LINGUIST List 25.1196|
Mon Mar 10 2014
Calls: Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics/Slovenia
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Nataša Gajšt <int.conferencefl.uni-mb.si>
Subject: Learning Professional Foreign Languages for Communication between Cultures
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Full Title: Learning Professional Foreign Languages for Communication between Cultures
Short Title: ILC2014
Date: 11-Sep-2014 - 12-Sep-2014
Location: Maribor, Slovenia
Contact Person: Nataša Gajšt
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.epf.uni-mb.si/ILC-Conference
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 16-May-2014
The 7th International Language Conference 'The Importance of Learning Professional Foreign Languages for Communication between Cultures'
Globalisation and intercultural communication are two important phenomena that characterize contemporary society and labour market. Consequently, a good command of foreign languages has become essential for professionals from all walks of life. In response to the ever increasing need for good foreign language skills, researchers and practitioners constantly strive to enhance the teaching and learning process as well as adapt it to the current needs and trends.
We invite researchers and practitioners in the field of LSP to participate at the conference to exchange and disseminate their expertise and good practice in foreign language teaching and learning. The 7th International Language Conference on the Importance of Learning Professional Foreign Languages for Communication between Cultures will take place at the University of Maribor, the Faculty of Economics and Business in Maribor from 11-12 September 2014.
Practitioners, researchers and postgraduate students interested in joining the discussion on current and emerging trends in foreign language teaching and learning are welcome to submit proposals for papers or workshops or join the conference as a listener.
Call for Papers:
Relevant themes and topics may include but are not limited to:
- The role of languages for specific purposes in the 21st century
- Modern methods/approaches used in teaching LSP
- LSP teaching and learning with ICT
- The Bologna process in an LSP course
- Developing language skills in an LSP course
- Preparation of materials for LSP teaching
- Assessment and grading in an LSP course
- Domain-specific/LSP terminology
- Intercultural dimension of teaching and learning in an LSP course
- Multilingualism and LSP
Those interested in presenting a paper or offering a workshop at the conference are invited to submit an abstract in English or German of 250-300 words. Please use the form found on the conference website and send it to int.conferencefl.uni-mb.si by no later than 16 May 2014 (please note that any abstracts received after this date will be put on a reserve list); the file name should be first author's surname. Please include names, affiliations and contact details of all authors. Abstracts will be reviewed and selected by the professional committee of the conference. Authors will be notified of acceptance by 2 June 2014.
The conference papers of a minimum 1,500 words should be e-mailed to int.conferencefl.uni-mb.si by 10 August 2014 (papers can be written in English or in German). The paper template will be sent to you upon the acceptance of the abstract. Please note that the papers will not be accepted unless the speaker(s) have registered for the conference by 20 June 2014.
16 May 2014: Deadline for abstract submission.
2 June 2014: Notification of accepted abstracts & Conference registration opens.
20 June 2014 Deadline for registration of authors.
10 August 2014: Deadline for full papers & payment of the conference fee for authors.
31 August 2014: Deadline for registration & payment of the conference fee for listeners.
Details on the conference are published on the website http://www.epf.uni-mb.si/ILC-Conference.
For more information contact:
Nataša Gajšt, MA
Faculty of Economics and Business
Razlagova 14, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
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