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Talks and Workshops by Richard Smith at and after the 18th NELTA conference (Kathmandu and Janakpur, Nepal), February 2013

1) Keynote paper, Kathmandu and Janakpur - 'Transformations in ELT - Contexts, Agents and Opportunities'. Powerpoint slides. Handout with links and references. NEW! Related article in Conference Proceedings (pre-publication version)

2) Plenary talk, Kathmandu and Janakpur: 'Teaching in Large classes'. Powerpoint slides (with thanks to Dr Fauzia Shamim for the initial template); Handout.

3) Workshop, with Jovan Ilic (British Council Nepal), Kathmandu: 'Teaching and Researching in Large Classes'. No slides or handout (we worked with participants' own experiences of recent success).

Participants in the conference workshop (Kathmandu):


workshop in Kathmandu

With Masters students from Tribhuvan University who were attending the conference in Kathmandu:


The conference in Janakpur:


Plenary on 'Teaching and Researching in Large Classes' in Janakpur:



Students attending the conference in Janakpur:

Janakpur plenary audience