Promoting Student Engagement among Language Learners
March 8, 2014
Graduate Business Center
West Chester University
West Chester, PA, USA
Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal for the 2014 TALFL conference. Below you will see the types of presentations for the TALFL conference. If you have any questions about these types, or if you are not sure which type your proposal fits, please email the conference co-chair Esther Smidt at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Suggested Topics for Sessions
Teachers generally recognize that engagement is fundamental to language learning, but many face the challenge of how to engage students effectively in language learning tasks. This year’s TALFL Conference is designed to provide a platform for an exchange of views and sharing experiences on the teaching practices that promote language learners’ engagement in the classroom. The conference welcomes presentations that address students’ needs and teachers’ actions that enhance engagement practices.
The topic of student engagement can be examined in a wide range of areas of language learning, including (though not limited to) teaching methodology, materials development, assessment and learning, and technology.
Proposals are invited for the following categories: