LINGUIST List 28.652

Thu Feb 02 2017

Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acq, Neuroling/South Korea

Editor for this issue: Kenneth Steimel <>

Date: 01-Feb-2017
From: David Shaffer <>
Subject: FAB11 & KOTESOL National Conference 2017
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Full Title: FAB11 & KOTESOL National Conference 2017
Short Title: FAB11: KOTESOL 2017

Date: 13-May-2017 - 14-May-2017
Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Contact Person: David Shaffer
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Neurolinguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2017

Meeting Description:

Korea TESOL is bringing FAB 11 to our National Conference and to Korea for the first time ever! Originating in Japan, FAB puts on conferences on ''neuro-ELT''; that is, the findings from neuroscience/neurolinguistics and their application to English teaching.

Saturday will feature two plenary sessions, with NeuroELT sessions throughout the day, as well as general ELT concurrent sessions.

Sunday will feature an all-day series of NeuroELT workshops.

Plenary Speakers:

Curtis Kelly (Kansai University)
Robert Murphy (University of Kitakyushu.

Additional Speakers:

Marc Helgesen (Miyagi Gakuin Women's College)
Tim Murphey (Kanda University of International Studies).

Call for Proposals:

FAB 11 & KOTESOL National Conference 2017
Theme: ''Boosting the Power of ELT ㅡ FABulously!''

KOTESOL is presently accepting proposals for the FAB 11 & KOTESOL National Conference 2017.
KOTESOL is accepting presentation proposals on all ELT-related topics for its concurrent session slots.

Proposal Submission Deadline: March 1, 2017.

Call for Proposals Website:

Topic areas: Any area related to ELT. (Please note: FAB is accepting neuro-ELT proposals separately. Apply to one, not both.)

- Presentation Length: 20 or 45 minutes.
- Presentation Format: Workshop, demonstration, talk, or research report.

Abstract Length: 200-250 words.
Bio-sketch: 75-100 words
Abstracts should be mainly devoted to a precise description of what will be presented and how.
(Note: In addition to the abstract and bio-sketch, include requested presentation length and presentation format in your proposal.)

Email proposals as DOCx or DOC files to:

Important Dates:

- January 1 - March 1: Call for Proposals
- March 31: Notification of proposal review results
- April 1 - May 5: Pre-registration
- May 13-14: Conference

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