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February 08, 2010

MASH looking for teachers/researchers to write papers for a book on fluency in EFL


MASH Collaboration are working with Paul Nation to produce an edited volume of papers on fluency in EFL and are looking for teachers/researchers who are interested in submitting papers.

The call for submission states: 'The objective of this volume is to gather the voices of teachers/researchers in EFL to help explore fluency in their contexts and how that informs ELT theory, practice, and methodology. In EFL, fluency as a classroom goal has been largely neglected, for a variety of contextual and motivational reasons, including: 1) a focus on test preparation, and 2) a perceived lack of authentic opportunities to use English. Due to a number of relatively recent developments, fluency has been increasingly recognized as an important classroom objective and essential component of learner competency.'

To get more information or submit an abstract, please send an e-mail by clicking here. The deadline for abstracts is May 31.

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