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Manuscript Submission Guidelines

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Journal of Chinese Language Teaching is a refereed, international journal focusing on language structure analysis, language acquisition, teaching theory, teaching methods related to Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. Submissions on empirical studies and e-learning are welcome as well. Contributions may be in the form of original research articles or book reviews.

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Journal of Chinese Language Teaching includes four issues per year (March, June, September and December.) Manuscripts written in either Chinese or English will be accepted for review. Manuscripts must be neither previously officially published nor simultaneously submitted elsewhere.

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Each submission must include a cover sheet which contains the following elements: (a) title of the manuscript; (b) complete name(s) of the author(s); (c) title, affiliation, and contact information for each author. A cover sheet is available at http://www.wcla.org.tw/

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As applicable, all submissions should be accompanied by abstracts of within two hundred words, in both English and Chinese. The abstracts should be supplied with five or six key words.

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Submissions must be typed, using Microsoft Word 6.0 (or later version). Chinese-language manuscripts (typed using the “Unicode” input mode) should be kept to 10,000~20,000 characters, and 25 single-spaced pages. English-language manuscripts should be kept to within 25 single-spaced pages.

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To facilitate the blind review process, the author’s name should appear only on the cover sheet, not on the title page; all identifying information should be removed from the body of the paper.

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 Please e-mail your articles in both Word document and PDF files to wcla04@gmail.com.

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Copies of any letters granting permission to use or reproduce copyrighted materials are the author’s responsibility and should be submitted with the manuscript.

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The author should retain a copy because manuscripts submitted to JCLT will not be returned.

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The author will be informed of the status of their article once the peer reviews have been received and processed. Reviewer comments will be sent to the author

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Once an article has been accepted for publication, the author will receive further instructions regarding revision and submission of the final copy before the deadline.

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The editors have the right to make editorial changes in any manuscript accepted for publication.

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The author whose articles are published in this journal agree to the following uses of their works:

a. The articles can be published either on paper or in digital format.

b. The articles can be printed, digitized, reproduced, transmitted on the Internet, downloaded on permits, browsed, sold, or provided for information.

c. The articles can be accessed in the database of National Library and other information providers.

d. The necessary format alteration of the articles is allowed to meet requirements of the systems.

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After a manuscript has been published, its author will receive 10 complimentary off-prints plus two copies of the journal volume in which the article appears. (Honoraria are not available.).

15. Based on user-pays principle and necessity of sustainable development and preservation of academic quality, the author will be charged NTD2,000 once the manuscript is accepted for published. Members of WCLA have the discount 20% off. Please transfer to WCLA bank account after receiving notification of publication. The manuscript will not be published if  the publication fee has not been transferred on time.

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Style sheet

(1)All manuscripts must be typewritten throughout on one side only of A4 paper, and single-spaced. Times New Roman must be used as the font (An example is available at http://www.wcla.org.tw/).

(2)        Begin article sections with “1”. Order the sections as follows:

1.

1.1

1.1.1

(3)Order examples like this:

(1)

(2)   a.

a'.

Assign examples consecutive numbers continuing throughout the document; do not renumber from “(1)” for each section of the article.

(4)Use footnotes (not endnotes). An asterisk (*) at the end of the article title will refer to a footnote for acknowledgments; thereafter, all footnotes will be in an uninterrupted, numeric sequence, beginning with “1”.

(5)Times New Roman is the working font for journal articles, with italic and bold styles reserved for special marking. A proliferation of fonts in a document is frowned upon.

(6)The reference list follows the guidelines below. English entries should be listed first, followed by the Chinese entries in alphabetical order of the author’s surname. Chinese references should be translated into English.

(7)Use the following format in a reference list, or refer to the format of Language and Linguistics published by Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica (Taiwan):

Anderson, J. N. D. (ed). 1950. The World’s Religions. London: Inter-Varsity Press.

Babyonyshev, Maria, and Edward Gibson. 1995. Processing overload in Japanese. Papers on Language and Acquisition, eds. by Carson T. Schutze, Jennifer B. Ganger & Kevin Broihier, 1-35. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Chomsky, Noam. 1995. The Minimalist Program. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Calvin, John. 1996. The Bondage and Liberation of the Will: A Defence of the Orthodox Doctrine of Human Choice against Pighius, ed. by A. N. S. Lane, translated by G. I. Davies. Grand Rapids: Baker.

Chang, Henry Y. 2009. Adverbial verb constructions in Tsou. Paper presented at the Workshop on Formosan Languages, March 27, 2009. Kaohsiung: National Kaohsiung Normal University.

Clark, Eve. V. 1973. What’s in a word? On the child’s acquisition of semantics in his first language. Cognitive Development and the Acquisition of Language, ed. by T. E. Moore, 65-110. New York: Academic Press.

Lin, Jimmy. 2004. Even Structure and the Encoding of Arguments: The syntax of the Mandarin and English Verb Phrase. Ph.D. Dissertation, MIT, Cambridge.

Mittwoch, Anita. 1971. Idioms and unspecified NP deletion. Linguistic Inquiry 2: 255-259.

Ungerer, Friedrich, and Hans-Jörg Schmid. 2006. An Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics (2nd ed.). London: Longman.

Zhang, Niina. 2009. Syntactic properties of numeral classifiers in Mandarin Chinese. Talk given on April 10, at the Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Chung Cheng University. Accessed online, December 1, 2009. http:// www.ccunix.ccu.edu.tw/~lngnz/index.files/May%202009.pdf

王力。1954。《中國現代語法》。北京:中華書局。[Wang, Li. 1954. Modern Chinese Grammar. Beijing: Zhonghua Press.]

牟正蘊。2003。〈電腦寫作與初級漢語〉,《第三屆全球華文網路教育研討會論文集》。臺北:行政院僑務委員會。[Mou, Sherry J. 2003. Integrating writing into elementary Chinese. The Third International Conference on Internet Chinese Edu-cation. Taiwan: The Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission Press.]

張麗麗。2003。〈動詞複合與象似性〉,《語言暨語言學》,第4卷第1期,1-27[Chang, Li-li. 2003. Verb compounding and iconicity. Language and Linguistics 4.1: 1-27.]

望月圭子。2004。《動詞的使動與啟動交替:漢、日語的對照研究》。國立清華大學博士論文。[Mochizuki, Keiko. 2004. Causative and Inchoative Alternation: Comparative Studies on Verbs in Chinese and Japanese. Ph. D. Dissertation, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu.]

吳堅立、白鷺。2011。〈海外中學漢語語法教學〉,發表於第十屆世界華語文教學研討會(2011.12)。臺北。[Wu, James, and Lu Bai. 2011. Chinese grammar teaching in western schools. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Chinese Language Teaching (2011.12). Taipei. ]

張黎(編)。2007。《經貿漢語課程研究》。北京商務印書館。 [Zhang, L.(ed). 2007. Research in Curriculum of Economic and Trading Chinese. Beijing: The Commercial Press.]

 

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