The First AUATK Conference Korean Language Education in times of change : Integrating perspectives on Teaching and Research. Deadline : 19 August 2018
Korean Language Education in times of change: Integrating perspectives on Teaching and Research
Call for Papers
The Australian Association of Teachers of Korean (AUATK) is hosting the first AUATK Conference at the University of Sydney on 29 November–1 December 2018. The major aim of the conference is to bring together scholars, researchers, and educators to exchange and share research outcomes and ideas on teaching and learning Korean as a foreign/heritage language and discuss practical challenges and solutions.AUATK welcomes research papers in any area of relevant to language teaching and learning. We especially welcome academic papers which present well-researched aspects of connections between theory and practice so as to activate classes, accelerate Korean language learning process and to introduce innovations in language pedagogy.
If you wish to present a paper at the Conference, please send an abstract of your paper to the Conference Secretary Ms Kyoung Na Kim (Email: AUATKsecretary@gmail.com) by 19 August 2018.
The two forms to submit -Abstract Form and Personal Information Card- are attached to this email. Your abstract should be saved in the MS-Words format. The abstract should be within 300 words in English excluding a list of references. Personal details of authors will be in Personal Information Card only, while Abstract Form includes only the title of paper.All abstracts submitted will be reviewed through a double-blind reviewing process. Authors of selected papers will be notified by 3 September 2018, and be invited to submit their full papers by 31 October 2018 for the publication in the conference proceedings.The Conference Organising Committee would be able to provide accommodation to paper presenters from outside of the Sydney Metropolitan area including overseas paper presenters.
If you wish to make any further enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretary.