21.3236, Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acq, English/Cambodia

Wed Aug 11 13:54:55 UTC 2010

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Subject: 21.3236, Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acq, English/Cambodia

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Date: 09-Aug-2010
From: Tola Voeung < tola.voeung at idp.com >
Subject: CamTESOL Conference Series on English Language Teaching

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Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 09:53:50
From: Tola Voeung [tola.voeung at idp.com]
Subject: CamTESOL Conference Series on English Language Teaching 

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Full Title: CamTESOL Conference Series on English Language Teaching 
Short Title: CamTESOL 

Date: 26-Feb-2011 - 27-Feb-2011
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Contact Person: Tola Voeung
Meeting Email: info at camtesol.org
Web Site: http://www.camtesol.org 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2010 

Meeting Description:

CamTESOL - the annual Cambodian ELT conference is one of Asia's best-
kept secrets. This ELT conference series is the premier professional 
development forum for teachers of English in Cambodia. It is a significant 
international conference in the region that attracts roughly 1,200 
participants, including over 300 international delegates from more than 30 
countries around the world. CamTESOL was established and has been 
supported by IDP Education (Cambodia) since 2005. Since its 
establishment, the conference has gained the support of the government 
and has also gained strong support from universities, languages schools, 
local and international NGOs, and the business community in Cambodia and 
CamTESOL is designed to be practical and of direct benefit to practicing 
teachers of English. The conference brings together numerous groups of 
stakeholders from Cambodia and the broader Asian region as well as other 
international participants and presenters. These include classroom teachers 
of English, teacher trainees, language school and university administrators, 
ELT-related individuals and institutions, domestic and international 
educators, experts, and researchers who wish to network with the 
Cambodian ELT community. 

Call For Papers

We now invite all those working in the field of English Language Teaching 
(ELT) or related areas, or who have an interest in this field to submit an 
abstract for the 2011 CamTESOL conference on 26-27 February. Practising 
teachers of English are especially invited to participate. Abstracts are for a 
paper, workshop or poster.

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 30 September 2010

Notification re. Abstract Selection: 25 October 2010

Deadline for Full Paper Submission to be Considered for Publication: 7 
March 2011

All abstracts must be submitted electronically by completing the template 
cover page which is downloadable from the following link. Abstracts must 
not exceed 150 words. All papers and workshops should relate to the 
twenty streams of this conference:

-Curriculum and Materials Development
-ELT in the Mekong
-Independent Learning
-Professional Development
-Program Management
-Publishers' Stream
-Quality Assurance
-Research-based Stream
-Teaching Listening
-Teaching Reading
-Teaching Speaking
-Teaching Writing
-Teaching Young Learners
-Using Technology

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