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Organizado por Rosa María Manchón Ruiz y Julio Roca de Larios

L2WR Seminar. The Language Learning Potential of L2 Writing and Written Corrective Feedback: Advancing Research Agendas

  • Fechas:

    Del 17/05/18 al 19/05/18

  • Lugar:

    Facultad de Letras, Murcia, España (mapa)

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We invite you to join leading international scholars and fellow researchers in an in-depth exploration and discussion of the latest theoretical, empirical and methodological dimensions of research into the language learning potential of second language writing and written corrective feedback processing.

 
AIM. The aim of the Seminar is to bring together experts in the field to enable us to take stock of past developments and advance future research agendas.
 
Dates and place. University of Murcia in Spain from 17th to 19th May, 2018.
 
  • On Days 1 and 2, state-of-the-art and position papers, as well as recent empirical studies will be presented and discussed by invited guest speakers in a series of specialised seminars.
  • Day 3 will be dedicated to parallel sessions for which participants at the Seminar are invited to submit proposals presenting original research on the theme of the Seminar (empirical studies, up to 300-words abstract: Submission here)
  • As places on the Research Seminar are limited, presenters, as well as those participants not presenting papers, are encouraged to register early to avoid disappointment.

 

Invited keynote speakers

Mohammad Ahmadian

Heidi Byrnes

Alistair Cumming

David Galbraith

Marije Michel

Parvaneh Tavakoli

Andrea Revesz

Diane Schmitt

Natsuko Shintani

 
Call for papers. Proposals are invited for papers describing original research on the language learning potential of L2 writing or written corrective feedback processing. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words and include a 50-word summary. Selected papers will be presented in parallel sessions held throughout the morning of day 3 of the seminar, Saturday 19th May, 2018. Each paper will be assigned a thirty-minute slot allowing 20 minutes for the presentation plus 10 minutes for questions. Submission here
  • Submission deadline for abstracts:  extended, January 20th 30th 2018
  • Notification of acceptance:  January 25th 1st February 2018

 

Early bird registration: February 1st to  March 31st, 2018

  • Late registration: Abril 1st to May 15th 
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    Program overview (PDF) updated May 8, 2018

    Full program (PDF) updated May 8, 2018

    Program by day:

     

    THURSDAY 17

    Hemiciclo, Facultad de Letras

    8.00-8.30

    REGISTRATION

    8.30-9.00

    Official opening

    9.05-9.15

    INTRODUCTION TO DAY 1: Rosa Manchón

    9.15-11.00

    SEMINAR 1. L2 WRITING: WRITING TASKS AND L2 LEARNING. RESEARCH INSIGHTS  

    9.15-10.00

    Parvaneh Tavakoli

     Task-modality effects. Issues in past and current theory and research (Focus paper)

    10.00-10.30

    Roger Gilabert height:12px;">

    10.30-11.00

    Alberto Sánchez, Rosa M. Manchón height:9px;">

    11.05-11.25

    Coffee break

    11.30-14.00

    SEMINAR 2. L2 WRITING: Linguistic processing while writing and L2 learning. RESEARCH INSIGHTS

    11.30-12.15

    Alister Cumming.

    Writing and L2 Learning: Resources, self-regulation, and interactions

     (Focus paper)

    12.15-12.45

    Sonia López-Serrano, Julio Roca de Larios height:33px;">

    12.45-13.15

    Andrea Revesz height:23px;">

    13.15-13.35

    Discussant: David Galbraith

     

    13.35-13.55

    Questions ">

    14.00-15.25

    Lunch break

    15.30-19.00

    SEMINAR 3. LOOKING AHEAD. L2 WRITING AND L2 LEARNING. Advancing research agendas

    15.30 -16.15

    Heidi Byrnes

    L2 writing and linguistic development: Reflections, refractions, reconsiderations

    (Position paper)

    16.15-17.00

    David Galbraith

    A dual-process model of L1 writing processes: Implications for L2 writing research agendas on processing and language development

    (Position paper)

    17.05-17.25

    Coffeee break

    17.30-18.15

     

    Andrea Revesz height:22px;">

    18.15-18.35

     

    Discussant: Alister Cumming

    18.35-19.00

    Questions height:5px;">

    19.30

    WELCOME RECEPTION

     

    FRIDAY 18

    Hemiciclo, Facultad de Letras

    8.00-8.30

    REGISTRATION

    8.30-8.40

    INTRODUCTION TO DAY 2: Julio Roca de Larios

    8.45-11.00

    SEMINAR 4. WCF Effects and L2 learning. RESEARCH INSIGHTS

    8.45-9.30

    Natsuko Shintani

    Effects of different types of feedback: Issues in past and current theory and research (Focus paper)

    9.30-10.00

    Mohammad Ahmadian

    The effects of written corrective feedback and cognitive abilities on the development of linguistic knowledge (Empirical study)

    10.00-10.30

    Flori Nicolás-Nicolás height:12px;">

    10.30-11.00

    Lourdes Cerezo height:9px;">

    11.05-11.25

    Coffee break

    11.30-14.00

     

     

    SEMINAR 5. WCF PROCESSING AND LANGUAGE LEARNING. RESEARCH INSIGHTS

    11.30-12.15

    Julio Roca de Larios height:17px;">

    12.15-12.45

    Julio Roca de Larios, Yvette Coyle, Josefa Cánovas height:33px;">

    12.45-13.15

    Rosa Manchón, Lourdes Cerezo height:23px;">

    13.15-13.35

    Discussant: Natsuko Shintani

    13.35-13.55

    Questions ">

    14.00-15.25

    Lunch break

    15.30-19.00

    SEMINAR 6

    LOOKING AHEAD. WCF and L2 learning. ADVACING RESEARCH AGENDAS

    15.30 -16.15

    Diane Schmitt

    Can writing and WCF facilitate the development of a richer vocabulary? Advancing research agendas (Position paper)

    16.15-17.00

    Mohammad Ahmadian

    Individual differences in feedback processing. Advancing research agendas  (Position paper)

    17.05-17.25

    Coffeee break

    17.30-18.15

     

    Javier Marín, Miguel A. Pérez-Sánchez height:22px;">

    18.15-18.35

    Discussant: Rosa Manchón

    18.35-19.00

    Questions height:5px;">

     

     

     

    Saturday 19

     

    STRAND: WR

    Hemiciclo

    STRAND: WCF

    Sala Mariano Baquero

    8.30-9.00

     

    Mercader

    The effects of written languaging on grammatical complexity, accuracy, and fluency. A study with advanced EFL writers in a revision task

    9.00-9.30

    Vasylets height:45px;">

    Boggs

    A mixed-methods longitudinal investigation of facilitating L2 writers’ use of corrective feedback

    9.30-10.00

    Al-Saadi height:47px;">

    Larsen

    The learning potential of feedback on the L2 writing of sociology students

     

    10.00-10.30

    McBride

    Writing-to-learn content in a CLIL Spanish compulsory secondary education environment. An exploratory study

    Chacón

    Learning English with the help of Grammar Checker: What can we expect from written corrective feedback?

    10.30-11.00

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    González-Cruz

    Evidence of the effectiveness of error correction on the improvement of CAF measures in L2 writing: An exploratory study

    11.00-11.30

    COFFEE BREAK

     

     

    STRAND: WR

    Hemiciclo

    STRAND: WR

    Sala Mariano Baquero

    11.30-12.00

    Marcus Saller   

    The learning potential of L2 collaborative writing: A study of syntactic complexity development at tertiary level

    García-Pastor

    Implementing a genre-based pedagogy in L2 writing instruction: Raising students’ awareness of genre and the use of evaluative language in EFL

    12.00-12.30

    Imaz-Aguirre height:41px;">

    Al ´Adawi

    Modelling self-regulation strategies and writing performance

    12.30-13.00

    Stiefenhöfer

    Investigating peer interaction in computer supported collaborative L2 writing. An eye-tracking and stimulated recall study       

    Cornejo-Sosa

    Evaluación autorregulada de la escritura de estudiantes universitarios a través de guiones y de revisión por pares          

    13.00-13.30

    SEMINAR CLOSING


     

     

     

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