4th Annual Applied Linguistics and Second Language Conference on Learning and Teaching
Foreign Language Building, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Friday, April 10, 12 noon to 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 11, 9 AM to 12 noon
- Effect on Grammar Acquisition by Order of Implicit and Explicit Instruction - Rachel Branch
- Motivate Students to Succeed by Teaching Effective L2 Learning Strategies - Dr. Karen Cody
- Inter-rater reliability in the Performance Test: Summer workshop 2014 - Dustin Florence
- Language and Acculturation - Yuanyuan Gao
- The Role of Noticing: An Experimental Study on Chinese Tones in a CFL Classroom - Zihan Geng & Chen-Yu Liu
- The Effectiveness of Implicit and Explicit CF on the Acquisition of Japanese Particles - Takehiro Iizuka
- Testing Recall of Corrective Feedback: An Action-research Study - Jared Travis
The conference is organized by the Applied Linguistics and Second Language Studies section of the Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures (CMLL) Department at Texas Tech University.
- To promote applied research on second and foreign language teaching and learning
- To encourage graduate students and faculty members in applied linguistics, and second and foreign language, to present their research
Fields of Interest: Including but not limited to curriculum, testing, course and program evaluation, course and program administration, pedagogy, second language acquisition, international teaching assistant (ITA) research, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, materials design, literature as sources of cultural literacy.
We are inviting abstracts of approximately 250 words on the above fields of interest. Send PDF files to Elli Geng and Kristina Mayer. Presentations will be 20 minutes plus a 10 minutes Q&A session.
Refreshments will be served. For out of town guests, we may be able to arrange overnight lodging in our homes. We will arrange parking for those driving from off-campus.