This site is a resource for second language writing and also hosts the Second Language Writing Interest Section (TESOL), which has more resources. If you have suggestions or recommendations for this site or the SLWIS site, please let me know.

Below are the last five items from News. To read more, go there. To read sporadic entries on teaching, learning, writing, and using technology, go to my blog. For posts after May 10, 2014, go to Explorations in Learning.

CFP: CamTESOL Conference

The 17th Annual CamTESOL Conference, Institute of Technology, Cambodia, February 18-19, 2017
Website: http://www.camtesol.org/
Proposal deadline: September 19, 2016

CFP: IICLL Hawaii 2017

he Second IAFOR International Conference on Language Learning – Hawaii 2017 (IICLLHawaii2017), January 8-10, 2017
Website: http://iafor.org/conferences/iicllhawaii2017/
Proposal deadline: September 1, 2016


Vocab@Tokyo, Meiji Gakuin University, September 12-14, 2016
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/vocabattokyo/home

SLW Sessions at CCCC 2016

The SLW Standing Group has shared a Google Doc of SLW sessions at Cs and some announcements: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XM9dXJ5BGT442K9HQsoayUg1a61MYEgam_IkMUJ85Ms/edit?usp=sharing 

In addition, there is a Second Language Writing Standing Group Meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 7th from 6:30-7:30 pm that is open to everyone interested in SLW. This meeting will give us a chance to recap the year, discuss future projects, and form panels for Cs 2017. 

Directly following the SIG meeting, please join us for a second language writing social event to be held at Andalucia Tapas and Taverna. The restaurant is located just a few blocks up from the George R. Brown Convention Center on the corner of Caroline and Polk. Full menu options are available and the restaurant has agreed to separate checks. Seating is limited, so email Katherine Silvester <klsilves@indiana.edu>.

Summer 2016 English Immersion Program at Kean University

The Summer 2016 English Immersion Program at Kean University will run for six weeks. The program begins on July 3rd and runs through August 16th. The program offers the chance to work on English Language acquisition through real-world experiences. The program is open to students who have an interest in improving their English language skills, learning more about American culture, and experiencing life on an American campus. The program includes classroom instruction, Academic Excursions, and some Cultural Excursions. Students who have demonstrated advanced English Language skills may opt to take an additional credit bearing course. Engage with English speakers, practice your language skills, and experience American Culture by attending the Summer 2016 English Immersion Program. For more information please visit www.kean.edu/immersion or reach out to immersion@kean.edu.

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