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Thu Sep 29 2011

Calls: Applied Linguistics/ The TFLTA Journal (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Brent Miller <brentlinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Patricia Davis-Wiley , The TFLTA Journal

Message 1: The TFLTA Journal
Date: 29-Sep-2011
From: Patricia Davis-Wiley <pdwileyutk.edu>
Subject: The TFLTA Journal
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Full Title: The TFLTA Journal

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2011

Call for Papers and Submission Information for Authors
The TFLTA Journal
Volume 3
Fall 2011/Winter 2012

The Editorial Board of The TFLTA Journal, the online peer-reviewed journal of
the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association, would like to invite
you to submit scholarly articles (i.e., research conducted in the classroom;
language approaches/strategies; meta-analyses; assessment issues;
integration of authentic literature into the classroom; context-based
instruction; digital literacies; position papers) of interest to K-16 world
language (modern and classical languages) educators. Manuscripts that
reflect the theme of the 2011 TFLTA's annual conference, Many Languages-
One Voice, are especially welcome.

The deadline for submissions for the 2011 Fall/Winter 2012 issue of the
journal is December 1, 2011, to allow ample time for a blind review of the
manuscripts. Upon receipt, authors will be notified by the Editor and will be
given a projected date for notification of the disposition of their submissions
at that time.

Submission guidelines for authors:

1. Manuscripts are a maximum of approximately 20 double spaced pages
with 1' margins.
2. Use WORD or Rich Text Format (RTF) and Times Roman 12 font.
3. Follow APA '09 (6th edition) format for the article's headings, references,
figures and tables.
4. Use [insert Table X here] or [insert Figure Y here] in the body of the text
where tables and figures need to be placed; insert separate pages for tables
and figures at the end of paper, following references; tables and figures may
need to be re-sized in the final manuscript and therefore need to be jpeg or
.doc files.
5. Send two copies of the manuscript. One copy will have all author and
bibliographic information deleted to expedite the blind review process. The
other copy will have a title page with each author's name and affiliation and
end with a 75-word maximum biographic statement for each.
6. Manuscripts are to be paginated but not have running heads.
7. Include a brief (150-word maximum) abstract of the article (to be placed
following the title) on each copy of the manuscript.
8. Manuscripts must be submitted electronically to Patricia Davis-Wiley,
Editor, The TFLTA Journal, at: pdwileyutk.edu
9. Please put TFLTA Journal article submission in the subject line of your
email and include your name, title, school/office affiliation, email address,
contact phones numbers and working title of the manuscript in the body of
the email. Attach both copies of the manuscript in the same email.
10. Inquiries RE: article submissions are welcome and may be sent to the
Editor of The TFLTA Journal at pdwileyutk.edu

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