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Message 1: Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993

Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1993 15:04 EST Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993
From: Helen Karn <HKARNguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993

Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1993

 Strategic Interaction and Language Acquisition:
 Theory, Practice, and Research
 in honor of the late Robert J. Di Pietro

 Conference and Pre-sessions: March 9 - 13, 1993
 Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

 Chaired by James E. Alatis, Dean
 School of Languages and Linguistics,
 Georgetown University

 Opening Session:
 Wednesday, March 10, 1993. 7:30 pm

 Georgetown University Conference Center Ballroom

 Plenary Speakers:

 Stephen Krashen, University of Southern California
 Some unexpected consequences of the Input Hypothesis
 Catherine E. Snow, Harvard University
 Learning from input in L1 and L2

 Reception following the Opening Session

 Preliminary Program

 Georgetown University Conference Center (Admission by badge only)

 Thursday, March 11, 1993

Plenary speaker:

Suzanne Flynn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Marriage for life: Theory, practice and research

Guest Speakers:

Anna Uhl Chamot, Georgetown University Language Research Project and
J. Michael O'Malley, Prince William County Schools
 Teaching for strategic learning: Theory and practice

Catherine Doughty, Georgetown University
 Fine tuning of feedback by competent speakers to language learners

Ruth M. Jackson, University of Delaware
 Using Strategic Interaction in the teaching of writing

James P. Lantolf, Cornell University
 Vygotsky and Bakhtin in the second language classroom:
 A case for Strategic Interaction

Don R. McCreary, University of Georgia
 A typology of lexicographical errors in Japanese-English dictionaries

Elahe Mir-Djalali, University of California, Berkeley
 Strategic Interaction: Issues and application to second
 language teaching and acquisition

Joan Morley, The University of Michigan
 Interactive listening and communication: Activities, tasks, strategies

Ahmed Mouakket, Aleppo University and The University of Michigan
 The concept of kernel sentences as it applies to language acquisition

Cecily O'Neill, The Ohio State University
 From words to worlds: Language learning through process drama

Shoko Okazaki, Georgetown University
 Japanese ways of stating opinions: Listener dependent strategies

Deryn P. Verity, University of Delaware
 The concept of `rehearsal' in Strategic Interaction

Anita L. Wenden, York College, City University of New York
 Strategic Interaction and task knowledge

Other speakers:

 Maria Ibba, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome

 Traute Taeschner, Universita degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"

 Friday, March 12, 1993

Plenary Speaker:

Earl Stevick, Independent Researcher
 How is strategic memorable? How memorable is `strategic'?

Guest Speakers:

Louis A. Arena, University of Delaware
 Strategic Interaction and the teaching of writing

Frederick J. Bosco, Professor Emeritus, Georgetown University
 The place of input in the scenario approach

JoAnn Crandall, University of Maryland Baltimore County
 Strategic integration: Content-based language programs
 and teacher development

Nadine O'Connor Di Vito, University of Chicago
 Learner-centered activities: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Madeline E. Ehrman, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State
 Ego boundaries revisited: Toward a model of personality and learning

William J. Frawley, University of Delaware
 The computer's guide to persons

Reinhold Freudenstein, IFS, Marburg/Lahn, Germany
 Communicative peace in the foreign-language classroom:
 A new educational objective for the next century

Christina Kakava, The Ohio State University
 Conflicting argumentative strategies in the classroom

Rajai Khanji, University of Jordan-Amman and SUNY-Fredonia College
 Interlanguage talk: The relation between task types and
 communication strategies in the foreign language classroom

Ikuo Koike, Keio University
 A comparative view of English teaching policies
 in an international world with a focus on Japanese TEFL policy

Virginia Mayer, Padua Academy and University of Delaware
 Variations on the scenario: Cooperative and critical thinking
 in the literature-based classroom

Irene Thompson, The George Washington University
 An investigation of the effects of text and task in
 listening comprehension: Some evidence from Russian

Sr. Aoi Tsuda, Osaka University
 Variability in foreign language education

Joseph A. Wieczorek, Loyola College in Maryland
 An approach to student-centered Strategic Interaction activities


 Saturday, March 13, 1993

Plenary Speaker:

H. Douglas Brown, San Francisco State University
 After method: Toward a principled strategic approach
 to language teaching

Guest Speakers:

Josep Maria Artigal, Barcelona, Spain
 The L2 kindergarten teacher as a territory maker

Marcel Danesi, University of Toronto
 The `Strategic Interaction' view of language:
 Robert J. Di Pietro's Vichian paradigm for theoretical and
 applied linguistics

Jeanette S. DeCarrico and
James R. Nattinger, Portland State University
 Lexical phrases and Strategic Interaction

Phyllis J. Dragonas, Melrose Massachusetts Public Schools
 Making study abroad more effective

Frederick H. Jackson, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State
 Two steps forward, one step back: The ongoing development of a
 program for inservice teacher education at the Foreign Service Institute

Dieter Kastovsky, University of Vienna and Georgetown University
 Vocabulary structures in language teaching

Peter Lowenberg, San Jose State University
 Strategic Interaction and varieties of English

Masaki Oda, Tamagawa University
 Strategic Interaction: Can it be a relief for foreign
 language classrooms?

Rebecca L. Oxford, University of Alabama
 Gender differences in strategies and styles for L2 learning:
 What is the significance? Should we pay attention?

Jill Robbins, Georgetown University
 A report on the pilot study of `Methods of teaching learning
 strategies in the Japanese language classroom'

Linda Smith Rutledge, Central Intelligence Agency
 The use of scenarios in the foreign language classroom
 for the development of higher level language skills

Karin Ryding, Georgetown University
 Creating a learning community: CLL in the '90s

Speakers are listed in alphabetical order on the day they will speak.
Pre-sessions are listed in alphabetical order by organizer.
The GURT program you receive at the conference lists the exact time and
location for each speaker and pre-session. For pre-session programs and
other questions, please contact the GURT 1993 Coordinator.

 Pre-Sessions of the Georgetown University Round Table 1993
 (Intercultural Center, Georgetown University)

 Tuesday, March 9, 1993

Spanish Linguistics (Day 1)
 Organizers: Hector Campos and Eric Holt, Georgetown University
 hcamposguvax.bitnet (or) hcamposguvax.georgetown.edu

Focus on Form - What is it?
 Organizer: Catherine Doughty, Georgetown University

Discourse Analysis: Written texts
 Organizer: Heidi Hamilton, Georgetown University
 hhamiltonguvax.bitnet (or) hhamiltonguvax.georgetown.edu

Issues in Slavic Linguistics
 Organizer: Victor Lychyk, Georgetown University
 lychykguvax.bitnet (or) lychykguvax.georgetown.edu

East Asian Software Symposium
 Organizers: Michael McCaskey and Patricia O'Neill,
 Georgetown University
 mmccaskeyguvax.bitnet (or) mmccaskeyguvax.georgetown.edu

City Voices: Sociolinguistic Reports from the Field
 Organizer: Peter Patrick, Georgetown University
 ppatrickguvax.bitnet (or) ppatrick guvax.georgetown.edu

 Wednesday, March 10, 1993

Corpus-based Linguistics
 Organizer: Catherine N. Ball, Georgetown University
 cballguvax.bitnet (or) guvax.georgetown.edu

Spanish Linguistics (Day 2)
 Organizers: Hector Campos and Eric Holt, Georgetown University
 hcamposguvax.bitnet (or) hcamposguvax.georgetown.edu

Beyond Acquisition: Language Practices of Older Children
 Organizers: Susan Hoyle, Georgetown University and
 Carolyn Adger, University of Maryland
 s_hoyleguvax.bitnet (or) s_hoyleguvax.georgetown.edu

History of Linguistics
 Organizer: Francis P. Dinneen, S.J., Georgetown University

Portuguese Linguistics
 Organizer: Clea A. Rameh, Georgetown University

African Linguistics IV
 Organizer: Solomon Sara, S.J., Georgetown University
 ssaraguvax.bitnet (or) ssaraguvax.georgetown.edu

Teaching Business in the Foreign Language Classroom
 Organizers: Madeleine Soudee, Georgetown University and
 Elizabeth Martin, University of Illinois, Urbana

A multi-media sampling
 Organizer: Jackie Tanner, Georgetown University
 jtannerguvax.bitnet (or) jtannerguvax.georgetown.edu

Focuses, Problems, and Solutions in Chinese Acquisition
 Organizer: Weiping Wu, Georgetown University
 wuguvax.bitnet (or) wuguvax.georgetown.edu
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