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AAAL Annual Conference 2016-Apr-09 to 2016-Apr-13
(Dis)location, (In)Validation & (Im)Possibilities: Examining the Spaces of Church-Sponsored ESL Programs in Canada from Student Perspectives
(Re)configuring Questions “in the Wild”
Lilja, Niina. and Piirainen-Marsh, Arja.
1. Teletandem studies in in the L2 classroom: A critical overview
2. Does working memory ‘work’ in Teletandem? A study on accuracy and complexity
3. Does type of medium (Teletandem vs Face-to-Face) make a difference in advanced L2 learners’ oral fluency?
4. Does, um, the medium, uh, matter? Measuring fluency through filled pauses (FP) in Face-to-Face and Teletandem communicative groups
5. Let's pause for processing: Measuring accuracy, or not, after filled pauses (FP)
[CANCELLED 4/3/2016]Making stance expectations explicit in disciplinary writing: A study of one professor’s use of functional language analysis in her teaching
[CANCELLED 4/5/2016]Religious Faith, Motivation, and Pedagogical Practices: A Case Study of Three Karen English Teachers in a Christian Seminary in Myanmar
¡Hola señorita! Is that Spanish? Rethinking the representation of language(s) in multilingual data
“Native/Non-native Teachers” as Members’ Categories: Teacher Identities in Collaborative Language Teaching
“Nested Interculturality” in Service-Learning Experiences
“Someone Who Skydives Is Not Afraid to Take Risks”: Race, Gender and Agency in Teachers’ Multimodal Narratives
“The ideal Russian speaker is no Russian”: Testing the limits of commodification in medical tourism
“What Do You Think about this?”: Initial Question Formats in Post Observation Conversation between Classroom Teachers and Mentor
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A Call for Rigorous Research in Applied Linguistics to Reduce Health Disparities
A Geolocative Linguistic Landscape Project in Korean Language Education
Lee, Hakyoon. and Choi, Bumyong.
A Pedagogy of Translingual Academic Writing for Publishing in the Natural Sciences
Brinkschulte, Melanie., Grieshammer, Ella. and Stoian, Monica.
A Quasi-experimental Study of Corrective Feedback and Metacognitive Instruction in Intact English L2 Classes
Loewen, Shawn. and Sato, Masatoshi.
A Socio-Cultural Developmental Perspective on English Teachers’ Agency in China
Tao, Jian. and Gao, Xuesong.
Academic English Collocations and Their Semantic Motivations: Pedagogical Implications
Acting up and Acting out: Drama-based Learning, Participatory Methods and Adolescent English Learners
Activity Theory views on agency in health narratives by Spanish-speaking patients
Aid and Development Work in Bilingual Migrant Communities in the Dominican Republic: A Language Policy Challenge
An EFL Teacher’s and His Students’ Perspectives on TBLT Practice – An Action Research Project in a Secondary School
An Exploratory Study of the Social, Semiotic, and Cognitive Practices of an Expert Engineer
Chapman, Suzanne., Gallingane, Caitie. and Fang, Zhihui.
An SFL-based Model for Assessing L2 Narrative Writing
An investigation of explicitness of instruction, individual differences, and outcome measures in SLA
Analyzing Program Evaluation in Focus Groups: How Participants Challenge a Contested Category
Jung, Hanbyul. and Kasper, Gabriele.
Applications of Corpus Approaches to the Development of Pragmatic Competence in Foreign Languages
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Becoming a “Good Boy/Girl”: Membership Categorization Analysis of Child Language Socialization
Nguyen, Hanh. and Nguyen, Minh.
Black Church Bulletins as Complex Texts: Mediating Social, Cultural, and Linguistic Pathways for African American Learners
Bridging a Gap: Global Englishes and SLA in Teaching EFL
Bridging the Gap - Digital Mentorship for Middle School English Learners
CALL in ISLA: Promoting depth of processing of complex L2 Spanish prepositions
Leow, Ronald., Cerezo, Luis. and Caras, Allison.
Calibrating Narrating and Narrated events on Facebook: The case of a Franco-Portuguese online group
Koven, Michele. and Simões Marques, Isabelle.
Challenging the "chiquita-fication" of Latin@'s Linguistic Skills
Children’s Representations of Plurilingualism: Reflecting on Creative Multimodal Approaches for Engaging Children as Co-ethnographers of their Plurilingual Lives
Prasad, Gail Lori.
Christian Mission or Trade? A Critical Ethnography of Missionary English Teaching in an EFL Neoliberal State
Collecting Written and Spoken Corpus Data to Inform Automated Tutoring and Assessment Systems
Barker, Fiona. and Saville, Nick.
Combining corpus and assessment methods to understand the relationship between patient narratives, provider discourse and patient satisfaction
Commodification of Women’s Bodies: Do Pictures Speak More than Words?
Shohamy, Elana. and Correa, Doris.
Common Practice and the Common Core State Standards: Implications for Teaching Writing in Multilingual Classrooms
Constructing Identities and Ideologies with Chinese Popular Culture in Adult Mandarin Learning and Socialization
Fang, Sumin. and Duff, Patricia.
Corpus-based Discoveries in the Modeling and Measurement of Lexical Diversity
Creating Third Space: Volunteer Instructors’ Spiritual and Critical Perspectives and Practices at Church-based ESL Programs in the American Bible-belt
Creating Word Lists to Incorporate Relevant Vocabulary in Grammar Lessons
Critical SFL Praxis Principles for Disciplinary Literacy Development: Engaging Teachers and Learners in Reflective Practice
Achugar, Mariana. and Carpenter, Brian.
Cross-Linguistic Data: Transcribing/Translating and Representation
Deficit Perspectives: Developing Structures and Strategies for Simultaneous Emerging Bilinguals
Escamilla, Kathy., Butvilofsky, Sandra. and Hopewell, Susan.
Defining Usefulness: What Makes a Word List Useful?
Description as Pedagogy: Teaching Target Knowledge through Interaction in EFL Content Courses
Designing Learning-Oriented Assessment: Vantage Points from Practice and Research
Developing Materials for Teaching Pragmatics: From Research to Practice
Developing an L2 Grammar-for-Interaction in a Study Abroad Context
Pochon-Berger, Evelyne. and Pekarek Doehler, Simona.
Development of Specificity in Student Writer Texts through Elaboration of the Nominal Group.
Did I Say That? Developing Pragmatic Competence through Telecollaboration and Focused Instruction
Cunningham, D. Joseph.
Doing Being an L2 Learner: A Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Perspective
Theodorsdottir, Gudrun. and Eskildsen, Soren.
Drawing On Students’ Home Languages in Educational Contexts to Meet Language, Literacy and Curriculum Learning Goals
ELF - Dynamic and Complex
EMI Models - One and the Same? Local Alternatives Based on Voices from the Field
Or, Iair., Inbar-Lourie, Ofra., Spector-Cohen, Elana. and Amdur, Lisa.
EMI at the University of Iceland: Identifying the Needs of Students in a New Linguistic Context
Early EFL Teachers' Classroom Practice: Vocabulary Teaching Practices and Their Influence on the Emergence of Tasks
Dressler, Constanze. and Loumbourdi, Lambrini.
Effects of timing of explicit instruction on accuracy in writing by L2 learners with different linguistic knowledge
Elementary Engineers and the Language of Design
Paugh, Patricia., Wendell, Kristen. and Wright, Christopher.
Emergent Approaches to Linguistic Justice: Looking Towards the Future
Emerging Theoretical Understandings of Immersion Experiences in Teacher Education
Smolcic, Elizabeth. and Katunich, John.
English Medium Instruction in Finnish Higher Education: There and Back Again?
Equal but Different – Advancing Written Assessment Feedback Praxis through a Teacher-Researcher Collaboration in a University Spanish program
Escalando al Futuro/Climbing to the Future – Using Photovoice with Deaf Youth to Explore Language and Identity
Ethnography as fieldwork practice in and across physical-virtual spaces. Focusing current methodological practices
Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta., Messina Dahlberg, Giulia. and Gynne, Annaliina.
Examining the Advantage of Teaching About the L1 for L2 Grammar Learning with on- and Offline Measures
Marsden, Emma. and McManus, Kevin.
Examining the effectiveness of explicit instruction about the L1 in L2 grammar learning: Evidence from offline and online measures
Experiences of Blind Peer Review at an English-medium National Journal in Taiwan
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Factors affecting L2 writing syntactic complexity and implications for assessment
Forensic Linguist versus Sociolinguist: A Battle Within
From Dialectology to Internet-Based Accent Narratives
From L2 Dynamic Assessment to Learner Receptivity: Considering Time as a Dimension in Classroom Assessment Validation
Poehner, Matthew. and Van Compernolle, Remi.
From Linguistic Nationalism to Linguistic Neoliberalism: Impacts of Language Ideologies in Multilingual Education Policies and Practices in Nepal
From Positioning to Categorial Analysis: Grounding Theoretical Abstractions in a Systematic Methodological Framework
Prior, Matthew. and Talmy, Steven.
Gaining Insight into Chronic Disease Management through Metaphor Analysis
Global Languages and Local Identities
Glocal Experiences in Your Own Backyard: Teacher Candidates Developing Intercultural Competence
Health Literacy 3.0
Health Literacy and the Question of Whose Knowledge Counts in Health Care
High School English Language Learner (ELL) Teacher Agency and the Implementation of District ELL Program Policy
How Spatial Analysis Complicates Translanguaging
How can a systematic program of proficiency assessment and professional development impact pedagogy in higher education?
How do students and instructors view proficiency, and is that related to proficiency outcomes?
Gass, Susan., Winke, Paula., Lee, Shinhye. and Fox, Jessica.
Identifying adherence behaviors in English and Spanish patient talk using corpus-based methods
Ideologies of the Chinese Language in Nepali Tourism Industry
Sharma, Bal Krishna.
Immersion Abroad for Teachers: On the Road to Intercultural Competence
Smolcic, Elizabeth. and Katunich, John.
In the Process of Becoming: What Participatory Approaches to Learning and Inquiry Can Contribute to Theory Building and Research Practice
Indexing Through Script: Orthographic Variation and Identity in Written Japanese
Intentional Reasoning and Modulating Effects of Individual Learner Factors on the Complexity of EFL Writers’ Argumentative Text
Zhang, Lawrence Jun. and Rahimi, Muhammad.
Introduction: Minority Religious Institutions as Alternative Spaces in Applied Linguistics
Investigating Urban Linguistic Landscapes with Language Learners for Intercultural Learning: Affordances and Challenges
Is the Defendant Faking a Lower English Proficiency?
van Naerssen, Margaret.
I’m Here to Get Obamacare:” Health Literacy Practices for Community-Based Insurance Navigators
L2 Engineers’ Perception of Writing Needs and Demands in the Workplace
Du, Juan. and Fu, Danling.
L2 Learning in the Wild: How does it Fit with the Classroom and Why Should it?
L2 Teacher Motivation, Autonomy, and Development in the Far East Focusing on similarities and differences: A dynamic systems theory perspective
Nakata, Yoshiyuki. and Kimura, Yuzo.
Language Assessment and the Inseparability of Lexis and Grammar
Language Awareness and Concept-based Instruction in Study Abroad Contexts
Language Ideologies and Flexible Multilingualism in Philippine Classrooms
Language Policy and Planning in Language Education: Legacies, Consequences, and Possibilities
Wiley, Terrence. and Garcia, Ofelia.
Language Sprinkles: Fostering Plurilingualism and Pluriculturalism in Early Childhood Education
Learning From Each Other: School-University Collaborative Action Research as Praxis
Chan, Cheri. and Davison, Chris.
Let me Help You: Learning to Do and Correct Public Writing in the L2 Classroom
Linguistic Tools for Supporting Emergent Critical Language Awareness in the Elementary School
Linking EFL Tasks to the World Outside: Promoting Community-Based Learning and Learner Agency through Blended-Learning Projects
Kaliampos, Joannis. and Schmidt, Torben.
Listening Closely to Ethnographic Experience: An Auditory Account of Multimodal, Drama-Based ESL Classroom Practice
Lists of Formulaic Language
Literacy, Language and Culture: Developing Health Literacy Curriculum for English Learners
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MTB-MLE in Timor-Leste and its Bidirectional Relationship with Language Ideologies
Mainstream Classroom as Bilingual Environments: How SFL Training Develops Language Responsive Teachers
Brisk, Maria. and Osssa Parra, Marcela.
Making Relevant the Researcher’s Role in Analyzing Language Teachers’ Narrative Identity: An MCA Perspective
Marginalized and Pressured to Publish: Iranian Researchers Publishing under Resource Constraints
Fazel, Ismaeil. and Shi, Ling.
Mascots, Name Calling, and Racial Slurs: Applied Linguistics and the Prospects for Social Justice
Avineri, Netta. and Perley, Bernard.
Meeting the Challenges of Global Publishing in an EFL Environment: One Colombian University’s Pedagogical Response
Janssen, Gerriet., Meier, Valerie. and Silvia, Restrepo.
Multimodal Stance in Telop on Japanese Television
Narrative Identities in Parodies of Online Consumer Reviews
Narrative Literacy Development of Bilingual Latino Youth through Community-based SFL Pedagogy
Narrative genres in online interaction: The telling of accounts on Twitter
Negotiating the Competent Multilingual: Local Interactional Constraints on Translanguaging
Hazel, Spencer. and Wagner, Johannes.
New Challenges for Training Providers: How Can Applied Linguists Help?
New EFL Teachers’ Initial Working Motivation and Demotivation in South Korea
Kim, Tae-Young. and Kim, Youngmi.
Observing Language Related-Episodes in Intact Classrooms: Context Matters!
Collins, Laura. and White, Joanna.
Obstacles to Non-English Use in an International Organization: Rebalancing the Equation
On the commodification of the “exotic” and its limits: a theoretical approach
Ontologies of Language, SLA, and Global Englishes
Operationalising a range of theoretical and methodological approaches to researching language learners' experience in online environments
Hampel, Regine., Montoro, Carlos., Austin, Nick. and Lee, Helen.
Overgeneralization vs. Appropriate Argumentative Scope in Student Writing
Pedagogical Knowledge and Professional Development Support Needs for English Medium Instruction in Korean Contexts
Performing Barzellette on YouTube: Digital Racialized Joke-Telling in Veneto, Northern Italy
Perspectives on the Foreign Language Classroom
Collins, Laura. and Muñoz, Carmen.
Playing with narrative: Analyzing cohesion and coherence in a narrative-driven digital game
Pluralistic Approaches in Language Education: Respecting Learners’ Linguistic and Cultural Repertoires
Plurilingualism In Language Learning: Addressing the Disconnect Between Theory and Practice
Pragmatic Evidence in Cases Involving Second Dialect Speakers
Preparing Preservice Science Teachers to Meet the Needs of English Language Learners in Australia: A Case Study in Identity Development
Davison, Chris. and Ollerhead, Sue.
Preservice Teachers and ELs: Observations Before and After Service Learning Experiences
Promoting Teacher Agency through Instructional Coaching: A Cross-Case Analysis
Haneda, Mari. and Sherman, Brandon.
Re-envisioning the Roles, Tasks, and Contributions of Language Teachers in the Multilingual Era of Language Education Research and Practice
Kubanyiova, Maggie. and Crookes, Graham.
Reading for Deep Understanding: Translanguaging for Critical English and French Literature-Based Inquiry
Lau, Sunny Man Chu.
Reconceptualising the Nature of Goals and Outcomes in Language Education
Scarino, Angela. and Leung, Constant.
Recovering the Educative Agenda of ‘Tasks’: Toward a Holistic Approach to Researching L2 Development
Reflections on pedagogical Knowledge Base for Teaching in an EMI Context
Reflective Literacy as Critical Practice: Learning Through Multimodal Awareness
Reflexivity and audience participation in social media storytelling
De Fina, Anna.
Rethinking Research into Language Learning and Teaching in a Multilingual World
Kelly Hall, Joan.
SFL Pedagogy as Academic Entry Point for First Generation Advanced Bilingual College Students
Ramirez, J. Andres.
SFL-informed Culturally Sustaining Praxis: Bilingual High School Translanguaging and Argumentative Meaning Making Practices
Khote, Nihal. and Harman, Ruth.
Scaffolding argument writing in a first-year world history course: Taking research findings back into the classroom
Scaffolding disciplinary writing instruction in information systems
Scientific Knowledge Production in the Semi-periphery: The Potential and Limitations of an English for Research Publication Purposes Course
Selling “Italianità”? On the volatile possibility to commodify Italian language and culture in the Swiss Higher Education system
Sequencing Narratives for a Content- and Language-integrated FL Curriculum
Social Media, Language Learning, and ELA curriculum: Bilingual Learner’s Design of Multimodal Argumentative Texts
Spatial Repertoires and English: The Competence of International STEM Scholars
Specifying Knowledge About Genres for Science Teachers: An Inventory for Practical Report Writing Developed in Science Teacher Training
Hajer, Maaike. and van Dijk, Gerald.
Specifying the Expertise of Teaching: Teacher Talk as Heteroglossia
Spiritual Solidarity and Practical Benefits: Role of Japanese Language Education in Japan’s Nikkei Diaspora Strategies
Stance and Stance-taking Resources in Computer-Mediated Communication
Strengthen Service-Learning by Noticing Nuances in Language and Culture
Task Demand & Task Support in Cooperative Classroom Action Research – A Critical Look at Tasks in Pre-Service EFL Teacher Education
Task and Genre Differences in L2 Writing Research
Polio, Charlene. and Yoon, Hyung-Jo.
Teacher Identity Positioning Processes, Professional Development, and Language Policy in K-12 Mainstream Inclusion Classrooms
Harklau, Linda. and Yang, Anna.
Teachers’ Instruction Sequences in Italian as a Foreign Language Classes: An Ethnomethodological Conversation Analytic Perspective.
Markee, Numa. and Kunitz, Silvia.
The (de)valuation of English for the transnational Ismaili Muslim community in Hunza, Northern Pakistan and Khorog, Eastern Tajikistan
The Case of English Medium Instruction (EMI) in Taiwan: Lecturers’ Insights Regarding Needs and Best Practices
Stillwell, Christopher. and Fenton-Smith, Ben.
The Common Core Assessments and Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners
Chamcharatsri, Pisarn. and Ruecker, Todd.
The Critical Potentials of Community Service-Learning
The Dialogism of Teacher Identity and Agency and Language Learner Anxiety and Agency in Greek EFL Classrooms
Gkonou, Christina. and Miller, Elizabeth.
The Drop the I-Word Campaign: Language Change and Social Change
The Effects of Multiple Exposures to EI: Evidence from Two Types of Learning Problems and Practice Conditions
Prieto Botana, Goretti.
The Effects of Recasts Versus Prompts on Immediate Uptake and Learning of a Complex Target Structure
The Impact of Instructional Coaching on K-12 Teacher Identity, Power, and Agency
Teemant, Annela. and Tyra, Serena.
The Linguistic System Conundrum
The Lure of Internationalization: Ideals and Reality in the Internationalization of Danish Higher Education
Mortensen, Janus., Haberland, Hartmut. and Fabricius, Anne.
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Understanding Patients’ Voices: Applied Linguistics, Health Literacy, and Adherence
Understanding and Managing Core Vocabulary Lists in Language Education
Understanding the Interplay between Languaging and Task Complexity in Foreign Language Writing
University Accreditation as Implicit Language Policy in Chile: Institutional ‘Scale Jumping’ Efforts and Scholars’ Responses
Curry, Mary Jane. and Lillis, Theresa.
Unpacking the (un)familiar, experiencing space: Leveraging Linguistic Landscapes for (second) language and culture learning
Using Lists to Evaluate Word Choices in ESP Writing
Using the linguistic landscape to foster methodological awareness and language development in the L2 classroom
Visualizing Language Ideologies: the Interplay between Perceptual Linguistic Geography of Mandarin and Identity Construction
Ways of Seeing Linguistic Landscapes: Applying Theories of Representation Old and New
Ways of Walking, Ways of Seeing: Doing Mobile Video Ethnography in Linguistic Landscape Research
What Linguistic Knowledge Offers Best Traction for Science Teachers in Maximising Access to Discipline Knowledge Through Language?
What is the reality of proficiency-based articulation at the post-secondary level?
Rubio, Fernando. and Hacking, Jane.
Whose Discourses?: Nationalism, Neoliberalism, and Community Voices in Tanzanian Language Education
Why Indigenous Language Learning Matters for the Future of Applied Linguistics
Women’s Appropriation of "Male" Language Through the Use of Sentence-final Particles zo and ze in Japanese Blogs
Working Class Minority Ethnic Students in Catalan Higher Education: The Narratives of an Under-researched Group
Block, David. and Gallego-Balsà, Lídia.
Working with a designer: Understanding writing expectations, explicit instruction, and improved writing
Writing to the Common Core: Preparing Teachers to Differentiate Writing Instruction for U.S. Elementary School English Language Learners
You Have the Right to Remain Silent, Do You Understand?
You say “data”, I say “material”: Researchers as creators
AAAL Annual Conference 2016-Apr-09 to 2016-Apr-13
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