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BELT - Brazilian English Language Teaching Journal

Call Deadline: 29-Oct-2014

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Extended deadline: October 29, 2014

BELT+

Brazilian English Language Teaching Journal - is a peer-reviewed, freely distributed electronic publication.

Portuguese as an Additional Language

To further broaden the scope and widen the content of the studies published in BELT, the Editors are pleased to announce the inclusion of Portuguese as an Additional Language as another major theme of this journal. Due to the rapidly increasing interest in this field of study, as well as the corresponding teaching and research initiatives being established in higher education institutions in Brazil and abroad, it is our new mission to showcase the quality research being carried out around the world on the teaching and learning processes involved in English and Portuguese as additional languages, from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives. To this end, we will be dedicating one issue per year to studies aimed at English as an Additional Language and the second issue of the year to studies aimed at Portuguese as an Additional Language. Our main goal is to promote a broader debate on issues related to both themes, focusing on different levels and contexts that touch upon the Brazilian reality. Published every semester, the journal welcomes original articles, book reviews, interviews and classroom activities. We accept articles in English and Portuguese.

As a reflection of this exciting new venture, we have modified our journal's logo with a plus sign '+', while maintaining the original name of the journal, thus preserving its origins.

The deadline for submissions of the inaugural edition of Portuguese as an Additional Language of BELT is October 29, 2014.

Journal address: http://revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br/ojs/index.php/belt/index

New authors must register in order to submit a paper, at the following link:
http://revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br/ojs/index.php/belt/user/register

For further information, please contact us at beltjournal@gmail.com

BELT Editorial Team
Cristina Becker Lopes Perna (Editor-in-Chief)
Karina Veronica Molsing
Yadhurany Ramos


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