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LINGUIST List 21.1504

Mon Mar 29 2010

Confs: English, Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Translation/Taiwan

Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett <brunettlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Claire Ho, 2010 Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching

Message 1: 2010 Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching
Date: 28-Mar-2010
From: Claire Ho <alltmail.ntust.edu.tw>
Subject: 2010 Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching
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2010 Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching
Short Title: 2010 ALLT

Date: 16-Apr-2010 - 17-Apr-2010
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Contact: Claire Ho
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.afl.ntust.edu.tw/act/news.php?class=301

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

Subject Language(s): English

Meeting Description:

2010 International Conference on Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching (ALLT)
Pre-conference Presentations: April 15, 2010
Conference date: April 16 -17, 2010
Site: National Taiwan University of Science & Technology (NTUST), Taipei, Taiwan
Conference Themes: Project-based Teaching & Learning

Call for Participation:

(No Registraion Fee. Registraion via e-mail.)

I. Special Topics

-ESP Project
-EAP Thesis
-ESP/ LSP teaching
-Teaching materials design
-Project-based teaching & learning
-Product-based teaching & learning
-Task-based approaches
-Content-based approaches

II. General Topics

-Remedial Teaching
-English Proficiency Placement
-Applied English curriculum design
-Language learning
-L2 teaching and learning
-Translation and Interpretation
-Corpora/ Corpus: Teaching & Learning
-CALLs' Web: Teaching &Learning
-Mixed levels: teaching, design and management
-Other topics in English and Chinese teaching and learning

Plenary, Featured and Keynote Speakers:

1. Professor William Wang (Chinese University of Hong Kong, fellow, Academia Sinica): Relations among Spoken and Written Language
2. Professor Amy Tsui (Pro-Vice Chancellor, Hong Kong University):English as a Medium of Instruction in Content Classrooms and the Space of Learning
3. Professor Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig (Indiana University, Past president of AAAL): Applied Linguistics-Second Language Acquisition-Language Teaching (AL-SLA-LT) and the study of pragmatics
4. Professor Chen-Ching Li (Professor, Department of English, Shih Hsin University): Product-based Approaches to English Teaching in the EFL Context
5. Professor Jeremy Sykes (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology): English for International Communication
6. Professor John Flowerdew (City University of Hong Kong): Approaches to
Genre Analysis for LSP
7. Professor Yueguo Gu (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Nottingham University): Multimodal text analysis of ELT classroom discourse

Forum for University Presidents:
Dr. Shi-Shuenn Chen (President, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), Dr.Amy Tsui (Pro-Vice Chancellor, Hong Kong University), Dr. Chuan Lee (President, Ming Chuan University),Dr. Francis K.H. So (President, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages ), Dr. Grover K. H. Yu (Vice President, Overseas Chinese University)

Conference Information:

Pre-conference Presentations: April 15, 2010
Conference date: April 16-17, 2010
Conference Organization: Department of Applied Foreign Languages, NTUST
Conference Venue: National Taiwan University of Science & Technology, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Conference Address: #43,Sec.4,Keelung Rd.,Taipei,106,Taiwan,R.O.C
Conference Website: http://www.afl.ntust.edu.tw/act/news.php?class=301
Registration E-mail: alltmail.ntust.edu.tw

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