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11th Annual Conference

Saturday, February 15, 2014

TALGS Conference

 
Schedule of Events - TALGS 2014
 8:30 Registration opens
 9:00-9:25
(Papers)

Micro-level linguistic features in the argumentative English writing of Chinese and American College students

Xiangyu Jianag &
Liang Chen

Room 334


L2 Writing

An examination of the disproportionality of emergent bilinguals in special education


Jennifer Williamson


Room 335

TESOL/
Sociocultural Issues

Building identities for linguistically and culturally diverse students: an interview with a first-year teacher

Elena Tosky King


Room 336

TESOL/
Sociocultural Issues

 9:30-9:55
(Papers)

Being a multilingual writer in graduate school




Soojin Ahn

Room 334


L2 Writing

When ESL and Special Education services collide: investigating service delivery for ELLs with disabilities

Sara E.N. Kangas

Room 335

TESOL/
Sociocultural Issues 

Language Policy and Language of Instruction at a Danish University



Kimberly Chopin

Room 336

TESOL/
Sociocultural Issues

 10:00-10:15 Coffee break

 10:15-10:40
(Papers) 

Identity through Writing in World Englishes: Interrogating Ideologies of Writing Standards in U.S. Universities

Sarah Moseley

 


Room 334

L2 Writing

Intercultural Learning through Conflict in a Japanese-English Tele-collaboration

 
Tomoe Nishio & Masanobu Nakatsugawa


Room 335

Sociocultural Issues

 

 

 

 Note: Poster Presentations Will
Open at This Time.

10:45-11:40 Poster Presentations/Gallery

Compound Formation in American Sign Language: Approaching a Clear Definition
Henry Marx (Linguistics
What supports language teacher professional development?
Sibel Korkmazgil (TESOL)
Language testing: a conservative field in applied linguistics?
Sibel Korkmazgil (TESOL)
Look in the mirror before looking at your students: cultural self-awareness in ESL instructors
Adrianna Semerjian (TESOL/Sociocultural Issues)
28 Epicene and personal "they": the Past and future of English pronouns
Alice Murphy (Linguistics)

 11:40-12:40 Plenary
The Common Core State Standards: Opportunity and Challenge
Dr. Sarah Rilling, Kent State University
Room 346

 12:45-1:30 Lunch

 1:35-2:15 (Workshops)

Critical thinking tasks and L2 vocabulary acquisition


Kate Hein


Room 334

TESOL

Unwrapping the Common Core Standard for English Language Learners

Pamela Singer &
Zelda Jordan

Room 335

TESOL

 
 2:20-3:00 (Workshops)

Using digital storytelling to teach elementary ESL grammar

Brenda Wawire,
Wasan Tawfeeq & Minkyung Yu

Room 336

TESOL

Tutorials: English Language Learners find support in the 21st Century

Jennifer Melton, Tamara Jett-Davis & Laura Lopez

 
Room 337

TESOL

"I have met the devil and his name is Grading Papers"

May F. Chung



Room 335

TESOL

3:10-4:00 - Plenary Speaker's Workshop
Room 346

 4:00-4:15
Announcement of the Best Paper Award and closing remarks
Strands: L2 Writing, Linguistics, TESOL, TESOL/Sociocultural Issues
 

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