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LINGUIST List 18.2821

Thu Sep 27 2007

Confs: Applied Linguistics/Serbia

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        1.    Angelka Ignjacevic, International Conference on LSP: Theory and Practice


Message 1: International Conference on LSP: Theory and Practice
Date: 26-Sep-2007
From: Angelka Ignjacevic <a.ignjaeunet.yu>
Subject: International Conference on LSP: Theory and Practice
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International Conference on LSP: Theory and Practice

Date: 31-Jan-2008 - 02-Feb-2008
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Contact: Angelka Ignjacevic
Contact Email: dsjksrbijayahoo.com
Meeting URL: http://www.dsjksrbija.org.yu

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The Conference is intended to explore various theoretical and practical issues
related to the varieties of English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish,
and Latin used in different professional fields, (e.g. Business English,
English/Latin in Medicine, French in Pharmacy, a language in sport, tourism,
traffic, telecommunications, science, etc.), as well as the issues concerning
LSP teaching/learning at secondary and tertiary educational levels.

The Conference is organized jointly by the FLLAS and the University of Belgrade
(Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of
Philology) and will focus on:

¨ Theory and practice (TP)
¨ Materials Development (MD)
¨ Teaching methodology (TM)
¨ Curriculum Design
¨ Learner Autonomy (LA)
¨ Teacher Development (TD)
¨ Learning Technologies (LT)
¨ Research (RES)
¨ Testing, Evaluation & Assessment (TEA)

Working languages:
English and Serbian

Sessions languages:
English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish and Serbian.

Simultaneous interpretation available for plenary sessions.


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