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  • In Memoriam | FLARES
    a key figure in the development of authentic television materials for the teaching of language and culture including the leadership of PICS The University of Iowa s project for national distribution of foreign television programming and the creation of Flash based activities created in Iowa s ObjectMover authoring system The author of multiple articles on topics related to multimedia he was a founding member of FLARE The University of Iowa s Ph D program in second language acquisition KATHY HEILENMAN 1945 2009 r L Kathy Heilenman was an influential language scholar teacher and mentor in the fields of second language acquisition and language pedagogy The lead author of Voilà An Introduction to French now in its fourth edition she also published scholarly articles in the Modern Language Journal Language Learning the Journal of Applied Psycholinguistics and the Journal of French Linguistics She also authored several book chapters and edited a volume in the series produced by the American Association of University Supervisors Coordinators and Directors of Foreign Language Programs At the University of Iowa she was a founding co director of Foreign Language Acquisition Research and Education FLARE and its interdisciplinary Ph D program in Second Language Acquisition IN MEMORIAM

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  • FLARE Gallery | FLARES
    always welcome FLARE Poster Sessions FLARE holds a poster session each semester at which students in SLA and other related courses display their research projects and talk informally with guests and fellow researchers Some of these guests come from neighboring schools e g students from Iowa State University and from other departments here at UI e g from Education Linguistics Like the FLARE Forums poster sessions allow students to share

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  • FLARE Projects | FLARES
    the beginner learners to the basics of Russian Various activities in this website help them learn how to read and write in Russian and practice their listening skills click here to go to this website STUDGORODOK by Liudmila Klimanova Svetlana Dembovskaia Studgorodok introduces the structure of a Russian college and the student to intermediate and advanced learners of Russian click here to go to this website EL MATE RITUAL DE LA AMISTAD by Liudmila Klimanova This website provides content based practice for Spanish language learners by exploring the origins history and traditions of El Mate a popular Latin American tea drink click here to go to this website GRAMMAR BITS by Anna Kolesnikova Anita Jayachandran Frammar BITS Basic Intorduction to Terminology and Structure helps foreign language learners learn the basics of English grammar terminology click here to go to this website DEUTSCHES ESSEN by Anja Apitz John Balong This site follows two characters Ulrike and Fatima as they prepare a German meal for some guests they have invited This program is designed for second or third semester German learners click here to go to this website DIM SUM IN SHANGHAI by Bei Yang This project introduces Dim Sum in Shanghai and teaches students how to order food in restaurants Activities help learners improve their language skills and learn about cultural differences between China and the West JAPANESE COOKING by Akiko Hagiwara This project introduces learners to cooking process and traditions in Japan Various multimedia activities in this project help learners enhance their listening skills and vocabulary related to cooking MULTI KULTI MEDIA by John Balong Anja Apitz Will Behrends This site is designed as a supplement to the in class learning activities in Intermediate German II by serving as the cultural component of the unit entitled Multikulturelle Gesellschaft click here

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  • Publications | FLARES
    Association of Japanese Pedagogy Spring Conference Tokyo Japan Hagiwara A 2007 Incorporating students voice into website activities The 19th Association of Teachers of Japanese CATJ Conference The University of Iowa Iowa City IA Hagiwara A 2009 Raising L2 writers awareness through e mail writing from writer based to reader based prose The 2009 Seminar Association of Teachers of Japanese Hagiwara A 2009 Elicited Imitation as a measurement of L2 learners recognition of complex sentences The 11th Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society of Language Sciences Program Hagiwara A 2009 The role of visual aids in reconstruction of complex sentences based on The Noticing Hypotheses Nihon Kyooiku Gakkai Association of Japanese Pedagogy Spring Conference Hanzawa C 2006 The use of Aizuchi in relation to turn taking by advanced learners of Japanese Research SIG Roundtable discussions American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages annual conference Nashville TN Hanzawa C 2007 Performance and perception of the listener role during small group discussions by advanced learners of Japanese The Association of Teachers of Japanese Seminar Boston Hanzawa C 2007 Performance and perception of the listener role by JFL learners Pragmatics Language Learning Conference Honolulu Hawaii Hanzawa C 2008 Analysis of listener behavior by intermediate and advanced learners of Japanese Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education 20th annual conference Toronto Canada Hanzawa C 2009 An analysis of NNS and NS perception of aizuchi and head nod use Participants and non participants perspectives Associationof Teachers of Japanese Seminar Chicago Hanzawa C 2010 How learners listen in their L1 and L2 Analyzing listening behaviors during narrative story telling Pragmatics Language Learning Conference Kobe Japan Hanzawa C 2010 Behaviors and Impressions in Listening during First Time Meeting Production and Perception of Aizuchi and Head Nods during NS NS and NS NNS Interaction in Japanese Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education annual conference Vancouver Canada Huang Y 2009 Curriculum design and pedagogical application of Confucius Institute a case study of The University of Iowa The 2009 Chinese Teaching Conference of Confucius Institutes in the US and Canada Portland Oregon Huang Y 2009 Chinese heritage learners interactive patterns in collaborative discussion Annual Conference of the Chinese Language Teachers Association San Diego California Janssen B 2009 Using Podcasts to Teach the Difference Between Ser and Estar in a First Semester Spanish Course 2009 Kentucky Foreign Language Conference Janssen B 2009 Workshop How to develop and use podcasts in language teaching and learning Attendees Graduate students and language faculty at SIUC Southern Illinois University Carbondale Carbondale IL Janssen B 2011 The learners role in NS NNS computer mediated communication Presented at the SLA Graduate Student Symposium at the University of Iowa Jin L Deifell E 2010 Foreign language learners perception and usage of online dictionaries Presented at the American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL Annual Meeting San Diego CA Kley K 2009 The ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview An instance of an interview resented at the SLA Graduate Student Symposium at the University of Iowa Kley K 2010 Assessing the relationship between receptive and productive vocabulary knowledge of second language learners of German AAAL Atlanta Kley K 2012 The transcendence of mediated learning in L2 German Dynamic Assessment SLA Graduate Student Symposium Madison 2012 with Regina Range Kley K 2012 Integrating Türkisch für Anfänger in third year German ACTFL Philadelphia 2012 with Regina Range Leal Méndez T 2010 Pragmatic consequences of P movement and Focus Fronting in L2 Spanish Second Language Research Forum University of Maryland College Park Leal Méndez T Slabakova R 2011 Pragmatic consequences of P movement in L2 Spanish Towards a more detailed analysis of the syntax discourse interface EuroSLA 21 Stockholm Sweden Li Y 2012 An Investigation into the Cognitive Metacognitive Strategies of Intermediate Non heritage Chinese L2 Readers The First Maryland International Conference on Chinese as a Second Language MICCSL 1 The University of Maryland Li Y 2012 Effects of Contextual Information and Cultural Familiarity on Chinese Colloquial Idioms Comprehension among Intermediate Chinese Learners of American and Korean The Third International Symposium on Chinese Applied Linguistics ISCAL 3 The University of Iowa Li Y 2012 How Contextual Information and Cultural Familiarity Affect Chinese Colloquial Idioms Comprehension 2012 Annual Convention and World Languages Expo Chinese Language Teachers Association CLTA Annual Meeting The Convention Center Philadelphia Liao J 2005 Linguistic processing in second language Chinese computer chat sessions Reading Matrix Online Conference Los Angeles CA Liao J Szustak A Thoms J 2005 The use of L1 in a L2 online chat International Society of Language Studies Conference Montréal Canada Liao J Szustak A Thoms J 2005 The use of L1 in a L2 online chat The influence of task type International Association of Applied Linguistics Madison WI Liskin Gasparro J Deifell E 2009 Expectations vs Reality Exploring Students Use of Textbook Based Reading Strategies ACTFL Annual Meeting San Diego CA Liskin Gasparro J and Leonard K 2011 Assessment of learning outcomes Speaking proficiency and intercultural competence ACTFL Denver CO Liskin Gasparro J Vasseur R 2012 Designing an Embedded Outcomes Assessment Literary Interpretation and Analysis The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Convention and World Languages Expo Philadelphia PA Nakakubo T 2006 The effects of different types of planning on L2 learners oral performance 2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education Columbia University New York City NY Nakakubo T 2007 Processes of Task Planning What Strategies do L2 Learners of Japanese Use Association of Teachers of Japanese Seminar Boston MA Nakakubo T 2007 L2 Learners Strategies during Task Planning What and How Do They Plan American Association for Applied Linguistics annual conference Costa Mesa CA Nakakubo T 2008 Analyses of dictionaries and the use for Japanese language learners Association of Teachers of Japanese Seminar Atlanta GA Nakakubo T 2009 Analysis of Japanese Learners Strategy Use during Task Planning British Association of Teaching Japanese Spring Seminar Cardiff University Applied Linguistics Seminar Wales UK Qiao Z 2008 The acquisition of resultative verb compounds in Mandarin by English speakers The 9th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition

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  • About Iowa City | FLARES
    when it is time to leave after graduation Katharina Kley current student I love living in Iowa City and being at the University of Iowa Being from the east coast we imagine Iowa as barren flat and full of corn I am happy to report that it is completely unlike the image of Iowa that I had before moving here There are plenty of activities to participate in from football games to independent films to poetry readings at Prairie Lights a countless number of restaurants to go to and plenty of places to shop There is corn but also plenty of other produce and the farmers market is second to none Raychel Vasseur current student I lived in Iowa City for seven years total when I was in MA and Ph D programs I enjoyed studying at coffee shops libraries both University and city library and having some fun with friends in downtown Iowa City The city s diversity and the welcoming atmosphere didn t make me feel foreign at all Chiemi Hanzawa Current student Iowa City is a perfect place for graduate study It is a city that consistently appears in lists of the best places to live despite the long winters The lively downtown area and campus blend together nicely and offer a multitude of restaurants coffee shops and shops One of my favorite places to spend time is the public library ranked number three in the country You can check out anything from books to CDs from DVDs to video equipment Getting around Iowa City is easy with good public transportation bike trails sidewalks and affordable parking The time you save in commuting allows more time to enjoy the wealth of cultural activities such as concerts live theater literary readings or people watching in the pedestrian mall

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  • Call for Papers | FLARES
    well as completed projects Plenary Speakers John M Norris Georgetown University Keynote Kate Paesani Wayne State University Chuanren Ke University of Iowa Panel Discussion Assessment in SLA Panelists John Norris Georgetown University Lia Plakans University of Iowa Charles J James University of Wisconsin Madison Madina Djuraeva University of Wisconsin Madison Panel Discussion Technology in SLA Panelists Sue Otto University of Iowa Pamela Wesely University of Iowa Leah Wicander University of Wisconsin Madison Submission Guidelines We invite proposals for papers and posters from graduate students at any level of graduate study All proposals must be original i e not previously presented in public and unpublished work Paper presentations will be 20 minutes followed by a 10 minute discussion period Poster presentations will be displayed at an hour long session during which poster authors will stand by their posters to discuss their work Please submit abstracts by February 1 2013 to studorg flares uiowa edu only e mail submission is accepted Notification of acceptance will be sent by February 22 2013 Areas of particular interest include but are not limited to Classroom research Second and foreign language pedagogy Psycholinguistic approaches to SLA Generative second language acquisition syntax phonology semantics Heritage language acquisition Language culture socialization and pragmatics Learner corpora and SLA Testing and assessment Analysis of discourse and interaction Computer assisted language learning Second and foreign language policy Socio cultural approaches to language learning Please adhere to the following format I In the body of the e mail message please include all of the following information in the following order 1 Title of presentation maximum 10 words 2 Presenterʼs name family given 3 Department affiliation 4 Complete mailing address 5 Phone number 6 Preferred e mail address for correspondence 7 Summary of the presentation with a clear theoretical or empirical focus max

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  • Speakers | FLARES
    influx of international students from Asia has drastically changed student demographics in Japanese language programs in large U S universities It is not uncommon to hear of programs in which more than 50 percent of current enrollment consists of international students from Asia most of them from China These international students have already attained sufficient proficiency in English to embark on their undergraduate study in the U S and are studying Japanese as their third or fourth language in addition to coursework for their majors This new reality presents both challenges and opportunities for international students domestic students and instructors alike This presentation examines the global context of student mobility as well as the local context of U S foreign language education and features the results of semi structured open ended interviews conducted with 15 5 international 10 domestic recent students The interviews confirm that the international students and the domestic students bring different sets of knowledge experiences and expectations to the language classroom On the one hand these differences tend to lead the students to form separate groups On the other hand the multicultural classroom has the potential to provide an environment where education for global citizenship can be enriched by going beyond two way comparisons of students own language and culture with the target language and culture Taking the current state of U S Japanese programs as an example the presentation considers the future of foreign language education in globalized higher education Dr Christine Shea University of Iowa Department of Spanish and Portuguese Dialect Adaptation and L2 Listeners The Experience of Study Abroad After returning from studying abroad it is common to hear students comment that at first they did not understand anything and it took a while to get used to the accent This process of getting

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  • Call For Papers | FLARES
    currently used in SLA research The research may be interdisciplinary in nature Submissions based on pilot studies pre dissertation studies or work in progress projects will be considered in addition to completed projects Keynote Speaker Celeste Kinginger Penn State University Submission Guidelines We invite proposals for papers and posters from graduate students at any level of graduate study All proposals must be original i e not previously presented in public and unpublished work Paper presentations will be 20 minutes followed by a 10 minute discussion period Poster presentations will be displayed at an hour long session during which poster authors will stand by their posters to discuss their work Please submit abstracts by January 19 2015 to studorg flares uiowa edu only e mail submission is accepted Notification of acceptance will be sent by February 15 2015 Areas of particular interest include but are not limited to Classroom research Second and foreign language pedagogy Psycholinguistic approaches to SLA Generative second language acquisition syntax phonology semantics Heritage language acquisition Language culture socialization and pragmatics Learner corpora and SLA Testing and assessment Analysis of discourse and interaction Computer assisted language learning Second and foreign language policy Sociocultural approaches to language learning Please adhere to the following format I In the body of the email message please include all of the following information in the following order 1 Title of presentation maximum 10 words 2 Presenter s name family given 3 Program and institutional affiliation 4 Complete mailing address 5 Phone number 6 Preferred e mail address for correspondence 7 Summary of the presentation with a clear theoretical or empirical focus max 50 words This summary will be included in the program booklet and cannot be revised II In the body of the email message please also indicate how you would like your

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