25.4313, Calls: English; Applied Linguistics; English Teaching & Learning (Jrnl)
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Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:25:40
From: Ping-Jung Ho [etl at deps.ntnu.edu.tw]
Subject: English; Applied Linguistics; English Teaching & Learning (Jrnl)
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Full Title: English Teaching & Learning
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2015
English Teaching & Learning
Special Issue on Corpus Research in Second Language Learning and Teaching
Prof. Cheung, Hin Tat, Hong Kong Institute of Education
Advancements in corpus linguistics in the last decades have widened the scope
of research in second language learning and teaching. Research in learner
corpora opened up a new window to examine learner's language both
qualitatively and quantitatively. General and specific corpora formed new
bases for the planning and development of teaching materials. Easy access to
corpus tools allows synthesis and analysis of learners' language in a snap.
Corpus linguistics has become a topic of great importance and interest to
scholars in second language research. This special issue aims to bring
together corpus-based studies, focusing on the use of corpora for refinements
in the learning and teaching of English. Contributions that address a wide
range of related issues are invited. Areas for consideration include, but are
not limited to, the following:
- The use of corpus tools in second language classroom.
- The use of corpus research in developing teaching materials.
- The use of corpus tools in analyzing the language of language learners.
- The use of learner corpora in understanding the needs of second language
Articles can be up to 10,000 words in length and must adhere to the APA
format. Articles will be peer reviewed, and will be judged on their local and
global significance. All submissions must follow the submission guidelines
specified on the journal website (http://www.etl.url.tw/submissions.php).
Manuscripts can be submitted online at http://aspers.airiti.com/etl or by
e-mail to etl at deps.ntnu.edu.tw.
All articles will be blind reviewed. An invitation to submit a paper to the
special issue in no way guarantees that the paper will be published.
Publication is dependent on the review results.
Article submission deadline: April 30, 2015
Journal publication: October 2015
English Teaching & Learning (ETL) is a scholarly journal dedicated to research
on the teaching and learning of English as a second or foreign language. It
aims to publish quality papers that contribute to all aspects of the
profession, particularly those seeking to bridge the gap between theory and
practice. The journal is housed in the Department of English at National
Taiwan Normal University and published by Airiti Press. It is listed as the
THCI-Core journal in Taiwan and is the best journal in the field of TESOL in
Taiwan. Abstracts and keywords of past issues are available here
Questions should be sent to Cheung, Hin Tat, or ETL assistant Ping-Jung Ho. We
look forward to receiving your article.
Cheung, Hin Tat Ph.D.
Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies
Hong Kong Institute of Education
hintat at ied.edu.hk
English Teaching & Learning
Department of English
National Taiwan Normal University
Tel: (02) 7734-1795
Email: etl at deps.ntnu.edu.tw
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