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LINGUIST List 21.203

Wed Jan 13 2010

FYI: New: Journal of Ling and Lang Learning

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        1.    Prof. Dr. Thomas Tinnefeld, New: Journal of Ling and Lang Learning

Message 1: New: Journal of Ling and Lang Learning
Date: 09-Jan-2010
From: Prof. Dr. Thomas Tinnefeld <thomas_tinnefeldyahoo.de>
Subject: New: Journal of Ling and Lang Learning
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The Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching (JLLT) represents an
academic innovation. Its first issue will be launched in 2010.

The JLLT is a academic organ, solely designed for the worldwide publication
of scientific findings, which concern the the full range between
linguistics on the one hand and language teaching on the other. At the same
time, it is a basis of discussion for linguists and practitioners of
language teaching.

The JLLT is a refereed journal: All manuscripts, apart from those having
individually been requested by the editor, have to be positively evaluated
by two referees, this procedure being totally anonymous on both sides
(authors and referees). Only then will they be published.

Authors/readers will get:
- Their articles published on a worldwide basis;
- A quick publication of manuscripts: If accepted, they will be online four
weeks after submission;
- Fruitful promotion of scientific findings;
- Complete issues published in the PDF format and printable for any reader
so as to get a full issue identical to a correspondent paper version;
- An experienced editor;
- A high-ranking Editorial Board.

Addressees of the JLLT:
- Linguists and foreign language methodologists - from university
professors to PhD students and teachers at universities and all types of
schools;
- Young scientists who will find a publication platform for their academic
projects which they can open up for discussion so as to get fruitful advice
from the community of readers and authors.

The Journal of Linguistics and Foreign Language Teaching (JLLT) covers the
full scope from linguistics on the one hand to the teaching of foreign
languages on the other. One of the targets of this journal is to show the
enormous performance of linguistics for efficient foreign language
teaching. This implies a considerable scope of this new journal, which can
range from linguistic theory to practice-oriented teaching projects.

Contributions to the areas below are welcome. This list is not exhaustive,
but serves as a reference and targets at the commonly taught foreign languages:

Linguistics:
- All sub-fields

Moreover:
- Grammaticography
- Lexicography
- Discourse Analysis
- Languages for Special/Specific Purposes (LSP) Research
- Corpus Linguistics
- Sub-languages
- Written vs. Spoken Language
- Language in the Media

Foreign Language Methodology:
- Methodology of the four basis skills (speaking, writing, listening,
reading)
- Writing Research
- Intercultural Communication
- English/French as the medium of instruction (MOI) in content courses
- Curriculum and Curriculum Research
- Learning Techniques
- LSP Methodology

Languages for Publication:
- English
- German
- French
- Spanish
- Italian

For further information, please see the official website of the Journal:
http://sites.google.com/site/linguisticsandlanguageteaching/

Please send your manuscripts to:
linguisticsandlanguageteachinggooglemail.com .

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition

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