LINGUIST List 25.870|
Thu Feb 20 2014
Calls: Language Acquisition, Applied Ling, Psycholing, Socioling/France
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Celine Horgues <celine.horguesuniv-paris3.fr>
Subject: Learning a Second Language: Spoken Interaction between Native and Non-native Speakers
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Full Title: Learning a Second Language: Spoken Interaction between Native and Non-native Speakers
Date: 20-Jun-2014 - 21-Jun-2014
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Celine Horgues
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2014
Studies on second language (L2) learning often focus on teacher-student interaction in an institutional setting. However, it is well known that other types of interaction can help speakers learn a second language: for example, interaction between non-native speakers and interaction between native and non-native speakers outside the traditional context of the language classroom.
This workshop will focus on spoken interaction between speakers of different languages. We are particularly interested in inter-disciplinary and multimodal approaches to the topic. Some relevant areas of investigation are suggested in the (non-exhaustive) list below.
- Phonetics and phonology: Accommodation, fossilisation, phonetic correction (auto-correction and hetero-correction), foreigner talk, L1 interference
- Gesture: Gestures made by L2 learners, frame and stance, the use of gesture space by L2 learners
- Acquisition and didactics: Complexity, linguistic correction and fluency, meta-discourse
- Interaction and conversation analysis: Meaning negotiation and communicative strategies, code switching
- Psycholinguistics: Motivation, self-confidence, individual differences and variation
- Socio-cultural approaches to acquisition: Inter-cultural considerations, learning traditions, biases and expectations, linguistic and socio-cultural identity, savoir-être, languages in contact
Invited speaker: Prof. Ulrike Gut, University of Münster
Call for Papers:
SITAF Project: Young Researchers Innovative Project, Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
Workshop, June 20 and 21, 2014
Sorbonne Nouvelle University (Paris 3)
PRISMES (EA4398) - SeSyLiA
Participants are invited to present research that uses spoken language data.
As part of the workshop, we will also be running a session exploring data from the SITAF corpus. These data target the processes of interaction and acquisition during French-English tandem conversations.
A selection of data from the corpus will be made available to participants who might be interested in watching and/or analysing it. This selection will comprise video and audio extracts, as well as written transcriptions. It will be accessible as of mid-January (please register your interest by email).
Deadline for abstract submission: 31 March 2014
Abstract: 500 words (excluding references), to be sent as .pdf or .doc documents. Two versions are to be sent: one that includes the name, surname and affiliation of the author(s), and another that does not.
Oral presentations: in French or English (20 mins + discussion 10 mins)
Notification of acceptance: 30 April, 2014
Contact: celine.horguesuniv-paris3.fr, sylwia.scheueruniv-paris3.fr
Organising Committee: Members of the SITAF project
M. Adda-Decker (CNRS/Univ. Paris 3), J. Aden (Univ. du Maine), E. Delais-Roussarie (CNRS/Univ. Paris 7), P. Griggs (Univ. Lyon 2), H. Hilton (Univ. Lyon 2), C. Horgues (Univ. Paris3), C. Kramsch (Univ. of Berkeley), B. Kühnert (Univ. Paris 3), J. Mompean (Univ. de Murcia, Espagne), C. Pillot (Univ. Paris 3), A. Morgenstern (Univ. Paris 3), S. Harrison (The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China), Y. Rose (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada), S. Scheuer (Univ. Paris 3), C. Tardieu (Univ. Paris 3)
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