Indiana University

The Department of Second Language Studies

Recent SLS Faculty TESOL Presentations

Recent SLS Faculty TESOL Presentations

Presentations at TESOL International Association Events

TESOL 2018

  • Bardovi-Harlig, Friedman, & Hallback. Using role plays for ITA pragmatics instruction.
  • Bardovi-Harlig, Mossman, & Su. Hands-on corpus searches: Helping students discover authentic pragmatic routines.
  • TESOL 2017

  • Bardovi-Harlig. Oral conversational tasks: From research to teaching
  • Bardovi-Harlig & Friedman. The teaching of pragmatics in an institutional setting. ITA interest section.
  • Friedman & Connolly. Aligning plagiarism policy and practice in an intertextual world. Peer-to-Peer Dialogue.
  • Stewart, Burghardt, Connolly, de Oliveira, Smithers, Schmidt, Kessler, & Dantas-Whitney. Voices from the TESOL classroom.
  • TESOL 2016

  • Bardovi-Harlig. Operationalizing conversation in the teaching of pragmatics.
  • Friedman. Negotiating identities and imagining communities in an MATESOL program.
  • TESOL 2015

  • Bardovi-Harlig & Mossman. Working with corpora: Input for the teaching of pragmatic routines.
  • Joaquin, Kim, & Shin. Examining prewriting strategies in L2 Writing: Do They Really Work?
  • Presentations at AAAL Events (American Association for Applied Linguistics)

    AAAL 2017

  • Bardovi-Harlig, Mossman, & Su. The effect of corpus-based instruction on pragmatic routines.
  • Friedman. Citation as a social practice in a TESOL graduate program: A language socialization approach.
  • Granena, Yilmaz, & Arroyo. Does implicit learning ability play a role in the effectiveness of negative feedback?
  • AAAL 2016

  • Ewert & Shin. Data-driven reading evaluation in a reading-to-write placement task.
  • Granena, Yilmaz, & Arroyo. Cognitive aptitudes for implicit and explicit learning: An individual differences and ATI study.
  • AAAL 2015

  • Arroyo & Yilmaz. The effect of feedback timing on the acquisition of Spanish gender agreement through synchronous computer-mediated communication.
  • Friedman. Co-constructing expert-novice identities in an MATESOL program.
  • Lee, Koylu, Granena, & Yilmaz. Effects of models, corrective feedback and the mixed treatment in the acquisition of the Turkish locative morpheme.
  • Presentations at Indiana TESOL (INTESOL)Events

  • Abe. Developing speaking fluency. INTESOL 2015.
  • Connolly & Connolly Making arguments “real” with op-eds. INTESOL 2017
  • Connolly. Can you clarify? Providing feedback to L2 writers. INTESOL 2016
  • Friedman. Mentoring novice teachers in an IEP. Roundtable Discussion, INTESOL 2017
  • Other conferences

  • Abe. Strategies for giving an academic presentation. Webinar, November 2017, with Kazakh Ablai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages, Almaty, Kazakhstan.
  • Bardovi-Harlig. "Nice to meet you:" Formulas, learner grammar(s), and teaching pragmatics in ESL. Plenary presented to TexTESOL 2015, San Antonio.
  • Friedman. Research into practice: Incorporating action research into the TESOL methods course. CARLA 2015, Minneapolis

    The learning of second and foreign languages is a rich and fascinating process involving linguistic, psychological, cultural, and social dimensions. The Indiana University Department of Second Language Studies is dedicated to teaching and research on the structure, acquisition, and use of nonnative language in both instructed and contact contexts.