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LINGUIST List 21.2347

Wed May 26 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acq, Ling & Lit, English/Indonesia

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Neny Isharyanti, Bringing Linguistics and Literature into EFL Classrooms

Message 1: Bringing Linguistics and Literature into EFL Classrooms
Date: 26-May-2010
From: Neny Isharyanti <neny.isharyantigmail.com>
Subject: Bringing Linguistics and Literature into EFL Classrooms
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Full Title: Bringing Linguistics and Literature into EFL Classrooms

Date: 23-Nov-2010 - 25-Nov-2010
Location: Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia
Contact Person: Frances Sinanu
Meeting Email: fbsltcgmail.com
Web Site: http://ltc.uksw.edu/ltc_seminars/2010_seminar.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Ling &

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 30-Jul-2010

Meeting Description:

Linguistics and Literature have played a very significant role in the
development of second or foreign language teaching. Research findings in
Linguistics and Literature have influenced second or foreign language
teaching practices all over the world, including the teaching of English.
Within this context, The Faculty of Language and Literature in cooperation
with The Language Training center, Satya Wacana Christian University is
going to hold its Fourth International Seminar in the hope of bringing
Linguistics and Literature into EFL Classrooms.

Call For Papers

Confirmed Invited Speakers:

Dr. Michael Barlow -- University of Auckland
Itje Chodidjah -- Education Consultant

Topic Areas:

1. Linguistics in Language Teaching
2. Current Perspectives on TEEL
3. Using Corpora in TEFL
4. Classroom Discourse
5. ICT Applications in EFL Classrooms
6. Literature in Language Teaching
7. Literary Theories in EFL Contexts
8. Multiculturalism in EFL Teaching

Procedures for submission of paper abstracts or workshop proposals:

1.A 250-300 word abstract or proposal with a title not exceeding twelve
words and a 75-100 word bio data should be sent to the Seminar
Secretariat via email no later than July 30, 2010. Abstracts or proposals
outside the word limit will not be accepted.
2.Accepted presenter will be notified by August 30, 2010.
3.A soft copy of the full paper selected for the seminar must be sent to
the Seminar Secretariat no later than October 15, 2010 to be included in the
Conference Proceeding CDs. Should this fail, the committee reserves the
right to withdraw the paper from the presentation.
4.Abstracts or proposals sent must be within the above topic areas.

Types of Presentations:

1.Parallel Papers
These are formal lecture presentations which last 30 minutes followed by 10
minutes for questions.
Workshops last for 80 minutes, in which the presenters do not do much
lecturing. Instead, they design activities which can engage the participants
throughout the session.
3.Poster/Film Presentations
These presentations are intended to display posters, pictures, photos, or
films for the purpose of EFL learning. Participants will have opportunities to
see the display and talk to the presenters during coffee/tea and lunch
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