Conference Code: 19CA05ICCTUG
Conference Aims and Objectives
The ICCTUG 2019: 21st International Conference on Chomsky's Theory and Universal Grammar
aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Chomsky's Theory and Universal Grammar. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Chomsky's Theory and Universal Grammar.
Call for Contributions
All honorable authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research abstracts, papers and e-posters. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Chomsky's Theory and Universal Grammar are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. The conference solicits contributions of abstracts, papers and e-posters that address themes and topics of the conference, including figures, tables and references of novel research materials.WASET
Federated conference series is an event that brings together significant number of recurring events; academic conferences, symposia, workshops, special sessions, and plenary talks in the field of science and technology since inception in 1999. Each event may run over any span of time within the conference days.
All submitted conference papers will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. The peer-reviewed conference proceedings are indexed in the International Science Index (ISI)
, Google Scholar
, Semantic Scholar
, and other index databases. The conference abstracts and proceedings book, CD and certificate of presentation will be distributed to participants at the conference registration desk. Impact Factor Indicators
Special Journal Issues
has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Chomsky's Theory and Universal Grammar
A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered for the special journal issues. All submitted papers will have the opportunity to be considered for this Special Journal Issue. The paper selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the conference presentation stage. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The final decision for paper selection will be made based on peer review reports by the Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief jointly. Selected full-text papers will be published online free of charge.
Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities
The Conference offers the opportunity to become a conference sponsor or exhibitor. To participate as a sponsor or exhibitor, please download and complete the Conference Sponsorship Request Form
|Abstracts/Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline
||July 11, 2018
|Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
||October 30, 2018
|Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission & Early Bird Registration Deadline
||April 11, 2019
||May 11 - 12, 2019
Please ensure your submission meets the conference's strict guidelines for accepting scholarly papers. Downloadable versions of the check list for
Please refer to the Paper Submission GUIDE
before submitting your paper.
Selected Conference Papers
1) Evaluating the Role of Multisensory Elements in Foreign Language AcquisitionSari Myréen 2) Teaching Linguistic Humour Research Theories: Egyptian Higher Education EFL Literature ClassesO. F. Elkommos 3) Graphic Animation: Innovative Language Learning for Autistic Children Norfishah Mat Rabi, Rosma Osman, Norziana Mat Rabi 4) Age and Second Language Acquisition: A Case Study from MaldivesAaidha Hammad 5) The Intonation of Romanian Greetings: A Sociolinguistics ApproachAnca-Diana Bibiri, Mihaela Mocanu, Adrian Turculeț 6) Peer Corrective Feedback on Written Errors in Computer-Mediated CommunicationS. H. J. Liu 7) Comparing the Willingness to Communicate in a Foreign Language of Bilinguals and MonolingualsS. Tarighat, F. Shateri 8) Collocation Errors in English as Second Language (ESL) Essay WritingFatima Muhammad Shitu 9) English Classroom for SLA of Students and Small and Medium Entrepreneurs in ThailandS. Yordchim, G. Anugkakul, T. Gibbs 10) Crossing Borders: In Research and Business CommunicationE. Podhovnik 11) Models and Metamodels for Computer-Assisted Natural Language Grammar LearningEvgeny Pyshkin, Maxim Mozgovoy, Vladislav Volkov 12) Contextual Distribution for Textual AlignmentYuri Bizzoni, Marianne Reboul 13) English Language Teaching and Learning Analysis in IranF. Zarrabi, J. R. Brown 14) Grading and Sequencing Tasks in Task-Based Syllabus: A Critical Look at Criterion SelectionHossein Ahmadi, Ogholgol Nazari 15) Investigating Interference Errors Made by Azzawia University 1st year Students of English in Learning English PrepositionsAimen Mohamed Almaloul
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