繁體中文     2009 International Conference on
         English Learning and Teaching




2009 International International Conference on English Learning and Teaching
Department of English Language and Literature, Chinese Culture University

Theme:
Teaching and Learning English in Context:Language, Literature, Culture

                     Register online
Organizer:
Department of English Language and Literature, Chinese Culture University
Conference Date: May 2, 2009
Submission of full papers: February 23, 2009
Notification of acceptance of full papers: March 23, 2009
Conference Venue: Chinese Culture University, Yangmingshan, Taipei, ROC
Conference Website: www2.pccu.edu.tw/eng_conf

call for papersCall for Papers
    Constantly diversifying approaches and materials in English teaching necessitate a
  deeper and more thorough probe into the various contexts in which English learning
  and teaching take place. Numerous perspectives and issues embedded in the course
  content of language, literature, and culture not only provide rich contexts for language
  learning but also make excellent subjects for research, the results of which are bound to
  provide a more fertile ground for English learning.

call for papersTopics for the Conference
   
  1. Theories and practices of English learning and teaching
     2 .English and American literature and culture studies
     3. Linguistics and applied linguistics
     4. Corpus studies and discourse analysis
     5. Bilingual education and multiculturalism
     6. Language development and second language acquisition
     7. Teaching materials and methods
     8. Curriculum planning and design
     9. English for specific purposes
      10. Multi-media in the language classroom, including e-learning and development
       of computer-assisted teaching materials
      11. Learning strategies and communication strategies
      12. Language assessment and evaluation
      13. Language education policies, including placement tests and exit scores for
       graduating students
      14. Other related topics and issues
 
   Presentations at the conference can include papers, panel discussions, and workshops.
   Please see next page for important dates and other pertinent information.

call for papersImportant Deadlines
   Conference Date: May 2, 2009
   Submission of abstracts: October 20, 2008
   Notification of acceptance of abstracts: November 30, 2008
   Submission of full papers: February 23, 2009
   Notification of acceptance of full papers: March 23, 2009

call for papersPaper Submission
   
1. Each submission should include the following information and items:
     (a) Name of the contributor in both Chinese and English, professional affiliation,
        current position, mailing address, office and home phone numbers, and
        email address. The above items should be listed on a separate page.
      (b) An abstract of about 300 words in English, along with a list of keywords
         (no more than six) for papers in English. An additional English abstract
         with English keywords for papers written in Chinese.
    2. Manuscripts with topics related to literature must be prepared according to the
      format specified in the recent edition of MLA Handbook for Writers of Research
      Papers
; manuscripts with topics concerning linguistics and English teaching
      must be prepared in accordance with the format specified in the recent edition
      of APA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.  Manuscripts must be
      double-spaced and typeset in 12-point Times New Roman. Papers in Chinese
      should follow the APA Style for papers in education (ED Style).
      Please refer to《教育論文格式》(潘慧玲,2004) for the format.
     3. Manuscripts are accepted for review on the condition that the same work has not
       been published and is not presently submitted for publication elsewhere.
     4. Submissions should be made electronically in MS Office 2003 as e-mail
       attachment to the following email address: eng_conf@pccu.edu.tw

      Two printout copies should be sent to the following address:

         The Committee of 2009 International Conference
         Department of English Language and Literature
         Chinese Culture University
         55 Hwakang Rd., Yangmingshan
         Taipei, 11114, Taiwan, R. O. C.

      The receipt of the submission will be notified promptly; however, the papers will
      not be returned after the review.
     5. Submitted papers will be subject to a blind review process by two
      authoritative reviewers.
     6. The presenter will receive one copy of the monograph of the conference after
       the conference.

重要日期Contact Us
   Should you have any further questions, please write to chou_eng@faculty.pccu.edu.tw
   or call  Dr. Min-chieh Chou at 02-28610511 ext. 23768
   or Ms. Alice Liang at 02-28610511 ext. 23705.

重要日期Download

  >> Call for Paper
  >> Registration
  >> Form of Submission
  >> Agenda
  >> Conference Guideline
  >> Invitation
    Passenger cars are required to have permit to get into Yangde Blvd.
    during holidays and weekends. If you plan to drive to the conference
    site at CCU on the conference day (May 2), please bring the invitation
    card with you as permit.

  >> Directions and Location

 

                                                ccu

Copyright © Karen Tsai (蔡佳靜). All rights reserved.

http://www2.pccu.edu.tw/eng_conf