Event Title: Two seminar presentations by the Department of Linguistics
Date: 24 September, 2018
Time: 10:00 am & 2 pm
Location: IT (G053)
Speaker: Dr. Hossein Nassaji, University of Victoria, Canada
A brief description of the event:
Drawing on the findings of recent theory and research in SLA, this presentation will discuss the role of syntactic rule learning and consider what role instruction plays in the development of syntactic knowledge. It will begin with an overview of the theoretical issues and debates in this area and then examine recent studies on the role of grammar instruction and the factors that may impact its effectiveness. The talk will conclude with the implications of these examinations for future research.
This presentation will begin by presenting a taxonomy of interactional feedback. Then, drawing on recent theory and research, it will explore some of the key issues and controversies surrounding its role in language acquisition, including how it is used, the different ways in which and the extent to which it affects L2 acquisition, the cognitive mechanisms utilized in its processing, and the role of various factors that can impact its effectiveness. It will conclude by discussing the insights that can be derived from such examination for how to provide effective feedback in L2 classrooms.
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