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LINGUIST List 25.281

Thu Jan 16 2014

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition/USA

Editor for this issue: Xiyan Wang <xiyanlinguistlist.org>

Date: 16-Jan-2014
From: Linda Lemus <llemusemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: 13th Annual Second Language Acquisition & Teaching (SLAT) Roundtable
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13th Annual Second Language Acquisition & Teaching (SLAT) Roundtable
Short Title: SLAT

Date: 28-Feb-2014 - 01-Mar-2014
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Contact: Linda Lemus
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://slat.arizona.edu/slat-interdisciplinary-roundtable

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

13th SLAT Roundtable 2014

The Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) Student Association announces the 13th Annual SLAT Roundtable at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. James Gee, Arizona State University

Plenary Address: Dr. Leisy T. Wyman, University of Arizona



Friday, February 28th

Dr. Richard Ruiz, University of Arizona

Poster Session: 1:55pm-2:55pm

Rika Aoki
English VOT Production by Japanese University Students

Sandra Lynn Bruce
'We Became Strangers to Ourselves': The Destabilization of Identity in Second Language Development

Yoshifumi Fukada
An ESL Speaker's TL-mediated Socialization in the Skimboarding Affinity Space

Tara Hashemi
The Use of Ads in a Foreign Language Classroom

Elizabeth A Hubbs
Decolonization of Hong Kong Language Policies: Historical and Social Change

Joseph Kern
In Her Own Voice: Ellen DeGeneres's Agency for Equality

Mariia Khorosheva
Two Writing Classes: Teaching Approaches, Student Collaboration and Writing Development

Peter A Obukadeta
L2 Collocations: A Problematic Linguistic Phenomenon?

Denise Osborne
Perception of English /h/ and /ɹ/ by Brazilian Portuguese speakers

Rumiko Shinzato
A Report on a Web-based, Song-based Courseware

Mohammed Shormani
Collocability Difficulty: A Psycholinguistic Study in Search of a Solution

Yoko Suzuki
The Uses of GET in Japanese Learners and Native Speaker Writing

Session 1
Panel Presentations: 3:00-4:20pm

Issues in Teacher and Peer Feedback on L2 Student Writing
Sonja Fordham, Jennifer Slinkard, & Hope Anderson

Children's and Adolescent Literature in Second Language Acquisition
Brian Hibbs & Elaine Yee

Session 2
Presentations: 4:25-4:55pm

Are All Adjectives Equal? Implications for Learners of Business English
Robert Poole & Gustave Hahn-Powell

Reconceptualizing 'Native/Nonnative' as Performative Identities: Implications for SLA Research Practices
M'Balia Thomas

The Acquisition of Modality by Francophone EFL and ESL learners
Dalila Ayoun & Charlène Gilbert

Plenary Address: 5:00-6:00pm
Dr. Leisy T. Wyman

Saturday, March 1st:
Workshops: 9:00-10:15am

Bringing Drama into your Classroom
Denise M. Osborne

Using Content-Based Approaches to Teach Linguistics in L2 Romance Languages
Lorraine R. Denma, Marcos Miguel Nausica, & Brett D. Wells

Engaging Students with Task-based Activities
Ka Yu Chong

Session 3
Presentations: 10:20-10:50am

Research/Development of Inverted-type Pedagogy in American Sign Language Course
Jody H. Cripps, Ronald Fenicle, Sheryl B. Cooper, Aimee Sever, & Elayne Fife

'Style-shifting while Honking': Public Transportation Drivers' Community of Practice
Osman Solmaz

Is English Morphology Salient to L2 English Readers?
Rachel E. Kraut

Keynote Address: 11:00am-12:30pm
Language, the World, and Games: A New Theory of Discourse Analysis
Dr. James P. Gee

Session 4
Presentations: 1:30-2:00pm

An Ecological Analysis of Digital Game- Mediated Second Language Learning
Jinjing Zhao

International Students' Agentive TL-mediated Socialization in Their Affinity Space
Yoshifumi Fukada

Can We Enhance Word Recognition Fluency?
Lance P. Burrows

Session 5
Presentations: 2:05pm-2:35pm

'English is the bad guy'
Seonsook Park & Michael Schwartz

Identity on Facebook Group Page, 'Saudis in USA'
Asma Alsahil & Amani Alageel

Grammatical Gender and Agreement in Italian: A Corpus Study
Stefano Maranzana & Dalila Ayoun

Session 6
Presentations: 2:40-3:10pm

¿Qué es este label? Language and Identity in a Dual Immersion Classroom
Trudie McEvoy

Intercultural Competence: A Study of Pragmatic Failures
Adnan Yılmaz

Production of Scrambled Sentences by L2 Learners of Japanese
Yasumasa Shigenaga

Session 7
Panel Presentation: 3:15-4:35pm

Distinctive Diglossias and Ideologies in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China
Ka Yu Chong, Elizabeth Ann Hubbs, & Xiao Wen Nie

New Literacies, Old Beliefs: Challenges and Opportunities for FL Education
Kristen Michelson, Elyse Petit, & Malena Samaniego

Closing Remarks: 4:35pm
Dr. Robert Ariew

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