• Linguistic Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainability

    21st AILA World Congress Kuala Lumpur 2024


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Awardees 2023

Award for online and sustainable participation

Cursino Carla – Brazil
Paper: Narratives of the self: autobiographical literary writing as a way to understand identity reconstructions of crisis migrants

Du Yunpeng – UK
Paper: Becoming ‘critical’ citizens: language, Chinese social media, and the making of political positionings

Fernandez S. Carina – Argentina
Paper: Interdisciplinarity as a means for inclusion/ La interdisciplinariedad como medio para la inclusión

Figueiredo Alex – Brazil
Paper: “Do you date man and woman!?”: Sociability and their normative bases in the lives of LGBTQIA+ people among their relatives

Gülbeyaz Esin Isil - Netherlands
Paper: Written language development of Turkish-German bilingual students –  A comparison between bilingual and monolingual settings

Hamm-Rodriguez Molly - USA
Paper: Disrupting Commodified Language in Tourism Economies: PAR and Social Justice in the Dominican Republic

Jiménez-Gaspar Amelia – Spain
Paper: The role of internal and external factors for code-mixing: A study of early multilingualism in Germany with special reference to Catalan as a heritage language

Kouraichi Bochra – Hungary
Paper: Enhancing Students’ Motivation in the EFL Classroom using the ARCS model: Tunisian Undergraduate Students

Maseko Busani – South Africa
Paper: Blurring the binaries of home/school in family language policy: Parents as teachers in heritage language lessons

Ojong Rachel – Cameroon
Paper: Naturalistic Data Collection in Rural Cameroon: Challenges and Ethical Issues

Playsted Skye - Australia
Paper: Professional learning about teaching pronunciation: Inclusive practitioner research in the context of beginner-level adult English language teaching in Australia

Rahman Tania - Bangladesh
Paper: Agency in the teaching of English language in higher education in Bangladesh: A justification for multilingual TESOL in Bangladeshi higher education

Tavella Gabriela N. - Argentina
Paper: Interdisciplinarity as a means for inclusion/ La interdisciplinariedad como medio para la inclusión

Tian Jingxuan - China
Paper: An Investigation of Linguistic Features of Fluency by English Speakers with Different Proficiency Levels


Travel Award

Amorim Gabriel – Brazil
Paper: A Digital Shift: The Use of New Technologies for Language (Teacher) Education in Brazil

Belabbas Souhila – Algeria
Paper: Language policing inside and outside the home: Children of Kabyle immigrants in the UK

Borràs Judith – Spain
Paper: The Role of English as a Lingua Franca in Intercultural Competence Development

Co Elisa – Brazil
Paper: Decolonizing English Language Teaching (ELT) through Virtual Exchange (VE)

Coachman Erika – Brazil
Paper: Decolonial English Language Teaching: Tackling Race-Making through Critical Literacies

Fan Qin – UK
Paper: Discursive value creation: sustainable fashion in Shanghai’s high-end market

Favoretti Serafim Valeska – Brazil
Paper:Transgressive English language teaching practices in a Brazilian public school: active methodologies through the lenses of Socio-Cultural-Historical Theory (SCHT)

Floyd Rachel – USA
Paper: A critical and multiliteracies-based pedagogical approach to project-based learning in the second language classroom

Garrett Melissa – Canada
Paper: Investigating the application of strength-based practices for students with exceptionalities to promote inclusion and belonging in the second language learning context / French as a Second Language Teacher Candidates and the Construction of a Professional Identity

Hildeblando Junior Carlos Alberto – UK
Paper: Decolonizing English Language Teaching (ELT) through Virtual Exchange (VE)

Kretzer Michael – Germany
Paper: Minority language usage for health crisis communication: Examples from Western Cape (South Africa) and Pennsylvania (USA)  / The Heterogeneity of Language Policies and Its Related Health Crisis Communication About COVID-19 in Lesotho and South Africa  / Educational Decolonisation and Decolonising Education? Recent developments of Language Policies in selected countries of the SADC-region

Nguyen Giang – Vietnam
Paper: Replicating a qualitative study in Applied Linguistics - insights and lessons learned

Nguyen Minh Nghia – USA
Paper: A multilingual’s use of gesture, gaze, and verbal elements for full class participation / “The past isn’t even past”: Re-historicizing the Discourses about the Vietnam War

Nguyen Vinh – Vietnam
Paper: Replicating a qualitative study in Applied Linguistics - insights and lessons learned

Pairon Jacqueline – Belgium
Paper: Musique et enseignement des langues

Pattemore Matthew - Spain
Paper: Language learning game mechanics and their implications for pedagogical use of games in the classroom

Pupatto Ruano Bruna - Brazil

Rilliard Marylise - USA
Paper: Promoting Diversity, Inclusion, and Critical Language Awareness Through the Sociolinguistic Exploration of L2 Identities in French

Sultana Shaila - Bangladesh
Paper: EMI in the neoliberal private higher education of Bangladesh: Fragmented learning opportunities

Tekin Burak S. - Türkiye
Paper: Accounting for the failures in video game playing activities

Yilmaz Tuba - Türkiye
Paper: Integration and Equity in Two-Way Bilingual Education Programs