24.2166, Calls: Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics/ TESL Canada Journal (Jrnl)

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Subject: 24.2166, Calls: Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics/ TESL Canada Journal (Jrnl)

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Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 09:29:07
From: Marian Rossiter [teslcan at ualberta.ca]
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics/ TESL Canada Journal (Jrnl)

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Full Title: TESL Canada Journal 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Pragmatics 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 24-Jun-2013 

Editor's Note: This is the third call for papers.  The deadline has been

Call for Papers

Special Issue of TESL Canada Journal, Fall 2013

Teaching and Learning Pragmatics in TESL
Guest Editor: Lynda Yates, PhD

Pragmatics is fast becoming recognized as an essential part of the language
curriculum, and research into interlanguage and intercultural pragmatics has
begun to provide important indicators of which aspects can be tackled in the
classroom and the kinds of teaching approaches that can be most effective.
Studies have also highlighted the importance of the cultural values underlying
communication so that we understand why people use language in the way that
they do. For learners to benefit, however, it is important that these insights
are translated into practice. In this volume we aim to bring together papers
that address this nexus between research and practice in the teaching and
learning of pragmatic aspects of English.

This themed issue addresses this topic from various perspectives and we
welcome contributions that draw on different contexts including but not
limited to:
English as a second or foreign language
Immigrant contexts
Study abroad contexts 
Informal/ formal learning
Classroom studies
Production/ reception
Speaking/ writing 

We encourage a broad range of methodological approaches and theoretical
frameworks, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods papers.
Whatever the approach taken, it is essential that papers address in some way
the implications for the learning or teaching of pragmatics for English as a
second language in Canada, either in the application of findings or in the
investigation of classroom or informal learning.

Manuscripts are to be transmitted as an email attachment directed to the
Journal's email address (teslcan at ualberta.ca).

To review author guidelines, please visit the Journal website:
nes. As part of the submission process, authors are required to complete the
TESL Canada Journal Submission Form and send it to teslcan at ualberta.ca as an
attachment, along with their manuscript.

The deadline for this call for papers is June 24, 2013.

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