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Annual Review of Applied Linguistics | Younger learners

Annual Review of Applied Linguistics | Younger learners | TELT | Scoop.it
Latest volume of Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
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AESLA2018 :: Keynote speakers

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36th AESLA (Spanish Society for Applied Linguistics) conference "Applied Linguistics and Knowledge Transfer: Employability, Internationalization and Social Changes" University of Cadiz (Spain) 19th - 21st April 2018
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Scripteurs en action : Hamel & Séror 2015

Scripteurs en action : Hamel & Séror 2015 | TELT | Scoop.it
La capture vidéo d’écran aide les instructeurs à comprendre le processus d’écriture des étudiants Parce qu’elle permet de retracer les activités qui se déroulent à l’écran d’un ordinateur, la technologie de capture vidéo d’écran (CVE) donne aux instructeurs et aux étudiants l’occasion de percevoir les processus d’écriture de ces derniers. Chez les étudiants, cette technologie facilite la réflexion quant à leurs comportements et habitudes sur le plan de l’écriture. Chez les instructeurs, elle favorise l’établissement d’un dialogue avec les étudiants relativement au processus d’écriture. Tant les étudiants que les instructeurs accordent de l’importance à la rétroaction personnelle rendue possible, ce qui leur permet de discuter des stratégies et comportements qui interviennent dans le processus d’écriture plutôt que de prêter strictement attention au produit final.
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50 page report in French on multimodal analysis of L2 online writing processes among advanced French learners
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Journal of the European Second Language Association

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JESLA is the Journal of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA). It publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed open-access articles in the field of second language research. Its aim is to promote the understanding of second language learning and use, and to stimulate the debate on the bilingual and multilingual individual and society. JESLA publishes one issue per year comprising the best papers from the EUROSLA annual conference.
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Eleven articles from first issue now online - open access
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EuroSLA 2017: Reading

30th August until 2nd September, 2017

Keynotes Holger Hopp (University of Braunschweig): L2 sentence processing: Building structure from words
Norbert Schmitt (University of Nottingham): After 25 years of researching vocabulary: A personal reflection on where vocabulary research needs to go next
Nuria Sebastian-Galles (University Pompeu Fabra): Dividing seas of words: How bilingual input shapes early language acquisition
Stefanie Wulff (University of Florida): What corpus-linguistics can contribute to second language acquisition research

Language Learning Roundtable The theme of the Language Learning Roundtable will be: Nativelike Attainment in Second Language Acquisition: How and When?
Presentations by
Leah Roberts (University of York)
Holger Hopp (University of Braunschweig)
Darren Tanner (University of Illinois)
Gigi Luk (Harvard University)

Invited colloquium Eurosla 27 will have an invited colloquium entitled "Incomplete language acquisition and attrition: Input-related challenges for early and late immigrants and returnees" organised by Ayşe Gürel (Boğaziçi University, Istanbul).

The colloquium is sponsored by the ESRC, as part of the "First Language Attrition Seminar Series", grant number ES/M001776/1 (PI: Monika Schmid).
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Evénements | Réseau d'acquisition des langues secondes (ReAL2)

Le Réseau d'Acquisition des Langues Secondes (ReAL2) a été fondé par 4 équipes françaises suite au colloque COULS organisé à Nantes l'année dernière. Les équipes fondatrices : Nantes, Toulouse, Paris 8, Montpellier ont obtenu en février 2017 le financement de la part de l'Université de Paris 8 pour faire vivre le réseau. V

Journées d'études pour lancer le ReAL2 à l'intention de collègues travaillant en France sur l'acquisition des L2.
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PAC conference: Sept 17 Paris

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CALL FOR PAPERS PAC 2017 : Phonology and interphonology of contemporary English: from native corpora to learner corpora International conference Thursday, September 28th to Saturday, September 30th 2017 Paris Nanterre University


Guest Speakers

Jacques Durand, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès

Dan Frost, Université de Grenoble

Patrick Honeybone, University of Edinburgh



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Call for Papers | Second Language Research Forum 2017

Call for Papers | Second Language Research Forum 2017 | TELT | Scoop.it
Call for Papers is now online. More information can be found here: https://u.osu.edu/slrf2017/call-for-papers/ Abstracts can be submitted until April 16, 11:59 pm. Click here to edit the content
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Van der Zwaard: Patterns of (negotiated) interaction during telecollaboration between NSs and advanced NNSs

Dyadic communication between Australian and Dutch participants during a digital task designed as part of a telecollaboration project

The research project focuses on the occurrence of negotiation of meaning (or absence thereof) during one - to - one interaction via two forms of synchronous computer - mediated communication (SCMC): video call (or video call) and instant chat - messaging (written chat).

The studies aim to combine two of the most significant trends in L2 - education: digital technology and task - based language teaching (TBLT). Research into the efficacy of communication through different digital tools within L2 - learning environments is still underdeveloped, although the 21st - century networked society is entering the language classroom and educators are urged to include digital communication in (academic) language acquisition curricula. Negotiation of meaning studies have proven to be a prolific research area, although different claims have been made concer ning occurrence and effect and only recently have investigations started to explore the implications of negotiation of meaning during synchronous computer - mediated com munication. The studies in this book attempt to contribute to this budding area of research.
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Book based on van der Zwaard's dissertation at University of Amsterdam
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