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Need to promote literature

Concerned about the future of the English literature in schools, the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) will be organising a national convention on it next April, a pre-cursor to their biennial international conference in May.


Melta's upbeat on current trends

DEALING with the changing landscape in English Language education will be the main focus of next year's Eighth Malaysian English Language Teaching Association's (Melta) Biennial International Conference.


Innovative teaching

If you are a teacher, particularly in a public school in Malaysia, you are bound to face students who need to be coaxed and persuaded to participate in class discussion and activities. Whether they are shy or just apathetic, teachers are often at their wits' end trying to find ways to get their students interested.


Paper presenters wanted for Melta

The Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) is calling on teachers to submit proposals for paper presentations for its national conference on Oracy.


Melta invites proposals for national oracy meet

The Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) invites contributors to submit proposals for its upcoming national oracy conference in May and June.


Literature enthusiasts wil get chance to meet writers

Literature enthusiasts will get a chance to meet writers and poets Latiff Mohidin, K.S. Maniam and Salleh Ben Joned at the Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair at Putra World Trade Centre this weekend.


Participants give thumbs up to an event well organised

The Seventh Biennial Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) International Conference 2003 ended Tuesday with the organisers expressing optimism that teacher collaboration had been further enhanced.


Conference on changes in teaching English

The Education Ministry will address changes in the teaching and learning of the English language at an international conference in Kuala Lumpur this week.


All-encompassing Melta event

THE use of technology in the classroom, dealing with reluctant and slow learners, and concerns regarding teacher education are among issues that will be discussed at the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association's (Melta) international conference next Sunday.


Focus on literature component

WITH literature being re-introduced in the school syllabus, teachers have a lot more on their plate. Not only do they have to deal with students who have a low proficiency in English, they have to grapple with the relatively difficult prescribed texts and make the literature class more interesting.