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Sun Oct 28 2007

Confs: Austronesian, General Linguistics/Philippines

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Message 1: 1st Philippine Linguistic Institute 2008
Date: 28-Oct-2007
From: Resty Cena <restycenagmail.com>
Subject: 1st Philippine Linguistic Institute 2008
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1st Philippine Linguistic Institute 2008

Date: 29-Mar-2008 - 30-Apr-2008
Location: Manila, Philippines
Contact: Resty Cena
Contact Email: restycenagmail.com
Meeting URL: http://philing.pbwiki.com

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Austronesian
Meeting Description:

The first Philippine Linguistic Institute will offer courses in comparative,
descriptive, applied and socio- linguistic topics with particular emphasis on
Philippine languages and language research in the Philippine setting. The goal
of the Institute is to provide local and international students of Philippine
languages and linguistics current 'state-of-the-art' coverage on selected topics
by leading researchers in the various fields.

First Announcement

First Philippine Linguistic Institute
Manila, Philippines, March 29, 2008 - April 26, 2008

and

Linguistic Society of the Philippines Annual Conference and General Meeting
Manila, Philippines, April 28 - 30, 2008

Hosted By:
The Philippine Normal University
Linguistic Society of the Philippines
Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
SIL International (Philippines)

With the Support of
NCCA National Council for Culture and Arts

Courses planned cover the following areas:

Comparative Philippine Linguistics
(Hsiu-chuan Liao)

Philippine Sociolinguistics
(Maria Lourdes S. Bautista)

Philippine Psycholinguistics
(Allan B. I. Bernardo)

Research Methods in Applied Linguistics
(Danilo T. Dayag)

Morphosyntax of Philippine Languages
(Resty M. Cena, Videa P. de Guzman)

Phonetics, Phonology and Orthography of Philippine Languages
(Ricardo Ma. D. Nolasco, J. Stephen Quakenbush)

Lexicography of Philippine Languages
(Leonard E. Newell, Allan Johnson, Rudolfo Barlaan)

Language Development and Multilingual Education
(Dina Ocampo, Catherine M.B. Young)

Duration

The 4-week Institute is divided into two sessions of two weeks each.
Each course covers a session, or 10 weekdays. Classes meet for 4 hours
daily.

Saturday Seminars
Two seminars have been scheduled for Saturdays:

Pre-Session, March 29
Advances in Second Language Teaching (Jack Richards)

Mid-Session, April 12
Computers in Linguistics (DLSU & SIL)

Course Credit

Successful completion of all requirements of a linguistic course entitles the
student to a credit of three graduate units from Philippine Normal University.
Certificates of attendance will also be issued to participants who complete a
course not for credit.

Registration Information

Institute Courses
All students who wish to attend the Institute must complete a participant
registration form. The registration fee will be 1,200 (Philippine) pesos per course.

Saturday Seminars
Free

Information on procedure for registration, method of payment, and deadline
will be released in subsequent communications.

Visit our website or request via e-mail for the full calls for enrollment at the
institute.

http://philing.pbwiki.com/


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