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APLNG Roundtable

 

Applied Linguistics juxtaposes different traditions of intellectual thought and applied linguistic practices. Our departmental roundtable sessions reflect these complex backgrounds. Throughout the semester, presenters will speak about a wide range of topics and introduce us to various  methodologies and approaches to analyze data. Faculty and students will report about their ongoing or completed research and afford us with many opportunities to engage in dialogue across different intellectual frameworks.

The sessions are held Fridays from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Session information is posted in the News and Events section of this website. 


 

2016 Roundtable Schedule:

 

September 16, 2016 (Borland 112)

  • Kevin McManus: Examining the benefits of L1 awareness for L2 grammar learning 
  • Lily Qin: An Empirical Study on Affordances in a Foreign Language Learning Environment  

September 30, 2016 (Borland 112)

  • Qian Wu: Communicating emotions in L2 Chinese: Talk at the dorm in study abroad
  • Heather McCoy: Penn State Study Abroad: Trends and Challenges  

October 7, 2016 (Borland 112) 

  • Lindsey Kurtz: Formulaic Sequences in L2 Legal Writing  
  • Xiaofei Lu, Olesya Kisselev, Jungwan Yoon and Michael Amory: Methodological considerations in formulaic sequence research: A modified replication of O’Donnell, Römer, and Ellis (2013)

October 28, 2016 (Borland 112)

  • Lindsey Kurtz: Conceptual development of analogical reasoning in the second language legal classroom
  • Marika Criss: The use and status of English at the University of Helsinki

November 11, 2016 (Chambers 111)

  • Tomoko Hori: Exploring the use of Text-to-Speech software to create model speech sounds for English oral presentations
  • Robert Schrauf: TBA

December 2, 2016 (Chambers 111)

  • Eunjeong Lee: TBA
  • Richard Feldman: TBA

 

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