LINGUIST List 32.1929

Thu Jun 03 2021

Calls: Arabic; Applied Ling, Gen Ling, Lang Acq, Ling & Lit/Egypt

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>



Date: 02-Jun-2021
From: Hossam Ahmed <info.conferenceaucegypt.edu>
Subject: Digital Transformation of Arabic Language Learning and Teaching: Post Pandemic Implications
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Full Title: Digital Transformation of Arabic Language Learning and Teaching: Post Pandemic Implications
Short Title: ARABLING

Date: 18-Dec-2021 - 19-Dec-2021
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Contact Person: Ramy Ayad
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://alifs.aucegypt.edu/arabling/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2021

Meeting Description:

Digital Transformation of Arabic Language Learning and Teaching: Post Pandemic Implications addresses all important issues pertaining to the digital transformation of teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (AFL). It examines its impact on AFL teaching and Arabic language teacher professional development during and post COVID-19. It brings together academics, researchers and language instructors worldwide to share their views, empirical work and discuss the digital transformation gains and challenges at the levels of AFL pedagogy, assessment, linguistics of the Arabic language, language acquisition and teacher training as they shed light on future possibilities and needs.

Call for Papers:

The conference invites presentations introducing original research on “digital transformation” in relation to the following topics:
- Language use and communication
- Teacher education and training
- First and second language acquisition
- Pedagogy for native and non-native speakers
- Online curriculum and syllabus design
- Digital resources for Arabic language teachers and learners
- Social cohesion/community building in AFL virtual classrooms
- Online Language and culture teaching
- ​Arabic linguistics and technology​
- Assessment of online AFL learning and teaching
- Best practices in online AFL teaching

Abstract submitted could be in English or Arabic. Abstract should not exceed 250-300 words maximum. Please see our website for specifics on abstract formatting and submission: https://alifs.aucegypt.edu/arabling/guidelines-submissions/




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