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LINGUIST List 20.3205

Tue Sep 22 2009

Calls: Applied Ling, English Lang/China

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        1.    Claudia Kunschak, English Education Today for Tomorrow: The Road Ahead

Message 1: English Education Today for Tomorrow: The Road Ahead
Date: 21-Sep-2009
From: Claudia Kunschak <claudiakunschakyahoo.de>
Subject: English Education Today for Tomorrow: The Road Ahead
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Full Title: English Education Today for Tomorrow: The Road Ahead
Short Title: ELC2010

Date: 16-Apr-2010 - 18-Apr-2010
Location: Shantou, Guangdong, China
Contact Person: Daniel Li
Meeting Email: elc2010stu.edu.cn
Web Site: http://elc.stu.edu.cn/elc2010

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2009

Meeting Description:

English education has changed dramatically over the past decade, be it in
language policy such as ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) and EIL (English as an
International Language), in teaching purpose such as EMI (English as a Medium
of Instruction) and ESP (English for Specific Purposes), or in teaching mode
such as CMC (Computer-mediated Communication) and SALC (Self-access Language
Center). While many students, teachers and administrators are still struggling
to fully absorb and implement those changes required by constantly evolving
societies and globalized markets and afforded by sophisticated technologies and
newly forged synergies, new developments are looming on the horizon. It is thus
the purpose of this conference to attempt a critical survey of the current state
of ELT across its subdisciplines, identify promising concepts, practices and
tools, and sketch out the road ahead that needs to be charted in order to truly
prepare the learner for challenges and opportunities that will present
themselves in the years to come.

Call for Papers

We invite researchers and practitioners to submit proposals in the following
areas of ELT:

World Englishes, Intercultural Communication, Computer Assisted Language
Learning, Testing Evaluation and Assessment, Teacher Training and Professional
Development, English for Specific Purposes, English Medium Instruction,
Curriculum Development, Materials Development, Learner Autonomy, Classroom
Research, Classroom Practice, Program Management

Proposal Types
Papers (20min): Report on some recent unpublished research relevant to one of
the strands of the conference
Posters (60min): Report on some work in progress related to one of the strands
of the conference
Workshop (45min): Demonstration of some teaching, research or administrative
tool, technique or process

Proposal Format
Title: A maximum of 10 words that summarizes the main idea of your presentation
Proposal type: Paper, poster or workshop
Abstract: A maximum of 300 words. Abstracts will be evaluated by the
scientific committee based on relevance to the strand, originality of
approach, clarity of purpose, organizational strength, and contribution to the
field.
Summary: A maximum of 50 words, proof-read, ready to be published in the
conference brochure.
Strand: One strand only which best describes the focus and content of your
presentation
Technical requirements: Please let us know if you need anything beyond a
digital projector.
Bio: In a separate attachment, please submit a 50 word bio for each presenter.
Contact information: In the body of the email message, please put your name,
affiliation, email, phone, fax and postal address

Proposal submission guidelines: Only one proposal may be submitted by any one
presenter. The proposal must conform to the guidelines specified below and reach
the conference secretariat by the published deadline.

Online proposal submission will open October 1, 2010 at
http://elc.stu.edu.cn/elc2010.

Proposal deadline: October 31, 2009, 11:59pm Beijing time. Notification of
acceptance will be sent out by the end of December.

For further information, please visit our conference website at
http://elc.stu.edu.cn/elc2010.
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