LINGUIST List 25.1207
Mar 11 2014
Editor for this issue:
Bryn Hauk <brynlinguistlist.org>
From: Shanthi Nadarajan
Subject: Best Practices in
Teaching and Learning Languages
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Full Title: Best Practices in Teaching and
Short Title: iCLS2014
Date: 27-Oct-2014 - 28-Oct-2014
Location: Kuching / Sarawak, Malaysia
Contact Person: Shanthi Nadarajan
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Web Site: http://www.cls.unimas.my/en/icls2014
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2014
The iCLS 2014 focuses on a wide variety of best
practices on language teaching that can help
advance knowledge and skills in the field of
language learning and teaching in the region.
As knowledge in language teaching and learning
advances it brings forth new challenges, and
solutions need to be provided in order to
bridge the gap between education challenges and
solutions from results of research. This iCLS
conference will be an opportunity for
lecturers, teachers, researchers, students and
interested participants to meet and share their
experiences and research results about all
aspects of education advances.
Call for Papers:
We invite you to submit your proposal(s)
(abstract of not more than 250 words) to
present at the CLS Conference on Best Practices
in Language Learning and Teaching.
- Lead an in-depth interactive workshop.
- Present a session on the effectiveness and
development of teaching materials/training
- Share your research and expertise on
interactive learning materials
- Distill essential knowledge/skills on latest
in online reading materials.
- Demonstrate your successful course and/or
training materials to others.
- Guide discussions with your colleagues.
Submissions are welcome from a variety of
fields, including but not limited to:
- Best practices in language learning and
- Assessment of higher order thinking
- Changes in language curriculum
- Inclusion and diversity in language
- Literacy practices in language learning and
- Educational linguistics
- Literature in language education
- Inclusive and differentiated teaching
- Materials selection, adaptation and
- Second and foreign language testing and
- Teachers as innovators
- Teaching and learning in digital age
- The role of grammar in language learning and
- World Englishes and language teaching
Please download and fill in this proposal form
and email it directly to iclsunimasgmail.com (Attn: Assoc Prof Dr
Su-Hie Ting). Abstract should not be more than
200 words. Deadline for abstract submission is
15 June 2014.
Poster proposal should be accompanied with an
abstract of the poster content. The size of the
poster is A1 (594 x 841 mm) and a short
presentation session will be assigned for each
Submission of full papers for accepted abstract
to be included in conference proceedings should
follow this format (Microsoft Word template).
The full paper should be maximum of 6 pages,
single spacing inclusive of references,
appendices, figures and tablets. Deadline for
full paper submission is 31 July 2014.
Selected papers will be considered for
publication in the Centre for Language Studies
journal, Issues in Language Studies journal,
indexed by Google Scholar, MyCite and Directory
of Open-Access Journals.
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