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NeMLA 2016 : For an Effective Curriculum: Modern Standard Arabic and/or Colloquial Arabic?

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Link: http://www.buffalo.edu/nemla/convention/schedule/future.html
 
When Apr 17, 2016 - Apr 20, 2016
Where Hartford CT
Submission Deadline Oct 5, 2015
Final Version Due Feb 14, 2016
Categories    pedagogy   arabic language   arabic culture
 

Call For Papers

Roundtable Title:
For an Effective Curriculum: Modern Standard Arabic and/or Colloquial Arabic?

This roundtable will focus on the challenges instructors face in order to integrate the different Arabic dialects along with Standard Arabic in their classroom. It will raise the numerous questions and concerns that come along this task. It will also discuss possible techniques that can be implemented to overcome these challenges and to create a proficient environment and various ideas than can be used to build an effective curriculum.

New Deadline: Monday Oct 5, 2015 by midnight.

Local Host Institution:
University of Connecticut

Hotel:
Marriott Hartford Downtown The Northeast Modern Language Association will meet in Hartford, Connecticut, for its 47th annual convention and will feature approximately 400 sessions, as well as dynamic speakers and cultural events.

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