Asian scholars discuss English teaching in HCMC

By Thao Vi, Thanh Nien News

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Professor Christine C. M. Goh from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University speaks at a conference on English teaching in Ho Chi Minh City October 24, 2014. Photo: Thao Vi Professor Christine C. M. Goh from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University speaks at a conference on English teaching in Ho Chi Minh City October 24, 2014. Photo: Thao Vi
More than 200 local and foreign educators attended a two-day conference in Ho Chi Minh City last weekend to exchange experiences in teaching English language.
The educators from Vietnamese and regional universities, including Singapore’s Nanyang, Hong Kong’s Music Management Marketing, and the Philippines’ De La Salle, discussed English teaching approaches and techniques for language skills and specialized subjects like culture and literature.
Some of them introduced their researches on culture integration and technology use in teaching English language at the biennial conference, which was held for the second time by the Faculty of English Linguistics and Literature of HCMC-based University of Social Sciences and Humanities.

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