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Malta Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language

 

MATEFL is an organisation run by and for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. It is dedicated to the professional
developmentof its members, the majority of whom are employed in Malta’s
47 EFL schools, by facilitating the sharing and
exchanging of ideas and keeping abreast of new developments in the EFL world. The Association runs a minimum of three
seminar/workshops a year for its members. The majority of these are led by members themselves in a spirit of sharing the
best of TEFL practice in Malta. Once or twice a year a well-known international practitioner/author is brought over to Malta
to lead a workshop for MATEFL.
                                                                                                                                  
MATEFL is an affiliate member of IATEFL
 

 




Provisional dates for 2017 activities
Date Event Time/Venue
Wednesday 8th March AGM + Workshop 'Tricks with Texts' led by Alan Marsh(90 mins)

Time: 16:00 – 19:30
Venue: Easy School of Languages,
Valletta

Saturday 6th May
Seminar led by Antonia Caire
Time: 8.00 - 12.45
Venue: University of Malta
Saturday 24th June Multi-Workshops
Time: 9.15 - 13.15
Venue: Ace English, Level 4 Bay Street Complex,
St Julian's
Saturday 25th November Multi-Workshops
Time: 9.15 - 13.15
Venue: Ace English, Level 4 Bay Street Complex, St Julian's

 


click here to take advantage
of the reduced rate for
affiliate members to
join IATEFL 

click here to find out about sponsorship
to attend an IATEFL conference

 


MATEFL NEWSLETTER

MATEFL is always lookingfor
interesting ELT related
articles for the newsletter.  
If you have something you
would like to share with
other members:  an article,
an interesting or funny
story or a favourite lesson
plan, please send it to


info@matefl.org

TEFL & TELT courses 

TEFL & Preparation for the
Monitoring Board EFL (TELT) Exam
Courses designed and led by

Alan Marsh


click for details

Monitoring Board English
Language Examination
 (TELT)

For a list of schools which hold
preparation courses for the above examination click 
here

The NEST versus NNEST dichotomy
This is an extremely interesting and relevant talk on the question of native speakers and non-native speaker teachers. 
Well worth watching. 



Presentation and Workshop Proposal
to be completed by teachers intending to present a sesion at a MATEFL Seminar/Workshop

Click here
CLICK HERE FOR UPCOMING CPD SESSIONS