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  • GLoCALL 2015 Information


    GLoCALL2015

    This is a link to the photos from the conference. Click here.
    Also, we encourage you to upload your slides to the course provided for those. You can access that from the main page.

    GLoCALL 2015 Information
    • Call for Proposals

    • Important Dates

    • Plenary Speakers

    • Local website (Korea)

    • Registration Fees

      Registration Fees

      Local participants please register through the local site.

      International participants, please click here.

    • Conference Program

      Conference Program
    • Hotels and Tourism


      Hotels and Tourism

      GLoCALL 2015 is here again! As usual, the typical fanfare associated with our annual conference will be there - engaging plenaries, action-packed parallel and poster sessions, and symposiums. BUT if you love history, culture and traditions, then GLOCALL 2015 @ Korea should not be missed!

      This year, Pai Chai University, Daejeon, Korea is hosting GLOCALL 2015. You can read more about the amazing city that this conference will be held in here.  For a list of the recommended hotels, their prices and other information, please click here. If you wish to stay at the official hotel of the conference, which will have a shuttle bus to the conference, fill out this application form and follow the steps outlined on it. Places are limited so please do so quickly.

      For information on how to get to Daejeon, please click here.

    • Pre-Conference Workshops

      Pre-Conference Workshops


      Date: 12 November 2015

      Venue: Pai Chai University, Daejeon, Korea


      14:00 - 15:00

      Mobile pedagogy for English language teaching

      by Agnes Kukulska-Hulme


      We propose a new Pedagogical Framework for Mobile English Language Teaching, designed to stimulate thinking around key aspects of mobile-enabled language activities for students. This workshop highlights the use of activities which exploit a dynamic language and technology environment while drawing on the distinctive capabilities of teachers and learners.

       

      15:10 - 16:10

      Strong texts for weak learners

      by Thomas Cobb


      ESL learners are often bored by the simple texts they are able to read, but unable to read the texts that would interest them. Lextutor has two solutions: simplify complex texts down to the learner's level, or resource the learner up to the level of the text. Focus: hands-on, practical.

       

      16:20 - 17:20

      Activity design in CALL

      by Jeong-Bae Son


      This workshop will explore the issue of how to design computer-assisted language learning (CALL) activities and discuss the design process and methods. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the types of web activities and mobile activities and a hands-on practice in the creation and use of some online activities.

       


    • Virtual and Slides

      Conference participants should receive a password to enter the presentation slides and virtual section of the site either by email or at the conference. You can enter the course later.

    • Conference Committee

    • Topic 12