CALPER 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics Deadline Approaching

3rd SUMMER INSTITUTE IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS

— Registration Deadline is Approaching —

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The Center for Language Acquisition and the Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research (CALPER) at Penn State University will hold the 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics at the University Park campus.

The Institute has two sessions – Session I from June 22-July 3 and Session II from July 6-17.

Courses can be taken for credit or non-credit.

Registration is through Penn State University – Deadline for registration is MAY 22, 2009. Link to the Summer Institute’s Web site. Link to Course descriptions

The following courses are offered.

TWO-WEEK COURSES (Session I: June 22 – July 3, 2009)

APLNG 597A

L2 Sentence Processing: Theory and Experimental Quantitative Research Methods – Nuria Sagarra

APLNG 597B

Lending a Hand: Gesture and L2 Learning and Teaching – Steven McCafferty

APLNG 597C

The Contributions of Chaos/Complexity Theory to Applied Linguistics – Diane Larsen-Freeman

APLNG 597D

Implicit and Explicit Knowledge of a Second Language: Investigating Learning and Instruction – Yasuhiro Shirai

APLNG 597E

Technology, Mediation, and Second Language Development – Steven L. Thorne

APLNG 597F

Psycholinguistic Approaches to Second Language Development – Kees de Bot

APLNG 597G

Language and Identity – Tim McNamara

APLNG 597I

Cognition and SLA – Nick Ellis

APLNG 597K

Language as Symbolic Power – Claire Kramsch

APLNG 596A

Language and Alzheimer’s – Robert Schrauf

APLNG 596B

Writing in Second Languages – Alister Cumming

APLNG 596C

Self, Identity, Agency: The Theory and Practice of Action-based Learning and Teaching – Leo van Lier

APLNG 596E

Cognitive Linguistics and Its Application to Second Language Learning – Marjolijn Verspoor

APLNG 497I

World Englishes: New Questions for Policy, Proficiency, and Pedagogy – Suresh Canagarajah

TWO-WEEK COURSES (Session II: July 6 – 17, 2009)

APLNG 596F

Error Correction in L2 Classrooms – Lourdes Ortega

APLNG 596G

Second Language Conversations – Johannes Wagner

APLNG 596I

A Conceptualization-based Approach to Grammar, Corpus, Discourse Analysis, and Cognitive Linguistics – Susan Strauss

APLNG 596K

Introducing Sociocultural Theories Through Narratives of Second Language Learning and Teaching – Merrill Swain

APLNG 497A

Second Language Teacher Education – Karen E. Johnson and Paula Golombek

APLNG 497B

Qualitative Interviews in Applied Linguistics – Gabriele Kasper

APLNG 497C

Non-western Perspectives on Applied Linguistics: Toward a Globalizing Applied Linguistics – Sinfree Makoni

APLNG 497D

Critical Language Testing: Power, Consequences, Responsibility, and Responses – Elana Shohamy

APLNG 497E

Classroom Interaction and Language Learning – Joan Kelly Hall

APLNG 497F

Multilingualism: Psycholinguistic, Sociolinguistic, and Educational Perspectives – Jasone Cenoz

APLNG 497G

Sociocultutal Theory and the Pedagogical Imperative – James P. Lantolf

APLNG 596D

Computational and Statistical Methods for Corpus Analysis – Xiaofei Lu

APLNG 497K

L2 Classroom-based Assessment – Pauline Rea-Dickins and Matthew E. Poehner

APLNG 496A

The Interactional Instinct: The Evolution and Acquisition of Language – John H. Schumann