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New to the LSP Classroom? A Selection of Monographs on Successful Practices (CfP for a publication)

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Organization: Brno University of Technology
Event: CfP for a publication
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Event Date: 2020-06-30 to 2020-06-30 Abstract Due: 2020-06-30

The Institute of Foreign Languages at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno
University of Technology, Czech Republic is issuing a call for papers for a publication with
the working title New to the LSP Classroom? A Selection of Monographs on Successful
Practices.
While LSP has always been defined as student-oriented, the rationale behind this volume
is to turn attention to the much neglected role to the LSP practitioner. Such a turn has
been motivated by the fact that lots of LSP practitioners enter their jobs without previous
expertise. The primary goal of this volume is to offer considerations of what challenges
LSP practitioners face and should be prepared for in their jobs, and to provide
practice-tested methodological guidelines.
A number of papers on the classroom practice have been collected. Nevertheless, the
volume would also benefit from the following topics:
? Considerations of LSP practitioners’ roles and the problems they encounter in
constructing their professional identity (both theoretical and based on research
among LSP practitioners themselves).
? Exploration of LSP practitioner’s needs, including both pre-service and in-service
education. Papers can focus on the situation in your country.
Deadline for submission: 30 June 2020
Questions and papers to be addressed to Martina Vranova: vranova@fme.vutbr.cz

vranova@fme.vutbr.cz

Martina Vranova