We are pleased to announce that the 16th Language Learning and Teaching (LLT) annual SIG conference will be held at the University of Liverpool on July 9-10 2020. Our conference theme is: Research and Practice in the Teaching and Learning of Languages. Full details of the event can be found at the link below. https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/english/our-events/BAAL-2020-Language-Learning-and-Teaching-SIG Call for … Continue reading BAAL 16th Language Learning and Teaching (LLT) annual SIG conference – University of Liverpool – July 9-10 2020.
TESOL Teaching Practice Opportunity Sent on behalf of Ms Lin at Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University. If interested, please contact Ms Lin directly: email@example.com Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University accepting TESOL students internships in 2020 Want to experience a foreign culture? Do you want to increase your English teaching experience? Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University can … Continue reading TESOL Teaching Practice Opportunity in Fuzhou
UCL Institute of Education is pleased to host a free research methods seminar for postgraduate students, which aims to explore the practicalities of collecting data in applied linguistics research. The seminar will be of interest to masters and doctoral students who are embarking on a study in any area connected to applied linguistics, TESOL, or … Continue reading London: Free research methods seminar on data collection for postgraduate students, November 15th 1pm-5pm, UCL Institute of Education
With the partnership of IATEFL and Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick there will be a Quick Fire event on Wednesday 7 August 2019. It will be a chance to network with students from all over UK at a similar stage to you (in previous years there have been MA TESOL students from Warwick, Sheffield, … Continue reading Networking opportunity
by Professor Kira Hall, University of Colorado Boulder The QMUL Linguistics Department and the Centre for Language, Discourse and Communication at King’s are thrilled to welcome Professor Kira Hall (University of Colorado Boulder) for a special invited talk, entitled ‘Middle Class Timelines, Ethnic Humour, and Sexual Modernity in Delhi’, on Thursday 4th April at 17:00 … Continue reading Middle Class Timelines, Ethnic Humour, and Sexual Modernity in Delhi
Call for Abstracts for Kaleidoscope 2019 is open now. Deadline for abstract submission is 1 April. We would highly recommend all individuals share their research, receiving tangible feedback from both professionals and peers. The link to abstract submission can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdfl5H8S_PTCXhhFWzl-nqhus7h_yoZzkdFDlqDD3W9nqbkCw/viewform The conference will be held on the 30th-31st of May in the … Continue reading Kaleidoscope Conference
Immerse Education is a leading academic summer programme based in Cambridge and Suffolk whose mission is to provide high school students aged 13-15 from around the world with fascinating insights into what it's like to study in the UK, alongside improving their English language skills. We achieve this through small class sizes (<12 students per class) … Continue reading Immerse Education is Looking for Tutors to Teach English this Summer!
This article originally appeared in Kinguistics, a blog run by our undergraduate linguistics students and was written by Paola Amante, a student on our BA English Language & Linguistics Programme. The article was published on 8th February 2019. On the 14th of November 2018, both BA and MA students from King’s College had the chance … Continue reading Language & Popular Culture Lab: Seeing things from a Different Perspective
Please come along to the joint LDC & CRESTEM seminar on Gesture with Professor Sotaro Kita. This presentation concerns a theory on how gestures (accompanying speaking and silent thinking) are generated and how gestures facilitate the gesturer's own cognitive processes. Wednesday 6th March, 2-3pm. Refreshments following the presentation from 3pm. Room G/552 Waterloo Bridge Wing, … Continue reading LDC & CRESTEM seminar on Gesture with Professor Sotaro Kita
The Centre for Language, Culture and Learning and the Centre for Identities and Social Justice at Goldsmiths cordially invite you to the interactive book launch of: "We've been doing it your way long enough": Choosing the culturally relevant classroom by Janice Baines, Carmen Tisdale and Susi Long (2018, Teachers College Press) The book invites readers … Continue reading Interactive Book Launch at University of London on March 5th, 2019