AUTONOMY AND MOTIVATION FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING IN THE INTERCONNECTED WORLD
Ho Chi Minh City, April 25th-27th 2019
Language Teaching and Learning Today 2019 is calling for proposals of four kinds, namely Research Paper, Workshop, Panel Discussion, and Poster Presentation. Proposals are expected, but not limited, to address the issues of autonomy and motivation of language learners in a broad context of inter-connectivity and inter-relatedness from different parts of the world. Each proposal can consider particular focuses relevant to any of the sub-themes as listed below.
- Learner autonomy, individual learning, and collaborative learning
- Learning motivation, success, and preferences
- Language development and learning opportunities
- Learning attitudes and identity
- Learning behaviors in inter-independent learning space
- Language and culture in learning communities
- Material presentation and development in globalised context
- Assessment and learning achievement in constructivism
- Teaching practices in the blended learning mode
- English medium instructions for knowledge acquisition and development
- Technology enhanced language teaching and learning
- Content and language integrated learning
- Professional development practices for language teachers
- Community-based approach for sustainable development
All proposals must be written in English language and should be submitted through Registration from now to March 3rd 2019. All relevant instructions are provided to you once you register as a Presenter in the registration process. If you need these guidelines in advance for the preparation of your proposals, please be advised of the following details.
Proposal Type: This indicates the nature of the proposal, which should be Research Paper, Workshop, Panel Discussion, or Poster Presentation. Each Research Paper or Workshop must be delivered within 30 minutes, including the Q and A section with the audience. Each Panel Discussion is done in 60 minutes. The Poster Presentation must be prepared in A0 paper size.
Title: Each title should not be longer than 15 words for the sake of formatting. Titles of more than 15 words can be placed in the body of the abstract.
Abstract: Each abstract should be between 200 and 500 words and must be placed directly into the abstract box. File attachment is not allowed.
Keywords: Biographies are required for both main authors and co-authors. Each biography should be between 150 and 250 words and must be placed directly into the biography box. File attachment is not allowed.
Biography: Biographies are required for both main authors and co-authors. Each biography should be between 150 and 250 words and must be placed directly into the biography box. File attachment is not allowed.
Full-text Paper: This section only comes up if your proposal is a Research Paper. The full-text version of the paper needs to be prepared in a word document, either in .doc or .docx, and submitted by March 31st 2019. Each paper must be between 2500 and 7000 words long, excluding the references and appendices. All papers must strictly follow the guidelines of APA 6th.
After submitting a proposal, the authors should expect to receive a confirmation of the submission within 3 working days via email. Authors are advised to check the spam mail folder of their mailboxes or contact us if they do not receive any confirmation from us. All abstracts will be reviewed, and authors will be notified of acceptance by the deadline. All accepted proposal abstracts and their authors' biographies will be published in the conference booklet. All full-text papers accepted by the conference and their authors' biographies will be published in the conference proceedings with the ISBN: 978-604-73-6849-5.
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What will you get at LTLT 2019?
The event is a forum for both local insights and international perspectives to be shared and analysed for better understandings and more effective practices of the field. Don't miss this great opportunity to:
- Learn from innovative educational paper presentations and workshops.
- Network with lecturers, and students in the area of English Linguistics and Language Teaching from different teaching and learning contexts.
Share and discuss research values from experts and researchers around the globe.