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ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

  • 1.  ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 08-06-2020 16:17

    ICIS & SLWIS Webinar: From Contrastive Rhetoric to Intercultural Rhetoric Research

    The webinar aims to honor Robert Kaplan's legacy and discuss Contrastive Rhetoric to Intercultural Rhetoric Research and its applications for TESOL professionals nowadays.

    Time: Jun 11, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Presenter: Dr. Ulla Connor

    Dr. Connor is Director of the International Center for Intercultural Communication and Zimmer Endowed Chair at Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis. She has taught ESL/EFL/ESP and teacher education in many countries and contexts, including public schools, colleges, and in professional and community workplaces. Her publications include the books Contrastive Rhetoric: Cross-cultural Aspects of Second Language Writing (CUP, 1996) and Intercultural Rhetoric in the Writing Classroom (U of Michigan Press, 2011).

    Register in advance for this session at:

    https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcofu-tqDMiGtadJOQkFLYgm1mq3PSWmuCX

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    This webinar will be recorded.

    We hope to see you at the webinar!

    Roxanna Senyshyn

    Co-Chair, ICIS



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    Roxanna Senyshyn
    Associate Professor, Applied Linguistics and Communication Arts and Sciences
    Pennsylvania State University, Abington College
    United States
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  • 2.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 09-06-2020 13:33

    Hi Roxanna Senyshyn,

    Re:  ICIS & SLWIS Webinar: Robert Kaplan's Legacy: From Constrastive Rhetoric to Intercultural Rhetoric Research.


    Will there be hand-out before the class start?   Is this just an hour for one-day session, that is it---June 11?   Will there be fees to participate in this "webinar?"  

    Thank you,

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL
    Greenville Univesity
    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).
    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.
    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.
    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...    

     




  • 3.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 30 days ago
    Hi MerriLee,

    Yes, the webinar is on June 11 at 11 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). The webinar is free, and there are no handouts/readings to be completed before the session. If you cannot attend it, the recording of the webinar will be shared early next week on myTESOL. Thanks for your interest and we hope to see you at the webinar!

    Roxanna

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    Roxanna Senyshyn
    Assistant Professor, Applied Linguistics and Communication Arts and Sciences
    Pennsylvania State University, Abington College
    United States
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  • 4.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 30 days ago

    Roxanna – Do you have access into the registration system?  Could you please check to see if my Registration has gone through your registration record?  I was issued this meeting number-for some reason:  Meeting ID: 935 9656 8802.  There were crooks online asking for payment-It's a good thing banks are swift and savvy nowadays at legitimizing card charges-"The webinar is free."  

    Thank you much,

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL

    Greenville Univesity

    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).

    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.

    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.

    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...    

     







  • 5.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 30 days ago
    MerriLee -- I asked TESOL to check if you are registered and I was told that you are in! So you should be have info on how to connect tomorrow. See you at the webinar.  ---  Roxanna

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    Roxanna Senyshyn
    Assistant Professor, Applied Linguistics and Communication Arts and Sciences
    Pennsylvania State University, Abington College
    United States
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  • 6.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 30 days ago

    Super.  Thanks much for the confirmation, Roxanna.  I will see you on zoom tomorrow, then-June 11 @ 11: A.M.  It seems 'zoom' has put 'skype' out of business.  My weekly church bible study has been relocated on zoom since the announcement was made about deadly CoVid-late February. 

    Appreciate your help.

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL

    Greenville Univesity

    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).

    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.

    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.

    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...    

     







  • 7.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 29 days ago
    Hi Merilee,

    When I have questions about a Webinar that looks interesting and requires registration, I usually click to register, as I did with the ICIS and SLW webinar.

    In this case, that step answered one of your questions; there is no fee.

    The second reason I usually register is that in case you can't attend, which is often the case for me 12 time zones away from east coast USA, you'll be on the mailing list for recordings.

    I track webinars I follow in this way, or actually attend, or host, at http://learning2gether.pbworks.com

    If I get word of a recording, I post its link in my archives at https://learning2gether.net

    If the recording is password protected I will note that if I'm aware of it; or if I'm not aware I guess not everyone can access it.

    Anyway, once you register, you often get more information about the event, so I recommend you do that as a first step for webinars you think you might want to attend.

    Thanks for your helpful contributions on these lists,

    Vance


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    VanceStevens
    Malaysia
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  • 8.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 29 days ago

    Mr. Vance – The e-mail you sent to me is extremely helpful-thanks much.  I don't expect cancelling my registration-I hope to be up early and out of bed before it starts. 

    Tomorrow would be my first participation with colleagues on zoom.  I know the site hasn't been perfected yet-it freezes up more often than not.  It's good to know the discussion will be brief and recorded.  I hope connectivity cooperates with everybody tomorrow.  I'm looking forward to meeting members face-to-face-beyond myTESOL Lounge site. 

    Appreciate your e-mail, Mr. Vance.  I see that you are overseas right now-the Internet is great in bringing everybody closer. 

    Enjoy your week! 

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL

    Greenville Univesity

    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).

    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.

    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.

    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...    

     







  • 9.  RE: ICIS and SLW collaborative webinar: From Contrastive to Intercultural Rhetoric

    Posted 29 days ago

    Roxanna – Thanks much for the invite to be a part of today's myTESOL Lounge discussion via Webinar-ZOOM on-Dr. R. Kaplan's contributions to academia. In particular, his research study about- Intercultural Rhetoric. 

    I apologize for chiming-in late into the discussion, but I believe I have learned just a bit more about Dr. Kaplan's research focused study on Intercultural Rhetoric.  I hope for educators, in particular, that his work can be integrated contextually into the classroom to broaden students' knowledge with regard to:  "Contrastive Rhetoric to Intercultural Rhetoric Research."  Thanks again and hope to see you again soon on zoom.

    Enjoy your day!

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL

    Greenville Univesity

    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).

    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.

    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.

    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...    


    On Wed, Jun 10, 2020 at 11:52 PM Merrilee Leonard <merrileetl@gmail.com> wrote:

    Mr. Vance – The e-mail you sent to me is extremely helpful-thanks much.  I don't expect cancelling my registration-I hope to be up early and out of bed before it starts. 

    Tomorrow would be my first participation with colleagues on zoom.  I know the site hasn't been perfected yet-it freezes up more often than not.  It's good to know the discussion will be brief and recorded.  I hope connectivity cooperates with everybody tomorrow.  I'm looking forward to meeting members face-to-face-beyond myTESOL Lounge site. 

    Appreciate your e-mail, Mr. Vance.  I see that you are overseas right now-the Internet is great in bringing everybody closer. 

    Enjoy your week! 

    MerriLee  Leonard

    M.A.Ed.,TESL

    Greenville Univesity

    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).

    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.

    ISBN-10: 152-4962708.

    BookLink:  he.kendallhunt.com/product/...