Foreign Language Learning and Teaching Conference:

8th FLLT 2024 Conference: Global Voices in ELT: Embracing Multicultural Perspectives

Date: Friday, June 21st, 2024 Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Nicola Galloway (University of Glasgow), Eric Friginal (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Darcey Gray (Universiti Malaya), Shin Ishikawa (Kobe University). Call for presentation proposals due April 15th

In today's interconnected world, language classes are becoming more varied, with students from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Embracing multicultural viewpoints in ELT (English Language Teaching) welcomes and promotes diversity, acknowledging the value it adds to language learning contexts. Cultural competence is required for successful communication and collaboration. By incorporating multicultural viewpoints into ELT, instructors can help students acquire not only language abilities but also intercultural competence, preparing them to manage varied cultural situations in their personal and professional lives. The FLLT 2024 conference offers important professional development and networking opportunities for language educators. The conference's focus on global voices and multicultural perspectives allows educators and learners to gain insights, strategies, and resources for incorporating diversity into their teaching and learning practices, ultimately enriching their pedagogical approaches and enhancing voices and experiences in language education. Details:

Organization: Foreign Language Learning and Teaching Conference

Cost: 5,500 baht (4,500 baht early bird, 6,500 baht on-site)

Venue: Courtyard by Marriott, Phuket, Thailand map

Location: Phuket City, Phuket Province, Thailand


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