{call for chapters} Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory

Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory Proposals for contributions due March 12, 2021 This book focuses on preparing teacher candidates to teach culturally and linguistically diverse student populations in K-12 schools. This multi-authored volume edited by Lena Shaqareq and Tia Kimball, focuses on creating a comprehensive text to increase teacher candidates’ knowledge and understanding of the effects of culture, […]

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{call for papers} 7th International Irish Narrative Inquiry Conference

Narrative Exchange in Risky Spaces Dublin City University (online) June 16th and 17th 2021 Keynote Speaker: Professor Jonathan Wyatt Infectious: Writing, the everyday, and the risk/hope of connection Submission, registration information and deadlines Abstract word limit: 300 words Please submit your abstract and a short bio (150 words) at the following link Abstract deadline: 12th March 2021 Deadline for submission of […]

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{call for abstracts/ articles} Intercultural journal

Call-for-Abstracts/Articles: “Cyber Dystopia/Utopia? Digital Interculturality between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism” While the cyber utopian thinkers of the early 1990s predicted the coming of a networked society in which the old hierarchical structures of business and culture would disappear, and the early 2010s, with the Arab Spring, the Occupy Movement and new ‘hacktivism’, appeared firstly as a progressive golden age of online […]

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{new issue} ELT Research February 2021 Issue 36

Link About IATEFL Research SIG The IATEFL Research SIG (ReSIG) is a unique forum for the discussion of issues connected with research into (or relating to) ELT, bringing together teachers, teacher-researchers, teacher educators and researchers from around the world. In this active community, members share their experiences of research, as well as findings from and interpretations of research, and network […]

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{call for submissions} Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS_TESOL) Newsletter call for submissions.

Link CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Abstract  ICIS invites you to contribute to the Summer 2021 Newsletter. Submissions for this issue will be due on April 19, 2021. Feel free to contribute and to reach out to friends and colleagues who might also like to contribute.  We are looking for:  Feature articles (up to 1,750 words). Share your research projects, classroom practices, […]

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{New article} congratulations to Felix on his new publication

Congratulations to Felix on his new publication! To read the full article: Link Enhancing EFL students’ participation through translanguaging Felix Kwihangana ELT Journal, ccaa058, https://doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccaa058 Published: 08 February 2021 Abstract This study explored multilingual students’ attitudes towards translanguaging after the practice was introduced in group activities aimed at improving their English language skills and classroom engagement. A cohort of students taking a pre-sessional English […]

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{Interesting event}Quarantined between cultures: Supporting and recruiting Chinese students in the context of COVID-19

Quarantined between cultures: Supporting and recruiting Chinese students in the context of COVID-19 Thursday March 18, 2021 13:00-14:00 GMT Please register on Eventbrite by 15th March: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-and-recruiting-chinese-students-in-the-context-of-covid-19-tickets-138772812217 The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for Universities in the UK when it comes to supporting international students, as well as for recruiting new students going forward. Chinese students comprise the UK’s […]

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{new volume} Innovations and trends in early foreign language context

Link Research Papers in Language Teaching & Learning (RPLTL) The new volume of the online academic journal “Research Papers in Language Teaching and Learning”, which is a Special Issue on “Innovations and trends in early foreign language context”, with guest editor Assoc. Prof. Thomai Alexiou, has been published on the website http://rpltl.eap.gr/. You will find it in the “current issue ” section.  

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{ONLINE SUMMER COURSE 2021} Unthinking and rethinking intercultural dialogue in education 21-25 June 2021

ONLINE SUMMER COURSE (2021) Unthinking and rethinking intercultural dialogue in education 21-25 June 2021   Co-organised by The Faculty of Educational Sciences (University of Helsinki, Finland) and The School of Education (Minzu University of China)   Course organisers and lecturers: Prof. Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki, Finland) and Prof. Mei Yuan (Minzu University of China) + invited speakers   COURSE […]

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{research reflections} 10 Secrets to surviving your PhD shared on Language on the move

Language on the move (ISSN 2203-5001) is a peer-reviewed sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning, and intercultural communication in the contexts of globalization and migration. Language on the Move aims to disseminate sociolinguistic research to a broad global audience. A post from it: 10 secrets to surviving your PhD By Pia Tenedero      January 31, 2021       Research reflections After 3 […]

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{interesting webinar} classroom-based research webinar

Classroom Research EVO 2021 Webinar by Emily Edwards Topic: What are the benefits and challenges of of teacher research? Classroom-based Research Electronic Village Online (EVO) Session hosted a series of Guest Talks for its participants in 2021. In this webinar Mark Wyatt focuses on “Teacher Development and the Role of Research” (Jan 23, 2021) Above webinar is shared by the […]

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{Training programme} School of Advanced Study Research Training: Term 2

SAS Research Training Programme 2020 /21   Term 2 (11 January – 26 March)  Registration is now open for the School of Advanced Study free research training programme for Term 2. The programme provides free training on methods, skills, and current and emerging approaches to languages- and cultures-focused research. These sessions are open to researchers at all levels in the UK […]

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{publish with IJLTS} international journal of linguistics and translation studies

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS AND TRANSLATION STUDIES Publish process: Manuscripts submitted to IJLTS go through an internal review and if they meet the basic requirements, they are sent out for double blind review from experts in the field, either from the editorial board or identified reviewers. Comments from the external reviewers are sent to the authors and […]

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{new book} Intercultural Competence Past, Present and Future Respecting the Past, Problems in the Present and Forging the Future

Intercultural Competence Past, Present and Future Respecting the Past, Problems in the Present and Forging the Future Explores the benefits of teaching reflection upon one’s own culture to develop intercultural competence Sheds light on teacher’s feedback and students’ cultural differences and expectations Shows the closeness between language learning motivation and interculturality Editors: López-Jiménez, María Dolores, Sánchez-Torres, Jorge (Eds.) About this book: This […]

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