Abstract Submissions

 

Applied Linguistics Association Australia (ALAA) Conference 2018, the theme this year is ‘Engaging with Diversity’.

Abstracts submitted covered the following strands:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentation Types for the Program:

Oral Presentations

30 minutes (20 minutes presentation, 5 minutes Q&A and 5 minutes transition time)

An abstract of 300 words should be submitted, including the title, author(s) and affiliations.

 

Workshops / Colloquia

60 minutes (including Q&A and transition time)

Aimed at providing opportunities for panel and audience participation, or shared presentations, interaction and discussion around a theme or topic. A general summary with abstracts of 300 words for individual presentations to be submitted.

Poster Presentations

We value poster presentations and encourage submissions from those who prefer an alternative to presenting interesting and innovative research activities. All posters will be on display throughout the conference as well as having dedicated author presentation/Q&A times. All posters are to be in A0 in size, displayed as portrait or landscape, and printed by the author/presenter. An abstract of 150-200 words should be submitted, including the title, author(s) and affiliations.

Lightning talks 

Presenters have 5 minutes to present an introduction to a topic or idea about their research. Presenters are limited to using 3-5 slides. We encourage higher degree research students to submit an abstract to present on their research. Each session will comprise of 5-6 presenters. The theme of the Lightning talks is Challenges I face as a researcher. An abstract of 150-200 words should be submitted, including the title, author(s) and affiliations.

   

Submissions Now Closed

Early Bird Registration Closes:              1st July 2018

Australian Eastern Standard Time         

  • Language for specific purposes

  • Language maintenance

  • Language planning and policy

  • Language testing and assessment

  • Literacy skills

  • Pragmatics and rhetorics

  • Research methodology in applied linguistics

  • Second and additional language acquisition

  • Second/foreign language pedagogy

  • Teacher education and cognition

  • Translation and interpretation

  • Bilingual and multilingual education

  • Community languages

  • Corpus linguistics

  • Critical pedagogies

  • Discourse analysis

  • Early learners and language acquisition

  • Language and gender

  • Language and identity

  • Language and mobility

  • Language and power

  • Language and technology

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