FRIDAY 28 (AFTERNOON)

15:00-16:00: Picking-up of accreditations and material

16:00: Conference opening session by the Nebrija University academic authorities and the institutional representatives of the four language communities

16:30-17:30: Round Table: Professional Projection of Applied Linguistics to Foreign Language Teaching.

  • With the participation of an institutional representative of each language community present in the Conference
  • Mr. Manfred Ewel (Academic Director of Goethe Institut, Madrid)
  • Francisco Moreno Fernández, Ph. D. (Academic Director of Instituto Cervantes)
  • Elisabeth Ranedo, Ph. D. (Director of L´Alliance Française, Madrid)
  • Mark Levy, Ph. D. (Head of English and Schools)

17:30-18:00: Simultaneous talks at each language panel

  • The international projection of German, Spanish, French and English.
  • Mr. Manfred Ewel (Academic Director of Goethe Institut, Madrid)
  • Francisco Moreno Fernández, Ph. D. (Academic Director of Instituto Cervantes)
  • Elisabeth Ranedo, Ph. D. (Director of L´Alliance Française, Madrid)
  • Mark Levy, Ph. D. (Head of English and Schools)

18:00-18:30: Coffee break

18:30-19:30: Master lectures (simultaneous)

Juana M. Liceras, Ph. D. (University of Ottawa) - El saber ocupa, ¿qué lugar?: el acceso indirecto a las intuiciones del nativo

Joanne Neff, Ph. D. (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) - The Genre-based Foreign Language Curriculum: Communicative Competence across Cultures

18:30-19:30: Workshops
Parallel sessions at each language panel

SATURDAY 29 (MORNING)

09:00-10:00: Presentations
Parallel sessions at each language panel

10:00-11:00: Master lectures (simultaneous)

Graciela Vázquez, Ph. D. (Freie Universität, Berlín) - El desarrollo del componente estratégico: estado de la cuestión y perspectivas
Anna Halbach, Ph. D. (Universidad de Alcalá) - CLIL and the umbrella – why it is important to know what we are talking about

11:00-11:30: Coffee break

11:30-13:00: Presentations
Parallel sessions at each language panel

13:00-14:00: Posters
Parallel sessions at each language panel

SATURDAY 29 (AFTERNOON)

15:00-16:30: Publishers’ presentations (simultaneous)

16:30-17:30: Workshops
Parallel sessions at each language panel

17:30-18:00: Coffee break

18:00-19:30: Round table: Challenges of a Multilingual Society
Experts in language teaching from the different idiomatic fields will participate on different topics: content and language integrated learning, language portfolio, collaborative online learning y ICT applied to language FL teaching.

  • Ms. Ariana-Stanka Văcăreţu (President and project manager at Romanian Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking Association, project manager at RWCT International Consortium)
  • Gisela Conde Morencia, Ph. D. (Education Advisor at the Department of Education for International Cooperation, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports)
  • Christoph Ehlers, Ph. D. (President of the Federation of German teachers associations in Spain)
  • Ms. Alix Creuzé (Institut Français, Madrid)

19:45: Conference closing and granting of certificates

SUNDAY 30 (MORNING)

10:00-13:00: FL Lecture Outdoors: a Didactic and Cultural Walk. Workshop in “Madrid de los Austrias" (Habsburg Madrid).

  • Ms. Teresa Vázquez and Ms. Mª Ángeles Vergara (Teachers of Centre of Hispanic Studies of Nebrija University)

Optional tapas (not included in the registration fee)