LINGUIST List 25.1768|
Thu Apr 17 2014
Calls: Applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition/Belgium
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: The SSCL2014 Team <scll2014vub.ac.be>
Subject: Sociocultural Competence & Language Learning in Multilingual Settings
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Full Title: Sociocultural Competence & Language Learning in Multilingual Settings
Short Title: SCLL2014
Date: 18-Sep-2014 - 19-Sep-2014
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Contact Person: Katja Lochtman
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.vub.ac.be/events/2014/scll2014
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 05-May-2014
Current language pedagogy is more and more confronted with notions such as 'intercultural learning', 'intercultural communication' and 'multicultural society'. In spite of this growing interest, we still know little about the actual realization of what is referred to as 'sociocultural competence' within the setting of multilingual education.
The international conference 'Sociocultural Competence & Language Learning in Multilingual Settings' will bring together researchers and language teachers from across the globe interested in the role of sociocultural competence and intercultural communication in language learning and teaching. It aims to generate new insights on a range of topics, such as discussions of theoretical frameworks, methodological decisions and practical implications.
2nd Call for Papers:
Please submit abstracts by completing the abstract submission form (http://www.vub.ac.be/sites/vub/files/events/scll2014/Abstractsubmissionformscll2014_0.docx) and send it to scll2014vub.ac.be
- The file should be saved as “scll2014 Author’s last name”
- All proposals will be peer-reviewed
- Extended deadline for submissions: 5 May 2014
A peer-reviewed selection of papers will be published.
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