Visual Arts Creation in Language Education Conference
15-16 February 2019, Old University Campus, Valletta, Malta
The Visual Arts Creation in Language Education (VACLE) Conference is an innovative event that explores the possibilities that creation of the visual arts (drawing, painting, design, crafts, photography, film-making, video-making, computer art and gaming) offers to both language teachers and language learners. The VACLE Conference seeks to bring together leading experts and practitioners in visual arts creation in language learning that share their experiences, insights and know-how, and provide participants with a unique opportunity to enhance their competence in teaching visual arts creation in the language classroom.

The conference aims to showcase multimodal approaches to language education. There is a special focus on how oracy, the capacity to express oneself in speech and understand speech, can be developed through visual arts creation.

Submission of Proposals Guidelines
Thank you for wanting to submit a speaker proposal for the Visual Arts Creation in Language Education (VACLE) Conference in Valletta, Malta on 15-16 February 2019.

We would appreciate it if you would take a moment to read through these submission of proposals guidelines to help you, us and the delegates get the most out of the conference.

The deadline for proposals is 7 December 2018. Notification of acceptance of proposals will take place on 14 December 2018. Once you have been accepted to speak, you will receive a provisional acceptance email.

Prospective speakers for the conference are kindly asked to submit abstracts for talks or workshops – 50 words maximum. All proposals must be related to visual arts creation in language teaching and learning. Topics can include:

• drawing
• painting
• design
• craft
• photography
• film-making
• video-making
• computer art
• gaming

We particularly encourage proposals related to how oracy, the capacity to express oneself in speech and understand speech, can be developed through visual arts creation. We are also very keen on proposals on multimodality in language education.

Proposals should be chosen in line with the following presentation categories:

• Workshop (45 minutes, including questions): A workshop is a session in which there is active audience participation via the experiencing and discussing of visual arts creation tasks provided by the presenter.
• Talk (30 minutes, including questions): A talk tells the delegates something about teaching language through visual arts creation.

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