LINGUIST List 17.1563|
Sun May 21 2006
Calls: Applied Ling/Singapore;Lang Acquisition/France
Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows
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2nd Celc Symposium for English Language Teachers: Bridging Research and Pedagogy
Children’s Cultures: Universality and Diversity
Message 1: 2nd Celc Symposium for English Language Teachers: Bridging Research and Pedagogy
From: Xudong Deng <elcdxdnus.edu.sg>
Subject: 2nd Celc Symposium for English Language Teachers: Bridging Research and Pedagogy
Full Title: 2nd Celc Symposium for English Language Teachers: Bridging Research and Pedagogy
Date: 30-May-2007 - 01-Jun-2007
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Contact Person: Xudong Deng
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/symposium
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 06-Oct-2006
The Centre for English Language Communication (CELC), National University of Singapore invites colleagues from all over the world to participate in an international symposium for English language teachers. This symposium will combine classroom-based research paper presentations with small group discussions to give presenters and participants an enriching professional development experience.
30 May - 1 June 2007
Hilton Hotel, Orchard Road, Singapore
The English Language Teaching and Learning Landscape: Continuity, Innovation and Diversity.
- Language learning and teaching in the age of information technology
- Intercultural communication in the English language classroom
- Integrating critical and creative thinking and English language teaching
- Assessment and evaluation
- Teaching methodology for the future
- Local versus global materials for English language teaching
- Learner autonomy and English language learning
- Classroom management
- English for specific purposes
- The impact of language policies on the English language classroom
These are lecture presentations to a formal audience lasting thirty minutes plus ten minutes for questions.
These are 90-minute hands-on sessions during which the participants are engaged in a series of carefully structured activities.
PROCEDURE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
A 150-250 word abstract with a title not exceeding 12 words and a 50-word biodata should be sent to the Secretariat no later than 6 October 2006. Please fill in the proposal form (available from the symposium website: www.nus.edu.sg/celc/symposium) and post, email or fax it to us.
The Secretariat will inform proposers by 15 January 2007 whether their abstracts have been accepted. The Secretariat reserves the right to decline abstracts without assigning reasons.
Centre for English Language Communication
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Phone: (65) 6516-3866, 6516-7447
Fax: (65) 6777-9152
Message 2: Children’s Cultures: Universality and Diversity
From: Andy Arleo <andy.arleowanadoo.fr>
Subject: Children’s Cultures: Universality and Diversity
Full Title: Children’s Cultures: Universality and Diversity
Date: 15-Mar-2007 - 17-Mar-2007
Location: Nantes, France
Contact Person: Andy Arleo
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.crini.net/article.php3?id_article=76
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2006
Since the pioneering investigations of the 19th century, scholars around the world have extensively studied a persisting set of cultural practices transmitted orally among children in their peer groups. This conference aims to bring together researchers who seek to listen to the voices of “the people in the playground” (Iona Opie). We welcome contributions from the many disciplines and professions that are concerned with this field of study, including anthropologists, educationalists, ethnologists, folklorists, historians, linguists, literary scholars, play workers, psychologists and sociologists. The focus of the conference will be on how children’s cultures relate to universality and diversity. Papers will deal mainly with the cultural processes and production of children aged roughly four to twelve. Contributions concerning children's verbal art, children's play discourse, dialectal variation in children's verbal folklore and similar topics would be particularly relevant.
The conference will take place at the Centre International des Langues, Université de Nantes, France, March 15-17, 2007.
Organized by CERSE (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche en Sciences de l'Education) Université de Caen and CRINI (Centre de Recherches sur les Identités Nationales et l'Interculturalité), Université de Nantes, with the support of the research program ''Apprentissage, Territoires, Temps, Patrimoine,'' Région Pays de la Loire.
Organization Committee: Andy Arleo (CRINI, Université de Nantes), Julia Bishop (Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen), Julie Delalande (CERSE, Université de Caen).
Advisory board: Andy Arleo, Jean-Paul Barbe (CRINI, Université de Nantes), Nicole Belmont (Laboratoire d'Anthropologie sociale, EHESS), Julia Bishop, Gilles Brougère (EXPERICE, Université de Paris 13), Isabelle Danic (ESO, Université de Rennes 2), Julie Delalande, June Factor (University of Melbourne), Sylvaine Hughes (Université de Paris 10).
Papers may be presented in English or French and should last no longer than 20 minutes.
Proposals (title + abstract of approximately 250 words) should be sent by e-mail to Andy Arleo and Julie Delalande by September 30, 2006:
Proposals may also be sent by post to:
Colloque Cultures enfantines, à l'attention de Andy Arleo, Centre International des Langues, Chemin de la Censive du Tertre, BP 81227, 44312 Nantes Cedex, France.
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