Friday Jan 15th

11:00-11:30Opening Ceremony

11:30-12:30Opening Plenary – Professor David Little

ESP and Portfolio Learning: Time to Give the European Language Portfolio a Second Chance?

13:15-14:00Course Planning in ESP –from Needs Analysis to Materials Writing ; prof. dr hab. Jarosław Krajka,

dr hab. Magdalena Sowa – Lublin, Poland

14:05-14:50Challenges  of ESP Teachers’ Professional Development in the Polish Tertiary Context

dr Agnieszka Dzięcioł-Pędich, Agnieszka Dudzik Białystok



Practical Application of  ESP in European Union Projects / Renata Łukiewicz-Kostro – Lublin, Poland

16:05-16:50Pronunciation and Intonation – the Achilles Heel of Future Polish Engineers? Karolina Mazurowska – Gdańsk, IwonaSznajderska –Koszalin, Poland



Engineering Language Students Collaborating across Borders / Anna Rolińska – Glasgow, UK – online

18:05-18:50Military English: A Case Study in the Field of ESP

Ben Dobbs – York, UK

Saturday Jan 16th 
09:00-09:45Plenary –  Geoff Tranter

Mind the Gap – The ESP Relevance Gap

09:50-10:35Not a Whimper but a Bang. Learning Catalytics in ESP Krzysztof Flis, Andrzej Boguta – Lublin, Poland

10:50-11:35Reflections on Teaching ESP with ‘Keynote’

Muszczynko Ewa -Łódź, Poland

11:40-12:25English for Students of Electronics and Tele-Communications. A Presentation of the Writer’s ESP Textbook /dr Monika Badecka-Kozikowska – Gdańsk

13:00-13:15Safety Engineering – a Technical English Study Programme: Motivation and Practical Approach

prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Gołacki, Joanna Rączkiewicz – ULS, Lublin, Poland



Merging Critical Pedagogy with Medical English –  Syllabus Design during Medical Education

Neslihan Onder OzdemirBursa, Turkey – online

14:10-14:55Innovative Methods for Teaching English to Medical Students – Shauna Noor Mobley Elkhatib -AlFaisal University, Riyadh Saudi Arabia