Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America: Call for Proposals
Lila San Roque
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Fri Oct 22 07:33:15 UTC 2010
Symposium on Teaching and Learning
Indigenous Languages of Latin America
Call for Proposals
The Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin
America (ATLILLA) and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the
University of Notre Dame invite proposals for panels, individual papers,
round table discussions, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and
technological tools showcases to be presented at the second Symposium on
Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA-2011).
Proceedings of the Symposium will be published.
The deadline for receipt of proposals is Monday, December 6, 2010.
Proposals will be accepted only through the online submission system.
Successful proposals will clearly indicate the relationship of the
presentation to the core symposium themes. Presentations should provide an
opportunity for symposium participants to engage with some of the
challenging and fundamental questions at the intersection of research and
the teaching and learning of Latin American indigenous languages.
Priority will be given to proposals that address one or more of the
Best practices, methodologies, and strategies in indigenous languages
The interplay of research, theory, and practice in teaching and learning
- Languages as vehicles to cultures and the world of living experience
- Language revitalization and documentation
- Distance learning / online courses
- Issues of dialectology and standardization in language instruction
- Impact of language attitudes and ideologies on teaching and learning
- Intellectual, cultural, and political role of indigenous languages in
- Indigenous languages, cultures, and identity
- Connecting, celebrating and maintaining traditions through teaching
- Assessment and evaluation of indigenous language learning
- Innovative technologies for teaching and learning indigenous languages and
- Effects of language policy and planning on the teaching and learning of
- Language, literacy, and cultural practices
- Issues of bi-literacy and bilingual education in Latin America
- Music/musicology and the teaching and learning of indigenous languages
- Sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, and pragmatics in the teaching and
learning of indigenous languages
- Programmatic structure for Less Commonly Taught Language (LCTL)
See http://kellogg.nd.edu/projects/quechua/STLILLA/call.shtml for further
details and to submit a proposal through the online submission system.
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