06 Apr 17 — 07 Apr 17

15:30 — 17:30

Roma, Italia



Universita’ Sapienza

Piazzale Aldo Moro 5


Crediti formativi: 1,5 giornate

LINK: s://web.uniroma1.it/elf2017/?utm_source=Italy+eNews+April+2017&utm_campaign=italy-news&utm_medium=email


Concepts of competence.

Lingual capability and virtual language.

Creativity and re-metaphorized idioms in spoken ELF interactions.

English as a lingua franca in the academic world: Trends and dilemmas.

English as a lingua franca: When East meets West.

Modern and ancient migrants’ narratives through ELF: An experiential-linguistic project in responsible tourism

Rountable on ELF and Migration

Analysing English as a lingua franca in migration movies: Pragmalinguistic features and socio-cultural characterizations of scripted Interactions.

ELF and linguistic accessibility in EU migration laws: A critical discourse analysis of tex reformulations.

Analysing ELF in migration encounters pragmatically by means of semi-automated software.

A phonopragmatic analysis of ELF spoken interactions: linguistic and paralinguistic features in specialized migration contexts

English-medium instruction: Myths, models and the challenge of ELF

Roundtable on ELF at School and Teacher Education

Voicing beliefs and dilemmas from WE- and ELF-aware reflective teacher education contexts: teachers’ personal responses to rapidly changing multilingual contexts

The plurality of English and ELF in teacher education: raising awareness of the ‘feasibility’ of a WE- and ELF-aware approach in classroom practices.

ELF in the English classroom: great ideas and wrenching open questions.

‘ELF’ subtitling in pedagogic contexts: From audiovisual translation to audiovisual mediation.

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