive scholarships every year to meritorious and deserving students to encourage the value of education and make it accessible to students of all economic strata. SSN College of Engineering is accredited A+ by NAAC. As per NIRF, it ranks 27th among engineering colleges and 80th among all

educational institutions in the country.



The conference aims at promoting research and highlighting the innovations possible in an English classroom, thus improving upon the quality of English language teaching. English teachers of today are faced with multifarious challenges in the classroom in spiteof their access to numerous theories to guide their teaching practices. The stage is now set for innovations in English Language Teaching to redeem the classroom participation theoretically and practically. This conference at SSN College of Engineering is expected to be a platform for teachers to share their knowledge, and learn from the experience of others, and also enjoy the give-and-take of ideas.

Conference website: <http://bit.ly/SSNELT2019>


 Action / Classroom / Practitioner Research

 Technology Assisted Language Learning

 LSRW Skills

 Language and Literature

 Language testing and assessment

 ELT Theories

 Bi-lingual / Multi-lingual Teaching

 Tackling Linguistic Challenges (phonology/syntax)

 Methods and Materials

 ELT for Limited English Proficient (LEP) Learners

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