LINGUIST List 31.3613

Tue Nov 24 2020

Calls: English; Applied Ling/Online

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <>

Date: 01-Nov-2020
From: David Kluge <>
Subject: 2nd Performance in Education: Research & Practice Conference/ Student Showcase, Film Festival, and Performances
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Full Title: 2nd Performance in Education: Research & Practice Conference/ Student Showcase, Film Festival, and Performances

Date: 20-Feb-2021 - 20-Feb-2021
Location: Online, Japan
Contact Person: David Kluge
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 07-Dec-2020

Meeting Description:

This online conference looks at practice of and research into Performance in Education (PIE). The purpose of the conference is to widen the research base for supporting the use of performance in all aspects of education (teaching, consolidating teaching, and testing/evaluation) across the curriculum (medicine, law, history, etc.) and is not limited to English language education.

Highlights of the conference:-
1. Plenary Speakers - Dr. Rod Ellis and Dawn Kobayashi
2. Research and Practice Presentations
3. Students Showcase
4. Student Film Festival
5. Performances

Performance in Education (PIE) is a part of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT). The mission of the Performance in Education SIG is to provide a forum for teachers and academics to discuss, research, and implement oral interpretation, speech, debate, and drama in language education. The main activities are creation of a newsletter and sponsoring a National Speech, Drama, and Debate Contest. Future activities may be the sponsoring of workshops and conferences, and supporting local and regional speech, drama, and debate contests or festivals.

Call for Papers:

Deadline: December 7, 2020

The title of the conference is ''Performance in Education: Research and Practice,'' so presentation submissions should be relevant to the elements of the title; that is, they should be about performance, education, research, and practice.

You may submit as many proposals as you like, but because of the particular system being used, you need to submit them one at a time. We suggest all people submitting to first write all the personal and presentation details in a word processing document first, then copy and paste the details into the online submission form. That way you have a record of your title/s and abstract/s, and if you submit several proposals, you will not have to re-input your personal details.

- Short presentation on practice (no time limit)
- Short presentation on research (no time limit)
- Poster presentation on practice (no time limit)
- Poster presentation on research (no time limit)
- Performance (no time limit)
- Student Showcase Exhibition & Performances (no time limit)
- Student Film Festival

Proposals can be submitted via our website:
Deadline: December 7, 2020

Page Updated: 24-Nov-2020