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THIS IS THE PROGRAMME AT TIME OF CANCELLATION, PROVIDED TO HELP DELEGATES PROVE TO EMPLOYERS THAT THEY WERE ACCEPTED
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Language Policy Forum 2020, University of Cambridge - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.ukLanguage Policy Forum 2020, University of Cambridge - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.ukLanguage Policy Forum 2020, University of Cambridge - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.uk
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6 May20:00Pre-conference social evening, VENUE6 May20:00Pre-conference social evening, VENUE6 May20:00Pre-conference social evening, VENUE
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9:15Welcome & opening remarks9:159:15
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9:30Plenary9:309:30
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10:30Tea & coffee, and posters*10:3010:30
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11:001Ritu JainReligiously literate: language and literacy development among transnational Indians in Singapore. 11:0010Yuni Budi LestariLocal English Education Policy as a Local National Agenda11:0021Lini XiaoHeritage language learners on the move: The transnational process of managing and learning Chinese in a community school in London
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11:302Rachel BowdenLearning between the lines: language and education in the Rohingya refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar11:3011Rachel O'Neill & Rob WilksImplementation of the BSL (Scotland) Act in relation to education: transformative equality?11:3022Taisa Pinetti PassoniLanguage Policies at UTFPR: a glance at the internationalization of higher education in Brazil
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12:003Andrea Sunyol Delanguaged spaces: Invisibilised school language policy and the maintenance of an international social order12:0012Tinghe Jin and Shanshan YanChinese language polices in China: Perspectives from international students 12:0023Rosario Reyes Izquierdo, Sílvia Carrasco, Laia NarcisoLanguage and social integration in times of increasing "anti-immigration" discourses. Experiences and challenges of immigrant and refugee families and teachers in non-formal settings in Barcelona.
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12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour)12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour)12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour)
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13:304Jorunn Simonsen ThingnesUnderstanding language policy processes through the concept of legitimacy13:3013Klaudia KosicinskaLanguage between borders. Key factors which affect the mobility beyond Azerbaijanis in Georgia13:3024Xuan LiAn exploratory study of preschool English education in China
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14:005Minna Moffatt-FeldmanSpreading British Sign Language14:0014XU YangBilingual education in Xinjiang Uyghur schools: A case study14:0025Rebecca Campbell-MontalvoNegotiating Identifications of Language Use among Families coming from Mexico to U.S. Schools: Making Order through Linguistic Re-formation of Latino American Indian Languages as Spanish
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14:306Vasi MocanuThe challenge of language learning in study abroad through the Erasmus program: when desire meets policy14:3015Maria Bylin and Sofia TingsellTransforming monolingual good usage advice in a multilingual context14:3026Gearóidín McEvoyLinguistic Bias in the Administration of Law and Order
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15:007Caroline StaquetThe interplay between language policy and contemporary scientific discourses: A sociolinguistic and discourse analysis of language ideologies in CLIL research15:0016Tony LiddicoatSchools' language policies and practices for modern languages in the city of Coventry15:0027Tae-Hee Choi; Prem PoudelLinguistic identity of migrant students and their parents in multilingual Nepal: Implications for mobility and sustainability of languages
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15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*
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16:008Javier Moreno-RiveroResearching translation policies of minoritized languages through civic engagement 16:0017Aida NuranovaTeachers’ Perceptions of Teaching in English Based on Their Experience of Implementing CLIL Practices for STEM Subjects16:0028Jessica LuethInvisible language movements - pupils' and school staff's full linguistic repertoires tend to remain unconsidered in schools
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16:309Altyn MukhayevaLanguage Revitalization in Kazakhstan16:3018Tian XinxiaoA Research on Language Services Planning for Chinese Adolescents to Study Overseas16:3029Jingyan ChengIndividual agency and changing language education policy in China: Reactions to the new “Guidelines on College English Teaching”
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17:00Florence Bonacina-PughAdvice panel: language policy research and 'impact'
Joanna McPake - Reader, School of Education, University of Strathclyde, UK
Taehee Choi - Asst. Prof., Dept Education Policy & Leadership, Education U. of Hong Kong
Sharon Harvey - Assoc. Prof., School of Language & Culture, Auckland U. Technology, NZ
Jo Lo Bianco - Prof. of Language & Literacy Education, University of Melbourne, Australia
Tony Liddicoat - Prof. of Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, UK
17:0019Yael Gaulan and Yuli HatzofeHebrew teaching for African asylum seekers in Israel: Pedagogical, emotional and political aspects 17:0030Robert John BalfourPolicy (Plan) Practice: assessing the efficacy of language planning implementation in South Africa
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17:3017:3020Rachelle VesseyLanguage practices and ideologies in online communication: A corpus-assisted discourse analysis of tweets during the 2019 Canadian general election17:3031George AndroulakisFrom ‘default’ to ‘practiced’ language policy in chronotopes of refugee education.
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18:00Wine reception (inc soft drinks & nibbles)18:00Wine reception (inc soft drinks & nibbles)18:00Wine reception (inc soft drinks & nibbles)
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19:00LPF dinner19:00LPF dinner19:00LPF dinner
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21:00After party21:00After party21:00After party
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9:00Plenary9:00See parallel session 19:00See parallel session 1
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10:00Rapid networking: A carefully choreographed opportunity for all delegates to meet each other!10:0010:00
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11:00Tea & coffee, and posters*11:00Tea & coffee, and posters*11:00Tea & coffee, and posters*
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11:3032Liaquat Ali ChannaDeveloping dynamic language policy: Pakistani primary school teachers’ perspectives11:3039Cinzia ColaiudaUrban multilingualism: between social order and linguistic anarchy11:3046Minna Moffatt-FeldmanSpreading British Sign Language
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12:0033Daniel Hoi-Yat PunCelebrity English Tutors and Language Policy in Hong Kong: a political economic analysis12:0040Camelia SuleimanLanguage Policy and Israel's Nationality Law12:0047Evaristo OvideThe most developed implementation of Bilingual Intercultural Education in Argentina causing a faster language shift. The case of indigenous languages in Chaco (Argentina)
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12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour) - also optional AGM in room X12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour) - also optional AGM in room X12:30Lunch and posters* (1 hour) - also optional AGM in room X
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13:3034Enric LlurdaLanguage policy and tensions in a multilingual higher education environment13:3041Chung Kam KwokChinese national identities and its English language ideologies13:3048Amy Lightfoot / Helga StellmacherSupporting the development of language skills in low-skilled worker migration in South Asia: current practice and future possibilities
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14:0035Sharon HarveyThe interplay of Asian languages and te reo Māori in New Zealand/Aotearoa primary schools.14:0042Joanna McPakeGaelic in and beyond the classroom: ‘safe spaces’ and translanguaging in tension in the language revitalisation debate14:0049Oris Tom-LawyerRe-evaluating the Hegemony of English Language in West Africa: A Meta-analysis Review of the Research 2003-2018
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14:3036Manfred HerbertEmployment contracts with migrant workers and linguistic discrimination: a critical assessment of the legal situation in the European Union14:3043Wine TesseurInternational NGOs, language policy and (linguistic) accountability: using translation as a tool for equal dialogue in transnational projects14:3050James FongManaging and Governing Identities in China’s Hong Kong: Negotiation of Chineseness in Language Policies and Practices
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15:0037Lisa McEntee-Atalianis & Francis HultManaging Multilingualism at the United Nations15:0044Ian Cushing, Alexandra Georgiou & Petros Karatsareas Where two worlds meet: language policing in mainstream and complementary schools in the UK15:0051Richard Rossner & Rod BolithoOvercoming barriers to achievement and mobility: the case for rethinking language education
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15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*15:30Tea & coffee, and posters*
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16:0038Iker Erdocia & Josep SolerThe place of ‘science’ in sociolinguists’ engagement in language-in-society debates16:0045Eduardo FaingoldLanguage rights and education for immigrants in Denmark16:0052Leanne Henderson and Janice CarruthersLanguage policies under devolution: linguistic diversity and secondary level education
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17:00Closing remarks, thanks, and news of LPF 2021!End of parallel session 2End of parallel session 2
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*POSTERS
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Adekunmi OlatunjiReflections on Yorùbá Family Language Policy & Inter-generational Language Shift in London
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Saule AbenovaThe Association between Private tutoring and Access to an Elite English-Medium University in Kazakhstan: Voices of Undergraduate Students
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Simon James PerryThe negotiation of transnational identities and being a ‘non-native’ English speaking teacher abroad
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MuratFaculty and Students’ Perceptions of EMI and its Impact on Academic Content and Language Acquisition from the Participants’ Perspectives
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Anara KanatkhanovaEMI at a National University in Kazakhstan: views of administrators, teachers and students
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Gulbanu KuspanParental involvement in their young children's English language learning
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Ali Hussain AlmuhayyaLanguage choices and Written Pedagogical Practices Policy: Example of Written Language Practices by Saudi Students in EMI Classes at Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia.
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Hadjira Cherif Algerian Sign Language: Between Policy and Practice
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Kymbat YessenbekovaKazakhstan's language-in-education policy: from bilingualism to trilingualism
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Rod Bolitho & Richard RossnerHow language policy decisions have affected the status of English
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Chung Kam KwokThe return of socialism? Ideologies of English in China in Xi Jinping's era