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Confs: L1 & L2 Acquisition/Spanish & Portugese

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Message 1: 1999 Conference on L1 & L2 Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese

Date: Sun, 15 Aug 1999 12:26:46 -0500
From: Cristina Sanz <sanzcgusun.georgetown.edu>
Subject: 1999 Conference on L1 & L2 Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese

1999 Conference on L1 & L2 Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese
October 8-10, 1999
Georgetown University
Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Conference Organizers:
H�ctor Campos, Elena Herburger, Ronald P. Leow,
Alfonso Morales-Front, Cristina Sanz, Thomas J. Walsh

Sponsors:
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Georgetown College
Graduate School
McGraw-Hill
Education Office, Embassy of Spain

For further information:
(202) 687- 6134

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1999

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Classroom Research (Interaction).

02:30-03:00
Shinichi Izumi, Simona Maciukaite, Catherine Doughty, Georgetown
University, Gabriela Zapata, The Pennsylvania State University: Recasts,
focused recasts, and models: Effects on L2 Spanish word order
03:00-03:30
Mar�a Jos� de la Fuente, Duke University: El paradigma interactivo en ASL y
su aplicaci�n a la adquisici�n de vocabulario del espa�ol: El valor de la
negociaci�n en la adquisici�n l�xica
03:30-04:00
Dale Koike, University of Texas at Austin: Multiple layers of reality:
Interaction in the Spanish L2 context
04:00-04:30
Manel Lacorte, University of Maryland at College Park: Identidad social y
pedag�gica en el aprendizaje de una lengua extranjera: Perspectivas del
profesor de espa�ol

Classroom Research (Lexicon/Morphosyntax).

05:00-05:30
Paul D. Toth, University of Pittsburgh: Lexical and morphosyntactic
preemption in instructed L2 Spanish
05:30-06:00
Regina Morin, Joseph Goebel, Jr., College of New Jersey: Vocabulary
acquisition in basic language courses: Teaching strategies or teaching
words?
06:00-06:30
Joe Barcroft, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: L2 Spanish
lexical acquisitions as affected by learning strategies and L2
classroom-based factors


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1999

Bilingualism.

09:00-09:30
Almeida Jacqueline Toribio, University of California at Santa Barbara: On
the correlation between Spanish-English code-switching and native Spanish
language attrition and loss
09:30-10:00
Liliana S�nchez, Carnegie Mellon University/Universidad Cat�lica del Per�:
Morphosyntactic representations in L1 and L2/bilingual speakers in language
contact situations
10:00-10:30
Andoni Barre�a, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain: Estructuras subordinadas
en ni�os biling�es vasco-espa�oles

UG. APPROACHES TO LG. ACQUISITION

11:00-11:30
J. M. Liceras, Y. Marin, C. Mongeon, University of Ottawa, Canada, L. Diaz,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain: N-Drop and determiners in native and
non-native Spanish syntax: More on the role of morphology in the
acquisition of syntactic knowledge
11:30-12:00
Joyce Bruhn de Garavito, University of Western Ontario, Canada, Lydia
White, McGill University, Canada: L2 acquisition of Spanish DPS: Evidence
against failed features
12:00-12:30
Claudia Brovetto, Georgetown University: Determiners and clitics in the
acquisition of Spanish
12:30-01:00
Linda Escobar, Anne Gavarr�, Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona, Spain: The
acquisition of Catalan clitics and its implications for complex verb
structure

Classroom Research (Writing).

03:00-03:30
Elizabeth Howard, Michael Loeb, Center for Applied Linguistics: Comparing
the Spanish narrative writing development of third-grade native Spanish
speakers and native English speakers in two-way immersion programs
03:30-04:00
Arnulfo G. Ram�rez, Louisiana State University: Development of narrative
competence in Spanish as L2

Language Influence/Planning.

04:30-05:00
Roc�o Dom�nguez, Carnegie Mellon University: How might Quechua have
influenced Spanish in South Andean Peru
05:00-05:30
Gracia Pi�ero, Mar�a Jes�s Garc�a, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran
Canaria, Spain: Dificultad en la adquisici�n del morfema de voz pasiva
espa�ol: Contextos sint�cticos que manifiestan la penetraci�n de la lengua
inglesa
05:30-06:00
Mary Holbrock, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Learning to read
and write in Spanish as a second language: The literacy acquisition
experiences of ten Guatemalan Mayans

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1999

Tense/Aspect.

09:00-09:30
Joaquim Camps, University of Florida: Preterit and imperfect in Spanish:
The early stages of development
09:30-10:00
Silvina Montrul, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Roumyana
Slabakova, University of Iowa: Acquiring semantic properties of preterit
and imperfect tenses in L2 Spanish
10:00-10:30
Paz Gonz�lez, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands: Perfectivity between
inner and outer aspect in Spanish: Its repercussions in L2 learning

Classroom Research (Reading).

11:00-11:30
James F. Lee, Indiana University: Reading as input for the acquisition of
clitics in Spanish
11:30-12:00
Dolly Jesusita Young, University of Tennessee: The relationship between
reading anxiety and reading comprehension
12:00-12:30
Frances H. Mecartty, University of Denver: The effects of modality on
content recall by intermediate and advanced students in Spanish
12:30-01:00
Diana Pulido, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Investigating
learner and text factors in L2 incidental vocabulary acquisition

Study Abroad.

03:00-03:30
Christina Isabelli, Illinois Wesleyan University: A study on the
development of oral communication skills in the study abroad context
03:30-04:00
Ana P�rez-Leroux, University of Toronto, Canada, Nicole Houser, Tammy
Hertel, Rafael Salaberry, The Pennsylvania State University: The
grammatical impact of the Spanish abroad experience

Classroom Research (Computer-based).

04:30-05:00
Rebecca Bearden, University of Texas at Austin: Interaction and production
in computer-assisted versus face-to-face discussion in a Spanish foreign
language classroom
05:00-05:30
Robert Blake, University of California at Davis: Networked negotiation of
meaning-computer mediated communication for L2 learners of Spanish
05:30-06:00
Cristina Sanz, Gorky Cruz, Georgetown University: Tres usos del ordenador
en adquisici�n de ELE: Dos bases de datos y un estudio experimental


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1999

Parameter resetting.

09:00-09:30
Casilde A. Isabelli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: A new look
at the NSP in SLA
09:30-10:00
Dalila Ayoun, University of Arizona: Parameter resetting in L2 Spanish:
Evidence from computerized elicitation tasks
10:00-10:30
Ana P�rez-Leroux, University of Toronto, Canada, Gillian Lord, The
Pennsylvania State University: Possessor doubling in the Spanish
interlanguage

Classroom Research (Morphosyntax).

11:00-11:30
Joseph Collentine, Northern Arizona University: Syntactic development as a
predictor of morphological abilities in FL learners of Spanish
11:30-12:00
Elena Rosa, Georgetown University: A cognitive approach to task-based
research: Explicitness, awareness, and L2 development
12:00-12:30
Andrew Wiesinger, Cheryl Wangler, Stephen Grimsley, Indiana University: The
role of context in attenuating the first noun strategy
12:30-01:00
Nuria Sagarra, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: The role of
syntactic modifications on L2 oral comprehension


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1999

Verbs.

09:00-09:30
Pilar Duran, Boston University: Verbal morphology in early Spanish
09:30-10:00
Silvina Montrul, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Causative
psych verbs in L2 Spanish
10:00-10:30
Kimberly Geeslin, Indiana University: A new approach to the study of the
SLA of copula choice in Spanish

Phonology.

11:00-11:30
Jo�o Costa, M. Jo�o Freitas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal: On the
representation of nasal vowels: Evidence from Portuguese children's data
11:30-12:00
Mary Zampini, Connie Clarke, Kerry P. Green, University of Arizona:
Language experience and the perception of stop consonant voicing in Spanish
and English
12:00-12:30
Mark Overstreet, Robert Duff, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign:
Perception of a new set of sounds: Do students hear what teachers say?

Lexicon.

12:00-12:30
Mar�a Ram�rez-Mayberry, University of Texas at Austin: Semantic relations
in articles in Spanish interlanguage
12:30-01:00
Nancy Alamo Su�rez, Centro de Lingu�stica Aplicada, Cuba: A prop�sito de un
estudio sobre el l�xico funcional de los escolares cubanos



Cristina Sanz
Assistant Professor of Catalan & Spanish Applied Linguistics
Director, Intensive Spanish Program
Georgetown University
http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/sanzc
202-687-7213
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