LINGUIST List 33.302
Wed Jan 26 2022
Calls: Applied Ling, Gen Ling, Lang Acquisition, Ling Theories/Spain
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Mara Fuertes Gutiérrez <mara.fuertes-gutierrez
4th International Conference on Teaching Grammar E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: 4th International Conference on Teaching Grammar
Short Title: ConGram23
Date: 25-Jan-2023 - 27-Jan-2023
Location: University of Valencia, Spain
Contact Person: María José García Folgado
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Linguistic Theories
Call Deadline: 01-May-2022
The research group Grup d’Investigació en Ensenyament de Llengües (GIEL) is pleased to announce the 4th International Conference on Teaching Grammar (Congram23), to take place at the University of Valencia (Spain) from 25-27 January 2023.
The challenges of multilingual education demanded by contemporary society need to respond to the need of citizens to use languages (own and foreign) for progressively more complex uses. These entail the development of thought; mastery of diverse linguistic procedures; and the acquisition of the skills and strategies necessary to develop multilingual competence. To respond to this social need, a thoughtful use of languages must be promoted. This requires a grammatical knowledge that can be used consciously and autonomously by students as well as methodological procedures that permit teachers to address this knowledge in the classroom. This is the challenge we intend to address in this conference through a principal albeit not exclusionary approach: to debate the teaching of grammar from an interlinguistic perspective from multiple perspectives (teachers, students, content, legal provisions, teaching methodology, curriculum and family languages, teaching material etc.). Also, as in previous years, the Conference will host events on grammar teaching around these same matters – in first, second and foreign languages – both from a synchronic and diachronic perspective.
- The interlinguistic perspective in grammar teaching
- Teaching grammar and linguistic usage
- Grammar reflection in language teaching
- Teaching grammar and linguistic theories
- Historical aspects of teaching grammar
- New directions in grammar teaching.
Confirmed speakers for this year include Jim Cummins (University of Toronto), Joaquim Dolz (Université de Genève), Pierre Swiggers (K.U. Leuven) and Pilar García-Mayo (Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea).
Participants with paper/poster/symposium:
- Up to September 30, 2022: 200€
- As of October 1, 2022: 250€
Undergraduate students: 25€
The deadline for the registration payment for participants with accepted contributions is December 10, 2022 at 11:59 pm. As of this date, contributions from participants who have not completed the payment will be removed from the programme.
Ignacio Bosque (Universidad Complutense de Madrid – Real Academia Española)
Anna Camps (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Alejandro Castañeda (Universidad de Granada)
Mirta Castedo (Universidad Nacional de La Plata)
André Chervel (Service d’histoire de l’éducation. INRP)
Llorenç Comajoan (Universitat de Vic – Universitat Central de Catalunya)
Peter-Arno Coppen (Radboud University)
Maria Antónia Coutinho (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Mª Josep Cuenca (Universitat de València – Institut d’Estudis Catalans)
Marie-Laure Elalouf (Université de Cergy – Pontoise)
Maya Honda (Wheelock College)
Richard Hudson (University College London)
Rosana Martín Vegas (Universidad de Salamanca)
Nicola McLelland (University of Nottingham)
Marta Milian (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Marie Nadeau (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Teresa Ribas (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Félix San Vicente (Università di Bologna)
Carsten Sinner (Universität Leipzig)
Carlos Soler Montes (The university of Edinburgh)
Guillermo Toscano y García (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Carmen Rodríguez Gonzalo (Universitat de València)
María José García Folgado (Universitat de València)
Xavier Fontich Vicens (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Mara Fuertes Gutiérrez (The Open University)
Scientific secretary: congram23
Technical secretary: congram2023
Call for Papers:
We invite all researchers with an interest in the subject, who are willing to contribute to the debate on the questions that grammar instruction poses, to participate in the conference.
Guidelines for submitting proposals for symposiums, papers and posters
Oral presentations: Proposals should present research results or reflections on specific aspects of the conference’s thematic strands. Each participant may submit a maximum of two papers or a paper and a poster. In the case of proposals with more than one author, all authors must register for the conference. The stipulated time for each paper is 20 minutes.
Posters: Posters will have an eminently practical character (teaching experiences, projects for the teaching of grammar, development of didactic activities, etc.). There will be a poster session on the 25th and another on the 26th, during which the authors will explain their work.
Symposia: These sessions will gather presentations of research groups or researchers with similar interests around aspects related to the teaching of grammar. Each symposium will have a person in charge, who will coordinate with the organizers of the conference. The symposium will have a maximum duration of 120 minutes and up to four speakers, from at least three different universities. Each of them will have a maximum of 20 minutes for the presentation of their work.
Proposals must be submitted through this form: https://www.alocongressqcw.com/alqcw/fonline/cong/acceso_cong.php?idcgrs=554363&idioma=es
The deadline to submit proposals is May 1, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
The selection of all proposals for paper, seminars and posters will be subject to peer-review.
Both communications and posters must be presented by one of the signatories. Presentations by people other than the named authors will not be allowed.
Papers will be accepted in Spanish, Catalan, Galician, English, French and Portuguese
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