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Proposal Submission Guide   




Important dates
  • Proposal submission: November 20, 2019 - January 15, 2020
  • Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2020
  • Conference dates: June 25-27, 2020
Presentation Topics
Proposals on the following topics are welcome:
  1. Language planning and language policy
  2. Methodologies and teaching approaches
  3. Curriculum, syllabus design and materials design
  4. Assessment and evaluation
  5. Second language acquisition and literacy development
  6. English for academic/specific purposes
  7. Teacher education and professional development
  8. Program management and leadership development
  9. Digital literacies/language learning and technology
  10. Intercultural communication and global competencies
  11. Pluralingualism, translanguaging and multilingual education
  12. World Englishes/English as a lingua franca
  13. Identity and learner autonomy
  14. Discourse/genre analysis
  15. Creativity and critical literacies
  16. Teaching younger learners
  17. Other ELT related topics
Presentation types
  • Paper (oral) presentation (30 minutes = 25 minutes + 5 minutes Q&A): An oral report of recent research, issues, or practices.
  • Poster presentation (60 minutes): Poster must be presented on an A0-sized poster (approximately 841 x 1189 mm or 33.1 x 66.8 in) to be displayed in a provided area. Presenters must be present at a designated time and discuss their work with conference participants.
  • Workshop (90 minutes): Hands-on session for professional development focusing on a specific teaching or research technique.
  • Symposium (90 minutes): Session with a clear theme and multiple, short presentations on issues, practice or research. Presenters should be recruited prior to proposal submission.
  • ReN symposium (60 minutes): Session for an Asia TEFL Research Network (ReN) to discuss a topic of interest. There can be as many as 3 speakers in each symposium.
Please note that the language of presentations is English.
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