11th Asia TEFL International Conference (day 2 of 3)

Date: Sunday, October 27th, 2013 Time: Time TBA

Speaker: Call for papers due 30 April 2013

Call for papers extended to May 15, 2013
Please see the Asia TEFL Philippines website for details.

The theme of the 2013 Asia TEFL International Conference is Englishes Across Asian Contexts: Opportunities and Challenges.

Teaching and learning English today is changing in a world that has become more diverse in its cultures and contexts. Teachers, learners, researchers, and administrators find themselves in a period of genuine conversation and dialogue among themselves. They are confronted not only by the challenges of diversity in cultures and contexts, but also by the reality of a language that is dynamic and changing. Today, we do not talk of just one English, but of Englishes.

What are the opportunities and challenges of teaching and learning Englishes across Asian contexts? How do we view the relevance of Englishes today in a classroom of many voices? What roles do Englishes play in educational systems that accommodate a plurality of identities? This conference aims to provide a venue for a critical rethinking and discussion of these relevant concerns.

For details, please see the Asia TEFL Philippines website.

Organization: The Asian Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (AsiaTEFL)

Cost: TBA

Venue: Ateneo de Manila University in Manila, Philippines

Location: Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines


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