Aims and Scopes

The Global Conference on Linguistics and Foreign Language Teaching (LINELT) is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Linguistics and Foreign Language Teaching. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world.

It is expected that LINELT will attract a significant number of front-ranking academics, professionals and policy makers working in the broad area of language education, linguistic and intercultural education. The main aim of the conference is to promote the values of multilingualism and intercultural cooperation in a rapidly changing and communication-driven society with cross-border and culture-convergent encounters. Our task is to re-examine and re-define key questions on our existing agenda, as well as to identify new collaborative and networking opportunities, both of which will inform future directions of research and development.

The main theme is “intercultural language education”.

Topics of Foreign Language Teaching study include, but are not limited to:

Computer assisted Language Learning
Cultural studies
Curriculum Development and Syllabus Design
Discourse Analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)
English for specific purposes
Fluent Teacher Interactions
Foreign Language Teaching
Gender studies
General Linguistics
Globalization Studies and world English’s
Independent / Autonomous Learning
Information and Computer Technology in TEFL
Innovation in language Teaching and learning
Intercultural Education
Language acquisition and learning
Language curriculum development
Language education
Language program evaluation
Language teacher education
Language teaching methodology
Language Testing and Assessment
Literacy and language learning
Mobile Language Learning
Other FLTAL related issues
Second Language
Second Language Acquisition
Second Language Acquisition Theory
Second language Audio
Second Language Digital Literacy Skills
Second Language Learners
Second Language Learning
Second language Pedagogy
Second Language Proficiency
Second Language Speech
Second Language Teaching
Second Language Training
Second Language Tutor
Second language Vocabulary Learning
Teaching English as a Foreign/ Second Language
Teaching Language Skills
Translation Studies
Speech processing
Pronunciation modeling
Speech quality and intelligibility tests
Machine translation
Automatic text summarization
Dialogue systems
Text understanding systems
Word sense disambiguation

Areas of Linguistic study include, but are not limited to:

Applied linguistics
Cognitive linguistics
Conversational analysis
Critical discourse analysis Intercultural studies
Discourse analysis
Functional grammar
L Linguistics
Language acquisition
Language ideology
Language policy
Language socialization
Linguistic Analysis
Linguistic anthropology/ethnography
Linguistic Approach
Linguistic Description
Linguistic Descriptions
Linguistic Expressions
Linguistic Feature
Linguistic Information
Linguistic Knowledge
Linguistic Labels
Linguistic Model
Linguistic ProcessingLinguistic RulesLinguistic Terms
Linguistic Values
Linguistic VariableLiteracy studiesNarrative studies, gesture/ sign /visual forms of communication
Text/corpus linguistics