ELF11 Conference call for papers


A few months ago, we announced that Laura Patsko would be on the ELF11 organizing committee. And the conference website is now live!

ELF11 will take place at King’s College London, UK, from 4-7 July 2018. And for the first time ever, the very first day of the conference will be dedicated and devoted to teachers. The theme of the day will be: ELF in the classroom: What teachers do in response to ELF.

Here’s some more information from the conference website:

The aim of this day is to bring together ELF researchers with practitioners. Day 1 sessions will enable teachers and trainers to present their experiences of applying ELF research findings to their classroom practice, and researchers to understand better how the implications of their work are being developed in practical application.

We encourage anyone with recent experience of applying ELF research to classroom practice to submit a proposal for Day 1.

All proposals for Day 1 of ELF11 should focus specifically on ELF in practice and relate directly to language learning and/or teaching. Day 1 is intended primarily for practitioners to present their work. If you are a researcher with a focus on pedagogy, please submit to the main conference event.

Interested in taking part? Click here to read the guidelines and submit your proposal.

We hope to see you there!


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