"III International Conference Aprolínguas 2021"
The long-lasting effects of the measures to combat the pandemic has forced us to rethink education in general and the teaching of foreign languages in particular. The transition from face-to-face education to online and / or blended teaching has been a challenge for both teachers and students. Thus, we feel the need to analyse these new scenarios, and also to reflect on the teaching activities and educational resources, within the context of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Bearing in mind that some changes generated in the past and by the current situation must have come to stay for the foreseeable future, we propose to establish boundaries between tradition and more recent practices, between the tangible and the desirable, between enthusiasm and reticence, between teachers and students, to make clear what are the challenges for education and training.
APROLÍNGUAS launches the challenge of assessing the current trends in the approaches of the language teaching-learning process, the theories of language and learning that support them, the methodological principles and the classroom practices, over the last twenty years since the Bologna process.
Thus, we invite the scientific community to participate in this international conference by submitting paper proposals under one of the following thematic strands.
• Foreign Language teaching methods.
• Foreign language teachers’ skills.
• The use of ICT in FL classes.
• Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in Higher Education.
• FL for professional and academic purposes
• Affective factors in foreign language acquisition and teaching-learning.
• Language policies and internationalization in Higher Education.
The event is organized in collaboration with APEF, APPELE and ReCLes.pt.
|Abstract submission||15 September 2021|
|Notification of acceptance||8 October 2021|
|Early bird registration||Until 15 October 2021|
|Final date for registration||31 October 2021|
|Conference dates||2-3 December 2021|
|Submission of full paper for publication||15 April 2022|