AAAL Annual Conference 2017-Mar-18 to 2017-Mar-22

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"That's how we speak but not how we write": Erasing Plurilingualism for Newly-taught Languages in Nepal
 Weinberg, Miranda.

(De)legitimating teacher voices in community-engaged scholarship: A retrospective
 Dillard, Beth. and Pettitt, Nicole.

1. From monoglossic to heteroglossic approaches to language teaching and learning in educational context
 Stille, Saskia.

1. Localizing the transdisciplinary in practice: A teaching account of an undergraduate seminar on linguistic landscape
 Malinowski, David.

1. Translations and Paradoxes of ‘Western’ Pedagogy: Perspectives of English Language Teachers in a Chinese College
 Wu, Xi. and Tara, Paul.

5. From Theory to Practice: Professional Development for Content-and-Language Integration
 Lyster, Roy. and Shahsavar-Arshad, Victor.

‘Ares is an Ojibwe name’: An ecological approach to reclaiming Ojibwe language and expertise in a teacher-learner’s classroom
 Engman, Mel.

‘But can I use another language in this situation?’ Drama as a pedagogical approach in TESOL for plurilingual choices
 Galante, Angelica.

‘Off-shore’ as marginality: Exploring The Panama Papers and the feasibility of post-national Sociolinguistics
 Daniluk, Lukasz. and Omoniyi, Tope.

‘Thematic Patterns’ as a Theoretical Framework for Designing Assessment and Pedagogical Approaches to the Integration of Content and Language
 Lin, Angel. and Lo, Yuen Yi.

“Entre brechitas y carreteras”: The Possibilities of Museum-led Maya Language Promotion in the Yucatan Peninsula
 Anzures Tapia, Aldo. and Kvietok Dueñas, Frances.

“In English, sorry”: Participants' Orientation to English-only Policies in Beginning-Level EFL Classroom Interaction
 Malabarba, Taiane.

“It was a clear choice to support Swedish”. Agency, ideology and identity in Finnish bilingual families
 Palviainen, Asa. and Bergroth, Mari.

“Language is a sort of door which you go through” - language ideologies in transnational families in Norway
 Obojska, Maria. and Purkarthofer, Judith.

“Turn to your bulletins”: Analyzing Texts in the Black Church to Understand African American Student Learning and Identity Development
 Peele-Eady, Tryphenia.

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A Comparison of L2 Listening Performance on Tests with Scripted or Unscripted Spoken Texts
 Wagner, Elvis.

A Longitudinal Investigation of Young Learners’ Socio-Economic Status (SES) and the Development of their Self-efficacy in Learning English
 Butler, Yuko.

A Mixed-Methods Approach to Assessing Topic Transitions in Multi-party Talk
 Patharakorn, Patharaorn. and Kasper, Gabriele.

A Mixed-Methods Approach to Examining the Efficacy of Interactional Feedback Training in Peer Interaction: Insights from CA-grounded Formal Coding
 Smith, George. and Matsutani, Yuka.

A Tale of Two Tasks: How a Teacher’s Interactional Practices Shape Opportunities for Learning through Story-Telling
 Reddington, Elizabeth., Yu, Di. and Tadic, Nadja.

A tale of two countries: Family language policies in the UK and Singapore
 Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan.

ASL Revitalization for Parents of Deaf Children
 DeShaw, Denise., Madaparthi, Krishna. and Snoddon, Kristin.

Advancing understanding of instructed language learning: what counts/ could count as evidence?
 Mitchell, Rosamond.

Affordance Variability: Scaffolded Activity in Discipline-specific Classes with Secondary-level ELLs
 Walqui, Aída.

Affordances for social interaction in Virtual Worlds for Young Children
 Black, Rebecca. and Reich, Stephanie.

An Ecological Perspective on Interlanguage Pragmatic Development: Context, Emergent Patterns, and Variability
 Sykes, Julie.

An Investigation of the Relationship between Access to Learning and Young Learners’ English Language Proficiency
 Ling, Guangming. and Gu, Lin.

An Overview of Issues on Research in English Teacher Education and Professional Development
 Crandall, Jodi. and Christison, MaryAnn.

An ecological exploration of the SLA/Language Policy interface: insights from linguistic minorities in China
 De Costa, Peter.

Antonio Gramsci and Ontological Multilingualism
 Ives, Peter.

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Because language matters: Transdisciplinary action research on financial communication
 Perrin, Daniel. and Whitehouse, Marlies.

Becoming Translingual Teachers: Identity-as-Pedagogy and International Teaching Assistants in the USA
 Zheng, Xuan.

Between Bildung and Haram in a German Ethics class
 Heidt, Irene.

Between the Standard and the Non-standard: American Students in Southern China
 Diao, Wenhao.

Bidonvilles at the museum: Chronotopes, knowledge, and authority among Spanish seniors in Saint-Denis
 Divita, David.

Building Upon Intervention: Changes in Floor-Taking Practices and Resources
 Burch, Alfred. and Ro, Eunseok.


CLIL Challenges: Secondary School Subject Teachers’ Experienced Agency in Three European Contexts
 Skinnari, Kristiina.

Categorizations of Speakerhood: Reconciling the Damage and Searching for Solutions
 Rivers, Damian.

Chronotopic Identities: the south in the narratives told by members of migrant Mapuche communities in Chile
 Merino Dickinson, Maria Eugenia. and De Fina, Anna.

Co-constructing Interactional Competence as Teacher Identity: Insights From Language Teacher Reflections
 Sert, Olcay. and Kunitz, Silvia.

Coerced protection: Interpreting child and parental rights to clandestine indigenous immigrants in the USA
 Haviland, John.

Cognitive capacity, proficiency and L2 comprehension of aural and written input: The Primacy of Meaning Principle, once more.
 Sanz, Cristina. and McCormick, Timothy.

Collecting, transcribing and presenting data from interactions "in the wild": issues of reliability and validity
 Lilja, Niina.

Collision of Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in Iranian EFL Classroom Interaction
 Alavi, Seyed Mohammad. and Pourhaji, Mostafa.

Communication and catalytic dynamics in online and mobile place-based gaming environments
 Thorne, Steven.

Conceptualising Integration in CLIL and Multilingual Education
 Dalton-Puffer, Christiane., Nikula, Tarja. and Smit, Ute.

Connected Speech Dictations for Testing Second Language Listening
 Brown, James D. and Trace, Jonathan.

Constructions of Portuguese “homeland” before and after return migration
 Koven, Michele.

Converging Evidence in the Time Domain
 Lowie, Wander. and Verspoor, Marjolijn.

Corpus-Based Instruction for Pragmatic Routines: Investigating Effects of Corpus Searches and Teacher-Developed Materials
 Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen., Mossman, Sabrina. and Su, Yunwen.

Corpus-Based Translation Studies and Medical Translation: Studying Explicitation and Implicitation in Translated Medical Texts into Spanish in the USA
 Jimenez-Crespo, Miguel.

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DIY Corpora for Vocabulary Learning
 Smith, Simon.

Data-Driven Learning with Extensive Reading: Language Gains and Affective Responses
 Hadley, Gregory. and Charles, Maggie.

Dealing with criticism when publishing qualitative research
 Gao, Xuesong.

Developing a Raciolinguistic Approach to Educational Linguistics
 Flores, Nelson.

Developmental Changes Or Contextual Adaptations? Tracing the Development of Interactional Competence in Naturally Occurring Talk-In-Interaction
 Nguyen, Hanh.

Different Varieties of World Englishes: Perceptual Judgments and Speech Characteristics
 Kang, Okim. and Moran, Meghan.

Different or Alike? A Comparative Analysis of Grammatical Patterns in Resident L2, International L2 and L1 Community College Student Writings
 de Kleine, Christa. and Lawton, Rachele.

Digital Storytelling, Language Teaching, and the African Storybook
 Stranger-Johannessen, Espen. and Norton, Bonny.

Discursive Challenges: “Homeboys,” Citizenship, Nation, and the Global in Boston and Orlando
 Silberstein, Sandra.

Discursive and Grammatical Structures for Conflict Resolution: Language Socialization into Individual Rights and Responsibilities in Adult-Child Interactions
 Cekaite, Asta.

Disparate discourses? An analysis of a genre that mediates between the academy and the profession in the domain of architecture
 Morton, Janne.

Dispreference and Development of Interactional Competence
 Roever, Carsten. and Al-Gahtani, Saad.

Does English Change the Equation? Social Class and English Teaching in Public Primary Schools in Latin America
 Sayer, Peter.

Doing Applied Linguistic Research, Contributing to Social Theories: Understanding Trade Migration through Grassroots Multilingualism
 Han, Huamei.

Doing and Undoing (Non)nativeness: Pedagogical Perspectives from a Graduate Classroom
 Aneja, Geeta.

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ELF in and as local practice
 Seidlhofer, Barbara.

ELF research from global and local perspectives: a case of Japan
 Murata, Kumiko.

Eco to evo and back again: Symposing with a Van Lierian ethic of second language pedagogy
 Atkinson, Dwight.

Educational Context, Classroom Discourse, Reading Instruction and Teacher Professional Development – A Case Study of Research-practice Links
 Silver, Rita.

Effects of DDL Technology on Genre Learning
 Cotos, Elena., Link, Stephanie. and Huffman, Sarah.

Embodied Rescriptings in Critical Ethnography: Raciolinguistic Advocacy in Bilingual Teacher Education at the US Borderlands
 caldas, blanca. and Palmer, Deborah.

Embodied and Occasioned Learnables and Teachables in Early EFL classrooms
 aus der Wieschen, Maria.

Endangerment and revitalization of sign languages from an international perspective
 De Meulder, Maartje.

Engaging with Multimodal Resources: Bangladeshi Young Adults’ Emerging Identities in Virtual Space
 Sultana, Shaila.

English Medium Instruction (EMI): Non-native English-speaking Lecturers and Teacher Identity
 Kling, Joyce.

English as the familiar lingua franca
 Pietikäinen, Kaisa.

English learners writing from primary sources in middle school history: disciplinary literacy tools and a focus on language
 Schleppegrell, Mary.

Enhancing literacy with Game-based Intelligent Tutoring and Natural Language Processing
 McNamara, Danielle.

Ethnographic Monitoring: Research, Advocacy, & the "Methodological Rich Points" in Between
 De Korne, Haley.

Ethnographic approaches to critical literacy classroom practices
 Chun, Christian.

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Five Empirical Studies of Resident L2-like Writers and Challenges with Group Inclusion Criteria
 Doolan, Stephen.

For the Already Bilingual: Inclusion and the Reinscription of Exclusion in Secondary Level Dual Language Education on the US-Mexico Border
 Mortimer, Katherine.

Forced return: Re-experiencing linguistic estrangement and ostracism
 Busch, Brigitta.

From Conflict to Play: Learning to “Get Along” in a Russian Preschool
 Moore, Ekaterina.

From data to dissemination: How technology helps build theory
 Eskildsen, Soren.

From the individual ‘user’ to human-technology intra-actions: Digital literacy as discursive-material assemblage
 Smythe, Suzanne.

From “Counter-Revolutionary Armed Rebellion” to “Terrorist Attack”: Genealogical Analysis of the Representation of Uyghur Protests in Chinese Official Discourse
 Mutal, Micheal.


Gaze Shifts as a Resource for Managing Attention and Participation
 Waring, Hansun. and Carpenter, Lauren.

Gendering Preschool Conflict Talk
 LeMaster, Barbara.


Hearing Their Voices: Supporting Emergent Bilinguals in Pre-school through Translanguaging
 Mary, Latisha. and Young, Andrea.

Heteroglossia: A Linguistic Ethnography approach
 Blackledge, Adrian. and Creese, Angela.

Heuristic Considerations for the Transcription of Multimodality in Educational Settings
 Amory, Michael. and Kisselev, Olesya.

Honoring and Battling with Time in Tracking U.S. High School English Learners’ College Transition
 Kanno, Yasuko.

How Do Teachers Learn to Integrate Content and Language?
 Tedick, Diane.

How is Sense-making Accomplished in Second Language Interaction?
 Lee, Yo-An.


Identities in Professional Development: In-Service Teachers’ Responses to Multilingual Pedagogies
 Ponte, Eva. and Higgins, Christina.

Ideology, Methodology and Morality in Fieldworkers’ Language Acquisition
 Sawin, Thor.

Immersion Abroad for Teachers: A Learning Context to Build an Emergent Eco-Sociopolitical Consciousness?
 Badenhorst, Pauli. and Smolcic, Elizabeth.

Imperfect Tense: Where Educational Linguistics Meets Poetry to Investigate Bilingual Worlds
 Cahnmann-Taylor, Misha.

Implementing New Technologies in Interpreting Teaching
 Degueldre, Christian.

Implicature and Preference Organization in Students’ Yes/No Interrogatives in L2 Classroom Interaction
 Kääntä, Leila.

Indigenous Ethnic Identity and English Features of Native American and Canadian First Nations Communities
 Newmark, Kalina., Kalina, Nacole. and Stanford, James.

Interactional Competence: Evidence From Topic Management in University Student Meetings.
 El-Wakai, Khadija.

Interactional Competence: What Can We Tell From Collaborative Speaker Transitions in Multiparty University Student Meetings?
 Chen, Qi.

International and Resident L2 Learners in Post-Secondary Writing Programs: Has the Quest for Differences Hidden Similarities?
 Di Gennaro, Kristen.

Interpretive burdens in sustaining the ‘holy grail’ of interprofessional research
 Sarangi, Srikant.

Intersections of Applied Linguistics, Linguistic Anthropology, and Education
 Baquedano-Lopez, Patricia.

Introduction to the 2017 Wilga Rivers Colloquium
 Thorne, Steven.

Investigating the transfer of academic literacies from an EAP course
 Ong, Veronica.


Japan’s English Language Education Policies in an Imagined “English-as-a-Lingua Franca” Context
 Iino, Masakazu. and Butler, Yuko.


Korean Professors’ Pedagogical Efforts and Professional Development Needs in English-medium Instruction
 Park, Jaehan. and Pawan, Faridah.


Language Education into the Anthropocene
 Goulah, Jason.

Language Ideologies About the Uses of an Emerging Sign Language in a Rural Chatino Community
 Hou, Lynn.

Language Teacher Identity and Ethical Self-Formation: A Transdisciplinary Account
 Morgan, Brian. and Miller, Elizabeth.

Language learning and teaching research: What difference do materials make?
 Dagenais, Diane. and Toohey, Kelleen.

Language teaching and learning as a transdiciplinary endeavour
 Liddicoat, Anthony.

Language, Literacy and Health Care: How Applied Linguists Can Be Responsive and Relevant
 Morelli, Katherine. and Warriner, Doris.

Learning history in a college foreign language classroom
 Achugar, Mariana.

Learning how to tell, learning how to ask: Storytelling and minors asylum seekers in Sicily
 De Fina, Anna., Paternostro, Giuseppe. and Amoruso, Marcello.

Linguistic Instrumentalism and National Language Policy in Mainland China's State Print Media Coverage of the “Protecting Cantonese Movement”
 Shao, Qing. and Gao, Xuesong.

Linguistic Rejection and Appreciation in the Los Angeles Linguistic Landscape
 Carr, Jhonni.

Linking Educational Practices to Ideological Preconceptions –‘Pedagogical Translanguaging’ in Mother Tongue Instruction
 Hedman, Christina. and Ganuza, Natalia.

Longitudinal Insights into Interactional Histories
 Kibler, Amanda.

Longitudinal Qualitative Research with Refugee-Background Youth
 Bigelow, Martha.

Longitudinal language education policy analysis: Strengths and challenges
 Harklau, Linda. and Yang, Anna.

Looking back: A Study of (ad-hoc) Family Interpreters
 Angelelli, Claudia.


Making Meaning in Economics Lectures: the “language-content interface” in English-Medium Higher Education
 Dafouz, Emma., Huettner, Julia. and Smit, Ute.

Mama Teacher-Scholars in Academy: Navigating the Privilege and Marginalization of One Mother-Scholar’s Unfinishedness
 Park, Gloria.

Managing researcher dilemmas in narrative interview data and analysis
 Prior, Matthew.

Mapping contestation discourses through linguistic landscapes in the city of Madrid
 Martín Rojo, Luisa.

Marking Unsolicited Teacher Talk in Small-Group Activities: Reasons and Ramifications
 Fagan, Drew.

Measuring Social Interaction during Study Abroad: Methods and Challenges
 Dewey, Dan.

Mediating (Potential) Conflict Situations in a Japanese preschool: Children’s Use of Reported Speech with Peers and Teachers
 Burdelski, Matthew.

Mediating Neoliberalism: An Ethnography of Missionary English Teaching Between South and North Koreans
 Kim, Eun-Yong.

Medium-of-Instruction Policies and Portuguese Dominant Language Ideologies in Angola: Historical Processes and Current Impacts
 Manuel, Nicolau. and Johnson, David.

Methodological Innovations in SA Research: A New Proposal for Assessing Language Use While Abroad
 García-Amaya, Lorenzo.

Methodological Meta-Reflections on Relationship-building and Reciprocity: Theorizing the Ethical Dimensions of Research on Transnationalism
 Warriner, Doris.

Methodology and Praxis: Evidence of L2 Development
 Lantolf, James.

Morning ritual, moral order: Knowledge socialization at an Indian village school
 Bhattacharya, Usree. and Sterponi, Laura.

Multilingualism as an Outcome of Reclamation: New, Ordinary Uses of myaamia
 Leonard, Wesley.


NEȾOLṈEW̱, “One Mind, One People”: Studying Adult Indigenous Language Learners in Mentor-Apprentice Language Learning Programs in Canada
 McIvor, Onowa.

Nahuatl in Coatepec: Language Ideologies, Practices, and Management
 Lagunas, Rosalva.

Negotiating access to resources for refugees and asylum seekers.
 Cogo, Alessia.

Nested Interculturality: An Interdisciplinary Framework for Engaged Applied Linguistics
 Avineri, Netta.

Neurolinguistic Evidence: When Can you Tell if you have a Complete Picture?
 Sabourin, Laura.

Newcomer Students Doing School in the US: Program Design, Faculty Perspectives, and Student Experiences
 Lang, Nora.


On Collecting, Organizing, and Transcribing Online Task-Oriented L2 Interaction Data
 Balaman, Ufuk.

On the Achievement of Intersubjectivity in Multilingual Interaction: Turns, Actions, Stances, and Shared and Unshared Multilingual/multimodal Resources
 Mori, Junko.

Ontological Multilingualism as Epistemic Justice
 Peled, Yael.

Operationalizing an expanded construct of writing proficiency for an occupation-specific test: from workplace criteria to a workable rating scale
 Knoch, Ute., Elder, Catherine., Flynn, Katie., Manias, Elizabeth. and Woodward-Kron, Robyn.

Order in Second Language Conversation
 Wagner, Johannes.


Participant observation as correspondence
 Toohey, Kelleen.

Pause and Preference in Second Language Talk
 Wong, Jean. and Waring, Hansun.

Place, Identity, and Memory in the Linguistic Landscape of East Harlem, New York
 Abraham, Lee.

Politically sensitive findings: The case of early L2 instruction
 Singleton, David. and Pfenninger, Simone.

Post-Development Theory and Vernacular Perspectives on Language
 Katunich, John.

Power Dynamics around a Plurilingual Project: Interest Divergence and Convergence in Luxembourgish Language-in-education Policy
 Weber, Jean-Jacques.

Producing Ishaare: Filmmaking in a Linguistic Ethnography with deaf and hearing people in Mumbai
 Kusters, Annelies., Sahasrabudhe, Sujit. and Gopalakrishnan, Amaresh.


Reading Abilities in Three Languages and their Relationship to Students’ Inductive Reasoning Skills and their Parents’ Level of Education
 Nikolov, Marianne. and Csapo, Beno.

Recognizing, Respecting and Responding. The New 3Rs for a Language Ecology Approach to Schooling in Shifting Langscapes
 Angelo, Denise.

Reflexivity in ethnographic research
 Mochizuki, Naoko.

Reimagining the self: what translanguaging practices and project-based work can do for multilingual international students’ creative agency
 Choi, Julie.

Replication in L2 research: A systematic scoping review and lessons for the field
 Marsden, Emma., Thompson, Sophie. and Abugaber, David.

Representing Video-Recordings of Face-to-Face Interaction: Researcher Subjectivity and Reflexivity
 haneda, mari., Sherman, Brandon., Amory, Michael., Blair, Alissa. and Bose, Frances.

Representing the self honestly in published research
 Casanave, Christine Pearson.

Researching academic writing: What textography affords
 Paltridge, Brian.

Researching language socialization practices and family language policy in bilingual working class neighbourhoods in Cape Town, South Africa
 Coetzee, Frieda.

Rethinking Instruction for English Learners in the Common Core Era: Findings from Implementation of a Pilot English Language Arts Unit
 Rutherford-Quach, Sara., Schlaman, Heather., Muñoz-Muñoz, Eduardo. and Bunch, George.

Rolling in the Deep: Seeing differently through multiple materialities
 Rowsell, Jennifer.


SFL-informed Genre-Based Professional Development: Historical Accounts in Middle School
 Harman, Ruth., Siffrinn, Nicole. and Williams, Patrick.

Scaffolding Argumentative Writing at University Level: Development & Differences in Student Uptake
 Pessoa, Silvia., Miller, Ryan. and Mitchell, Thomas.

School Leaders’ Perceptions of Effectiveness of Curricular Structures in Meeting Language Minority Students’ Learning Needs
 Schlaman, Heather.

Seeing out loud: Engaging borders through “critical photography” in Spanish class
 Schwartz, Adam.

Sexing the animal
 Appleby, Roslyn.

Sexuality and applied linguistics: Introduction to the panel
 Milani, Tommaso.

Side Sequences as Spaces for Validating and Promoting Learner Engagement
 Tadic, Nadja. and DiFelice-Box, Catherine.

Social Inclusion Identities of English Language Home Tutors: stories, Stories, STORIES
 Barkhuizen, Gary.

Spanish Across the Linguistic Schoolscape of an Oregon School District
 Troyer, Robert.

Study Abroad Research and Second Language Acquisition: Recent Findings, New Directions, and Ongoing Questions
 Tullock, Brandon.

Study Abroad and the Building of Reciprocal South/North Relationships: Mindful Engagement to Sustain University Partnerships
 Smolcic, Elizabeth., Childs, Sharon. and Sweeney, Eleanor.

Study Abroad as an Ideological Battlefield: Shift in Learner Beliefs and Attitudes in SA Context
 Zaykovskaya, Irina. and Rawal, Hima.

Styling the self by multimodal activities in social media spaces – the case of urban skiers in Finland
 Peuronen, Saija. and Leppänen, Sirpa.


Task Instructions for Psycholinguistic Experiments and Their Influence on Reaction Time
 Hillman, Kyoko. and Ross, Steven.

Teacher Language Awareness among K-12 US Educators of ELLs
 Lindahl, Kristen.

Teachers Like What They Do: Efforts to Improve the Teaching of Reading and Writing in a Latino Charter High School
 Valdes, Guadalupe., Karla, Lomeli. and Taube, Juddson.

Teachers' policy dilemmas as racial artifacts
 Malsbary, Christine.

Teaching EFL in Marginalized Contexts
 Sayer, Peter.

Teaching Google Search Techniques in L2 Academic Writing Context: A Mixed-Method Study
 Han, Sumi. and Shin, Jeong-Ah.

Teaching Outside the Box(es): The Role of Community Investigations in Language Teacher Development
 Sharkey, Judy.

Teaching Sign Language in the Name of the CEFR: Exploring Tensions Between Monolingual Versus Plurilingual Ideologies
 Snoddon, Kristin.

Technological issues in conversation analytic studies of L2 classroom interaction
 Markee, Numa.

Test construct in policy and public perception: Score-user perspectives on occupation-related language skills
 Pill, John. and Macqueen, Susy.

Test-Takers’ Use of Visual Information In a Video-based Academic Listening Test: Evidence From Cued Retrospective Reporting
 Suvorov, Ruslan.

The Affordances and Constraints of Divergent Perspectives to Privilege and Marginalization in ELT
 Rudolph, Nathanael. and Yazan, Bedrettin.

The Continuums of Ishaare: Emic Language Ideologies on the Difference Between Gesture and Sign
 Sahasrabudhe, Sujit. and Kusters, Annelies.

The Ecological Approach in Action: Classroom Activities for Learner Autonomy
 Yamashita, Hisako.

The Emotional Turn in Teacher Identity Research: The Case of an EFL Teacher
 Wolff, Dominik.

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Uneven distribution of resources in the youth linguascapes of Mongolia
 Dovchin, Sender.

Unpacking interactive decision-making in EFL classrooms: Insights from a CA perspective
 Li, Li.

Unpeeling the Onion: U.S. Naturalization Policy and the Experience of Laotian Refugees
 Daryl, Gordon.

Unravelling Translanguaging: The Potential of Translanguaging as a Scaffold among Teachers and Pupils in Superdiverse Classrooms in Flemish Education
 Rosiers, Kirsten.

Using post-structural linguistic frameworks to explore the school experiences of LGBT+ youth
 Sauntson, Helen.


Vernacular mobile literacies: Multimodal creativity and identity
 Jones, Rodney. and Albawardi, Areej.

Video Enhanced Observation: Adapting tagsets for an innovative Ipad App to collect and analyse L2 interaction data
 Sert, Olcay. and Seedhouse, Paul.

Video Technologies in Research on Instructional Interaction and their Applications in Teacher Education
 Kimura, Daisuke., Malabarba, Taiane. and Kelly Hall, Joan.


What counts as Evidence in Conversation Analysis (CA)?
 Eskildsen, Soren. and Wagner, Johannes.

Whatever the Fusion Cuisine, a Pinch of SALT will Help: Blending Content and Language Through a Language-Aware CLIL Model
 Gierlinger, Erwin.

When contextual constraints require methodological shifts in local research
 Hedgcock, John. and Lee, Heekyeong.

When your life depends on your story: The narrative dimensions of asylum applications
 Shuman, Amy.

Why Media Studies Needs Applied Linguistics
 Tollefson, James.

Why study dialect? Postcolonial Christianity and the Teaching of Vernacular Arabic (Darija) in Algeria
 Love, Stephanie.

Writing What We Feel: SignWriting and the Sensuous Qualities of Translanguaging in a German Classroom
 Hoffmann-Dilloway, Erika.


Young people’s reorganizations and exploitations of linguistic diversity in heterogeneous Copenhagen
 Møller, Janus.


Zapotequización: Creating Ideological and Implementational Spaces to Teach and Learn Diidxazá in Higher Education
 Lopez-Gopar, Mario., De Korne, Haley. and Ríos Ríos, Kiara.
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