World Conference onLanguage Learning November 10 _ 12, 2023 | London, UK Topics Submission Registration Venue Learn more about one of the most anticipated language conferences 2023 The role of language in intercultural communication, distance language learning, reflective learning, language and media – are just a few examples of topics that will be language conferences 2023 at the World Conference on Language Learning on November 10-12 in London, UK.Language is how we communicate with the world around us, how we absorb its knowledge, how we position ourselves within our communities. With the advancement of technologies, the field of language learning got enriched with a treasure trove of opportunities. This is a vibrant area of study and research papers that will be presented at the language conference will reflect that.It will be hosted in London – a city known for its diversity. We suggest blocking off an additional day or two on your calendar to explore the beauty and hidden gems of this dynamic city.Whether you are a scholar, researcher, graduate/postgraduate student, or another member of academia, we can’t wait to welcome you to our continuously growing community. The Speaker Board of the 2023 Language Conference Share your experience at Language Conference 2023 and gather valuable feedback from fellow peers Showcase your language programs to a global audience at 2023 language conference How you can participate Learn More Dates of Importance Conference Schedule Conference Venue Where To Find Us Preliminary subjects to be covered at the language conferences The language conferences 2023 is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics. Other related tracks and topics will also be considered. English Language LearningBlended LearningEmbodied LearningEnglish as a Foreign Language (EFL)English as a Second Language (ESL)English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)GamificationInquiry-Based LearningMobile LearningReflective LearningTask-Based LearningTeaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Language and TechnologyDigital EnvironmentDistance Language LearningE-learning developmentICT And Language LearningLanguage & DigitalizationLanguage Integrated LearningOnline International LearningTechnology And InnovationVirtual ExchangeVirtual Language LabsVirtual Mobility Language Learning and InternationalizationCross-Border InteractionCultures In ContactInclusion and EquityIntercultural AwarenessIntercultural CommunicationIntercultural CompetenceLanguage and CultureLanguage and GlobalizationLanguage and IdeologyLanguage and MediaLanguage and SocializationTechnologies In Intercultural Communication Language Policy and PoliticsForeign Language Teaching PoliciesIndigenous LanguageLanguage EndangermentLanguage Planning and PolicyLinguistic DiversityMinority LanguagesNational Languages Language Teaching MethodologiesCorpus-Based ApproachesForeign language teaching for adultsLanguage Curriculum DevelopmentLanguage EducationNeeds AnalysisTeacher CommitmentTeaching StrategiesVocabulary And Lexical Studies Learning EnvironmentAutonomous Learning and Self-RegulationEmotion and Language LearningLanguage Acquisition and LearningLanguage and CommunicationLanguage Classroom DynamicsLanguage CognitionLanguage Learning CommunitiesLifelong LearningMetacognition and Self-ReflectionMotivation in Language LearningPsychology of Language Learning MultilingualismCode SwitchingDigital Multilingual EnvironmentsDiversity of LanguagesLanguage InterferenceLanguage TerminologyLingua FrancaMultilingualism and TranslationMulti-LiteraciesPlurilingualismTrans-LanguagingTranslation & Interpretation Teacher Training and DevelopmentLanguage Teacher Digital SkillsLanguage Teacher EducationTeacher Professional Training Testing and AssessmentAchievement TestsAptitude TestsAssessment for Academic ContextAssessment in Multilingual ContextsCertification and RecognitionCommon European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Diagnostic TestsFairness, Quality and Validation of AssessmentForeign Language Proficiency TestsLanguage Placement TestsLanguage Program EvaluationLanguage Testing and EvaluationLearner Proficiency AssessmentLearning-Oriented AssessmentListening Proficiency TestOral Proficiency InterviewReading Proficiency TestWriting Proficiency Test Learn More LANGUAGECONF Keynote Speaker Dr. Barbara Łukaszewicz Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland. Dr. Barbara Łukaszewicz is a researcher at the University of Warsaw, where she conducts classes in Polish as a foreign language and selected thematic areas of Polish culture (e.g. the course “Jewish Culture in Poland”). Main areas of her scientific and professional interest: methodology of teaching Polish language and culture as foreign ones, developing inter/cultural competence, cultural linguistics. She is an author of the book “Emotions – Culture – Language. Expressing Negative Emotions in Polish Glottodidactics” (University of Warsaw Press: 2022, ISBN: 978-83-235-5718-0), a workbook and exercise book for learning Polish as a foreign language at intermediate level “Rely on Polish!” (START Polish Press: 2022, ISBN: 978-83-957525-8-2) and over 20 published research papers. Topic: Foreign language and culture learning in crisis: Ukrainian learners of the Polish language in the aftermath of the war in Ukraine Language Conferences 2023 - Peer Review Peer review is the evaluation of a scientific work by one or more people in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards for presentation and publication. Peer review is vital to the quality of published research. The Conference Scientific Committee is the competent authority in taking decision(s) on selection or rejection of the manuscripts of all the manuscripts submitted. Double-Blind Peer Review All manuscripts submitted for conference presentation and for publication in the Conference proceedings are subject to a double-blind peer review process. The conference uses double-blind review, which means that the identities of both reviewer and author are hidden, throughout the review process. During the peer review process, the content will be assessed in terms of Validity, Scope, Novelty, Data, Clarity, Compliance, and Advancement. Reviewers invest a huge amount of time and expertise in the peer review process. Online Submission Online Registration Event Participants 130+ Our Speakers 20+ Posters 25+ Virtual 23+ Avenues for Publication of Your Research Work The World Conference on Language Learning offers a unique opportunity to get your work published and viewed by thousands of peers, scholars, and members of academia across the world. We are committed to support you through your journey in research publication Conference Proceedings with the ISBN 978-1-914266-35-5 Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from CrossRef Proceedings submission to Google Scholar for Indexing Publication opportunities in various Scopus and international indexed journals Publication at Open Access Book Learn More Plagiarism Policy & Publication EthicsThe World Conference on Language Learning follows strict anti-plagiarism policies and, as such, checks every submission for plagiarism using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate. All articles submitted to the conference first undergo a plagiarism check before being sent to our scientific committee for review. The submission will be automatically rejected at any time if found plagiarized. If you’d like to find out more information about the iThenticate software, click on the following link: https://www.crossref.org/services/similarity-check/ Explore the host city The Organizing Committee will offer all conference participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about London’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide. Invitation Letter If you require a visa, we advise you to obtain and submit an official Letter of Invitation from the Language conferences 2023 organizers to help facilitate the visa process. Networking Attending the Language conference will provide an opportunity to network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in the same or similar fields. Who Should Attend? Our Language conferences 2023 are designed for members of the academia and non-profit, public, and private sector members who are interested in the latest research and academic developments in the field of Language Learning. Join THE Language Conference of the Year All Language conferences 2023 participants must pay the registration fee. For each paper/poster, at least one author must attend and pay the Conference registration fee. Delegates can choose any of the options given below to participate at the Conference. Please see registration deadlines and payment instructions below. Registration Deadline: 31 October 2023 Authors (Students): £290 Authors (Regular): £340 Listener: £120 Virtual Delegate: £140 Extra Paper: £75 Registration Explore Venue Roehampton University, Elm Grove Conference CentreAddress: Roehampton Ln, London SW15 5PH, United Kingdom The conference Organizer would also like to offer the participants One - Day City Tour Free of Charge London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. The city is diverse in nature, with over 230 languages spoken and a wealth of different cultures and communities. With Europe’s largest concentration of higher education institutions, it includes Imperial College London in natural and applied sciences, the London School of Economics in social sciences, and the comprehensive University College London. London is not exactly a cheap option for students. Despite the high costs, London has claimed the title of the best student city in the world for two years in a row.