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  1. Helen Karn, Call for Abstracts: Slavic Linguistics
  2. Helen Karn, Call for Abstracts: Teaching Business in the FL Classroom

Message 1: Call for Abstracts: Slavic Linguistics

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1992 18:13 ESTCall for Abstracts: Slavic Linguistics
From: Helen Karn <HKARNguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Call for Abstracts: Slavic Linguistics


 Call for Abstracts

 "Issues in Slavic Linguistics"
 Tuesday, March 9, 1993

 pre-session to the
Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993
 March 9 - 13, 1993
 Georgetown University
 Washington, D.C.

Papers regarding any aspect of Slavic linguistics are invited for this
full-day pre-session. PLease submit a one-page abstract of your
presentation by January 15, 1993 to:

Dr. Victor Lychyk
Department of Russian
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C.
20057-0990

For more information, please write to the above address or call (202)
687-6147.
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Message 2: Call for Abstracts: Teaching Business in the FL Classroom

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1992 18:14 ESTCall for Abstracts: Teaching Business in the FL Classroom
From: Helen Karn <HKARNguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Call for Abstracts: Teaching Business in the FL Classroom

 Call for Abstracts

 Pre-session to the
Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993
 Washington, D.C.

 "Teaching Business in the Foreign Language Classroom"

 Wednesday, March 10, 1993

Educators, researchers, members of international organizations, and
the business community are invited to present 20-minute papers relating
business practices to second language acquisition. Topics may include
international economics, finance, import-export, customs, banking,
journalism, diplomacy, advertising, and computer-based foreign
language instruction.

Presentations must focus on the appropriateness and application of
business terminology to foreign language teaching, and should address
such issues as curriculum design, proficiency-oriented instruction,
activities for the foreign language classroom, translation techniques,
testing, and internships. All presentations must be given in English,
but topics covering all languages are welcome.

Speakers will also be invited to share suggested bibliographies,
textbooks, videos, computer programs, and other teaching materials during
this full-day session.

Send a 1 page (500 word) abstract to:

Professor Madeleine Soudee or Elizabeth Martin
Department of French Department of French
Intercultural Center 411 2090 FLB
Georgetown University University of Illinois
Washington, DC 20057-1054 at Urbana - Champaign
 Urbana, IL 61801

phone: (202) 687-5861 (217) 344-1626
fax: (202) 687-5712
e-mail: gurtguvax.bitnet
 gurtguvax.georgetown.edu

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: January 15, 1993
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