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In September 2005, Pastor David Wilkerson and his son Gary came to Santiago, Chile, to give a two-day conference for pastors and their wives. This video shows how the event was put together. videos of the actual sessions are availble from the the Chilean Bible Society.
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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE, is to hold the third Southern Power Electronic Conference, SPEC 2017, the most important power electronic conference in the Southern Hemisphere. SPEC 2017 will be held on December 4 and 7 2017 and will bring together presenters and participants who are knowledgeable about a range of new technologies, trends and innovations in power electronics and industrial applications. Researchers, students and academics from around the world will be in attendance. The event will consist of four sessions and is to be held at the Hotel Patagónico in the city of Puerto Varas in the Lakes Region of southern Chile.
This is livestream record video. Day 2 Streaming Schedule Thursday, October 13 Public Inauguration Ceremony 11:00 – 12:30 Chile / 14:00 – 15:30 GMT Friday, October 14 Conference – Opening and Session No 1 10:00 – 13:15 Chile / 13:00 – 16:15 GMT Conference – Session No 2 16:00 – 18:15 Chile / 19:00 – 21:15 GMT Saturday, October 15 Conference – Session No 3 09:00 – 11:15 Chile / 12:00 – 14:15 GMT Sunday, October 16 Conference – Closing 19:00 – 20:30 Chile / 22:00 – 23:30 GMT
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Plenary 2: Latino-Friendly Pedagogy-at last! We teach Spanish speakers, who ought to get up to B1 level – and beyond- in English significantly faster than most other learners. But, in the main, they don't. Why not? I believe it's largely because the approach, methods and materials that we've been using are too 'international', and neither sufficiently based around nor tailored to our students' strengths and main needs. This highly practical session will demonstrate 20 ways to greatly improve the fit between your day-to-day teaching and thepedagogical needs of Chilean teens and adults.
Plenary: Back between the covers: should coursebooks exist in a modern age? Coursebooks are under attack from many different directions: the digital world which threatens to engulf them; their one-size-fits-all pedagogy; their relentless gramar syllabuses; and their lack of ‘unpluggedness’. Coming back to coursebook writing has made me confront these issues. This talk is the result of those confrontations!
Hooking English: using song lines to build on existing knowledge Songs are probably our most effective and motivating source of authentic listening, at all levels and with all age groups, in and out of class. But, rather than just use the best or most useful bits from lots of songs, we tend to think of them as long texts and ‘do’ whole songs, which greatly restricts both the number and range we can use. This lively, highly practical talk addresses this problem and demonstrates lots of quick and, dare I say, original ways to use short song extracts in class. Come along to see how song lines are superb language reference and pronunciation models and can be used to input, to elicit, present, practice, personalize, extend, move & ‘hook’ almost anything. You may never think of songs in quite th...
En un mundo en el cual el consumismo se basa cada día más en la confianza que los consumidores tienen con una marca, y en una época en la cual las opiniones y quejas se comparten fácilmente e instantáneamente con millones de personas a través de plataformas digitales, la buena atención al cliente no es solamente el nuevo marketing sino que es indispensable para tener una empresa exitosa. Es por esto que Seminarium trae a sus clientes los expertos de atención al cliente más conocidos, más innovadores y más respetados a nivel internacional: Disney.
Secretary Kerry speaks on a high level panel moderated by Alicia Bárcena, United Nations ECLAC, with additional remarks by Chilean Foreign Minister Heraldo Muñoz, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Costa Rican Foreign Minister Manuel González, Tone Skogen, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway, José Graziano da Silva, Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Karmenu Vella, Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Union on October 5, 2015.
Opening Plenary: Communicative language teaching: Forty years on It is 50 years since Dell Hymes first coined the term ‘communicative competence’ and it took only another ten before the concept became the foundation of a new approach to second language teaching. Forty years on, where is the communicative approach? Are the goals of language teaching still communicative competence? If so, what happened to the idea that ‘you learn to communicate by communicating’? In this talk I shall review the core concepts that inspired CLT, and trace how they were developed and then – through want of a coherent learning theory – abandoned. Betrayed, even. I will argue that it is well past time that we revisited the foundational principles of CLT and argue that there are now good grounds – including a c...
http://www.snaicc.org.au/conference Marta is currently a member and Vice-president of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child and Special Rapporteur for Australia (2009-2013), independent consultant in social policy, human rights and international relations. She is a member of the board of several national and international NGOs related to academic, social and political issues, and women and children´s rights.
(16 Aug 2017) Vice President Mike Pence called on Chile to "break all diplomatic and commercial ties" to North Korea. During a media conference in Santiago, Pence said he made the request during a meeting with Chilean president Michelle Bachelet. He requested Peru, Mexico and Brazil to do the same. North Korea has no diplomatic offices or banking institution in Chile, but the two countries do have a trade relationship. Pence says, "We are beginning to see progress" when it comes to North Korea, but says that "much more" must still be done. The Trump administration has been trying to pressure Pyongyang to halt its nuclear and ballistic missile programme. Pence and Bachelet also spoke about the importance of finding a diplomatic solution to the ongoing crisis taking place in Venezuela....