The Tenth Annual International Symposium of Foreign Language Learning
(The 10th AISOFOLL)
16–17 October 2019
Grand Savero Hotel, Bogor, Indonesia
Abstract and Full Paper Guidelines
1. Abstract Format
• Paper size: A4
• Margin: 3.81 cm (left and right side), 2.54 cm (top and bottom)
• Layout: One column portrait
• Words: 200-250 in English (British)
• Font: Times New Roman 11 pt.
• Spacing: the paragraph must be justified and use single space
2. Full Paper Format
• Paper size: A4
• Margin: 2.54 cm (all sides)
• Layout: One column portrait
• Words: 4000-5000 in English or Bahasa Indonesia
• Font: Times New Roman 12 pt.
• The heading and subheadings must be bold and use Times New Roman 12 pt. with no underline.
• Subheadings use bold-and-capitalised first letter for each word.
• Subheadings: Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, References, Appendices and Bio Statement. In Bahasa Indonesia, the subheadings are Pendahuluan, Metode, Hasil, Pembahasan, Simpulan, Ucapan Terima Kasih, Daftar Pustaka, Lampiran, dan Deskripsi Penulis.
• Write subheadings in a subheading in Times New Roman 12 pt. (bold) without bullets and numbering. Pay attention to the following samples.
Correlation between Factor A and B
XYZ as the Best Teaching Method
• Spacing and paragraph: All paragraphs must be justified and use single space, double space can only be used before and after heading and subheadings as shown in the sample. There must be a space between paragraphs.
• Use the same numbering system as shown in the sample for the subheadings
• Format: .doc/.docx; save the file using the author’s name and language speciality, e.g., hasanatulhamidah(Japanese).doc/docx.
• No page number, header, footer or any identification of the 10th AISOFOLL. The committee will insert them in the proceeding.
3. 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 14 pt.)
First Author1, Second Author2 and Third Author3 (Times New Roman 12 pt., bold)
1 Full address of first author, including affiliation and email
2 Full address of second author, including affiliation and email
3 Full address of third author, including affiliation and email
(use Times New Roman 11pt. for author’s Affiliation)
Itra Safitri1, Hasanatul Hamidah2 and Rina Dwiyana3
1SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia, email@example.com
2SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia, firstname.lastname@example.org
3SEAMEO QITEP in Language, Jakarta, Indonesia, email@example.com
(Note: 1,2,3 if the paper is written by more than one author)
Abstract: An abstract includes background and purpose of the writing; research method and result as well as conclusion. An abstract, in English, should appear on the top of the first page, after the names of the author and the information of the author’s affiliation. Abstract is commenced with the word Abstract (in bold) followed by colon. Abstract is a single paragraph, without indentation, that summaries the key points of the manuscript in 200 to 250 words. In other words, abstract should reflect the whole paper. Avoid quotation and citing references in the abstract. The abstract will be included in the programme book of AISOFOLL and the book will be disseminated to all of the symposium participants. Thus, it is an opportunity for the authors to promote their paper and attract the symposium participants to read their full paper in the symposium proceeding.
Keywords: author, abstract, full paper, proceeding (maximum 4 keywords, italic)
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 format.
This section explains the method implemented in the research. It should at least include subject/object of the research, research variables and data analysis techniques.
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 written above the table, whilst, figure captions are centred below the figure. Table headings and figure captions are suggested to be written in Times New Roman 10 pt. 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.
Table 1. Participants’ background information
Figure captions should be centred below the figures. Do not write the figure caption on the figure. Minimum figures’ resolution is 200 dpi.
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.
This section describes analysis and generalisation of the research results. It should also include the theories supporting the data analysis results.
This section presents concise conclusion of the main points of the paper and the authors’ point of view on the research results.
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.
List of references must follow A.P.A. style. Pay attention to the following sample.
Brown, H. D. (2001). Teaching by principles: An interactive approach to language pedagogy
(2nd ed.). New York: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.
For more information, please visit: http://www.apastyle.org/index.aspx
As a 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.
The bio statement comprises no more than 100 words provided in another page after the full paper.