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Dear All,


We are so happy that we successfully launched our first Public Lecture Program on July 22, 2016, featuring Dr. Martin Lamb from School of Education, University of Leeds, UK. English UNJA would like thank you for your participation and hard work to make our first Public Lecture Program happen. It was a great success and it all thanks to you. We also would like to extend our gratitude to Dr. Martin Lamb for his visit and wonderful presentation. It was a very inspiring and enriching presentation about learners' motivation, and we believe will change the way we view our learners and teaching practices. Hope to see him again in the near future. One of our colleagues from English UNJA will write a review of the presentation soon and will post it in this website. We will also post some pictures of the event soon, both in this website and our Facebook page. Just wait and see. We also would like to thank the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP), University of Jambi, the Dean, Prof. Rusdi, and the Vice Deans for their support in this event.


Dr. Martin Lamb has also generously allowed us to distribute his presentation materials to the participants. You can download the material here by first filling in our Program Evaluation Questionnaire. This questionnaire is aimed at gathering responses from the participants of the event for future improvement of the program. All responses recorded here will be kept confidential and will only be used solely for the purposes of improving our programs at English UNJA. At the end of the questionnaire you will be able to retrieve a link to download the material. Click the link below to proceed to the questionnaire:

Program Evaluation Questionnaire - Public Lecture by Dr. Martin Lamb

Thank you very much. Please check this website regularly and like our Facebook Page @englishunja for more updates and news on our future events.


English UNJA


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