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  • 2015 Symposium at Iowa "Language Learning: A Social Adventure" | FLARES
    Graduate Student Symposium Organizing and hosting the conference alternate between the universities Graduate students in SLA and related disciplines present their work and meet distinguished researchers in their field The theme of the 2015 symposium is Language Learning A Social Adventure Submissions may address the conference theme or any area related to current and future trends in SLA research including but not limited to generative psycholinguistic and social approaches technology in language teaching implications of SLA research for instruction We seek proposals both theoretical and empirical from graduate student researchers that reflect the differing perspectives and methods 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 as well as completed projects Please click here to get more information about our speakers Dr Celeste Kinginger Sponsoring graduate programs University of Iowa http international uiowa edu flare University of Wisconsin Madison http www sla wisc edu Symposium leadership Anastasia Izmaylova Co Coordinator Symposium Organization Committe FLAREs President Eleonore Kosi Co Coordinator Symposium Organization Committee FLAREs Vice President Funding for the Symposium has been generously provided by Foreign Language Acquisition Research and Education Program

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  • 2013 Symposium at Iowa "Contexts of Learning" | FLARES
    and related disciplines present their work and meet distinguished researchers in their field The theme of the 2013 symposium is Contexts of Learning Submissions may address the conference theme or any area related to current and future trends in SLA research including but not limited to generative psycholinguistic and social approaches technology in language teaching implications of SLA research for instruction We seek proposals both theoretical and empirical from graduate student researchers that reflect the differing perspectives and methods 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 as well as completed projects Please click here to get more information about our speakers John M Norris Kate Paisani and Chuanren Ke Sponsoring graduate programs University of Iowa http international uiowa edu flare University of Wisconsin Madison http www sla wisc edu Symposium leadership Raychel Vasseur Co Coordinator Symposium Organization Committe FLAREs President Jennifer Vojtko Rubí Co Coordinator Symposium Organization Committee FLAREs Vice President Funding for the Symposium has been generously provided by Foreign Language Acquisition Research and Education Program FLARE University of Iowa Graduate College University of Iowa International Programs University

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  • Meet our Faculty | FLARES
    in French and its acquisition by native french children and existential constructions and the definiteness effect I also worked collaboratively on information structure in ASL and in English Selected Publications Destruel E Dan Bridges Velleman Edgar Onea Dylan Bumford and David Beaver accepted A cross linguistics study of the non at issueness of exhaustive inferences Springer Destruel E 2012 The French c est cleft An empirical study on its meaning and use Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 9 Selected papers from CSSP2011 Dan Bridges Velleman David Beaver Emilie Destruel Dylan Bumford Edgar Onea and Elizabeth Coppock 2012 It clefts are IT inquiry terminating constructions In Anca Chereches Neil Ashton and David Lutz ed Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistics Theory 22 441 460 Sarah M B Fagan Professor German Department FLARE Website here Recent Publications Fagan S 2009 German A Linguistic Introduction Cambridge Cambridge University Press Fagan S 2004 Du bist dran Die Unterrichtspraxis 41 1 2008 87 Richard R Hurtig Professor Starch Facuty Fellow Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders FLARE Website here Recent Publications Mueller V Hurtig R 2010 Technology Enhanced Shared Reading with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children the Role of a Fluent Signing Narrator Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 15 1 72 101 Hurtig R Downey D 2009 Augmentative and Alternative Communication in Acute and Critical Care Settings Plural Publishing Inc San Diego California Bentler R Wu Y H Kettel J Hurtig R 2008 Digital Noise Reduction Outcomes from field and lab studies International Journal of Audiology 47 8 447 460 Chuanren Ke 柯传仁 Professor Department of Asian Languages and Literature FLARE Director the Confucius Institute at the University of Iowa Website here Recent Publications Chuanren Ke Audrey Li 2011 Chinese as a foreign language in the US Journal of Chinese Linguistics 39 1 177 238 Dai Chen Chuanren Ke 2010 From Form Focused to Task Based CFL Instruction Ohio State University Foreign Language Publications ISBN 978 0 87415 366 8 Chuanren Ke Chen hui Tsai Lin Gu Yi Tzu Huang 2009 Teaching Chinese as a second language Listening acquisition and instruction Peking University Press ISBN 9787301152355 Paula M Kempchinsky Associate Professor Department of Spanish and Portuguese FLARE Website here Recent Books Slabakova R Rothman J Kempchinsky P Gavruseva Elena 2008 Proceedings from GASLA Generative Studies in Language Acquisition 9 Somerville MA Cascadilla Press Kempchinsky Paula Slabakova Roumyana 2005 Aspectual Inquiries Dordrecht Springer Kristine L Muñoz Professor Department of Communication Studies FLARE Website here Selected Publications Fitch K 2008 La conversación de contacto en parejas románticas de larga duración Small talk in long term romantic couples Oralia 11 pp 191 206 Valde K Fitch K 2004 Desire and sacrifice Cultural and relational aspects of designated driver talk Western Journal of Communication 68 121 150 Lia Plakans Assistant Professor Department of Teaching Learning Foreign Language ESL Education Program FLARE Website here Selected Publications Yang H C Plakans L in press Second language writers strategy use and performance on an integrated reading listening writing task

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  • Meet our Students | FLARES
    assistant in the UI Chinese program since 2009 and he was a Chinese teaching assistant for the STARTALK summer intensive program in 2010 In summer 2012 he served as an intern at Center for Applied Linguistics designing Chinese proficiency testing batteries and building the validity argument Yupeng is currently teaching Fifth year Chinese course in the UI Chinese program and co editing the JUHE Magazine he is also the editorial assistant for the book reviews section of Modern Language Journal Karen Leonard Hometown Albert Lea MN Previous degrees M A in Spanish Loyola University Chicago B A in Spanish and Sociology Northwestern College IA Research interests Karen is interested in the development of listening and speaking skills in L2 learners of Spanish and she is currently working on a project examining the relationship between decoding and comprehension in listening Her interests also include second language assessment Yu Li Hometown Beijing China Previous degrees B A Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Beijing Language and Culture University M A Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Beijing Language and Culture University Research interests Yu Li s research interests include Chinese L2 Vocabulary and Reading Acquisition Her dissertation topic is Chinese colloquial idioms acquisition She is also interested in topics such as foreign language anxiety cultural identity of heritage learners and study abroad language programs Yuan Lu Hometown Wuhan China Previous degrees M A Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language Central China Normal University B A Chinese Language and Literature Central China Normal University Research interests L2 Acquisition of Chinese Chinese Language Oral Proficiency Assessment Chinese Language Syntax Chinese Language Pedagogical grammar Olesia Lyskovtseva Hometown Saratov Russia Previous degrees B A in English Philology from Saratov State University M A in Russian Studies from University of Missouri Columbia Research interests Literacy using authentic literature in the foreign language teaching L2 reading vocabulary acquisition learning styles individual differences Anna Mikhaylova Hometown Moscow Russia Previous degrees BA in Theory and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages and Cultures Moscow State Linguistic University MA in French Language and Literature University of Northern Iowa Research interests Pragmatics Intercultural Communication Vocabulary Acquisition Brian Olovson Hometown Fruitport MI Previous degrees M A in Spanish Linguistics and Literature Western Michigan University B S Ed in Spanish Education K 12 and Bilingual Bicultural Education Spanish Central Michigan University Research interests I am interested in the interface between second language acquisition and second language teaching methodology L2 assessment and the development of L2 production skills Xiaofei Pan Hometown Shanghai China Previous degrees M A in Teaching Chinese as Foreign Language at East China Normal University B A in Teaching Chinese as Foreign Language at Shanghai International Studies University Research interests or the first one or two years I want to remain open and flexible regarding my research interests As my M A thesis was on the code switch in Chinese as a second language classroom I would like to explore more on this topic I am also interested in Chinese linguistics Rajiv Ranjan

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  • Meet our Alumni | FLARES
    Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2005 Title of Dissertation The complexity of revision in an intermediate level Spanish language classroom and the creation of a foreign language revision model Current Position Associate Professor of Spanish and Applied Linguistics in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures at Texas Tech University Website here Stephanie Cheng Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2005 Title of Dissertation An exploratory cross sectional study of interlanguage pragmatic development of expressions of gratitude by Chinese learners of English Current Position Assistant Professor in the TESOL program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at National Chiao Tung University in Hsinchu Taiwan Lisa Dykstra Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2006 Title of Dissertation On pragmatic perception Do American learners of Russian perceive the sociocultural weight inherent in the address pronouns Current Position Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Languages at Clemson University in Clemson South Carolina Website here Lixia Ma Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2006 Title of Dissertation Acquisition of perfective aspect marker LE of Mandarin Chinese in discourse by American college learners Current Position Chinese Instructor at Phillips Academy in Andover Massachusetts Website here Amy VonCanon Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2006 Title of Dissertation Just saying no Refusing requests in Spanish as a first and second language Current Position Assistant Professor in the Department of Modern Languages at The University of Colorado in Denver Colorado Website here Binnan Gao Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2009 Title of Dissertation L2 Acquisition of wh Questions by English Speaking Learners Current Position Preceptor in Chinese Harvard University Website here Akiko Hagiwara Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2010 Title of Dissertation Attention and L2 learners segmentation of complex sentences Current Position Instructor of Japanese at Tohoku University Christian University in Tokyo Japan Bei Yang Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2010 Title of Dissertation A Model of Mandarin Tone Categories A Study of Perception and Production Current Position Assistant Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at the University of Wisconsin Madison Website here Gonzalo Campos Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2011 Title of Dissertation olor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit Aenean viverra mi erat Donec feugiat rutrum sapien id aliquam Integer luctus posuere suscipit Current Position Clinical Assistant Professor in the Modern Languages Department at The Catholic University of America Washington DC Website here Jacee Cho Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in linguistics 2012 Title of Dissertation Remapping of Nominal Features in the Second Language Current Position Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of English Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin Madison Website here Technology Track Kyosung Koo Degree PhD in SLA with specialization in technology 2006 Title of Dissertation Effects of using corpora and online reference tools on foreign language writing A study of Korean learners of English as a second language

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  • FLAREs Documents | FLARES
    promote scholarly achievement and professional awareness and promote active research in the field To provide a local forum for the exchange of ideas and information about trends issues and opportunities in the field of Second Language Acquisition To establish professional connections with Second Language Acquisition student groups at other institutions To increase involvement in professional activities beyond the classroom To develop skills and relationships that will enable Second Language Acquisitio

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  • FLARES Search | FLARES
    Toggle Search Search Terms FLARES Foreign Language Acquisition Research and Education Students Main Menu About Program People Work News Home FLARES Search Search the University of Iowa for The University of Iowa Directory A Z Search About Iowa Contact Us

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  • Agenda | Funded Retirement and Insurance Committee (FRIC)
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