Submission of proposals

COMUNICATIONS

They must present research results or reflections on specific aspects of the congress sections. Each participant may present a maximum of two communications or one communication and a poster. In the case of works with more than one author, all the signatories will have to register for the congress. The time stipulated for each communication will be 20 minutes. Abstracts must have a maximum of 300 words, 5 keywords and a bibliography.

POSTERS

They will have an eminently practical nature (teaching experiences, projects for teaching grammar, development of didactic activities, etc.). There will be a poster session on the 23rd and another on the 24th, during which the authors will make their explanations. Abstracts must have a maximum of 300 words, 5 keywords and a bibliography.

SYMPOSIA

They will gather presentations from research groups or researchers with similar interests around aspects related to the teaching of grammar. Each symposium will have a person in charge who will coordinate with the congress organizers. The symposium will have a maximum duration of 120 minutes and up to four speakers, from at least three different universities. Presentations from speakers from less three universities will be accepted only in exceptional circumstances. Each of them will have a maximum of 20 minutes to present their work. For each of the proposals that make up the symposium, the following must be submitted: an abstract of a maximum of 300 words, 5 keywords and a bibliography.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Proposals will be sent through this form
The deadline to submit proposals is June 15, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
In the selection of proposals for communications, seminars and posters, the peer review procedure will be followed.
Both the communications and the posters will have to be presented by one of the signatories. They will not be allowed to be presented by people other than their authors.

LANGUAGES OF THE CONGRESS

Communications will be accepted in Spanish, Catalan, Galician, English, French and Portuguese.