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 … Continue reading Acquisition of Japanese Voiceless Stops by English-Dominant Children in a Two-Way Immersion Bilingual Program
Language Analysis in Schools: Education and Research (LASER), a new campaigning group approved by BAAL and the LAGB, will hold its official launch event on Monday 11th March 2019, 10am- 5pm, kindly hosted by the British Academy in London. The event is free to attend and we invite teachers, academics, members of exam boards and any … Continue reading LASER launch event, British Academy, Monday 11th March 2019
PALA and the Doctoral School of the University of Sussex will be hosting a study day on February 22nd, from 1pm -5pm, that will introduce key ideas in pragmatic stylistics and some of the most recent research ideas in this rapidly growing field. The event is aimed at students at all levels (BA, MA and PhD) … Continue reading Pragmatics and Literature: A study day at the University of Sussex
Alexandre Duchêne, Professor of the Sociology of Language at the University of Fribourg and Co-Director of the Institute of Multilingualism, will be speaking at UCL IoE's Jeffery Hall, on Wednesday, 20th of February, from 5:30-6:30 pm at part of their Applied Linguistics Research Seminar Series. Professor Duchêne will be discussing how applied linguists, psycholinguists and … Continue reading Capitalist Multilingualism as an Academic Challenge
The Forum On Language Learning Motivation are holding an event on how to successfully complete a masters dissertation in motivation for language learning and teaching. If you're interested, find out more here. To register, go to this page.
Join us at the Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication for a seminar with Emma Browning, one of our PhD students, who will be discussing her research findings. The seminar is on at 2-3pm on Wednesday 6th February and is the first seminar this term in the Language, Mind and Society series.