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Further information about the 2022 FIPLV Congress.
Abstract submission possible until December, 5th, 2021.second-conference-announcement
We are pleased to provide you with more details concerning the FIPLV Congress to be held in Warsaw in 2022 in collaboration with the Polish Association of Modern Languages. In particular, the second announcement includes information about the fees and accommodation options. In addition, please also note that the Organizers will consider abstracts sent by December, 5th, 2021.
We are looking forward to seeing all of you in beautiful Warsaw.
President of FIPLV
During the annual event “Settimana delle Lingue Anils”, on the occasion of the European Day of Languages 2021, we presented to Paolo Balboni the FIPLV International Award. During the event prof. Maria Cecilia Luise, who is the Anils National President, introduced the Award and presented the testimonial for Paolo Balboni which has been acknowledged by FIPLV. Prof. Balboni explained the important role of language teacher associations; he also underlined the importance of the FIPLV in promoting the high standard of language teaching. We very much appreciated the attendance of Prof. Gianfranco Porcelli who in 2012 was also presented with the FIPLV International Award Certificate of Honour.
Íkala is pleased to announce it is accepting proposals for its new special issue entitled Decoloniality and ELT: The South Writes Back. The issue is edited by Professors Carmen Helena Guerrero (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá, Colombia), Clarissa Menezes Jordão (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil), and Gabriela Veronelli (Duke University, Durham, USA), and intends to bring together voices from and across the South in an attempt to map out and share ways in which ELT practitioners are making sense of the decolonial option. To see all the details about this call in English, Spanish or Portuguese, go to the journal’s website: bit.ly/3orfSOL and choose your preferred language.
Íkala se complace en anunciar que está aceptando propuestas para su nuevo número especial titulado “Decolonialidad y ELT: el Sur responde”. El número es editado por las profesoras Carmen Helena Guerrero (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá, Colombia), Clarissa Menezes Jordão (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brasil) y Gabriela Veronelli (Duke University, Durham, Estados Unidos), y tiene como objetivo reunir voces de y desde el Sur en un intento por trazar y difundir las formas como lo/a/es profesionales del campo de la enseñanza del inglés están encontrando sentido en la opción decolonial.
Para ver todos los detalles de esta convocatoria en inglés, español o portugués, visite la página de Íkala: bit.ly/3orfSOL y seleccione el idioma de su preferencia.
A Íkala tem o prazer de anunciar que está recebendo propostas para seu próximo número especial intitulado Decolonialidade e ensino-aprendizagem do inglês: O Sul responde. Esse número especial é editado pelas professoras Carmen Helena Guerrero (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá, Colômbia), Clarissa Menezes Jordão (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brasil) e Gabriela Veronelli (Duke University, Durham, Estados Unidos), e se propõe a compartilhar vozes do Sul numa tentativa de traçar e disseminar as formas como profissionais da área de ensino-aprendizagem de inglês estão compreendendo a opção decolonial.
Confira mais informações sobre os detalhes da chamada de propostas em: bit.ly/3orfSOL
New Ikala Issue: The Role of Technology in Language Teaching and Learning amid the crisis generated by the COVID-19 Pandemic
This special issue of Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura, published by the Universidad de Antioquia in Colombia, is an attempt to understand how teachers and students reacted to the unexpected teaching and learning situations they faced during the pandemic. We hope it will be of interest to teachers, students, administrators, and language practitioners who want to know how other colleagues worldwide reacted to the COVID-19 measures.
We gladly present to you the online version of the latest issue of Profile: Issues in Teachers’ Professional Development (Vol. 23 No. 2, July-December, 2021) which can be consulted at https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/profile/issue/view/5698
We kindly invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to read the articles in more detail. As always, we hope that you find the contents of this new issue interesting and useful for your professional practice.
Thanks for the continuing interest in our work.
Call for Papers for FIPLV Congress 2022: Language education in the times of global change: The need for collaboration and new perspectives. Deadline for your 150-word proposals: October,15, 2021￼
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, including how to submit your proposals, please click here:
LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SOCIETY: CURRENT CHALLENGES AND BEYOND
14th International Conference
Dear Colleagues! Dear LATEUM Members!
We are happy to announce a call for papers and participation in the 14th LATEUM Conference to mark the 30 years Jubilee of the Linguistic Association of Teachers of English at the University of Moscow. Over the years, it has been our strategy to bring together tradition and innovation, bridging the gap between theory and practice and following the new perspectives. This time too the focus will be on the major social and professional practices that we currently implement in the ELT to meet the real challenges of the present-day changing world. The language landscape is also subject to change, and our task is to make this process visible and controllable. The motto of the Conference invites researchers and practitioners to focus on any aspect of linguistic theory in the ELT context and to reflect on professional and social experiences in an increasingly multimodal communication environment as the one of the current pivotal issues.
DATES: 22–24 September 2021
VENUE: Moscow (online), any location (virtual)
WORKING LANGUAGES: English, Russian (except Plenaries)
Participants are encouraged to submit proposals to plenaries, interest groups and workshops on the following topics:
- Phonetics in ELT in global English context
- Cognitive and corpus-based discourse studies in ELT
- ELT materials development: tradition and innovation
- Technology assisted linguistic research and instruction
- Multimodal discourse: semantics, semiotics, pragmatics
- Academic English: research and practice
- Media discourse
- Teaching and researching Business English: approaches, principles, methods, techniques
- Literature in the EFL classroom
- Translation and interpretation: challenges across various discourses
DEADLINE FOR SPEAKER’S PROPOSALS: 30 June 2021
Proposals accepted / not accepted (information of the Executive Committee): 15 July 2021
LATEUM REGISTRATION and SPEAKER’S PROPOSAL FORM are available at
LATEUM LISTENER’S REGISTRATION FORM is available at
All attendees will be awarded certificates of participation.
Participation is free.
Contributions (up to 600 words) will be published in Conference Proceedings.
Tatiana O. Lebedeva, Anastasia A. Sharapkova email@example.com
Russia, Moscow, 119899, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Humanities I, Faculty of Philology, Department of English, Room 1045–1046. Tel.: 7 495 939 2036
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