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Tue Jul 20 2010

Calls: Applied Linguistics/ Canadian Modern Language Review (Jrnl)

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Message 1: Canadian Modern Language Review
Date: 17-Jul-2010
From: UTP Journals <journalsutpjournals.com>
Subject: Canadian Modern Language Review
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Full Title: Canadian Modern Language Review

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2011

'Computer-mediated discourse and interaction in second and foreign language
learning and teaching'

The Canadian Modern Language Review (CMLR) invites manuscripts to be
considered for a special issue on 'Computer-mediated discourse and
interaction in second and foreign language learning and teaching,' to
appear in September 2012. We are interested in submissions that showcase
the discourse and interaction observed in computer-mediated contexts both
within and beyond formal, structured educational contexts. Possible topics
include, among others, negotiation of meaning, focus-on-form(s), task-based
language learning and teaching, mediation, zone of proximal development,
scaffolding, assisted performance, turn-taking and the sequential
organization of interaction, repair, uptake, pragmatics, and
sociolinguistics in any type of computer-mediated communication or
discourse (e.g., synchronous chat, blogs, forums, email, wikis, social
networking sites) in any participation structure or context (e.g., between
learners within the same institution, telecollaboration, informal learning
or noneducational contexts). We also seek to promote the critical
discussion of theoretical constructs and methodological traditions in
second language acquisition and discourse/interaction studies as extended
to computer-mediated discourse and computer-mediated interaction research.
In addition to empirical research reports, we encourage submissions
focusing on classroom praxis (cf. the CMLR 'Focus on the classroom'
rubric). We welcome articles in English or French presenting original
research. Submitted articles will be undergo the normal peer review process
of the CMLR.

Final deadline for submissions: October 31, 2011.

For submission information, visit http://www.utpjournals.com/cmlr or
contact us at cmlrutpress.utoronto.ca. Receipt of all manuscripts will be
acknowledged within one week of their arrival.

Questions about the special issue may be addressed to the co-editors:

Lawrence Williams
University of North Texas

RĂ©mi A. van Compernolle
The Pennsylvania State University

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