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The third international Psychology of Language Learning conference (PLL3) will be held at Waseda University, Tokyo, June 7-10, 2018. The theme of the conference is “Stretching Boundaries” and the aim is to bring together people from all over the world to share their interest in the role of psychology in the learning and teaching of languages .
The conference will address a wide range of topics relating to psychology in language learning, such as:
With the world-wide web growing daily, TESOL professionals are faced with a desire to create not only only English language users, but global citizens as well. With an increasingly mobile population, cultural awareness is more important than ever! Participants attending this one-day symposium will be exposed to ways technology can simultaneously teach English and build the global citizens necessary for the changing 21st century.
There are a number of websites devoted to disseminating the call for papers of the conferences or the events in different disciplines. However, at the turn of the millennium, and following the ebbs and flows in the markets, the science and business is turning to specialization which can benefit the target discourse community in different ways such as better value proposition, higher perception of authority, better networking, etc.