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Multilingualism and Multimodality in Higher Education - 6th ICLHE Conference (call for paper)

Mis à jour : 2 Fév 2019

The 6th ICLHE Conference, entitled ''Multilingualism and multimodality in Higher Education'', will take place in Castellón (Spain) from 15 October to 18 October 2019.

Call deadline: February 17th 2019

ICLHE conferences have traditionally addressed issues related to teaching and learning in an additional language, including student and teacher perceptions, teacher training, staff effectiveness, learning effectiveness, and program development. This 6th ICLHE Conference will continue to address how focused language instruction/assessment can be utilized as a foundation for disciplinary content learning, with specific consideration to the multimodal nature of languages and of today's teaching and learning practices.

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Final Call for Papers:

We would like to inform you that we have extended the period for the submission of abstracts until February 17, 2019. At http://iclhe.uji.es you will find detailed information on the ICLHE 2019 Conference, entitled ''Multilingualism and multimodality in Higher Education'', which will take place from 15 to 18 October, 2019 at Universitat Jaume I (Castelló, Spain). We would like to invite you all to participate and encourage you to submit your proposals.

We invite proposals for papers, poster presentations, workshops, and colloquia within the conference theme in areas related to one or more of the following suggested topics:

Multimodal approaches to ICL in HE
Learning disciplinary content through an additional language
Educational approaches that promote ICL in HE
ICL course and programme design
Assessment and evaluation (e.g. teacher, student, programmes)
ICL teacher training and support

While priority will be given to research-based contributions on these themes, other contributions are also welcome.

Colloquia and Workshops:

Colloquia and workshops should address a common theme, theoretical topic or methodological area, and will be scheduled in slots of 60 minutes. The proposal should include an overall description of the colloquium or the workshop (max. 300 words) highlighting the content and objectives. Colloquia proposals should also contain abstracts for individual papers (of up to 150 words each). References are included in the word count. There should not be more than 4 contributors and their presentation should not be longer than 10 minutes each in order to leave time for discussion. Please also provide information about the colloquium contributors, stating full institutional affiliations and e-mail addresses.

Individual papers:

Proposals for individual papers (max. 300 words) must clearly indicate a preference for oral or poster presentation. Poster presenters must be physically present to discuss their work during the dedicated sessions. Oral presentations will typically be scheduled in sessions of 90 minutes comprising three presentations, with 30 minutes (20min. for presentation + 10min. for discussion) allocated to each individual presentation.

The Organising Committee
GRAPE Group
Department of English Studies
Universitat Jaume I
Castelló, Spain.