Do you have research, expertise or classroom best practices on language learning and intercultural education to share? Does your work have a focus on Alberta? If yes, listen up!
Recently I was invited to take on the position of Guest Editor for Notos, the official journal of the Second Languages and Intercultural Council (SLIC) of the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA).
Notos is a peer reviewed scholarly journal that links the academy with the classroom. The contents include an eclectic range of conventional articles, reviews and creative writing.
The Journal invites manuscripts for its upcoming issue. Of particular interest are submissions that:
- highlight the issues of culture and second languages in Alberta;
- enhance the knowledge, skills and understanding of teachers in the areas of second languages and culture;
- discuss existing practices, programs and resources;
- showcase research being done in Alberta on second languages, language pedagogy, innovation in second languages and intercultural education; and
- offer advice and expertise to both in-service and pre-service language teachers in the province of Alberta.
Submissions should be between 2500 and 10,000 words. In keeping with the mandate of the Council, articles appear in several languages (preferrably those languages taught in Alberta schools). All submissions are reviewed by the Editorial board, who reserve the right to select those submissions they feel are the most appropriate for the journal. Deadline for Winter 2011 submissions is April 15, 2011.
Direct queries and manuscripts to:
Sarah Elaine Eaton, PhD, Guest Editor, Notos
University of Calgary, Language Research Centre
seaton (at) ucalgary.ca
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