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李恬毓
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國立中央大學預定於2009年5月16日(星期六)、17日(星期日)舉行「第四屆以中/英文為第二語言之閱讀與寫作教學研討會」,即日起至5月1日止開放報名。中英文版報名簡章與報名表請見附檔,或請至C/ESL研討會網頁查詢(http://www.lc.ncu.edu.tw/CESL2009/)。

 

The 4th Chinese/English as a Second Language Conference

 

on Reading and Writing Instruction

The Language Center of National Central University has held the “Chinese/English as a Second Language Conference on Reading and Writing Instruction” bi-annually since 2003. We are pleased to announce that this, the 4th C/ESL Reading and Writing Conference (or C/ESL 2009), is the first to be an international conference. The invited and keynote speakers will be leading international scholars, and anyone who is interested in Teaching Chinese/ English as a Second Language is cordially invited to the meeting.

 
Date: May 16-17, 2009
Venue: National Central University, Jhongli, Taoyuan County, Taiwan

Keynote Speeker:

(1) Dr. Carol A. Chapelle 

Carol Chapelle is Professor of TESL/Applied Linguistics and Chair of the Cross-disciplinary Linguistics Program at Iowa State University. She has served as President of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Editor of TESOL Quarterly, and Chair of the TOEFL Committee of Examiners. She is current Co-Editor of the Cambridge Applied Linguistics Series of Cambridge University Press. She is widely recognized as the pre-eminent scholar in the field of CALL.

(2) Dr. Teng, Shou-Hsin(鄧守信教授)

 

Professor Teng, Shou-Hsin is a renowned scholar and educator in Chinese linguistics. He has served as Director of the Department of Asian Languages & Literatures at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, as founding Director of the Graduate Institute of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language at National Taiwan Normal University, and President of the Association of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Taiwan. He has been Visiting Professor at universities in Beijing and Hong Kong. Currently he is Professor of National Taiwan Normal University and dedicates himself to research on Chinese structure and pedagogical grammars.

 

* For more information, please check:

http://www.lc.ncu.edu.tw/CESL2009/

 

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