Patryn wrote:to weed out the people who don't read the instructions? They're written pretty clearly on the application form for anyone to read. And in English too! And when you consider that ALT presentations are to be conducted in English, it'd be a pretty safe bet that they'd want people who understand English to present. So for the ones who can't read the form, they probably won't be able to read any further instructions, and fail miserably at being a TOA.
I don't think anyone's said the based off 2 of the 3 bit. As for the why only 2... A better question would be "why would anyone want to read through even MORE outlines than they had to?" I think it'd be reasonable to assume that if two of your outlines are consistent in quality, any other outlines would be comparable in quality.
Yes, presentation outlines are for everyone. The TOAs help out with the workshops apparently.
Yes, outlines based on the topics given in the tick boxes on the form.
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