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L'enseignement comme action située

Enseñanza Situada

Situierte Lehre

18th issue of "Verbum et Lingua"

Revue « Verbum et Lingua », numéro 18

Revista «Verbum et Lingua»

Wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift "Verbum et Lingua"

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Published on Monday, October 19, 2020 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

Issue 18 of Verbum et Lingua will publish research and reflection articles on Situated Teaching. We welcome articles that focus on the various emerging pedagogical practices in language teaching that embrace experiential, reflective practice, situated projects,problem-based learning, etc. This paradigm presents new challenges for schools, teachers and learners and raises a series of questions: What consequences does this pedagogical proposal imply for teachers, both in their training and in their practice? What consequences does it represent for the learner? How does it transform the school in its relationship with society?

Announcement

Argument

Issue 18 of Verbum et Lingua will publish research and reflection articles on Situated Teaching.

We welcome articles that focus on the various emerging pedagogical practices in language teaching that embrace experiential, reflective practice, situated projects,problem-based learning, etc.

This paradigm presents new challenges for schools, teachers and learners and raises a series of questions: What consequences does this pedagogical proposal imply for teachers, both in their training and in their practice? What consequences does it represent for the learner? How does it transform the school in its relationship with society? Are its foundations valid in response to the Learning andKnowledge Society? Does it respond to a type of local identity? National identity?Universal identity? Does it shape a different type of social actor? What experiences have been carried out with this educational paradigm both in the training of foreign language teachers and in language teaching? Has virtuality brought new challenges on a pedagogical level? What reflections have emerged from the proposal for virtuality so generalized in 2020? We would be interested in receiving articles that show the path traveled along this paradigm and its validity in the face of new societal challenges.

Presentation of the journal

Verbum et Lingua: Didáctica, lengua y cultura is a biannual electronic journal published by the Department of Modern Languages of the University of Guadalajara. Its main objective is to publish unpublished research and reflection articles on didactics, linguistics and cultural studies, written by specialists, (young) researchers of all nationalities. The target audience is anyone interested in knowledge, research, language and cultural aspects.

How to submit articles

Articles submitted to the journal must be original and unpublished and must not have been submitted for review to other journals. Contributions are received in French, Spanish, German, English and Italian. Papers should be sent to the following address: verbum.udg@gmail.com.

Deadline for submission of articles: November 30th, 2020

Notification of receipt: five days after received

Expected publication: July 1st, 2021

Issue Coordinator

  • MARQUEZ Humberto, University of Guadalajara - Mexico

Editorial Policy

Verbum et Lingua publishes original contributions (in German, English, Spanish, French and Italian) in open access, which means that all content is available free of charge to the user or his/her institution. Users may read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full text of articles, or use them for any other legal purpose, without requesting prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

Recommendations to authors

For an article that is a theoretical and fundamental contribution: Title, Name and surname of the author, Institution of origin, e-mail address, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction (justification of the topic, problems, scientific hypotheses/objectives, approach), Articulated development, Conclusion, Bibliographic references.

For an article resulting from field research: Title, Author's first and last name, Institution of origin, e-mail address, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Bibliographical references.

Once the editorial board has verified that the contributions meet the basic requirements of the journal, the texts will be sent to external peers of the University of Guadalajara for evaluation. The articles will be evaluated according to criteria of relevance, originality, research rigor, and novelty. Peer reviewers may accept without modifications, accept with minor modifications, accept with major modifications, or reject the proposed articles. In all cases, the journal will inform the authors of the decision of the editorial board by e-mail. If the article is accepted with modifications, the author has two weeks to present the new version with the modifications indicated by the reviewers. Once the article has been accepted, the authors must sign a letter of authorization to the journal Verbum et Lingua: Didactica, Lengua y Cultura, in which they assign the publication rights of their articles to the journal.

Contributions must respect the following rules:

Presentation of the document

Format

The text should be presented with a letter-size page configuration, two and a half centimeter margins, justified paragraphs, 1.5 line spacing (no additional spaces between paragraphs), 12 point Arial font.

Linguistic articles with special characters must also be attached in a PDF file.

Extension. Articles should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words long, including the abstract, references and quotations. The Editorial Committee reserves the right to consider particular cases. Authors of articles are recommended that no more than 20% of the words in the full text be used for references and annexes.

If the author of the contribution writes in a foreign language, we request that his/her text be reviewed by a native speaker with linguistic knowledge and preferably from the area.

Title. Articles should have the title in the language of the paper and its respective translation into English. If the language of the paper is English, then a Spanish translation should be submitted.

Abstract and keywords. Articles must include an abstract in the language in which the work is submitted (maximum 250 words) and keywords (maximum five). Both the abstract and keywords must be translated into English.

Structure. The sections of the text must maintain the following structure:

Title

Summary

Keywords

Summary (in other language)

Keywords (in other language)

1. Introduction

2. Paragraph title

2.1. Sub-section title

3. Paragraph title

3.1 Title of the sub-section (and so on with the following sections and sub-sections)

4. Conclusion

Notes should be included inside the text

Schemes and images should be visible and with the source, also integrated into the body of the text.

Quotes and references

Textual quotations of less than forty words are incorporated into the text in quotation marks. Quotations of forty words or more are included in a separate paragraph and indented. The font size in these quotes is eleven points and single-spaced.

Similarly, for quotations, the author may leave the quotation in the source language or investigate whether the translation already exists in the language he or she is publishing or translate it and say "the translation is mine".

The references in the body of the text are presented in parentheses with the following information: author, year and page (Arias, 2016, p. 35).

Footnotes will be used only for marginal comments from the author and should be brief, avoiding excessive use. The font size is ten points and single line spacing. The number of the note is after the punctuation mark.

Graphs, charts, diagrams and figures must be original, numbered and accompanied by a footnote explanation. Photographs, if not original, must have their respective reproduction rights.

The list of bibliographic references should go at the end of the article and only the works that are cited in it should be included.

To quote books:

Gutierrez Cham, G. (2014). Mythical Discourse in The Kingdom of this World. Guadalajara: University of Guadalajara.

For book chapters:

Ramos Godínez, M. (2016). Argumentative analysis of the omniscient character, Celaya, in the novel Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros. In G. Gutiérrez Cham, G. Mugford Fowler and R. H. Yáñez Rosales (Coords.), Argumentación discursiva en textos orales y escritos (pp. 41-71). Guadalajara: University of Guadalajara.

For magazine articles:

Márquez Estrada, H. (2013). Uses and abuses in the evaluation from a product derived from the Common European Framework of Reference. Verbum et Lingua, 3: 35-56.

For further details see APA standards, 6th edition (2010).

Places

  • CUCSH - Guanajuato #1045, planta baja
    Guadalajara, Mexican Republic (44260)

Date(s)

  • Monday, November 30, 2020

Keywords

  • enseignement, action située

Contact(s)

  • Humberto Márquez Humberto Márquez
    courriel : verbum [dot] udg [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Humberto Marquez
    courriel : verbum [dot] udg [at] gmail [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« Situated Teaching », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, October 19, 2020, https://calenda.org/809331

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