CFP: Japanese Pedagogy
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***Call For Submissions***
Special Issue of _Japanese Language and Literature: Japanese Pedagogy
Editors: Seiichi Makino and Mutsuko Endo Hudson
This special issue of Japanese Language and Literature will highlight
various approaches to Japanese pedagogy. We welcome manuscripts that
are research-based as well as those which are reports of applications
of SLA theories and pedagogical frameworks in the classroom.
Publication is scheduled for Fall 2008.
The topics include, but are not restricted to, the teaching of
language skills (i.e., listening, speaking, reading, writing, culture
and an integration thereof), grammar, pragmatics/discourse,
pronunciation, kanji, and other scripts, computer-enhanced language
teaching, teaching with films or songs, and incorporating literature
in a language class.
- A manuscript submitted for consideration should be of no more than
25 double-spaced pages using a 12-point font throughout. It must be
written in English, though sample materials may be written in Japanese.
- Please also submit a short abstract or summary (maximum 250 words).
- Style and format should follow the Chicago Manual of Style, with
all notes at the end of the manuscript.
- Please send a copy by e-mail attachment to atj at colorado.edu or four
(4) hard copies by January 10, 2008 to:
Association of Teachers of Japanese
Campus Box 279, Humanities 240
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0279
Mutsuko Endo Hudson$B!!%O%I%=%s1sF#N&;R(B <endo at msu.edu>
Michigan State University, Dept. of Linguistics and Languages
A-633 Wells Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824, U.S.A.
ph 517-432-7164; fax 517-432-2736
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