The 17th Asia TEFL International Conference

Jun
27
June 27, 9:00 am
Where

Ambassador Hotel Bangkok, Thailand

Asia TEFL 2019 is a collaboration between Asia TEFL and the Language Institute of Thammasat University (LITU), Thailand. It is an international platform for English language teaching (ELT) specialists and enthusiasts to share ideas and thoughts on professional collaborations or synergies across disciplines and multilingual ambiences. New and contemporary approaches of multilingualism in ELT and TEFL are welcome and embraced in light of the evolving concepts of world Englishes.

Where

Ambassador Hotel Bangkok, Thailand

Asia TEFL 2019 is a collaboration between Asia TEFL and the Language Institute of Thammasat University (LITU), Thailand.

Presentation Types: 

  1. Paper presentation: a 30-minute oral presentation (25 minutes for an oral presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A.
  2. Poster presentation: a 60-minute session. Poster presenters must provide an A0-sized poster (approximately 841 x 1189 mm or 33.1 x 66.8 in) to be displayed in a provided area. The presenters present at a designated time and discuss their work with conference participants.
  3. ReN symposium: a 60-minute symposium for an Asia TEFL Research Network (ReN) to discuss a topic of interest. There can be as many as 3 speakers in each symposium.

All presentations are to be given in English.

Abstracts on the following topics are warmly welcomed:

  1. Language planning and language policy
  2. Methodologies and teaching approaches
  3. Curriculum, syllabus design and materials design
  4. Assessment and evaluation
  5. Second language acquisition and literacy development
  6. English for academic/specific purposes
  7. Teacher education and professional development
  8. Programme management and leadership development
  9. Digital literacies/language learning and technology
  10. Intercultural communication and global competencies
  11. Pluralingualism, translanguaging and multilingual education
  12. World Englishes/English as a lingua franca
  13. Identity and learner autonomy
  14. Discourse/genre analysis
  15. Creativity and critical literacies
  16. Teaching younger learners

 

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