LINGUIST List 14.2861

Tue Oct 21 2003

Calls: Journal: TESL-EJ

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  1. zrasekh, TESL-EJ

Message 1: TESL-EJ

Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 18:32:15 +0000
From: zrasekh <>
Subject: TESL-EJ

TESL-EJ (Teaching English as a Second Language - Electronic Journal)	

Call Deadline: 20-Jan-2004 Call for Papers
September 2004 Issue
TESL-EJ Special-Topic Issue
Pragmatics in Language Teaching and Learning
Guest Editor: Zohreh Eslami Rasekh

The September 2004 issue of TESL-EJ will focus on current scholarly
perspectives and classroom-based practices related to pragmatics in
language learning and teaching in different contexts of language
learning and teaching. The editor welcomes submission of high quality
papers on topics relevant to the pragmatic development of second
language learners, the need for the inclusion of different aspects of
pragmatics in instruction, empirical studies comparing native and
nonnative speakers pragmatic ability, studies comparing different
methods of instruction of different pragmatic aspects, presentation
and evaluation of pragmatics in textbooks and teaching materials, use
of technology in teaching pragmatics to language learners, effect of
instructional context, language proficiency, and other variables on
pragmatic development of language learners, and transfer of L1
pragmatic knowledge and strategies to L2. All submissions must
conform to regular TESL-EJ submission guidelines.

The deadline for submission is January 20, 2003.

Manuscripts should be sent to:
Zohreh Eslami Rasekh, Guest Editor
Assistant Professor
Texas A&M University
College of Education
Dept. of Teaching, Learning, and Culture
Multicultual/Urban/ESL/International Education
College Station, Texas 
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