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Thursday, November 14 • 13:30 - 15:00
Languaging during L2 writing: What influences the nature and outcomes of languaging? 16 1530-17

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The colloquium brings together a set of empirical studies investigating different forms and modes of laguaging in writing and revision-related activities. The papers present findings showing evidence of the language learning benefits of languaging and identifying factors that can impact the quantity and quality of languaging in L2 writing activities.

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Mimi Li

Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Dr. Mimi Li is an Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics/TESOL in the Department of Literature and Languages at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Her research areas focus on L2 writing and CALL. Her work has appeared in Journal of Second Language Writing, Computer Assisted Language... Read More →
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Neomy Storch

Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics and ESL, The University of Melbourne
Neomy Storch is an Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics and ESL at the School of Languages and Linguistics, the University of Melbourne. She teaches a range of ESL and Applied Linguistics subjects and convenes the ESL program. Her research has focused on issues related to second... Read More →
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Wataru Suzuki

Associate Professor, Miyagi University of Education
Wataru Suzuki is an associate professor at Miyagi University of Education in Sendai, Japan. His research interests include cognitive and sociocultural second language (L2) acquisition, in particular, input, output, interaction, feedback and languaging. He publishes these topics widely... Read More →

Ana Fernández Dobao

Associate Professor, University of Washington

Luxin Yang

Beijing Foreign Studies University
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Masatoshi Sato

Professor, Universidad Andrés Bello
Masatoshi Sato (PhD: McGill University) is a Professor in the Department of English at Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile. He is also an Affiliated Professor at Michigan State University (USA), Curtin University (Australia), and Anaheim University (USA). His research agenda is to conduct... Read More →

Masako Ishikawa

Associate Professor, Josai University

Thursday November 14, 2019 13:30 - 15:00
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