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Ed.D Student Di Yu to present at AAAL 2013  ☆

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Professor Hansun Waring and Ed.D student Elizabeth Reddington to present at Colloquium at AAAL 2013  ☆

DIS Research Methods and Research Questions in Humor Studies This colloquium critically examines the present research agenda in humor studies and calls for its expansion, in terms of both the research methods being used and the types of questions being asked. The contributions of mixed methods, conversation analysis, longitudinal case studies, and acoustic analysis to …

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Professors James Purpura and Hansun Waring to present at Colloquium at AAAL 2013  ☆

ILTA at AAAL Colloquium - Learning-Oriented Assessment (LOA) in Classrooms: A Place where SLA, Interaction, and Language Assessment Interface Many L2 assessment researchers (e.g., Rea-Dickins, 2003; Leung, 2005) have acknowledged the central role that assessment plays in L2 classrooms and have recognized the need to relate assessment principles and practices to teaching and learning. Empirical …

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Ed.D Student Drew Fagan to present at AAAL 2013 and TESOL 2013  ☆

AAAL 2013 From "No" to "Let's Think About That": Systematically Managing Negative Feedback in L2 Classroom Discourse The current study examines the systematicity with which one expert ESOL teacher provides and differentiates negative feedback practices across classroom interactions. Utilizing conversation analytic and ethnographic methods, varied examples of the teacher’s negative feedback practices will be examined …

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Dr. Carolin Fuchs and Dr. Bill Snyder to present at Roundtable Session at AAAL 2013  ☆

It's Not Just the Tool: Instructional Design for Exploiting the Potential of Social Networking This case study explores the extent to which pre-service language teachers used Google Wave, an online writing tool and social networking site, beyond their pedagogical tasks, and the course design implications of this use. Genre-based pedagogy may be a necessary support …

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Ed.D. students Sarah Creider & Catherine Box to present at AAAL 2012: Showing While Telling: Performing Directions in Tutoring Sessions 

Showing While Telling: Performing Directions in Tutoring Sessions

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Professor Hansun Waring to present at AAAL 2012: “Any questions?”: Investigating the Nature of Understanding-check in the Language Classroom 

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Doctoral Student Drew S. Fagan to present at AAAL 2012: Giving Feedback Systematically: A Conversation Analytic and Ethnographic Examination of Teacher Practices 

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Dr. Carolin Fuchs and Dr. Bill Snyder with M.A. Alumni Shannon Bishop and Pantelis Charalambous to Present at AAAL 2012 

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Professor Hansun Zhang Waring with Ed.d. Students Sarah Creider and Tara Tarpey, and M.A. Student Rebecca Black to Present at AAAL 2011 

Conference: AAAL 2011 Presentation Title: A search for specificity in understanding CA and context. Paper to be presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference (AAAL): Chicago, Illinois. Abstract Based on videotaped interactions from both ordinary conversations and institutional talk, this paper contributes to the ongoing debate regarding CA and context by detailing …

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Ed.D. Students Catherine Box and Sarah Creider to Present at AAAL 2011 

Conference: AAAL 2011 Presentation Title: Look, Touch, & Talk: Doing Participation and Pedagogy in a Tutoring Session

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Ed.D. Students Drew S. Fagan to Present at AAAL 2011 

American Association of Applied Linguistics - Chicago, IL Presentation Title: Discursive Practices that Hinder Student Participation in the Language Classroom Abstract Using conversation analysis, the presenter examines one teacher’s discursive practices that hinder student participation during whole-group activities. It was found that when the teacher (1) disattends to learners’ voices or (2) assumes the role …

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Ed.D. Student Rebekah Johnson to Present at AAAL 

Name: Rebekah Johnson Conference: AAAL (Chicago, IL; March 26-29) Presentation title: Discursive Practices in Family Interaction: Strategies for Displaying Religious Values in Discussions between Adult Children and their Parents Abstract The context of the family is one of the most important environments for individual development and for the learning of social and cultural practices. Children …

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Professor ZhaoHong Han and TC Alumna Dr. Monika Ekiert Organize Colloquium at AAAL 2011 

Conference: THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS ANNUAL CONFERENCE (Chicago, March 26-29, 2011) Colloquium Title: Beyond a Decade of Focus on Form (1998-2008): Giving Learner Meaning Its Proper Place Organizers: ZhaoHong Han and Monika Ekiert+ Other panelists: Adrienne Wai Man Lew, Ji-Yung Jung, Yayuan (Anny) Sun, Eun-Young Kang,  Mi-Sun Park, Shaoyan Qi Abstract This colloquium …

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Ed.D. Student Hiromi Noguchi to Present at AAAL 2011 

Conference: American Association for Applied Linguistics 2011 Conference, Chicago, March 26-29, 2011. Presentation Title: Reexamining the Lexicalization Patterns of Motion Events of Japanese and English: Perspectives of Ease of Processing, Frequency, and Form-Meaning Variability Abstract This presentation re-examines form-meaning relationships in languages of two supposedly different typologies (English and Japanese), in terms of Talmy's (1985, …

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TC Ed.M. Alumnus Fred S. Tsutagawa to Present at AAAL 2011 

Conference: American Association for Applied Linguistics 2011 Conference, Chicago, March 26-29, 2011. Title: The effects of explicit humor instruction on the humor comprehension of advanced second language learners of English Abstract Humor is widely recognized as a ubiquitous and vital psychosocial construct that is important to individuals on various mental, emotional, physical, and interpersonal dimensions, …

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Dr. Carolin Fuchs to Present at AAAL 2011 

Conference: American Association for Applied Linguistics 2011 Conference, Chicago, March 26-29, 2011. Presentation Title: Methodological Implications of Using Google Applications (Google Sites and Google Wave) for Cross-Institutional Collaboration in Language Teacher Education Abstract In computer-mediated discourse analysis (CMDA), disrupted turn adjacency has been cited as highly problematic because messages get posted in the order received …

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Ed.D. Students Tara Tarpey and Drew Fagan to Present at AAAL 2011 

Title of Presentation: The Influence of Nonverbal Conduct in Language Learning Environments Abstract Using conversation analysis as a framework, this presentation investigates the range of influence that nonverbal conduct can have on interaction in two second-language education settings: a writing center and an ESL classroom. The significance of nonverbal conduct in conversation analysis has been …

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MA Student Jungna Kim to Present at AAAL 2011 

Title of Presentation: Output effect on noticing and acquisition of the passive voice: a replication of the study of Izumi and Bigelow Abstract A number of recent studies in cognitive psychology and second language acquisition (SLA) have focused on how best to draw learners' attention to certain grammatical features in the input.  Based on Schmidt …

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