2019 Call for Proposals
13th Annual Colloquium on Language Teaching
Saturday February 9, 2019
10:00 AM-4:00 PM, Mammel Hall (UNO Scott Campus)
The MALT Annual Colloquium on Language Teaching seeks to create a community of local area language teachers & learners, promote interdisciplinary collaboration, and encourage research in the field of Language Education. The event is free and open to the public.
10:00-11:00: Keynote address by Dr. Carolyn Gascoigne (Angelo State University): “Reviewing Reading: From Models to Practice”
11:15- 12:15: Presentations
1:10- 1:40: Poster Sessions
1:55- 2:55: Presentations
3:10-4:00: Round-Table & Open Discussion: “World Languages inside and outside the K-16 Classroom. Standards, Practices, and Insights towards Deep Listening and Understanding”, with the participation of experienced teachers and stakeholders from our community
We invite proposals for either Presentations (Track A & Track B) or Poster Sessions. Find below a description of Presentations and Poster Sessions.
Proposals will address the following areas:
Language teaching/learning strategies
Language learning styles
Pedagogical innovations in language teaching, assessment & evaluation
Language & culture
Teaching literature and/or civilization within the language class
Language & technology
Second/foreign language acquisition: connecting theory to practice,
Literacy, applied linguistics, and sociolinguistics
Proposals from teachers at all levels of instruction and of all world languages and ESL/EFL are welcome; however, first priority will be given to proposals that are accessible to teachers of all languages and levels.
We strongly encourage graduate students to participate by submitting a proposal.
Description of Presentations and Poster Sessions
Presentations Track A: Pedagogical and interactive presentations. The specific goal of this track is to introduce pedagogical innovations and open the floor to conversations among fellow teachers.
Presentations Track B: Research-oriented presentations to introduce or discuss new research and its application to the classroom. The specific goal of this track is to familiarize the audience with current research and theories, and their potential classroom use.
Poster Sessions: digital or physical posters (48″ x 36″) accepted. The specific goal of this track is to share classroom-based research projects with a larger audience.
No lunch will be provided. Light refreshments only.
DEADLINE: All proposals must be received by January 7, 2019.
Proposal submissions should indicate the selected track, and include a title, a 250-300 word abstract, and a 50-word summary for the conference program.
All abstracts will be submitted for blind review. Thus, the following submission guidelines should be closely followed:
- All submissions should include selected track, abstract, title, and 50-word summary.
- DO NOT include any identifying information in the abstract itself.
- Include your contact information (name, email, phone, school affiliation) in the body of your email only.
- Proposals must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon submission, you will receive an email confirmation indicating that your proposal was received.