Call for Papers - BAAL LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING Special Interest Group

The theme of the LLT SIG conference at Southampton in 2018 will enable participants to discuss the challenges offered to traditional language education policy and practice by increasing interconnected globalization and changing conceptions of identity, accompanied by a rise in global migratory flows, resurgent nationalism and social inequality. These challenges have both foreseen and unforeseen consequences for the development and implementation of language education policy, and for teaching, learning and assessment practices. We invite papers and posters which make a contribution to understanding the issues which arise in the pre-school, school, and university language curriculum, in community-based and online learning and teaching contexts, and in the evaluation and management processes which shape language education experiences.

Abstracts are invited on any aspect of language teaching and learning, based on research in Applied Linguistics or related perspectives on language education.  Abstracts which address the conference theme will be particularly welcome.

More information can be found on the attached document.

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