The Fédération Internationale des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes / International Federation of Language Teacher Associations (FIPLV),the Polish Association of Modern Languages and the Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Warsaw, Poland, invite you to submit a proposal for a presentation or workshop during the FIPLV World Congress of Modern Languages, which will be held in conjunction with the Annual Conference of the Polish Association of Modern Languages in Warsaw, on June 27-29, 2022. We are planning for the Congress and the Conference to be a face-to-face event and we remain hopeful that this will be possible.
The theme of the event, Language education in the times of global change: The need for collaboration andnew perspectives, is indeed fitting as it reflects the unprecedented challenges and difficulties that we have had to confront and adjust to in all aspects of our lives as a result of the pandemic, including language education, which for the most part has had to rely on online resources and new technologies. The Congress will represent a unique opportunity to meet language educators from across the globe and to discuss a wide variety of issues involved in the teaching and learning of second and foreign languages. The event will offer an important forum for disseminating the latest research findings in this area, which is critical for language pedagogy. It will be of relevance not only for academics, researchers, teacher educators and materials writers, but also for language teachers wishing to enhance their instructional practices and strategies.
The following scholars have kindly agreed to participate in the Congress and deliver plenary talks, all of which will take place in English, French or German:
•Marion Grein (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz,Germany)
•Stéphanie Gobet-Jacob (Universityof Poitiers, France)
•Mariola Jaworska (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland)
•Katarzyna Karpińska-Szaj (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland)
•Hanna Komorowska (SWPS University, Warsaw, Poland)
•Terry Lamb (University of Westminster, London, UK)
•Paul Meara (Cardiff University, UK)
•Mirosław Pawlak (Adam Mickiewicz University, Kalisz, Poland)
We welcome contributions in all major world languages as well as Polish – for further information, please click here: