Language Institute, Thammasat University:
The 5th International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT 2018): Revitalizing and Enriching ELT Research and Practices: Looking to the Future
Date: Friday, December 7th, 2018 Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Laurence Anthony (Waseda University), Averil Coxhead (Victoria University of Wellington), and more. Call for papers due July 31
The Language Institute of Thammasat University (LITU) is pleased to present the fifth International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT 2018) held at Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai between December 7 and 8, 2018. The theme of the conference is "Revitalizing and Enriching ELT Research and Practices: Looking to the Future."
- Laurence Anthony (Waseda University),
- Averil Coxhead (Victoria University of Wellington),
- Low Ee Ling (Nanyang Technological University),
- Muhamad Kamarul Kabilan (Universiti Saints Malaysia),
- Viphavee Vongpumivitch (National Tsing Hua University)
FLLT 2018 is an academic arena for English language teaching (ELT) practitioners to present their empirical research and to share their pedagogical insights. Participants will have a chance to exchange their views on various slants of English language education and English language acquisition. At FLLT 2018, ELT practitioners and enthusiasts from every corner of the world are warmly welcome.
The call for papers is due July 31; please see the conference website for details.
Organization: Language Institute, Thammasat University
Cost: early bird registration: 3,700 baht; regular: 4,700 baht; on-site registration: 6,000 baht
Venue: The Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand
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