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Thu Feb 18 2010
Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition/New Zealand
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12th National Conference for Community Languages & ESOL
Message 1: 12th National Conference for Community Languages & ESOL
From: David Woodfield <david.woodfieldotago.ac.nz>
Subject: 12th National Conference for Community Languages & ESOL
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Full Title: 12th National Conference for Community Languages & ESOL
Short Title: CLESOL 2010
Date: 01-Oct-2010 - 04-Oct-2010
Location: Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand
Contact Person: David Woodfield
Meeting Email: david.woodfieldotago.ac.nz
Web Site: http://www.clesol.org.nz/2010/home.html
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2010
Held every 2 years, the CLESOL Conference is a major event on the New Zealand
professional development calendar for everyone involved in ESOL (English for
Speakers of Other Languages), Community Languages (e.g. Mandarin, Korean,
Samoan...) and Te Reo Maori.
The conference provides opportunities to hear relevant and inspiring papers
addressing language teaching research and practice from early childhood to adult
education. Special to the 2010 conference is a strand of papers focusing on
applications of sociocultural theory to Second Language Acquisition.
Featured speakers include David Nunan, Merrill Swain, Pauline Gibbons, Rosemary
Erlam and Jill & Charles Hadfield.
Call for Papers
The Conference Committee invites submissions of abstracts for presentations at
CLESOL 2010. The theme of the conference is Context and Communication:
Mediating Language Learning, Te Horopaki me te Tuku: He Rongoā i te Ako Reo.
Presentations, workshops, and colloquia that relate to the conference theme are
especially welcome, but all topics relevant to language teaching and learning
will be considered.
Presentations may include:
Research-based inquiry into topics relevant to the conference theme and language
teaching and learning Theory-based inquiry into topics relevant to the
conference theme Practice-based ideas, approaches, and strategies for teaching
and learning language Abstracts may be submitted through the conference website:
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