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CFP: Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching
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The 10th annual PSLLT Conference seeks proposals for aspects of L2 pronunciation for all second languages and contexts, but especially for papers on perception and pronunciation.

4/16/2018 to 4/18/2018
When: Monday, April 16, 2018
Where: Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa 
United States

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Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (PSLLT)
Perception and Pronunciation: Research and Teaching
September 6-8, 2018
Iowa State University

 

The Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching Conference is celebrating its 10th year, with a conference theme of perception. Ann Bradlow of Northwestern University will be the plenary speaker. The conference includes pre-conference workshops (Sept. 6), oral sessions, poster sessions, teaching tips, and special sessions from former plenary speakers. There is also a welcome reception and conference dinner included in the cost of the registration. 

Approaches to pronunciation research and teaching have always strongly emphasized production, and indeed “pronunciation” is often used synomymously with the accurate production of L2 segmentals and suprasegmentals. 

 
The 10th annual PSLLT Conference seeks proposals for aspects of L2 pronunciation for all second languages and contexts, but especially for papers on perception and pronunciation. Such papers may be related to 
• laboratory or classroom approaches to perception
• issues of perception related to social factors in L2 learning
• L2 connections to L1 perception research
• acoustic measurements and perceptions of speech rate for L2 learners
• perception of accentedness, intelligibility and comprehensibility
• studies of speech processing under varied conditions
• the interface between production and perception
 
Abstracts can be submitted from 02-Jan-2018 until 16-Apr-2018.

 

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