SLA Majors Poster Session

Date: 
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Friday, February 20, 2015
Location: 
1418 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive

SLA majors will share their work at an informal poster session and reception the afternoon of Friday, February 20 from 2:00-4:00pm.  Students will present term paper or dissertation work and get feedback from faculty and other students.  Data may be represented on simple printouts and need not be printed as formal presentation posters. 1418 Van Hise Hall.

 

Program

 

Analyzing L2 Identities Through Metaphor
by Daria Aleeva, Lauren Goodspeed, Julia Ruck

 

Research Challenges: Applying Methods Across Languages
by Bicho Azevedo

 

Two French Language Teachers’ Understandings of the Passé Composé and the Imparfait

by Amy Clay

 

An Ethnographic Case Study of the Literacy and Second Language Acquisition of Muslim Refugees in the U.S.

by Sara Farsiu

 

Bilinguals in the Borderlands

by Colleen Hamilton

 

Language in Indonesian Popular Culture: Code-switching, Identity and Power

by Nelly Martin

 

Professional Development among Communities of Foreign Language Teachers

by Margaret Merrill

 

Attitudes and Motivation of American Learners of Persian/Farsi, Arabic, and Scandinavian Languages: A Comparative Study 
by Fatemeh Mirsharifi

 

Franco-Maghrebi Young Adults’ Negotiation of Identities within the French Education System

by Sandrine Pell

 

Interactive Practice of Study Abroad Learners in a Multilingual Context
by Kazeem Sanuth

 

Elicitation Techniques in the ESL Classroom

by Chen Sun

 

Bridging the Gap: Faculty and Student Perceptions of Foreign Language Programs

by Leah Wicander

 

Russian Flagship Tutorials: Participant Beliefs Manifested in Social Interactions

by Snezhana Zheltoukhova

 

Contact: 

Wendy Johnson, 608-262-4077

Sponsor(s): 

Doctoral Program in SLA Program, Language Institute