LINGUIST List 32.224

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Date: 14-Jan-2021
From: Monica Cárdenas-Claros <monica.cardenaspucv.cl>
Subject: Second International Conference on L2 listening: challenges and opportunities of working with technology-enhanced listening
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Full Title: Second International Conference on L2 listening: challenges and opportunities of working with technology-enhanced listening
Short Title: ICLL-2021

Date: 19-May-2021 - 20-May-2021
Location: Viña del Mar (Online), Chile
Contact Person: Monica S. Cárdenas-Claros
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://sites.google.com/view/iccl2021/home

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 25-Feb-2021

Meeting Description:

The Second International Conference on L2 Listening (ICLL) hosted by the ELT program at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile aims to promote the dissemination of completed work and work-in-progress of research studies, pedagogical reflections and successful practices in the area of L2 listening worldwide. It also seeks to encourage research work in this area.

Call for Papers:

We strongly encourage presentations around the theme of the conference “Challenges and opportunities of working with technology-enhanced listening,” but also welcome presentations in any of the following associated themes:
- Individual differences and L2 listening
- Metacognition in L2 listening
- Listening and special needs
- Technologies for L2 listening
- Differentiation and L2 listening
- Multimodality and L2 listening
- Use of authentic materials
- Task design in L2 listening
- Pronunciation and L2 listening
- Flipped learning and L2 listening
- Textual support in L2 listening
- Listening assessment in L2 listening

Types of presentations:
We hereby extend a cordial invitation to submit a contribution. Contributions may include work-in-progress, completed work or theory-based and/or empirically-based proposals. They should focus on L2 learning and teaching contexts and serve as contributions to the field of technology-enhanced listening. The contribution should be in English in any of the four types:

Research and development: an oral summary that discusses the presenters’ empirical work in relation to underlying theories. This type of session will be scheduled in concurrent slots. This session should be presented live with a maximum of 3 speakers and 10 of the 30 minutes should be reserved for audience Q&A.

Reflective practice: this format encourages classroom teachers to share a technique for teaching listening/assessing, criteria for materials selection and/or development. This type of session will be scheduled in concurrent slots. This session should be presented live with a maximum of 2 speakers. The theory underlying the technique should be presented in the first 7 minutes.

Workshop: a hands-on professional development activity. The leader helps participants develop a specific teaching or research technique. Electronic handouts are expected to be shared with the audience. This type of session will be scheduled in concurrent slots. This session should be presented live with a maximum of 2 speakers. Workshops can be of two types: synchronous or asynchronous.
- Synchronous workshop: Presentation will be given through Zoom platform. Attendees will join at a specific time allowing for real time participation.
- Asynchronous workshop: Recorded presentation will be uploaded to the conference YouTube channel to be visited by participants at their convenience.

Classroom-based listening research: 10-12 minute video-based presentation about a potential research project in the area of listening.

Abstract submission:
Abstracts should not exceed 200 words. The title should be up to 12 words, informative and clearly reflect the work that will be presented. In the abstract describe the importance of your contribution, the context in which your contribution is situated and the contribution itself. Abstracts that do not explicitly incorporate an aspect relevant to L2 listening in EFL contexts will not be accepted.

Abstracts should be submitted to ideasforlisteninggmail.com or to the conference website no later than February 25, 2021 at 11:59 pm.




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