L-SLARF Colloquium 2018

For anyone interested in SLA

L-SLARF is a group of academics working in and around the London area who share an interest in second language acquisition (website, facebook). We are hosting an annual colloquium event on Saturday 2nd of June at Birkbeck, University of London. We will share the results of our ongoing projects focusing on various dimensions of second language acquisition. To book a ticket, please click here. All welcome!

Starts Saturday 2nd June, 2018 10:00 – 17:00

Room TBA
Main Birkbeck Building
WC1E 7HX London
United Kingdom
Booking details
Free entry; booking required
To book a ticket please click here.

Presenters include:

Parvaneh Tavakoli (Reading)

A detailed analysis of oral fluency at different levels of proficiency

Andrea Revesz (UCL)

Investigating the effects of task type on L2 writing processes using eye-tracking, keystroke-logging and stimulated recall

Paul Booth (Kingston)

Exploratory talk and task based learning: a case study of a student’s learning journey on an MA (Education) English language teaching course.

Peter Skehan (Birkbeck)

The Story of Planning: 1987-2017

Pauline Foster (St. Mary)

Implicit Learning Mechanisms in Longterm L2 Morphosyntactic Attainment: An Aptitude-Treatment Design

Kate Hammer (UCL)

L1 + L2 to the power of culture: acculturation and language use for cognitive domains in bilinguals

Ana Pellicer Sanchez (UCL)

Reading and Reading-while-listening in multimodal learning conditions: A comparison of L1 and L2 readers”

Kazuya Saito (Birkbeck) & Viktoria Magne (West London)

How do L2 users with varied backgrounds differentially perceive the comprehensibility of L2 speech? A mixed-effects modeling study

***Check our event last year (L-SLARF Colloquium 2017) here:

L-SLARF Website       [here]

L-SLARF Facebook    [here]

L-SLARF 2017 Day 1 [here]

L-SLARF 2017 Day 2 [here]

L-SLARF pictures       [here[

L-SlARF ppt slides      [here]

Kazuya Saito, Hui Sun, Yui Suzukida, Mai Tran & Meltem Ilkan (Birkbeck)
Viktoria Magne (West London)
***If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact at k.saito@bbk.ac.uk

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