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CALL FOR CHAPTERS


Pendekatan Integrasi Ilmu Naqli dan Aqli: ECNA 2015
EDITORS:
DR FARIZA PUTEH BEHAK
DR HALIZA HARUN
PROF MADYA DR ROSNI
DR NOOR SAAZAI MAT SAAD
UNIVERSITI SAINS ISLAM MALAYSIA
In relation to ECNA 2015, FPBU is publishing an edited book with the title Pendekatan
Integrasi Ilmu Naqli dan Aqli: ECNA 2015 (tentative). This book will outline all topics
that were discussed during the educational congress. Thus, we are inviting presenters to
submit full papers to be included in the book.
DEADLINE:
Authors are invited to submit their REVISED chapter according to the following deadline:
4 September 2015
Full paper submission (not more than 5000 words)
Please submit your documents (Word format) to fariza@usim.edu.my

FORMATTING

Please refer to page 2-4 for the full paper submission guideline. (Attached
document)

PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT ONLY PAPERS SUBMITTED WITHIN THE DEADLINE WILL BE
PUBLISHED.

Thank you.

Full paper submission Guidelines

PAPER TITLE
[TIMES NEW ROMAN 14, bold, centred, Upper Case]
Authors Name
[Times New Roman, 12-point, bold, centred]
Department, Name of the organisation
City, Country
First Author@institution.org

[Times Roman, 11-point, italics, centred]


Authors Name
[Times New Roman, 12-point, bold, centred]
Department, Name of the organisation
City, Country
Co-Author@institution.org

[Times Roman, 11-point, italics, centred]


Abstract [Times Roman, 11-point, bold, centred]
The following is the formatting requirements for full paper submission for paper/poste presentation for LEC 2014.
You are advised to adhere to the guidelines given to ensure that your paper follows the proper formatting indicated.
The abstract should be written in 10 pt Times New Roman. Single spacing is used and with justified alignment. The
abstract should briefly describe the work to be discussed in your paper presentation/poster hence it must be concise
and written in one paragraph. The abstract should be written in the language that the paper/poster will be presented
in the conference (Arabic, English or Malay). The abstract should contain brief descriptions of the research
purpose/s, method/s, relevant finding/s as well as conclusion or implication of the study. The length of an abstract
should be between 250-300 words. Finally, the author/s is also required to include a brief biographical statement (of
not more than 50 words) along with the abstract to be included in the conference proceedings.

Keywords: Not more than 5 keywords indicating the field, sub-filed and/or topic areas [Times New
Roman 11-point, italic, justified alignment].
INTRODUCTION [TIMES NEW ROMAN, 12-POINT, BOLD, UPPER CASE AND

LEFT ALIGNMENT]

This template provides author/s with the required formatting specifications needed for the paper to be
included in the conference proceedings. The full paper submitted should be written in pt 11 pt Times New
Roman and with justified alignment. The full paper should contain descriptions of the research purpose,
method/s, relevant finding/s as well as conclusion or implication of the study. The length of the paper
should not be more than 10 pages, including the reference and appendix sections. The page size should be
set using A4 (21cmx 29.7cm), with the margins (left, right, top and bottom margins) set at 2.5cm. It is
also important that the paper submitted for publication must be proofread for spelling and grammar.

SECTION GUIDELINES [TIMES NEW ROMAN, 12-POINT, BOLD, UPPER CASE


AND LEFT ALIGNMENT]

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The subsection/s must begin with a minimum of one line after the subsection title. The text in the
subsection/s should be written in 11 pt Times New Roman, single line spacing and justified.

Abbreviations and Acronyms [Times New Roman 12 point, bold and italic, left alignment and
capitalize the first letter]
Define abbreviations and acronyms the first time they are used in the text, even after they have been
defined in the abstract. Please avoid using abbreviations in the title or heads unless they are
necessary.

Figures and Tables [Times New Roman 12 point, bold and italic, left alignment and capitalize
the first letter]
Tables, figures, and graphics should be positioned at the centre and must be numbered accordingly. Each
table or figure must only be inserted after it is cited in the text. All figure and table labels must use 9 pt
Times New Roman.

Figures [Times New Roman 12 point, italic, left alignment and capitalize the first letter]
Figure captions should be below the figures as shown below.
The author is to use a text box when inserting a graphic. The graphic should also be accompanied by a
legend to provide a clearer explanation .
Figure 1. Example of a figure caption

Tables [Times New Roman 12 point, italic, left alignment and capitalize the first letter]
In addition, table heads should appear above the table, as shown below.
Table head
name

Number 1

Table 1. Example of Table Head


Table Column Head
Number 2
Number 3

Number 4

Page numbers and Footnotes [Times New Roman 12 point, bold and italic, left alignment and
capitalize the first letter]
Page numbers [Times New Roman 12 point, italic, left alignment and capitalize the first letter]
Page numbering for the paper should not be included.

References [Times New Roman 12 point, bold and italic, left alignment and capitalize the first
letter]
The list of the references should be given at the end of the paper. Kindly follow the 6th edition
writing conventions.
CONCLUSION/IMPLICATION OF STUDY GUIDELINES [TIMES NEW ROMAN, 12POINT, BOLD, UPPER CASE AND LEFT ALIGNMENT]

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The paper should end with a brief conclusion that highlights the important findings or propositions of the
discussion or finding/s. The author should also highlight the implication/s that may be relevant to the
discussion or finding/s.

REFERENCES [Times New Roman, 12-point, bold, left alignment]


Ahmed, M.K. (1994). Speaking as cognitive regulation: a Vygotskian perspective on dialogic
communication. In J.P. Lantolf & G. Appel (Eds.), Vygotskian approaches to second language
research. (pp. 157-172). USA: Ablex Publishing Cooperation.
Benati, A.G. (2013). The input processing theory in second language acquisition. In G. Mayo,
M.J.G. Mangado, & M.M. Adrin. Contemporary approaches to second language acquisition.
(pp.93-110). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Centeno-Corts, B., & Jimnez Jimnez, A. F. (2004). Problem-solving tasks in a foreign
language: the importance of L1 in private verbal thinking. International Journal of Applied
Linguistics, 14 (1), 735.
Comrie, B. (1985). Tense. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Lantolf, J.P. (2007a). Sociocultural theory: A unified approach to L2 learning and teaching. In J.
Cummins, & C. Davison (Eds.), International handbook of English language teaching: Part II.
(pp. 693-700). New York: Springer.
Lantolf, J. P. (2007b). Conceptual knowledge and instructed second language learning: A
sociocultural perspective. In S. Fotos, & H. Nassaji (Eds.), Form Focused instruction and
teacher education: Studies in honour of Rod Ellis. (pp. 35-54). Oxford: Oxford University Press.