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|Name:||Natalia Dolgova Jacobsen|
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Dissertation title: Applying Cognitive Linguistics and Task-Supported Language Teaching to Instruction of English Conditional Phrases
Jacobsen, N. (under review). The use of hedging in L2 legal writing: A cognitive functional perspective. Journal of Second Language Writing
Jacobsen, N. (under review). Exploring connections between L2 phonological profiles and identity. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education
Mackey, A., Fujii, A., Biesenbach-Lucas, S., Weger, H., Jacobsen, N., Fogle, L., Lake, J., Sondermann, K., Tagarelli, K., Takada, M., & Watanabe, A. (2012, Fall). 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.
English for Academic Purposes
Introduction to Linguistics
Beginnining and Intermediate Russian
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