ELF13 seeks to explore the rapidly-growing phenomenon of English as a Lingua Franca and invites participants to submit their works in the following areas: linguistics, applied linguistics, corpus studies, English learning/teaching, English as a medium of instruction in content areas, intercultural communication and awareness, and language policy. We also welcome proposals on theoretical, practical reflections and studies in any ELF related areas. Presentations combining two or more perspectives will be especially appreciated. The conference themes include but not limited to the following thematic content strands.
(In alphabetical order)
- Advocacy, Social Justice, & Community Building
- Content-Integrated Approaches (CLIL)
- Culture & Intercultural Communication
- Digital Learning & Technologies
- English-medium instruction (EMI)
- ELF-informed ELT Pedagogy
- Language Assessment
- ELF-informed Materials Development & Publishing
- Policies, Program Administration & Evaluation
- Teacher Education and Professional Development
- Trans-modality or Trans-Pedagogy
- Other related areas
If you are interested in joining one of the colloquium sessions, please check the session titles and the main abstracts proposed by the chairs before you submit the abstract. A full presentation is 25 minutues, including the Q&A session. The abstract is limited to 250 words. Abstract submission opens from now and closes on February 15, 2020. All abstracts will be anonymously reviewed, and notifications of acceptance will be sent out before the end of March, 2020.
◆Final Abstract Submission Deadline: February 15, 2020
◆Results of abstract review returned to authors: Before the end of March, 2020
◆Early bird registration deadline: To be announced.
◆Full conference registration fees due for all presenters: To be announced.
◆Full conference registration fees due for all audience: To be announced.
◆Draft Conference Program published online: To be announced.
How to Submit Your Abstract
To submit, go to the Submission page.
Submit your abstract within 250 words, with a title and 5 keywords, outlining the focus of your paper/presentation. Please provide the word count of the abstract in brackets at the end of the text.
Your abstract will undergo double-blind review and the results will be returned to you before the end of March, 2020. The results of the review will be mailed to individual authors with instructions about how to take part in ELF13, 2021.