The International Conference on Languages (ICL) is a biennial conference jointly organised by the Faculty of Languages and Communication, UniSZA, Malaysia and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand since 2013.
ICL 2015 aims to provide a platform for academicians, educators, language practitioners, industry professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, students and other like-minded individuals from the fields of language to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results on all aspects of language teaching, learning and research. The conference will be an opportunity for participants to meet and share their experiences and research results as well as discuss practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted.
Thus, ICL 2015 welcomes submissions either as paper or poster presentations on the conference theme: “Striving for Excellence: Overcoming Challenges in Language Teaching, Learning and Research”.
We invite submissions for an abstract of a research-based paper in any of the relevant fields, including but not limited to:
- Language for Specific Purposes (LSP)
- Language for Occupational Purposes (LOP)
- Language support programmes
- Developing language skills in learners
- Learning and teaching strategies
- Learning styles
- Language testing and measurement
- Interpersonal & intercultural communication
- Cognitive development approach in language classes
- Group dynamics
- Lateral thinking and the corporate world
- The reality of teaching language in educational institutions
- The theoretical study of language
- The evaluation of curricula for teaching language
- The use of modern technology in teaching language
- Modern theories in teaching language
- Language policy
- Learning and teaching cultures
- Language in multicultural contexts
- Language disability learner
- Language for open and distance learning
- Language learning for adults
- The use of ICT in language learning
- Other related topics
"Striving for Excellence: Overcoming Challenges in Language Teaching, Learning and Research"