LINGUIST List 21.541|
Wed Feb 03 2010
Calls: Applied Ling, English Lang/Philippines
Editor for this issue: Kate Wu
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Global Trends and Future Developments.
Message 1: Global Trends and Future Developments.
From: John Adamson <johnadamson253hotmail.com>
Subject: Global Trends and Future Developments.
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Full Title: Global Trends and Future Developments.
Short Title: CEBU TESOL
Date: 12-Aug-2010 - 14-Aug-2010
Location: Cebu, Philippines
Contact Person: Paul Robertson
Meeting Email: asianeflgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/TESOL-Asia-Convention.php
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2010
Asian EFL Journal, Philippine ESL Journal & TESOL Asia, and Cebu Education Hub
Authority are holding an international conference at the Cebu Grand Convention
Centre. Guest speakers include Prof. Rod Ellis, Prof. Roger Nunn, Mark
helgesen, Dr. Carlo magno, and Prof. Robert Dickey.
Call for Papers
Speakers may submit two papers
Open to receive abstracts
Send a 250 word abstract with short bio' marked "Cebu TESOL" in the subject line.
Presentations on ELT, SLA, EFL/ESL and qualitative or quantitative research
studies are welcome
Speakers' papers will be published in a specially prepared Hard Cover in
A "Special Edition" will be published in December 2010 with Conference papers
Global Trends and Future Developments. A Holistic Approach towards Teaching SLA
Information for speakers
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