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Name: Natalia  Dolgova  Jacobsen
Institution: George Washington University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: VA
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Dissertation title: Applying Cognitive Linguistics and Task-Supported Language Teaching to Instruction of English Conditional Phrases


Jacobsen, N. (in press, expected summer 2015). Cognitive Linguistic (CL) analysis of English conditionals in EAP instruction: Sociocultural Theory (SCT) implications. In Masuda, K. (ed.), Cognitive linguistics and sociocultural theory in second and foreign language teaching, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter

Jacobsen, N. (March 16, 2014). Review of M. R. Salaberry and L. Comajoan (Eds.) 2013). Research design and methodology in studies on L2 tense and aspect. Boston/Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. LINGUISTLIST:

Mackey, A., Fujii, A., Biesenbach-Lucas, S., Weger, H., Jacobsen, N., Fogle, L., Lake, J., Sondermann, K., Tagarelli, K., Takada, M., & Watanabe, A. (2013). Comparing the effectiveness of traditional and communicative tasks for Japanese EFL/ESL learners. In McDonough, K., & Mackey, A. (Eds.) Interaction in diverse educational settings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Jacobsen, N. (2010). Review of R. Harris and C. Hutton (2007). Definition in theory and practice: Language, lexicography and the law. London: Continuum. Applied Linguistics, 31 (5)

Jacobsen, N. (2008). Identity is a [dif]icult question: a variationist analysis of relationship between L1 features and ethnic/national identity, eVox Journal, 2 (1), Georgetown University.
Courses Taught: English for Academic Purposes
Introduction to Linguistics
Beginnining and Intermediate Russian
Reviewer of: Research Design and Methodology in Studies on L2 Tense and Aspect (LL Issue 25.1284)
Signalling Nouns in English (LL Issue 27.2130)

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