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LINGUIST List 20.2593

Thu Jul 23 2009

Calls: Applied Linguistics/USA

Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett <brunettlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Lida Cope, TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference

Message 1: TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference
Date: 23-Jul-2009
From: Lida Cope <copelecu.edu>
Subject: TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference
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Full Title: TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference
Short Title: TALGS

Date: 20-Feb-2010 - 20-Feb-2010
Location: Greenville, North Carolina, USA
Contact Person: Lida Cope
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cas/engl/talgs/index.cfm

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2009

Meeting Description:

Organized by the Linguistics and TESOL graduate students and faculty, TALGS aims to provide a serious yet relaxed environment for graduate students and professionals working in TESL/TEFL and a variety of applied linguistics fields to present their work, receive feedback, and network. The TALGS Conference provides graduate students and TESOL professionals (including ESOL, TESL, EFL, ESL, TEFL, etc.) a forum to showcase their research and successful teaching practices. TALGS is committed to bettering the educational experiences of language learners in the community by providing a comfortable environment where an interaction between theory/research and practice/teaching is possible.

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Elaine E. Tarone, Director of CARLA & Distinguished University Teaching Professor at the University of Minnesota

Registration:

All attendees must register. Pre-registration via the conference website is completed only when accompanied by a payment by the designated deadline: Early Bird Pre-registration - postmarked Jan. 18, 2010; Pre-registration - postmarked Feb. 1, 2010. Onsite registration will be available. Visit http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cas/engl/talgs/registration.cfm for details.

Questions:
Contact us at talgsecu.edu.


Research Meets Practice & Practice Meets Research.

We encourage submissions from graduate students and professionals whose research and practice fall broadly under the umbrella of applied linguistics and TESL/TEFL. The mission of the conference binds us to prioritize proposals from graduate students and professionals not holding a doctoral degree. If you are interested in submitting but unsure about eligibility, do email us at talgsecu.edu. We will gladly assist you. We welcome cross-disciplinary proposals with relevance to language use, learning and/or teaching from a variety of fields, including, for example, English studies, education, discourse studies, foreign languages, anthropology, communications, sociolinguistics, psychology, and sociology. Proposals reporting on action research (inside and outside the classroom), works in progress, submissions based on successful term projects, pilot research, as well as proposals for discussion sessions and workshops are welcome. Presentations requiring computer facilities can be accommodated. Multiple proposals will be considered. Submit and register via the conference website. The deadline for proposal submission is Monday, November 30, 2009.

Submission Guidelines:

-Please prepare your proposal in English.
-Your proposal is not your registration. Please pre-register by Sunday, January 18, 2010.
- Limit your abstract to 200 words. Abstracts over this limit will not be accepted.
-Sessions last for 30-40 minutes. Double sessions (~80 minutes) will be considered.

Session Formats:

Papers: 20 minutes for presentation, 10 minutes for questions and answers
Workshops: 40 minutes for practical, hands-on ''presentations''
Discussion Panels: 40 minutes for panel discussion on a specific topic and set of questions
Posters: 60 minutes for poster presentation and display



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