LINGUIST List 12.512

Fri Feb 23 2001

Confs: The Japan Second Language Association

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Message 1: The Japan Second Language Association: Foundation Conf

Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 17:18:24 +0900
From: waka <wakagpwu.ac.jp>
Subject: The Japan Second Language Association: Foundation Conf

The Foundation Conference of the Japan Second Language Association
(J-SLA)

Date: March 24, 2001
Place: Center for Education and Research of Lifelong Learning
Shizuoka University (836 Ohya, Shizuoka, Japan)
Fee: members(general & student) 1,000 yen
 non-members		 6,000yen
 Banquet			 3,000yen
Language: Japanese
Program:
12:45-13:15 Arrival
13:15-14:15 Commemorative Lecture: "SLA Research as a Cognitive Science
" 
 Yukio OTSU (Keio University)
14:20-14:50 Paper Presentation: "The Age Factor in SLA: the Acquisition
of Quantifier Linking Structures in Japanese"
 Tomohiko SHIRAHATA (Shizuoka University)
14:50-15:20 Paper Presentation: "An Approach to SLA from the Perspective
of Brain Science"
 Yuichi TOMITA (Fukushima University)
15:20-15:50 Paper Presentation: "Causes for the Omission of Inflectional
Morphemes in SLA"
 Shigenori WAKABAYASHI(Gunma Prefectural Women's University)
16:00-17:20 Panel Discussion
 "Second Language Acquisition Research and Me"
 Co-ordinator: Yuichi TOMITA (Fukushima University)
 Panellists: Makiko HIRAKAWA (Tokyo International University)
 Masanori MATSUMURA (Aichi Prefectural
			University)
 Yoshie YAMASHITA (Naruto University of
			Education)
17:25-18:10 Plenary meeting
18:20-20:00 Banquet
If you are interested in participating the conference, please send an
email to Shigenori Wakabayashi at wakagpwu.ac.jp.
Please visit our homepage:
http://www.kuwana.ne.jp/hidekiy/J-SLA/Index_Japanese.html
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