LINGUIST List 22.516|
Sun Jan 30 2011
Calls: Language Acquisition, Socioling/Arizona Working Papers (Jrnl)
Editor for this issue: Danniella Hornby
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Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching
Message 1: Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching
From: Soomin Jwa <awpemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching
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Full Title: Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2011
Dear SLA Community,
Please note the deadline for AWP submissions has been extended to
February 15, 2011. So far, we've had wonderful submissions from both the
U.S. and abroad, and we would like to hear more from you!
Please forward widely!
The Arizona Working Papers is inviting students and faculty from SLAT,
SLAT's collaborating departments, and TESOL/applied linguistics/second
language acquisition or a related field, from the University of Arizona and
any other universities to submit papers to the Arizona Working Papers,
2011, Volume 18. Papers must be research studies and should focus on issues
related to second language acquisition and teaching including the four
specialization areas in SLAT (L2 Pedagogy and Program Administration, L2
Use, L2 Processes, and L2 Analysis) or a cross-disciplinary topic. First
language studies with relevance to second language acquisition and teaching
may also be submitted. Submissions are accepted in English and other widely
spoken languages (Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, etc).
For further details, please follow the link :
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