24.4583, Calls: Applied Linguistics/UK

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Subject: 24.4583, Calls: Applied Linguistics/UK

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Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2013 12:11:05
From: Martin Ball [mjball at louisiana.edu]
Subject: The Languages of LARSP

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Full Title: The Languages of LARSP 
Short Title: LangLARSP 

Date: 27-Mar-2014 - 28-Mar-2014
Location: Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom 
Contact Person: Vesna Stojanovik
Meeting Email: v.stojanovik at reading.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~mjb0372/index1.html 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2013 

Meeting Description:

The University of Reading and the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism are pleased to announce the LANGUAGES OF LARSP workshop to be held on 27-28 March 2014. LARSP originated at the University of Reading. It was created by David Crystal, Paul Fletcher and Mike Garman in 1976 and it applied to English. Since then LARSP has been adapted for other languages and most recently, three volumes have been published profiling LARSP for a number of different languages. 

Due to the number of researchers working on new versions of LARSP for the languages of LARSP series, we are holding a Workshop and Conference on LARSP so that knowledge can be exchanged, shared and discussed. The workshop is open to not only the designers of the different languages of LARSP, but also to speech and language therapists and those involved in the education of speech and language therapy students, speech and language therapy students and researchers in the field of child language acquisition and disorders.

Workshop contributors will include Professor Paul Fletcher and Dr Vesna Stojanovik.

Registration is open from 1 December 2013

Registration ends: 7 March 2014

Registration fees: £110 for two days (includes lunch and refreshments) (≈ €130.00; US$176.00)

Daily delegates: £60 (≈ €72.00; US$96.00)

Students: £100 for two days (or £50 per day) (≈ €120.00; US$160.00 / €60.00; US$80.00)

Accommodation of various types will be recommended to suit different budgets, from about ₤50.00 a night upwards (≈ €60.00; US$80.00). 

Please contact the Organizer if you intend to come to the Workshop: Dr Vesna Stojanovik v.stojanovik at reading.ac.uk

Call for Papers:

Funding is currently being sought to aid authors of LARSP versions who are not supported by their home institutions, though this funding (if obtained) would likely only cover registration and not accommodation, or travel.

If you wish to present at the workshop, please contact Dr Stojanovik.







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