The Thirteenth Annual International Symposium of Foreign Language Learning
(The 13th AISOFOLL)
27-28 October 2022


Abstract and Full Paper Guidelines

1. Title

  • Paper title comprises no more than 12 words and is written using Times New Roman with size 14, UPPERCASE, centred and bold.

2. Author(s)’ Name(s) and Affiliation

  • Author(s)’ name(s) are written using Times New Roman with size 12, Capitalise Each Word, centred and bold.
  • Write the author’ affiliation in the following order: Institution, City, Country of the author. The affiliation is written using Times New Roman with size 11, Capitalise Each Word and centred.

3. Abstract Format

  • Paper size: A4
  • Indent: 1.5 cm (left and right)
  • Layout: One Column Portrait
  • Words: 200-250 in English (British)
  • Font: Times New Roman, size 11
  • Spacing: the paragraph must be justified and use single space

4. Full Paper Format

  • Paper size: A4
  • Margin: top and left margin 3 cm, bottom and right margin 2.54 cm
  • Layout: One Column Portrait
  • Words: 4000-5000 in English or Bahasa Indonesia
  • Font: Times New Roman, size 12
  • The main headings use Times New Roman with font size 12, bold, UPPERCASE and without underline.
  • Should you need subheadings, write subheadings in Times New Roman with font size 12, bold as well as Capitalise Each Word without bullets, numbering and underline.
  • All paragraphs must be justified and use single space.
  • Add space after paragraph (font size 12, single space) with no left indentation for the next paragraph.
  • Save the file using the author’s name and language speciality in doc/docx format. Please refer to the following sample.
  • No page number, header, footer or any identification of the 13th The committee will insert them in the proceeding.

5. Template of Abstract and Full Paper
     Abstract and full paper are to be formatted exactly as shown in the following guideline.

PAPER TITLE (no more than 12 words, UPPERCASE, centred, bold, Times New Roman with font size 14)
First Author1, Second Author2 and Third Author3 (Times New Roman with font size 12, bold)
1Institution, city, country of the first author
2Institution, city, country of the second author
3Institution, city, country of the third author

(use Times New Roman with font size 11 for author’s Affiliation)

Rina Dwiyana1, Limala Ratni2 and Hasanatul Hamidah3 (only name, without academic title)
1SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia
2SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia
3SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia

(Note: 1,2,3 if the paper is written by more than one author)

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This section includes background, theories pertinent to the research and preliminary data justifying the urgency in solving a problem, problem identification, problem formulation, research purpose as well as advantages. A background should reflect expectation and reality. A background fundamentally describes the condition or situation underlying a research; in that there is a gap between the reality and what is expected from the existing condition. All references used in this section must be made in compliance with APA.

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This section explains the method implemented in the research. It should at least include respondents of the research, research variables, instruments and data analysis techniques. Please refer to the following sample of subheadings.
Respondents of the Research
Research Variables
Data Analysis Techniques

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Detailed results of the research are presented clearly.
Figure captions and table headings should be written to explain the figure or table without needing to refer to the text. Tables and figures should be placed close after their first reference or close to the location of their first mentioned in the text.

Table headings are centred above the table, whilst, figure captions are centred below the figure. Table headings and content as well as figure captions are to be written in Times New Roman 10 pt., single space. All tables and figures must be orderly numbered as follows: Figure 1, Figure 2, Table 1 and Table 2. The following are the examples for Table 1 and Figure 1.

Figure 1. Stages of the Discovery Learning

Do not write the caption on the figure. Minimum figures’ resolution is 200 dpi. Tables and figures which are not cited in the text should not be presented.

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This section describes analysis and generalisation of the research results. It should also include the theories supporting the data analysis results.

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This section presents concise conclusion of the main points of the paper and the authors’ point of view on the research results.

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This section is the final part of the paper before reference. This is where authors extend their gratitude to the person or institution supporting them in the presentation by awarding research grant.

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List of references must follow A.P.A. style. Pay attention to the following sample.


Chapter in an edited book
Sukhodolov, Y.A. (2019). The notion, essence, and peculiarities of industry 4.0 as a sphere of
          industry. In Popkova, E.G., Ragulina, Y.V., & Bogoviz, A.V. (eds.), Industry 4.0:
          Industrial Revolution of the 21st Century (pp. 3—10), Studies in Systems, Decision and
          Control 169. Switzerland: Springer.

Whole authored book
Anderson, C. (2012). Makers: The new industrial revolution. New York: Crown Publishing.

Brown, H. D. (2001). Teaching by principles: An interactive approach to language pedagogy
          (2nd ed.). New York: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.

Conference presentation
Bonner, E. (2021, October 6—7). Virtual and augmented reality in language education:
           Practical ideas for here and now [Conference presentation]. The 12th AISOFOLL,
          Jakarta, Indonesia.

Abstract of a conference presentation
Wicke, R. (2019, October 16—17). Creative language teaching: A means to higher
           achievement in the language classroom [Conference presentation abstract]. The 10th
           AISOFOLL, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Journal article:
Kim, S., Raza, M., & Seidman, E. (2019). Improving 21st-century teaching skills: The key to
           effective 21st-century learners. Research in Comparative and International Education,
          14 (1), 99—117.

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As supporting materials, appendices are needed to strengthen the full paper. They are useful to make the paper free of large tables, charts or diagrams. Appendices should be numbered if more than one, e.g., Appendix 1, Appendix 2.

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The bio statement comprises no more than 100 words provided in another page after the full paper. Email address should be included in the bio statement.


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