LINGUIST List 24.3802|
Sat Sep 28 2013
Calls: English, Applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition/Canada
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Jaime Demperio <demperio.jaimeuqam.ca>
Subject: Meeting on English Language Teaching
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Full Title: Meeting on English Language Teaching
Short Title: MELT 2014
Date: 25-Apr-2014 - 25-Apr-2014
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contact Person: Jaime Demperio
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2014
The Successful Adult Second Language Learner
What is necessary for adult language learners to succeed in the learning process? Are there factors that make success more likely? What are the inhibitors? We are interested this year in sharing ideas and current research on this issue.
MELT 2014 will focus on adult language learners (i.e. university, college and CEGEP) and the impact of the following factors on their language learning:
- Critical period
- Cross-linguistic influences
- Learning styles
- Ultimate attainment
- Learner strategies/instruction style
Call for Papers:
Though the conference is primarily aimed at English language acquisition, we welcome presentations concerning the role of these factors in the acquisition of other languages.
Talks will be 30 minutes long, followed by 10 minutes of discussion. We ask that the abstracts be at most two pages long (including bibliography), font size 12, and one inch margins. Each abstract should be submitted in two copies, .pdf format, to meltuqam.ca (please include 'abstract' in the subject heading of the email). One of these abstracts should be anonymous.
Abstracts and presentations may be in English or French.
Abstract deadline: January 31, 2014
Notification of acceptance: mid-February
Please note: Conference proceedings will be published by the COOP - UQAM
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