We are pleased to host the 2017 conference on Pronuncation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (PSLLT) at the University of Utah! PSLLT is an annual meeting that brings together language teachers and second language acquisition researchers who share an interest in second language pronunciation.
We will also host a Research Methods in L2 Pronunciation Workshop on August 31, 2017.
We hope you will join us in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah!
We invite proposals for oral and poster presentations on all topics related to naturalistic pronunciation acquisition and classroom pronunciation learning – any aspect of pronunciation research, teaching and learning. We also invite evidence-based “teaching tip” proposals. Teaching tips will be presented in a Round Robin format, with a small group gathered around the presenter. Every seven minutes, a bell rings and the audience moves to another teaching tip presentation.
The online abstract submission site will open on January 9, 2017, and the deadline for submissions is April 7, 2017. Review outcome notifications will be sent in early May.
Abstracts should be given a descriptive title, be double-spaced, have no more than 250 words (including references if included) and should specify the desired presentation format:
- Oral Presentation (20 minutes plus questions)
- Poster Presentation (90-minute poster session)
- Oral or poster presentation (either is ok)
- Teaching Tip (7 minutes in Round Robin format)
Abstracts should be uploaded to http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/psllt2017
Click HERE to go to the conference website.