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LSP-NCGM 2017's theme is "Nurturing Literacy and Learning through Language Research". As such, we welcome presentations that are related but not limited to the following areas:
A: Language Acquisition, Teaching and Learning
1. Second language acquisition
2. Second/Foreign language teaching and learning
3. Language education and teacher development
4. Educational technology and language learning
5. Reading, writing, and literacy
6. Language program evaluation
7. Language testing and assessment
8. Independent/Autonomous learning
B. Language in Society
2. Multilingualism and multiculturalism
3. Language policy and planning
4. Intercultural communication
5. Language, culture and socialization
6. English as a lingua franca and World Englishes
7. Language development, impairment, attrition, and loss
The conference committee will accept presentations of the following types:
(1) papers - 20-minute presentation with 10 minute Q&A ,
(2) workshops - 1 hour
(4) panel discussion - 2 hours for 3-4 papers.
UPDATE! Abstract submission is now open. You may also check your status by clicking HERE immediately after submission.
***** DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 15, 2016.
General Guidelines for Submission
All abstracts must be submitted electronically by the appropriate deadlines. Click here for list of deadlines.
You may submit as many abstracts as you like.
All material must be the work of authors listed and appropriately referenced.
All abstracts will be printed and published as they appear in your submission. LSP is not responsible for and will not copyedit abstract submissions. Please ensure all special characters and formatting display correctly and your author block only appears once.
Please do not submit the same abstract twice.
Tips to Ensure Acceptance
Although abstract rejection is uncommon, LSP reserves the right to reject any abstract it deems inappropriate. To ensure abstract acceptance,
make sure it fits the scope of the conference;
make sure it highlights something new or interesting to teachers/researchers, etc.; and
make sure it does not exceed the word limit and follows the format.
Abstract Submission Formatting
Please be sure your abstract more or less contains the following prior to submission:
A sentence stating the study’s objective (unless this is provided in the title)
A brief statement of methods, if pertinent
A summary of the results or findings obtained
A statement of conclusion
Please follow these guidelines when formatting your abstract:
Title and authors
Use a short, specific title. The title should be entered in sentence-style capitalization (i.e. Revisiting the political dimensions of Philippine English). Please do not use a period, or place your title in quotes, use bold, or use ALL CAPS.
Capitalize initial letters of trade names.
Please do not write given or family names, titles, or abstracts in ALL CAPS.
The abstract title is limited to 15 words, including spaces.
There is no character limit for your authors or author affiliations.
The abstract text is limited to 300 words. This limit includes the body of the abstract only. If your abstract exceeds this limit, it will be reviewed critically with respect to its length.
Your abstract body should typically not have any spaces, breaks, or include any examples. In other words, it should generally be one paragraph.
Please do not include tables, charts, or other figures.
Be sure to proofread your work carefully before submission.
Please ensure your abstract and submission details are correct. It will be printed exactly as it appears in the abstract submission system.
In the event your abstract has examples, kindly go to and type your abstract there. Then, copy the link generated and submit this instead of the paragraph. The link should look like this:
Note that your abstract is a concise summary of what to expect in your paper/workshop and should not include too much details.
CALL FOR PAPERS