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AILA2020
Type Conference
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2020/08/09 - 2020/08/14
Link https://www.aila2020.nl/call-for-papers
Address Groningen
Geolocation 53° 13' 10", 6° 33' 59"
Abstract due 2019/09/16
Submission deadline 2019/09/16
Final version due
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Foreign Language Classroom Interaction from a Micro-Analytical Perspective: Implications for Educational Practice AILA 2020 Groningen:


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Dear colleagues,

For those of you who are interested in L2 classroom discourse; we, Friedrich Lenz and Revert Klattenberg (both Hildesheim University, Germany), are organising a symposium on "Foreign Language Classroom Interaction from a Micro-Analytical Perspective: Implications for Educational Practice" at AILA 2020 in Groningen (9-14 August 2020). See below for a description.

Symposium S048:

An increasing number of people worldwide are learning and speaking foreign or second languages, and the institutionalised practice of language teaching and learning has generated serious academic interest in the field of Applied Linguistics for a long time. Research based on conversation analysis (CA) methodology, for instance, has contributed to a better understanding of the multifaceted and complex nature of the classroom as a social setting and of how teaching and learning are accomplished in classroom interaction. In language teaching and learning, however, such methodologies are far from being considered mainstream. There is still a need for further research in order to obtain a better understanding of educational practices (feedback, instructions, disciplining etc.) and how they are influenced by classroom activities and teaching objectives. Most importantly, to facilitate successful teaching and learning, these micro-analytical findings need to be linked to educational reality.

This symposium therefore invites researchers who explore the institutional practices involved in the teaching and learning of foreign or second languages. It discusses how these findings can inform educational practices such as teaching methodology, material design, language testing, curricula and language policies.


For more about registration and submission, please refer to the AILA2020 website: https://www.aila2020.nl/call-for-papers

Please feel free to contact me if you need further information (klattenb@uni-hildesheim.de).

Best wishes

Revert