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LINGUIST List 17.1232

Sun Apr 23 2006

Calls: Pleiades/ Language Acquisition

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Kenneth Dickson, Pleiades: The Journal of Teaching for Young Learners of English

Message 1: Pleiades: The Journal of Teaching for Young Learners of English
Date: 18-Apr-2006
From: Kenneth Dickson <pleiadesjournalgmail.com>
Subject: Pleiades: The Journal of Teaching for Young Learners of English

Full Title: Pleiades: The Journal of Teaching for Young Learners of English

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2006

Pleiades Journal of Teaching for Young Learners of English is now
announcing a call for papers for the third and fourth issues to be
published in 2007.

Pleiades Journal of TYLE is an international referred journal dedicated to
the publication of research papers on Teaching of English to Young
Learners. It welcomes:

* contributions in all areas of this study of teaching English to young
* reviews of literature-related books;
* conference, book and materials announcements are also welcome.

Articles should be researched-based, and demonstrate relevance to the
Teaching of Young Learners of English. We would also welcome well-written
articles that offer a critical perspective of an area of relevance. For
more guidance, consult available issues, abstracts and the comments below.

Additional Basic Notes
All manuscripts must be typed in Microsoft Word (6.0 or above) or RTF
format and should not exceed 5000 words, not including references or
appendixes. All papers should follow APA style.

1. Paper or print submissions will not be accepted. All submissions should
be either as an email attachment or as a file on CD-ROM or via file upload.

2. E-mail submissions and other correspondence should be sent to

2. Disk/CD-ROM submissions or other letters/packages/etc. should be sent to:

4F, #20, Lane 50
Min Tzu Road
Tamsui Town
Taipei County
Taiwan ROC
(886) 2 2808 3739

For more complete submissions information, please visit our website:

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