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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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MA Applied Linguistics Student EunSeok Ro to present at the Graduate Student Forum at TESOL 2013  ☆

The Graduate Student Forum is a 1-day mini-conference
that invites graduate students in TESOL teacher preparation programs to share the results of their research, their teaching ideas and experiences, and the materials they have developed. Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, Texas Wednesday, March 20, 8:00am - 5:00pm

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Dr. Inez Heath selected as a member of the Standing Committee on Diversity for TESOL Organization  ☆

Dr. Inez Heath has been selected to serve a 3-year term as a member of the Standing Committee on Diversity. Congratulations, Dr. Inez Heath!

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Ed.D. Students Catherine Box & Sarah Creider to present at TESOL 2012: What Students Do: Gauging Participation by Analyzing Nonverbal Conduct 

This study analyzes the nonverbal conduct of preschool-aged bilingual/ESL (Spanish-English) students as they participate in mathematical tasks in one-on-one tutoring sessions. Using discourse analysis, presenters show that students demonstrate their engagement through gaze, gesture, and body positioning rather than talk. Such findings may aid content-area teachers in assessing student involvement.

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Dr. Howard Williams to Co-organize and Present at Panel at TESOL 2011 

Conference: TESOL 2011 in New Orleans Panel Title: Linguistic Issues in Writing from Sources Topic covered: Reported written discourse, in particular hedging and verb choice.

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