The conference participants who wish to have their papers published in the reviewed thematic monograph entitled
Teaching Foreign Languages and Addressing the Specific Needs of Higher Education Students: New Trends, Challenges, Recommendations
are requested to submit the papers before November 7th 2016.
- The articles should be 10-16 pages long, Times New Roman font, standard indentation 2.5 cm
- In the right upper corner include your name and surname, affiliaton and mail address.
- The articles with original content, not published before in any monographs or journals should contain the abstracts of 180-250 words long.
- The abstracts should be followed with key terms (4-6 words).
- The article should be divided into the following sections: 1. Introduction; 2. 3. 4. etc. Sections with headings; 5. Conclusions or Final thoughts; 6. Bibliography.
- Principles for good practice in writing should be followed by the authors.
- Insert descriptions below figures and diagrams but insert descriptions above tables. Figures, diagrams and tables should be included in a separate file.
- Bibliographical entries should be in line with the examples provided below:
Skehan, P. 1989. Individual Differences in Second Language Learning. London: Hadder and Stoughton.
Articles or book chapters:
Stevick, E. 1999. Affect in learning and memory: from alchemy to chemistry. In J. Arnold, (ed.) Affect in Language Learning Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 43-57.
Epstein, S. 2015. The self-concept revisited. Or a theory of a theory. American Psychologist 28 (1), 401-416.
- The articles selected for the monograph will be reviewed. The authors of the articles will have 2 weeks to introduce all the corrections suggested by the reviewers.
- Please send your article electronically to the mail address specified below:
with the separate files with figures, charts and tables.