Extensive Reading Foundation:

CULI, TERA Extensive Reading Foundation International Conference 2024: Promoting English reading in the Asian Context and Beyond

Date: Thursday, August 22nd, 2024 Time: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Speaker: Neil Anderson (BYU), Rob Waring (Extensive Reading Foundation), Janice Bland (Nord University) and Dumrong Adunyarittigun (Thammasat University). Call for proposals ends Feb 29

Chulalongkorn University Language Institute (CULI) has organized international conferences with the aim to provide a platform for local and international researchers to share and discuss research findings, experiences, and practical and theoretical issues related to the field of English language teaching and learning to fellow researchers and practitioners. This year is a special occasion as CULI is working with Thailand Extensive Reading Association (TERA) and the Extensive Reading Foundation (ERF) to organize the CULI TERA ERF International Conference 2024.

Call for presenters:

CULI TERA ERF International Conference 2024 welcomes and invites oral and poster presentations as well as workshops in the following areas related to English reading:

  • Critical reading
  • Reading literacy
  • Reading motivation
  • Extensive reading
  • Reading for academic purposes
  • Teaching and assessing reading
  • Using literature in ELT
  • Innovative approaches in teaching reading
  • Reading for young learners
  • Reading in an electronic age
  • Other related areas

Call for proposals due Feb 29th. Details www.culi.chula.ac.th/International/2024InterCon

Organization: Extensive Reading Foundation

Cost: 4000 THB

Venue: Arnoma Hotel, Bangkok

Location: Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand


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