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BACKGROUND / ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Through global mobility of people and capital in the 21st Century, foreign languages have become an important commodity in advancing networks and building relationships, hence the need for discourse on how teaching and learning of these languages could be advanced to better the cause.
It is in this context that language practitioners, researchers, education specialists and scholars across different disciplines ought to converge and explore effective ways of advancing the teaching and learning of foreign languages to promote global mobility. To this end, this conference seeks to create a platform for interaction amongst stakeholders from far and wide to share their exciting research and pedagogies to broaden and diversify the teaching of foreign languages and cultures in the quest for promotion of global mobility.
The aim of this conference is to pull together everyone who teaches a foreign language under one roof to engage in discussions on the role played by foreign language teaching in transcending borders and enhancing globalisation. This conference is seen as a platform wherein everyone involved in teaching a foreign language gets a chance to share his/her experience and learn from others.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban University of Technology and the Confucius Institute at DUT have collaborated to host the International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching Mobility: Towards Globalisation.
Date: 25-26 September 2019
Venue: Coastlands Hotel, Umhlanga, South Africa
Conference theme: Foreign Language Teaching Mobility: Towards Globalisation
Abstracts for paper presentations and posters are invited.
Guidelines for submission of Abstracts:
- Abstracts of 200-250 words in length should be submitted by email as an MS Word file together with the following details of the author/s:
- Title, full name and surname
- Institutional affiliation
- E-mail address, telephone (cell or office), fax number and postal address
Abstracts will be accepted in English, isiZulu or Mandarin; however an English translation should accompany the abstract which is either in isiZulu or Mandarin. It is the responsibility of the author to submit a well edited abstract. No references, graphics or tables should be included in the abstract.
The duration of paper presentation is 20 minutes with an additional 10 minutes for questions and/or discussion.
All abstracts will be reviewed and authors will be informed of the outcome.
Abstracts to be sent to:
Dr Gugu Mazibuko: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Thabani Khumalo: email@example.com
Submission of abstracts: 20 July 2019
Notification of acceptance: 12 August 2019
Registration by 31st August 2019, R2000.00
Student registration by 31st August 2019, R1000.00
No refunds, substitutes are welcome at no extra costs.
The registration fee is inclusive of teas and lunch on both days as well as a conference pack.
THEME OF THE CONFERENCE
Foreign Language Teaching Mobility: Towards Globalisation
The theme embraces contributions from a wide spectrum of research on Foreign Language Teaching. The sub-themes below include but by no means confine presenters to the highlighted areas.
- Foreign language teaching and technology
- Culture and foreign language teaching
- Language and society (media, politics, multilingualism, multiculturalism, globalisation)
- Translation, interpreting and terminology development
- Language policy and planning
- Literature and foreign language teaching
- General/Comparative linguistics
Ms Larisa Yu LEI at YuL@dut.ac.za
All delegates are encouraged to pay directly to the following bank account and email /fax proof of payment to the organisers. Please make sure you write the correct reference as required when you pay.
|Name:||Durban University of Technology|
|Account No:||05 000 7068|
|Reference:||FML2-(name of participant)|
|Swift Code for International Payment:||SBZAZAJJ|
Deposit the appropriate fee into the bank account and email the copy of deposit slip or proof of electronic transfer to Larisa, email: YuL@dut.ac.za
The registration fee covers tea, lunch and conference pack. All other expenses (travel, accommodation, etc) related to the delegate’s participation in the conference are the responsibility of the delegate.
The conference venue has accommodation. However, the following hotels are also close to the conference venue:
|HOTEL NAME||CONTACT||PHYSICAL ADDRESS|
|Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel||031 514 6500
|329 Umhlanga Rocks Drive, Durban, 4020, South Africa|
|Aha Gateway Hotel Umhlanga||031 536 9200/6600
|Corner Centenary Boulevard & Twilight Drive, Durban, 4321, South Africa|
|Royal Palm Hotel||031 581 8000
|6-8 Palm Boulevard, Umhlanga Ridge, Durban, 4320,South Africa|
|Regal Inn Umhlanga Gateway||031 824 7766
|34 Umhlanga Ridge Boulevard, Durban, 4319, South Africa|
|Holiday Inn Express Umhlanga||031 514 9000
|2 Ncondo Place, Corner Ntusi Road, Umhlanga Rocks Drive, Durban, 4320, South Africa|
|Garden Court Umhlanga||031 514 5500
|Cnr. Aurora Drive& Centenary Boulevard, Durban, 439, South Africa|