LINGUIST List 22.127|
Fri Jan 07 2011
Calls: Applied Ling/Hong Kong
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1. Andy Gao ,
4th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
Message 1: 4th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
From: Andy Gao <xsgaoied.edu.hk>
Subject: 4th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
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Full Title: 4th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference
Short Title: 4th HAAL Conference
Date: 25-Jun-2011 - 25-Jun-2011
Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Contact Person: Mable Chan
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.haal.hk/HAALConference2011/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011
This is the fourth Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics (HAAL) Conference (previously called Research Forum) for researchers and teachers in the area of applied linguistics. The conference provides an opportunity for them to report on research, explore ideas, update themselves on current developments and, in general, share their professional interests with others in a friendly and informal atmosphere.
Our keynote speaker is Dr Angel Lin of the University of Hong Kong, a scholar with an international reputation in innovative interdisciplinary approaches to second language education and language teaching methodologies.
Dr Lixun Wang of the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Dr John Milton of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Dr Carmen Lee of the Chinese University of Hong Kong will participate in a panel discussion entitled ‘Technology in language learning and teaching ‘.
Call for Papers:
We are looking for contributions that relate to both quantitative and qualitative research in applied linguistics. Postgraduate students who are nearing the completion of their theses are particularly welcome to submit proposals.
Proposals for papers (20 minutes + 5 mins for Q&A) should reach the organisers not later than 31 March 2011.
Please note that each presenter is limited to one individual presentation or one joint presentation.
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