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Sun Sep 19 2010

Calls: Applied Ling/Serbia

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        1.    Natasa Jankovic, LSP: 'Challenges and Prospects'

Message 1: LSP: 'Challenges and Prospects'
Date: 17-Sep-2010
From: Natasa Jankovic <lspbg11gmail.com>
Subject: LSP: 'Challenges and Prospects'
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Full Title: LSP: "Challenges and Prospects"

Date: 04-Feb-2011 - 05-Feb-2011
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Contact Person: Natasa Jankovic
Meeting Email: lspbg11gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.dsjks.com

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2010

Meeting Description:

The second FLLAS international conference on foreign languages for
specific purposes, which is jointly organized by the Foreign Language and
Literature Association of Serbia and the University of Belgrade (Faculty of
Philosophy and Faculty of Philology) will take place on 4 - 5 February 2011
at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Serbia.

The conference aims at bringing together professionals from around the
world to discuss and reflect on their ideas in various professional fields of
the subject area that are studied within languages for specific purposes -
LSP - (English, French, German, Russian, Spanish and Italian) at the
academic and secondary school levels of education in Serbia. Special
attention will be paid to the importance of teaching foreign languages for
specific purposes at different academic levels, with a particular focus on
practical problems. Participants are invited to share their own experience
with the others, as well as their views on the challenges and prospects for
teaching LSP in today's educational systems. The aim of the conference is a
lively and productive exchange of knowledge and theoretical and practical
experience.

Call For Papers

The conference aims at bringing together professionals from around the
world to discuss and reflect on their ideas in the subject area. Special
attention will be paid to the importance of teaching foreign languages for
specific purposes at different academic levels, with a particular focus on
practical problems. Participants are invited to share their own experience
with the others, as well as their views on the challenges and prospects for
teaching LSP in today's educational systems. We also believe the
conference to offer multiple opportunities for professional contact and
development.

The FLT Resources Exhibition, showing the latest published materials,
videos, computer software and internet services will be open to all
participants during the conference.

The languages of the conference are English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish, Russian and Serbian.

Content Focus:

Theory and Practice
Materials Development
Teaching Methodology
Syllabus Design
Learner Autonomy
Teacher Development
Learning Techniques
Research
Testing, Evaluation & Assessment
Early Start in Teaching LSP

We invite proposals for individual papers, panels, workshops and posters
on the topics suggested, but not strictly limited to the list above. Abstracts
should be written in the language of the presentation and be up to 100
words long. All session presentations are allotted 30 minutes, including
discussion time. Plenary speeches are allotted 50 minutes.

The LSP Conference Registration Form / Speaker Proposal Form can be
taken over at www.dsjks.com and should be submitted to the following e-
mail address:lspbg11gmail.com (Subject line: FLLAS Conference
registration form) NOT LATER THAN OCTOBER 15th 2010.

The conference venue is the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade. Additional
information about travel arrangements, accommodation, registration and
other practical details will be duly posted on the Association website
(http://www.dsjks.com).

Organizing Committee:

Vesna Polovina, PhD, FLLAS President
Andjelka Ignjacevic, PhD, FLLAS Vice-president
Natasa Jankovic, LSP SIG President
Danijela Djorovic, PhD, LSP SIG Vice-president
Maja Belanov, LSP SIG Secretary
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