LINGUIST List 22.3559|
Mon Sep 12 2011
Calls: English, Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis/China
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Innovation and Integration in English Lanaguage Teaching
Message 1: Innovation and Integration in English Lanaguage Teaching
From: Mark Robinson <markrstu.edu.cn>
Subject: Innovation and Integration in English Lanaguage Teaching
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Full Title: Innovation and Integration in English Lanaguage Teaching
Short Title: IIELT
Date: 20-Apr-2012 - 22-Apr-2012
Location: Shantou, Guangdong, China
Contact Person: Mark Robinson
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://elc.stu.edu.cn/iielt/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2011
Goal: To bring together English language researchers and educators interested in learning and utilizing innovative and integrative frameworks, approaches, and tools in the teaching of languages, cultures, and intercultural communication at post-secondary institutions.
We are pleased to announce Ken Hyland (University of Hong Kong) and Feng Anwei (Bangor University) as our keynote speakers, as well as Joy Egbert (Washington State University) and David Marsh (University of Jyvaskyla) as our featured speakers.
More information on the speakers can be found on our website (http://elc.stu.edu.cn/iielt/).
Call for Papers:
Papers, workshops and posters should relate to one or more of the following topics:
- English for Specific/Academic Purposes (ESP/EAP)
- Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
- Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
- Multimedia or Integrated Media (IM) Instruction
- Language Learning & New Media
- Intercultural Communication
- English as an International Language
- English Language Assessment
- Materials Development
- Learner & Teacher Autonomy
- Second Language Writing & Reading
- Intercultural Rhetoric & Discourse
Paper presentations and workshops are allocated 30 minutes plus an additional 10 minutes for discussion for a total of 40 minutes. Papers should report on recent unpublished research and workshops should demonstrate innovation and integration of technology in post-secondary English language instruction. Poster presentations are given 1 hour to report on a work in progress and may be scheduled during a lunch period. All proposal types should be related to the conference theme of innovation and integration.
Proposals must conform to these specified guidelines and reach the conference committee by October 31, 2011. Submissions must be made online by registering and logging in at http://elc.stu.edu.cn/iielt/. The submission should include: title of paper, family name(s), given name(s), institutional affiliation, current position, email address, topic(s), abstract (up to 200 words), and keywords (up to 5) that best describe the subject of your submission. Notification of acceptance will be sent by November 30, 2011. Please submit only one proposal per author. A bio (up to 50 words) must be submitted in the 'User Account Details' section separately from the proposal submission. Be sure to mention the topic which best encompasses your work and any technical requirements you may have for your presentation. Selected papers may be published in a Conference Proceedings.
Please contact Dr. Mark Robinson (markrstu.edu.cn) with any issue pertinent to the proposal submission guidelines and symposium information. For questions on registration, payment, accommodation and other practical matters, please contact Ming Luo (mingluostu.edu.cn) or refer to our website (http://elc.stu.edu.cn/iielt/).
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