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Fri Feb 05 2010
Confs: Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Socioling/Indonesia
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Message 1: Plenary Session
From: Ismail Ali Harahap <ismailaliharahapliaconferences.com>
Subject: Plenary Session
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Date: 28-Apr-2010 - 28-Apr-2010
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Contact: Organizing Committee
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.liaconferences.com/events/lia-international-conference-2010-2-2009-10.html
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics
LIA International Conference 2010 has the following aims:
- To deepen the understanding of current issues related to English Language teaching and learning in today’s world: World English and World Englishes Language Standards and Standard Language
- To provide a forum where ELT practitioners and experts share new insights and experience in ELT amidst the above streams
- To explore the impacts of the above on teaching beliefs and classroom practices
- To look into Indonesia’s position in ELT with regard to the above issues
The conference will draw together:
- Experts, teachers, teacher trainers, materials & test writers, curriculum designers, school administrators, student teachers, stake holders and other interested parties in the area of English Language Teaching.
- Educators and sponsors interested in supporting language education.
- ELT related institutions (e.g. book publishers, distributors and representatives).
1. Prof. Andy Kirkpatrick (Hongkong)
2. Prof. Alastair Pennycook (Australia)
3. Prof. Duong Thi Hoang Oanh (Vietnam)
4. Prof. Joseph Foley (Thailand)
5. Prof. Jeon Jihyeon (Korea)
6. Prof. Marc Helgesen (Japan)
7. Dr. Willy Renandya (Singapore)
8. Dr. Chan Yue Weng (Singapore)
9. Gloria Kismadi (Indonesia)
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