Language Institute, Thammasat University:
The 4th International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT2016): Celebrating LEARN (Language Education and Acquisition Research Network) (day 2 of 2)
Date: Saturday, June 25th, 2016 Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Speaker: David Singleton (Trinity College Dublin), Yuki Hirose (The University of Tokyo), and Budsaba Kanoksilpathum (Silpakorn University); Call for papers due April 30
It is with great pleasure that the Language Institute of Thammasat University (LITU) announces its fourth International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT 2016), June 24-25, 2016, at the Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok. As part of LITU's 30th anniversary celebrations, the theme of the conference is Celebrating LEARN (Language Education and Acquisition Research Network), the journal of LITU. In accordance with the aims of the LEARN Journal, FLLT 2016 will be a forum for language learning researchers, both education-based and knowledge-based, to contribute findings and ideas that will lead to a greater understanding of the development of an L1/L2. Participants will gain new insights from detailed discussions focusing upon language education and language acquisition research. FLLT 2016 will also provide attendees the opportunity to meet with academics from diverse areas within language learning.
Call for papers due April 30
Papers from all theoretical frameworks are welcome. Please see the FLLT 2016 call for papers for details.
Organization: Language Institute, Thammasat University
Cost: 4,500 Baht (early birth 4,000 Baht, domestic student 2,500 Baht, on-site 5,000 Baht)
Venue: The Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok
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