Presentation Types

Presentation Types


Asia TEFL 2019 welcomes two types of presentations: (1) paper presentations and (2) poster presentations.

Paper presentations — Each paper is allotted 25 minutes for an oral presentation and 5 minutes for questions. The language for the presentations is English. To deliver a paper presentation, one must submit an abstract of 150 – 170 words for review via this website’s submission system. We welcome papers on the following topics:

1) Language planning and language policy
2) Methodologies and teaching approaches
3) Curriculum, syllabus design and Materials design
4) Assessment and evaluation
5) Second language acquisition and literacy development
6) English for academic/specific purposes
7) Teacher education and professional development
8) Programme management and leadership development
9) Digital literacies/language learning and technology
10) Intercultural communication and global competencies
11) Plurilingualism, translanguaging and multilingual education
12) World Englishes/English as a lingua franca
13) Identity and learner autonomy
14) Discourse/genre analysis
15) Creativity and critical literacies
16) Teaching younger learners

Each abstract will be reviewed for its clarity, theoretical framework, methodology, originality, significance, and organization. Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be notified and asked to reserve their presentation slots.

Poster presentations — Each poster presenter is allotted 60 minutes for their presentation in a provided area. The language for the presentations is English. To deliver a poster presentation, one must submit an abstract of 150 – 170 words for review via this website’s submission system. We welcome papers on the following topics:

1) Language planning and language policy
2) Methodologies and teaching approaches
3) Curriculum, syllabus design and Materials design
4) Assessment and evaluation
5) Second language acquisition and literacy development
6) English for academic/specific purposes
7) Teacher education and professional development
8) Programme management and leadership development
9) Digital literacies/language learning and technology
10) Intercultural communication and global competencies
11) Plurilingualism, translanguaging and multilingual education
12) World Englishes/English as a lingua franca
13) Identity and learner autonomy
14) Discourse/genre analysis
15) Creativity and critical literacies
16) Teaching younger learners

Each abstract will be reviewed for its clarity, theoretical framework, methodology, originality, significance, and organization. Poster presenters whose abstracts are accepted will be notified and asked to reserve their presentation slots. They will need to prepare an A0-sized poster (approximately 841 x 1189 mm or 33.1 x 66.8 in) to be on display in the poster presentation area at the conference. During the poster presentation session, presenters must be ready at their spots to answer questions from conference participants.