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Calls: Applied Linguistics/ Canadian Modern Language Review (Jrnl)
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Canadian Modern Language Review
Message 1: Canadian Modern Language Review
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Subject: Canadian Modern Language Review
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Full Title: Canadian Modern Language Review
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2010
BEST GRADUATE AWARD
Call for papers
The Editors of the Canadian Modern Language Review invite submissions for
the Annual Award for the Best Paper by a Graduate Student. The competition
is open to students who are currently registered or have graduated in the
previous academic year. Papers should be submitted no later than October
Papers should present original research, either qualitative or
quantitative, with an analysis supported by a current theoretical
literature review. The type of research conducted and reported is not
limited, although the topic of the paper must be related to second language
teaching and learning. Graduate course papers, theses, and dissertations
may be source material for the paper submitted. A note from the professor
of the relevant course or the thesis/dissertation supervisor supporting the
submission and briefly outlining the place/nature of the paper within the
student's graduate studies program must also be included.
Papers will be evaluated by the CMLR Editors and members of the Editorial
Board. The assessment criteria will include relevance to the mandate of the
journal, quality and significance of research, currency of references,
originality, thoroughness, clarity, and sophistication of argument. Authors
should refer to 'A Guide for Authors' in the CMLR when preparing their
manuscripts. Previously submitted papers are not eligible.
The Best Paper will be published in Volume 67 of the CMLR and the author
will receive a one-year subscription to the journal.
Inquiries/Manuscripts should be directed to:
The Canadian Modern Language Review
University of Toronto Press - Journals Division
Previous Winners have included
2008-- Muhammad M. Abdel Latif (University of Essex, UK) Towards a New
Process-based Indicator for Measuring
Writing Fluency: Evidence from L2 Writers' Think-Aloud Protocols
2007-- Talia Isaacs, 'Towards Defining a Valid Assessment Criterion of
Pronunciation Proficiency in Non-Native
English-Speaking Graduate Students'
2006-- Sandra Zappa-Hollman, 'Academic Presentations across Post-secondary
Contexts: The Discourse Socialization
of Non-native English Speakers'
To access these prize winning articles, please visit CMLR Online at
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