Call for Papers: Linking teaching to learning in language education

Update (June 2015)

This is a post advertising an academic conference that took place in 2013. This content is no longer up to date, and it is only kept here for archival reasons. If you landed on this looking for information on the BAAL Language Learning & Teaching SIG, you can follow their webpage here. For more information on upcoming academic events, you may want to consider subscribing to this blog.


Linking teaching to learning in language education
BAAL Language Learning & Teaching SIG
9th Annual Conference
July 4th and 5th 2013

The 9th annual conference of the Language Learning and Teaching SIG of the British Association of Applied Linguistics will be held at St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham on the 4th and 5th of July 2013.

Confirmed plenary speakers include:

The focus of the event will be both on the affordances of social contexts and on cognitive capacities and restraints as they relate to second language learning. Proposals are invited for papers (20 minutes followed by 10 minutes discussion) and poster presentations. Abstracts (250 words) should be sent to Jessica Jeske (jessica.jeske [at] smuc [dot] ac.uk) by 17 March 2013.

Conference fees will likely be set at:

  • BAAL members: £135.00
  • Non-BAAL members:  £155.00
  • Student/unwaged: £110.00
  • Conference dinner: £35.00

(subject to confirmation at opening of registration)

Bed & breakfast accommodation will be available on campus. Details to follow.

Additional information can be found at the conference webpage (link no longer valid) or through Professor Pauline Foster (pauline.foster [at] smuc [dot] ac.uk)

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