September 10th, 8:30 to 17:30
I.S.P. “Joaquín V. González” (Ayacucho 632, C.A.B.A.)
What challenges does a globalised world with permeable borders pose to ELT professionals? In what way has the role of English changed and thus, our concerns and expected competencies as language teachers? Join us for a thought-provoking seminar which will encourage us to see ourselves, our profession and our work in a different light.
APIBA is very proud to have these renowned speakers as part of its Annual Seminar this year:
Florencia Perduca and research team
Cristina Banfi, Silvia Iummato and research team
Special fees for APIBA members and Trainee Teachers (Teacher Training College students)!
Join our OPEN CLASS on Saturday, June 4th at 3 pm: the perfect opportunity to get in touch with the type of activities that we will develop during the workshop, to make all questions you may have, and also to get to know each other!
Natalia Barry is an actress and a student of the last year in Scientific-Literary Translation at Lenguas Vivas "Juan Ramón Fernández". She has delivered drama workshops since 1999 in institutions such as Centro Universitario de Idiomas, Programa Lexia Buenos Aires, and within her own project, Tomato Spirit Clubs. She has worked as an actress, playwright and director for over 25 years, both in Argentina and abroad (in Bolivia, Spain, Germany and Portugal).
Currently, she delivers presentations and personal impact workshops in-company and works on her piece "To Be or Not To Be... from the South", an autobiographical play in English, on the translation and acting of the classics. This play was presented at several academic venues such as "Congreso Internacional de Lenguas Extranjeras, Lenguas Vivas" and "Celebrating Shakespeare, Universidad de La Plata", both in 2015, and will be part of "Encuentro Regional de Profesores de Inglés de La Pampa" and FAAPI, both in 2016.