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Program: XXII Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning Research Working Group Meeting

Thursday, October 1st, 2015
Rutgers University, Camden: Multipurpose Room, Campus Center

Time

Presenter(s)

Affiliation

Title

Session

8:00-8:30

Continental Breakfast Provided

Registration

8:30-8:55

Welcome Remarks by Chancellor Phoebe Haddon And Dean Kris Lindenmeyer

9:00-9:50

Paolo Infante

PennState University

A Learner’s Demonstration of Conceptual Understanding through Extending the Scope of a Symbolic Tool

Data Analysis

10:00-10:50

German Vargas

UMass / Otterbein University

Critical Digital Pedagogy: a Design-based Approach for Mapping, Mediating, and Assessing Learning

Methodology

 

11:00-11:50

Francisca Aguiló-Mora & Eduardo Negueruela-Azarola

University of Miami

Becoming a Poet in the Language Classroom: Representation, Internalization, and Motion Events

Data Analysis

 

12:00-1:30

Lunch

 

1:30-2:20

Kimberly Buescher

PennState University

Second language narrative literacy development

Data Analysis

2:30-3:20

Próspero García & Silvia Perez-Cortes

Rutgers University

A Conceptual Approach to Fostering Critical Language Awareness in the Heritage Language

Data Analysis

 

3:20-3:40

Coffee Break

3:40-4:30

Mónica Durán

University of Miami

Conceptual Blending in the Second language Classroom

Praxis

4:40-5:30

Lindsay Kurtz

PennState University

Reading for thinking: Systemic theoretical instruction in the second language legal classroom

Data Analysis

5:30-7:30

Welcome Reception

 

Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Rutgers University, Camden: Multipurpose Room, Campus Center

Time

Presenter(s)

Affiliation

Title

Session

8:30-9:00

Continental Breakfast Provided

9:00-9:50

Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch

University of Nebraska at Omaha

Vocabulary mediation and development in NS-NNS interactions

Data Analysis

10:00-10:50

Kimi Nakatsukasa, Gale Stam & Benjamin White

Texas Tech University, National Louis University & St. Michael’s College

Gesture and Preposition Learning

 

Data Analysis

11:00-11:50

Alex Rosborough

Brigham Young University

Pre-K Social and Emotional Relationships: Is it Perezhivanie?

Data Analysis

12:00-1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:20

Matthew Poehner & Merrill Swain

PennState University & University of Toronto

L2 development as cognitive-affective process

Theory

2:30-3:20

Kyoko Masuda & Ángela Labarca

 

Georgia institute of technology

A combined sociocultural theory and usage-based approach to presenting Japanese polysemous particles

Data Analysis

3:20-3:40

Break

3:40-4:30

Steve McCafferty

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

An exploration of consciousness and its role in SCT and SL development

Theory

4:40-5:30

Marilia Ferreira

University of São Paulo

Dialectical thinking about language and writing performance: learning and development in developmental teaching

Data Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015
Rutgers University, Camden: Multipurpose Room, Campus Center

Time

Presenter(s)

Affiliation

Title

Session

8:30-9:00

Continental Breakfast Provided

9:00-9:50

Tianyu Qin & Remi A. van Compernolle

Carnegie Mellon University

Dynamic assessment of implicature comprehension in L2 Chinese

Data Analysis

10:00-10:50

Jane Nolan

 

Leeds Beckett University

 

‘Scaffolding’ Second Language (L2) Academic Writing using SCT and Systemic Functional Linguistics

Data Analysis

11:00-11:50

Ida Chavoshan

University of Pittsburgh

 

Unanticipated student utterances and teacher contingency in an adult ESL classroom

Praxis

12:00-1:00

Lunch

1:00-1:50

Ana Paula Santos

Universidade de São Paulo

The role of children’s private speech learning English in a bilingual international school

Data Analysis

 

2:00-2:50

 

Alaska Black-Hults

Brigham Young University

Harré’s Positioning Theory as Analytical Tool in Vygotskian SCT Research

 

Theory

 

3:00-3:30

2015 SCT Planning Meeting

Closing Remarks