Event Date/Time: Mar 29, 2012
End Date/Time: Mar 30, 2012
Mar 28, 2012
Early Registration Date:
Jan 31, 2012
Abstract Submission Date:
Dec 12, 2011
Sustaining a Global Society: Languages of the Wider World which aims to bring together scholars, teachers and postgraduate students working with or having an interest in languages which are under represented in the education system in the UK, including minority, endangered and heritage languages as well as languages of countries with emerging economies. The conference will try to bridge the gap between the world of academia and various language communities in the UK and beyond, by offering people working in these too often separated spheres an exciting opportunity to share practice, knowledge and expertise.
Major themes for this event are:
Teaching LWW as community languages
Policy/ies and potential opportunities for LWW
Projects focussing on LWW
Cross-sector projects (e. g. projects which involve collaborations between HEIs and language communities
Training teachers in LWW
The sociolinguistics of LWW
LWW for accessing research
Technology to support research and practice in LWW
Developing language expertise in LWW
Curriculum development for LWW in the primary, secondary and further education sectors
LWW for sustainable development: ethnicity, gender and culture
This is a paying event. When registering please specify which days you wish to attend in the comments section of the registration form.
Registration fee :
Early bird rate:
Â£150 to attend both days. This applies to registrations and payments made by 23.59hrs on 31st January 2012.
Standard rate :
Â£190 to attend both days / Â£95 to attend one day
Concessionary rates available for Postgraduate students:
Early Bird rate
Â£75 to attend both days. This applies to registrations and payments made by 23.59hrs on 31st January 2012.
Â£95 to attend both days / Â£50 to attend one day