Call for proposals is open until January 5th!! TALGS Conference in Greenville!

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for free!

ESL MiniConference Online!

TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students

Call for Proposals: TALGS 2007

Proposals invited from ESL teachers and Applied Linguistics graduate students!

DEADLINE: January 5, 2007!!!
TALGS (TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students) is a small, student-run conference aimed at helping ESL/Language teachers in the community connect with language/TESL students and university faculty. TALGS is committed to bettering the educational experience of language learners by providing a comfortable environment for interaction between theory, practice, researchers and teachers.


$10 for ECU students, faculty / $15 all others

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Donna Christian
View a full description of Dr. Christian's keynotes! (pdf)
President of the Center for Applied Linguistics
"Bilingualism for All Students through Two-Way Immersion"
Hosted by East Carolina University (Greenville, N.C.)
Pre-Conference Talk: Feb. 9, 2007
All-Day TALGS Conference: Feb. 10, 2007

Contact information:

Lida Cope
Associate Professor, Department of English
East Carolina University
Read the report from last year's TALGS event!

Announcement by Robb Scott

2006 ESL MiniConference Online