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Wed Jun 03 2009
Calls: Applied Linguistic, English Language/Indonesia
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FBS-LTC 3rd International Seminar on ESP
Message 1: FBS-LTC 3rd International Seminar on ESP
From: Neny Isharyanti <neny.isharyantigmail.com>
Subject: FBS-LTC 3rd International Seminar on ESP
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Full Title: FBS-LTC 3rd International Seminar on ESP
Date: 19-Nov-2009 - 20-Nov-2009
Location: Salatiga, Indonesia
Contact Person: Anisia Prabawani
Meeting Email: fbsltcgmail.com
Web Site: http://ltc.uksw.edu/events.html
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Call Deadline: 31-Aug-2009
The teaching of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) has been seen as a separate
activity within English Language Teaching. However, with the advancement of
commerce, science, technology, and various disciplines in education, ESP should
be opened to insight drawn from the present needs of the society. With the
implementation of the Indonesian governments education policy to design and
develop Sekolah Berbasis Internasional (SBI) or Internationally Standardized
School - for some Indonesian schools, the needs for appropriate ESP design and
methodology for Indonesian schools is greatly felt by the school management.
Based on the consideration above, the Faculty of Language & Literature in
cooperation with Language Training Center, Satya Wacana Christian University
will hold the third International Seminar on the key issues in ESP within the
context of SBI.
Call for Papers
Procedure for Submission of Paper/Workshop Proposals:
-A 250-300 word abstract with a title not exceeding twelve words and a
fifty-word bio-data should be sent to the Seminar Secretariat via or through the
online submission link (available soon) no later than June 27, 2009.
-Abstracts outside the word limit will not be accepted.
-Accepted presenters will be notified by August 31, 2009.
-A soft and hard copy of the full paper selected for the seminar must be sent to
the Seminar Secretariat no later than October 19, 2009, to be included In the
Conference Proceeding CDs.
-Should this fail, the Committee reserves the right to withdraw the paper from
Criteria for Acceptance:
All abstracts will be evaluated by the Seminar Planning Committee. Relevance to
the theme of the Seminar and freshness and originality of approach are among the
major considerations in the acceptance of papers. The Committee reserves the
right to decline paper/workshop proposals without assigning reasons. Proposals
are encouraged within the sub-themes, but are not limited to
the topic areas.
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