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LINGUIST List 17.3477

Fri Nov 24 2006

Confs: English Lang, Language Acquisition/Chile

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        1.    Jaime Gomez - Douzet, 10th International Conference for English Teachers

Message 1: 10th International Conference for English Teachers
Date: 16-Nov-2006
From: Jaime Gomez - Douzet <jaimepablogyahoo.com>
Subject: 10th International Conference for English Teachers

10th International Conference for English Teachers

Date: 09-Aug-2007 - 11-Aug-2006
Location: Arica, Chile
Contact: Jaime Gomez Douzet
Contact Email: jaimepablogyahoo.com
Meeting URL: http://www.uta.cl/10cipi

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Meeting Description:

The conference will focus on sharing successful activities and strategies for
developing oral and written skills in the EFL and the ESL classroom, at
elementary, secondary and college levels.

Meeting Description:

Abstracts for papers (30 minutes) and workshops (90 minutes) are being
solicited for the Tenth International Conference for English Teachers
organized by the University of Tarapacá in Arica Chile, to be held August
9-10-11,2007 in Arica. The conference theme will be Inside the EFL Classroom.
You are cordially invited to participate in academic sessions as well as in
regional travel throughout this unique region in Northern Chile ! Deadline For
submitting your abstract is April 30 2007. Please, send the abstract via e mail

The Congreso de Profesores de Inglés at the Universidad de Tarapacá is
an event that regularly draws secondary and University English teachers
from Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and Bolivia, with speakers
from Latin America, the United States and Great Britain.

Abstracts for 90 minutes workshops (250 words) on TEFL, TESOL, EFL and
Applied Linguistics, as well as related topics on ESL, should indicate the
objectives, processes and expected outcome of the workshop. Abstracts for 30
minute papers (200 words) on the same topics, should clearly state
thesis and conclusion of the work to be presented.
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