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LINGUIST List 19.3413

Sat Nov 08 2008

Calls: Applied Ling,General Ling/Malaysia; General Ling/USA

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Shahizah Hamdan, 18th MELTA International Conference 2009
        2.    Megan Melancon, Southeastern Conference on Linguistics


Message 1: 18th MELTA International Conference 2009
Date: 07-Nov-2008
From: Shahizah Hamdan <shaukm.my>
Subject: 18th MELTA International Conference 2009
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Full Title: 18th MELTA International Conference 2009

Date: 11-Jun-2009 - 13-Jun-2009
Location: Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Contact Person: Ganakumaran Subramaniam
Meeting Email: meltaconferencegmail.com
Web Site: http://www.melta.org.my/conference_2009/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2009

Meeting Description:

Aligning Teaching and Learning:
Effective Methodologies in English Language Education

Organized by
Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (MELTA)

Call for Papers

The Conference Organising Committee invites presentation proposals and
registration for the conference. Presentations may focus on the following
sub-themes aimed at developing effective methodologies for aligning teaching
with learning in English Language education in the areas of:
Reading
-Writing
-Oracy
-Mathematics
-Science
-Multimedia
-Literature
-Workplace Literacy
-Outcome-based learning
-Special education
-Formal and Context(School)-based Assessment
-Content/Skills focused curriculum
-Online and Distance learning
Message 2: Southeastern Conference on Linguistics
Date: 05-Nov-2008
From: Megan Melancon <megan.melancongcsu.edu>
Subject: Southeastern Conference on Linguistics
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Full Title: Southeastern Conference on Linguistics
Short Title: SECOL

Date: 08-Apr-2009 - 10-Apr-2009
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Contact Person: Megan Melancon
Meeting Email: megan.melancongcsu.edu
Web Site: http://www.secol.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

SECOL LXXVI (76) will be hosted in New Orleans by Tulane University, Wednesday
through Friday, April 8 - 10,, 2009.

SECOL LXXVI (76) will be hosted in New Orleans by Tulane University, Wednesday
through Friday, April 8 - 10, 2009. The conference theme is 'Language, Politics,
and Law'. Twenty minute papers and panels lasting 100 minutes relating to the
conference theme are especially requested. Research findings in all areas of
language and linguistics are of course welcome. Electronic submissions are
strongly preferred.
Hard-copy submissions will be considered. All relevant details can be found at
the website www.secol.org. You must be a member of SECOL to submit a proposal
for a paper, and you must register for the conference.

Membership information is available at the SECOL website, as is information
about contact persons, accommodations, and registration. As can be seen from
the call at the SECOL website, we also strongly encourage student submissions.
Student members of SECOL are eligible to apply for the Reza Ordoubadian award,
while all members are eligible to apply for the newly established Bernstein
Award for the best paper on Language and Politics and the Steve Gross award for
the best paper on Language Contact, Pidgins, Creoles, Code Switching, or L1
Attrition.

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