ReALL (Research in Affective Language Learning) is a research group at University of Huelva established in 2002. We aim to study affective factors in language learning and teaching from a wide range of theoretical traditions and research domains. Our strongest belief is that what happens inside and between people affects language learning. We are a team of researchers from several universities of Southern Spain and conduct studies about how affective-effective teaching influences language learning.

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Dr. M.Carmen Fonseca-Mora is the head of ReALL (Research in affective language learning) and professor in the Department of English Philology at the University of Huelva, Spain, where she has been also Vice-Chancellor for Lifelong Learning Programs and Innovation till 2012. Her main research interests are applied linguistics and language teacher training. She is also author of several publications on topics such as music and reading, ethics, innovation and quality criteria, and visibility of scientific journals. Her work has appeared in a significant number of academic journals and edited volumes. She has lectured in Germany, Portugal, France, Italy, Great Britain, Sweden, Peru, United States, Austria and Spain. She’s currently a member of the Conseil Européen pour les Langues / European Language Council (CEL/ELC) and a member of the Research Group FLAME.