XIII SEDLL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
INTERCULTURAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES IN
TEACHING LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
20th to 22nd of June 2019
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The Organizing Committee of the XIII SEDLL International Symposium has extended the deadline for proposal submission to 25 March 2019.
The XIII International Symposium of the Spanish Language and Literature Didactics Society (SEDLL) titled Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Teaching Language and Literature will take place at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade (Serbia), from 20th to 22nd of June 2019. The Symposium is organized by the Department of Iberian Studies at the University of Belgrade, the Association of Spanish Teachers of Serbia (APES) and the Spanish Language and Literature Didactics Society (SEDLL).
These are options available for the Symposium participation:
- PAPER: Report on a research work limited to a 20 minutes oral presentation of the paper, followed by 5 minutes for discussion.
- WORKSHOP: Interactive activities mainly addressed to Foreign Language teachers (particularly for Spanish Language) limited to 90 minutes.
- POSTER: Mainly addressed to Associations focused within the field of teaching foreign languages that wish to present their activities and projects.
We encourage Associations of Teachers of Foreign languages (particularly for Spanish Language) to participate in the Symposium, presenting their activities in order to build contacts and to consider the possibility of developing joint projects.
Josep Ballester Roca, University of Valencia, president of SEDLL (Spain)
Cecylia Tatoj, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland)
Jelena Filipović, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Language, Literature and Didactics of Language and Literature researchers.
Language and Literature Teachers (All Educational Levels).
Foreign Language Teachers and especially Spanish as a Foreign Language Teachers (All
Associations of Foreign Language Teachers (especially of Spanish as a Foreign Language)
Associations of Hispanists
Share and exchange teaching and research experiences.
Reflect on Teaching Methodologies and Techniques, Educational Programmes, Student
Needs and Job Market Trends.
Help and Encourage Language and Literature Teachers (particularly for Spanish Language)
in their teaching practices.
WORKING LANGUAGES: Spanish and English
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