Acquisition of Japanese Voiceless Stops by English-Dominant Children in a Two-Way Immersion Bilingual Program

Tetsuo Harada, Professor of Applied Linguistics at Waseda University will be speaking at UCL IoE’s Jeffery Hall, on Wednesday, 6th of March, from 5:30-6:30pm as part of their Applied Linguistics Research Seminar Series.  This seminar will look at how no systematic studies have been done on pronunciation skills in two-way immersion bilingual programs, in which a balanced number of students from each target language group are enrolled in a class, and they are expected to get more exposed to a second language (L2) from peers than in one-way immersion programs.

All full abstract of the event can be found here.