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Hall of Languages
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Weekly Meeting With Dr. Lucy Pickering
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Past conferences:

2015

Hosted by the Applied Linguistics Laboratory and the Department of Literature & Languages:

Seventh Annual Conference

Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching

Texas A&M University-Commerce

"Pacific Tower" campus, 1910 Elm St. Dallas, TX

Theme: L2 Pronunciation and Discourse

Friday October 16 –Saturday October 17, 2015

Traditional approaches to pronunciation instruction emphasized the accuracy of segments in artificial contexts such as minimal pairs (Trim, 1965). Even suprasegmental features such as intonation and prominence were drilled as individualized grammatical structures.  As theoretical interest shifted toward analysis of discourse, understanding the pronunciation features of speech in natural contexts has become increasingly relevant to both research perspectives and pedagogical approaches to L2 pronunciation (Shockey, 2003; Chun, 2002). The theme of the 7th Annual PSLLT conference celebrates these developments with a focus on pronunciation in the discourse context and implications for L2 pronunciation teaching and learning.

Applied Linguistics Laboratory

2014 

Hosted by the Applied Linguistics Laboratory and the Department of Literature & Languages:

                            

DFW Metroplex Linguistics Conference

2014  

Hosted by Texas A&M-Commerce,

Applied Linguistics Lab

at the

Texas A&M University-Commerce Rockwall center

2610 Observation Trail Rockwall, TX 75032

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Coffee and free registration beginning at 8.30am

Program begins at 9am and ends at 5pm


Presentations of on-going research

in many areas of linguistics

from four schools in the DFW metroplex.

 

Contact lucy.pickering@tamuc.edu for more information

Humor Research Conference

For information about this conference click here.

Applied Linguistics Laboratory