LINGUIST List 25.416|
Fri Jan 24 2014
Calls: English, Applied Linguistics, Language Acq, General Linguistics/USA
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Kamal Belmihoub <s.kbelmihoubgmail.com>
Subject: Global Dimensions of English Language Learning and Use
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Full Title: Global Dimensions of English Language Learning and Use
Date: 05-Apr-2014 - 05-Apr-2014
Location: West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Contact Person: Kamal Belmihoub
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~eslgo/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 21-Feb-2014
The Purdue University Graduate Student Symposium on Second Language Studies & English as a Second Language is a growing forum for research focusing on various aspects and issues of SLS and ESL. The symposium is designed to give graduate students a chance to present their research in a professional setting.
Keynote speaker: Cecil Nelson, Indiana State University
Call for Papers:
Graduate Student Symposium on Second Language Studies & English as a Second Language
Symposium Theme: Global Dimensions of English Language Learning and Use
RAWLS Halls, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
April 5, 2014
We encourage graduate students to submit original research that contribute to an understanding of English language use, learning, and teaching. We also welcome cross-disciplinary proposals. We strongly encourage graduate students to consider Research Discussions for submissions of works in progress and pilot research.
We welcome proposals for the following categories:
Paper Presentation: 30 minutes (20 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of discussion)
A presentation on any practical or theoretical aspect of language teaching or research. Both individual and group presentations are encouraged.
Panel: 60 minutes (45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of discussion)
A forum for a group of presenters (up to three panelists) to discuss a current teaching or research issue in the field.
Research Discussion: 30 minutes (10 minutes of presentation and 20 minutes of discussion)
An informal in-depth discussion between presenter and attendees. The presenter will spend no longer than 10 minutes speaking about his/her research. The remaining time will allow attendees to discuss the topic, ask questions, and provide feedback to the presenter with respect to his/her research project. This session type may be particularly useful for those students who are currently working on their dissertations or other research projects.
Submission Process Guidelines:
Send your proposal to slssymposiumgmail.com by February 21, 2014.
Proposals should be sent as an attached .pdf or Word document. Please type “SLS Symposium Proposal” in the subject line.
Your proposals must include:
1. Your contact information
d. Phone number
e. Email address
2. A 50-word biographical statement
3. Contact information of co-presenter(s) (if applicable)
4. A 50-word biographical statement of co-presenter(s) (if applicable)
1. Title of the presentation (maximum 10 words)
2. Presentation category (paper, panel, research discussion)
3. Topic strand (choose one of above or specify if other)
4. Abstract (maximum 50 words)
5. Description (maximum 250 words)
Factors Affecting Selection:
1. The topic reflects the current research developments.
2. The title accurately reflects the content of the presentation.
3. The abstract does not exceed 50 words and accurately conveys the contents of the presentation. The description does not exceed 250 words, has a clearly stated purpose and point of view, shows an appropriate amount of material for the allotted time, and does not make explicit reference to the presenter’s status or work.
Questions? Email: slssymposiumgmail.com.
Purdue SLS/ESL Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117624535104094/
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