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WITH just four months to go, things are certainly shaping up for the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) Seventh Biennial International Conference in May.
To encourage the participation of rural teachers in the upcoming Seventh Melta biennial international conference in May, the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) has decided to sponsor 10 teachers from rural schools for the conference.
WE have hitched a ride on a rocket and none of us knows where it is going,#8221; said journalist John Naughton when discussing the Internet, much touted as a revolutionary and fundamental force that will affect all areas of life. However, the full capacity of the Internet #8211; whether in education, business, healthcare, publishing #8211; is anyone's guess.
Following the Government's decision to change the medium of instruction for Science and Mathematics teachers from Bahasa Malaysia to English, the role of language educators has evolved too.
THE Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) has a daunting task ahead #8211; organising a nationwide think-tank on I>The Role of English Language in Nation-building/I>.
For the benefit of participants, the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) will be introducing special interest groups on specific areas at the Seventh Biennial Melta International Conference next month.
THE Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) will go ahead with its international conference next month amid precautionary measures in view of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak.
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.
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.
The Education Ministry will address changes in the teaching and learning of the English language at an international conference in Kuala Lumpur this week.