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Sat Sep 04 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acq/Thailand

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        1.    Monthon Kanokpermpoon, 2nd International Conference on FLLT

Message 1: 2nd International Conference on FLLT
Date: 02-Sep-2010
From: Monthon Kanokpermpoon <monthon_lituyahoo.com>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on FLLT
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Full Title: 2nd International Conference on FLLT
Short Title: FLLT2011

Date: 11-Mar-2011 - 12-Mar-2011
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Contact Person: Kittitouch Soontornwipast
Meeting Email: fllt2011hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.fllt2011.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

2nd International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching
(FLLT2011) by the Language Institute, Thammasat University, Thailand
under the theme 'Strengthening Ties between Research and Foreign
Language Classroom Practices'. The FLLT Conference aims to bring
together researchers, practitioners, and educators with interests in
language learning and teaching at all levels from around the world. This
biennial conference was first held in October 2009 in Bangkok on the theme
'Promoting Collaboration in Research between SLA Theory and Foreign
Language Learning'. The theme of the FLLT 2011 conference,
'Strengthening Ties between Research and Foreign Language Classroom
Practices' is designed to attract the research communities to promote
connections between theory and practice and explore different perspectives
on the application of research findings into practice.

Call For Papers

This conference invites papers that investigate foreign language teaching
and learning in the following streams:

Language acquisition and learning
Language education
Linguistics
Applied linguistics
Language teacher education
TESOL / TESL / TEFL
Language curriculum development
Language teaching methodology
Language testing and assessment
Language program evaluation
English for specific purposes
Independent / Autonomous Learning
Innovation in language teaching and learning

Note: Proposals on other streams may also be considered.

In particular, preference will be given to papers that investigate connections
between research, theory, and practice.

We are inviting proposals for an individual paper of a 30-minute
presentation and also a proposal for a poster presentation. Each presenter
can only participate in one, be it a 30-minute or a poster presentation.

Deadline for abstract submission: 15 September 2010
Confirmation of Acceptance: 30 September 2010

Abstract Submission
Please send an abstract as an attachment in Microsoft Word Document,
Version 2003.

Evaluation of Proposal
Your proposal will be evaluated by two referees on the basis of the
following: Relevance, appropriateness, and significance of the topic to the
conference theme

Originality of the work
Clarity of stated research objectives, description of research design, data
collection methods, and findings, as appropriate

Individual Paper (30 minutes) and Poster Details

Please send an abstract as an attachment to fllt_abstracthotmail.com .

Submissions must be in a single file and must include the following details:
Page 1
Title of paper (no more than 50 characters including spaces)
Name of presenter(s) and affiliation(s). Name should be written as FAMILY,
GIVEN. (e.g. SMITH, JOHN)
Contact information: email, fax number, telephone number including country
code, mailing address
50 word bio-data of presenter(s)

Page 2
Title of paper (no more than 50 characters including spaces)
200-250 word abstract in English
Your abstract will be reviewed in a double blind matter, so do not include
your name on this page.

Please note: Your paper must be in a Plain Text. Do not format your paper.
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