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CALS Annual Research Day 24th May 2017 - All Welcome

 

CALS Annual Research Day

24th May 2017

ERB001

09.20

Welcome and Opening

09.30-10.30

 

09.30-09.50

 

SESSION 1: NEW ENVIRONMENTS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING

 

Florence Le Baron-Earle

Insights into a telecollaborative project embracing multimodality and overcoming asymmetrical participation

09.50-10.10

 

 

10.10-10.30

Freda Mishan

Authenticity 2.0: Reconceptualising authenticity in the digital era

 

Yuying Liu
Contextualising Task-based language teaching in Chinese higher education: Voices from the Chinese EFL teachers.

 

10.30-11.00

11.00-12.30

COFFEE AND POSTER SESSION 1

SESSION 2: PLURLINGUALISM AND LANGUAGE POLICY

11.00-11.20

Aoife Lenihan

Internationalisation and localisation online: minority languages on the ‘long-tail’

11.20-11.40

 

Deirdre Ní Loingsigh

Shaping a Language Support Infrastructure and an "Incubation Space" for New Speakers of Irish in  Limerick: Some Initial Observations following Preliminary Consultations with Local Stakeholders

 

11:40-12:30

 

 

12.30-14.00

 

14.00-15.00

 

 

14.00-14.20

 

 

14.20-14.40

 

 

 

 

14:40-15:00

 

 

15:00-15:30

 

15.30-16.10

 

 

15.30-15.50

 

 

15:50'16:10

 

 

 

 

16.30-17.00

CALS KEYNOTE: Cassie Smith-Christmas
Language and Imagination:  Exploring children’s views of Gaelic

 

LUNCH

 

SESSION 3: DISCOURSE, SOCIETY AND IDENTITY

 

 

Kristin Horan

Hesitation in student academic presentations

 

 

Minna Tiainen (Visiting Researcher, University of Jyväskylä)

Justifying digital surveillance in political discourse

 

 

Fergal Quinn and Elaine Vaughan
Discourse of tragedy: How the language of media reportage on tragic events mirrors and magnifies societal prejudice against minority groups

 

COFFEE AND POSTER SESSION 2

 

SESSION 4: NEW ENVIRONMENTS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING

 

 

Marta Giralt, Liam Murray & Silvia Benini

Disruptive technologies and student performance

 

Stephanie O’Riordan and Catherine Jeanneau

Researching the impact of L1-based discussion facilitation experience on international students’ education and professional trajectories: Findings from a peer-facilitated discussion project

 

 

CALS Annual Meeting – UL Members only