The 3rd Vietnam National Conference on Project-based Language Learning “PROJECT TEACHING AT K-12 SCHOOLS IN VIETNAM”

No.: 1972/TB-ĐHTN

You are cordially invited to attend and present at

The 3rd Vietnam National Conference on Project-based Language Learning

“PROJECT TEACHING AT K-12 SCHOOLS IN VIETNAM”

 

-  Conference Schedule:  04 days, from December 1st – 4th, 2018

     -   December 1st, 2018 (optional – fee added): Cultural Tour to Tea Space, tea plantation and Tay ethnic group village to listen to traditional Tay’s music – đàn Tính, play folk games and experience Tay’s meal);

     -   December 2nd, 2018: Main Conference Day

     -   December 3rd, 2018 (optional – fee added): Workshop on PBLL led by American Specialist for K12 teachers;

    -  December 4th, 2018 (optional – fee added): Workshop on PBLL led by American Specialist for higher education instructors;

-   Conference Venue:    School of Foreign Languages, Thai Nguyen University

                                         Quyet Thang, Thai Nguyen city, Thai Nguyen province.

Proposal submission deadline 

30th October 2018 

Notification of accepted proposals 

15th November 2018

Attendance confirmation and registration  

20th November 2018

Conference dates 

1st-4th December 2018
Main Conference:

2nd December 2018

Full paper submission for an ISBN proceeding 

(sent to email address: hoithaoquocgiaPBLL.sfl@tnu.edu.vn)

30th January 2019

Link to abstract submission

Link to registration

-  Keynote and Invited Speakers:



 

 

Proposals and Speakers’ Guidelines

English and Vietnamese are languages used for presentations at the Conference.

Potential presenters can submit one or more proposals for the following types of presentation:

Oral Presentation (30 minutes)

An oral presentation can be either research-oriented (discussing the theoretical perspectives, methodological paradigms and findings of a study) or practice-oriented, (discussing a pedagogical technique). The presenter would spend about 20 minutes for the main content of the presentation and 10 minutes for Question and Answer (Q&A) section.

Workshop (60 minutes)

The presenter demonstrates a teaching initiative or innovation for about 15 minutes before delivering a hands-on activity (activities) that engage all participants to join, share, discuss and produce specific outputs. The activities might be a discussion about a topic, a simulation, designing a lesson plan, designing materials and tasks, drafting an action plan, etc.

Electronic Mini-workshop (45 minutes)

The session demonstrates the use of current non-print media resources for English language education. It offers sequential presentations and caters to diverse needs such as classroom-based learning, mobile learning, or self-access learning. In a small group, the participants will gain hands-on practice with the guidance of an instructor who specializes in using a particular technology application, device, or Internet-based resource.

Poster presentation (45 minutes)

A poster presentation is a visually explanatory exhibit that allows for short, informal discussions between the presenter(s) and participants as they circulate within the poster-session area. Poster sessions serve as an important and interactive forum for sharing professional ideas and for receiving feedback. The presenters are expected to be very flexible with time and their participants within their allowance of 45 minutes per session. Posters will be hung for the full day, but presenters should be available at their poster at a certain time to answer attendees’ questions. There is no format requirement for the poster, but it must be printed on A0 paper size (1189mm x 841 mm).



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