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Programme

 


Wednesday September 11

17:00—19:00 
Pre-registration and Welcome Drinks

 


Thursday September 12

08:30—09:15   
Registration and Coffee Pitstop
09:15—09:30 
Symbolic Handover from ELF13 (Wenli Tsou) / Conference Opening (Veronika Quinn Novotná and Jiřina Dunková + hosting institutions: Peter Howe and Jakub Rákosník)
09:30—10:20 
Where Are We? Where Are We Going? The Past, Present, and Future of English(es) and ELF Research
joint plenary with a summary — founding mothers and fathers, H. Widdowson
10:30—11:30 
AI Technologies and Present-day English
joint plenary with a summary — linguist + AI exp
ert(s) (TBS) + A. Gruber
11:30—12:00    
Transfer to Prague City University
Room 101
(meeting room)
Room 102
(PhD session)
Room 103
(colloquium)
Room 105 Room 106 Room 108 Room 109


12:00—13:30 
Colloquium — ELF and AI & English (LF/GL)
convened by A. Gruber
12:00—13:30 
Colloquium — ELF and Trans/Intercultural Communication
convened by W. Baker



13:30—14:30 
Lunch Break





14:30—16:30 
Colloquium — Professional Identities of ELF-aware teachers
convened by N. Sifakis | panelists: E. Llurda and I. Pineda




16:45—17:15  
Coffee Break

  17:15—18:15 
Poster Session
17:15—18:15  
Colloquium — Professional Identities of ELF-aware teachers (continued)
convened by N. Sifakis |  panelists: E. Llurda and I. Pineda
  17:15—18:15 
PhD Projects & Discussion: Sociolinguistics / CA
moderated by ELF experts
17:15—18:15 
PhD Projects & Discussion: Corpora
moderated by ELF experts
17:15—18:15 
PhD Projects & Discussion: Teaching
moderated by ELF experts
19:30—20:30  
Concert — Talks — Drinks

 


Friday September 13

09:00—09:45 
Plenary and Short Discussion
09:50—10:20 
“Polarity thinking, liminal spaces, and ELF: Moving from ‘either; or’ to ‘both; and’
E. Crisfield
10:30—11:00 
“Resistance, awareness, and change: What does it take for ELF to become part of mainstream ELT?”
N. Sifakis
11:00—11:30   
Transfer to Prague City University
Room 101
(meeting room)
Room 102
(PhD session)
Room 103
(colloquium)
Room 105 Room 106 Room 108 Room 109
  11:30—12:30 
Colloquium — Virtual English as a Lingua Franca (VELF)
convened by I. Pineda and R. Bosso

11:30—12:30 
ELF and ELT: Facing the Challenges Ahead
convened by E. Grazzi | panelists: M. Dwey, Y. Bayyurt, L. Cavalheiro, S. Siqueira and A. Blair

  11:30—12:30 
Workshop VI: ELF through the Lens of the Language Management Framework
facilitator: T. Sherman

11:30—12:10 
Workshop I: Implementing ELF in TT
facilitator:

12:10—12:50 
Workshop II: ELF & Literature
facilitator: J. Quinn

12:30—13:30 
Colloquium — Translanguaging convened by E. Crisfield | panelists: M. Saraceni,  S. Moran Panero and R. Tupas

  12:30—13:30 
Workshop III: Implementing ELF at a Secondary Level
facilitator: Š. Císařová

12:50—13:30 
Workshop V:
facilitator: 

13:30—15:00
Lunch Break
 
15:00—16:00 
Colloquium — Language (In)equalities and Multilingual Identities
convened by M. Saraceni and C. Belanger
 
 
15:00—16:00 
Workshop IV: Implementing ELF at Secondary Level
facilitator: M. Hovorka
15:00—16:00 
Plenary — Workshop VI: ELF-aware Pedagogy for English Language Teachers
facilitator:
16:00—17:00 
Colloquium — ELF, Language and Race: Voices and Perspectives from the Global South 
convened by S. Rudwick
16:00—17:00 
Workshop V: Implementing Findings from ELF Corpora in ELT
facilitator: M. Duruttya
16:00—17:00 
Workshop VII: ELF-aware Teacher Education for English Language Teacher Trainers
facilitator: