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  • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    8:00 PM

    Registration
    Registration
    17th Floor - Registration Desk

  • 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • 7:00 AM
    4:30 PM

    Registration
    Registration
    17th Floor - Registration Desk

  • 8:00 AM - 9:20 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    9:20 AM

    Critical race pedagogy for more effective and inclusive world language teaching
    Uju Anya, Carnegie Mellon University
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Family Resting Area
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Indiana

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Lactation Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Jefferson

  • 9:20 AM - 10:00 AM

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    An Analysis of Positioning and Identity Construction in Multimodal Narratives of Study Abroad
    Ming-Tso Chien, University of Maine
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Availability and Diversity of Bilingual/Dual Language Pre-Service Teacher Preparation Programs: A State-Level Analysis
    Mathilda Reckford, Center for Applied Linguistics
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Best Practices for Working with Heritage Language Learners in the K-12 Language Classroom
    Jamie Morgan, Center for Applied Linguistics
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Bilingual Learners’ Productive use of Academic Language in Argumentative Writing in Dual Language Settings
    Olivia Barbieri, Harvard University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Embodied Affiliative Behaviors as a Key Mechanism in Enabling Learning Opportunities in Second Language Acquisition
    Hanyu Jia, University of Arizona
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Exploring undergraduates' strategies for communicating with their non-native English-speaking instructors: Does training undergraduates help?
    Kobe Ashley, Georgia State University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    From a Community Language to a World Language: Thai Heritage Language school in the USA
    Jitpicha Jarayapun, Royal Thai Navy
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Language Ideologies in a Virtual Turkish Language Study Abroad Program
    Brooke Bakan, University of Pennsylvania
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM
    10:00 AM

    Sorry, that’s mauve, isn’t it?: Current associations between language and gender
    Kristen Di Gennaro, Pace University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:20 AM - 4:30 PM

  • 9:20 AM
    4:30 PM

    Exhibits
    Exhibits
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    "I just couldn't see myself being that kind of teacher": A German graduate teaching assistant's teacher identity tensions
    William Robertson, The University of Alabama
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Covid-19 effects on choices and perceptions of study abroad: a mixed-methods study
    Gorka Basterretxea Santiso, Georgetown University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Exploring the role of EFL context on the preference of conventional expressions in L2 pragmatics
    Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, Indiana University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    GSA - ETS Award Winner: When Language Ideologies Are Against You: Refugee Children’s Experiences in a UK School
    Tom Avery, AAAL 2022 GSA ETS Award Winner, University of Bath, UK
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Graduate Student Award Winner: Materials as socializing agents: Sociomaterial exploration of multimodal academic discourse socialization in a geoscience classroom
    Masaru Yamamoto, University of British Columbia
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Award Winners
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    How academic journals discursively construct themselves: theoretical insights and pedagogical implications
    An Cheng, Oklahoma State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Hybridity, cosmopolitanism, and heritage language identity in study abroad: A successful Cuban-American sojourner in Barcelona
    Brandon Tullock, University of South Florida
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Navigating structure and agency in language policy
    Francis Hult, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    On training unbiased listeners: Multimedia intervention to improve native speakers’ perceptions of L2 speech
    Shima Farhesh, University of Memphis
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Piecemeal or wholesale transfer? The effects of lexical properties in L3 transfer
    Mireia Toda Cosi, University of Maryland, College Park
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Praxis of literacy landscape and literacy practices in Nigeria
    Bukunmi Ogunsola, University of Georgia
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Pre-task modelling and task modality in young learners’ collaborative work
    Janire Guerrero Gomez, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    The supportive role of flipped learning (FL) in English-medium-instruction (EMI) programmes: Students’ perspective
    Sukru Nural, MEF University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Towards automating aspects of the research synthesis: Language patterns in descriptions of research design
    Kristin Terrill, Iowa State University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    Trying on a New Lens: The Take-up of Holistic Approaches to Language in Pre-Service Teacher Education
    Laura Turner, The University of Texas at Austin
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 10:00 AM
    10:30 AM

    “Always, accidents will happen”: ELLs, digital competency, and linguistic inequality in technology-assisted writing classes
    Tait Bergstrom, Yale-NUS College
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

  • 10:00 AM
    11:00 AM

    Affinity Group Networking Event: BIPOC scholars in applied linguistics, hosted by Malik Stevenson
    Malik Stevenson, Georgetown University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference A

  • 10:00 AM
    11:00 AM

    Critical conversation analysis
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     1-Hour Colloquium
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • 10:00 AM
    12:00 PM

    Individual Difference Factors in Second Language Acquisition: Reconceptualizing the Constructs and Reorienting the Research
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 10:00 AM
    12:00 PM

    Next-generation L2 assessment: Absorbing digitally-mediated interactions into academic L2 assessment of, and for learning
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 10:00 AM
    12:00 PM

    Wilga Rivers Language Pedagogy Colloquium: Reckoning and change in language teacher education: A critical, inclusive approach
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM

  • 10:00 AM
    12:15 PM

    Conference Connections: Mentor-mentee meeting space
    Bethany Gray, Iowa State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Heinz

  • 10:35 AM - 11:05 AM

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Pedagogy in Search of Global Citizenship
    Ondine Gage, Califonia State University, Monterey Bay
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    A Critical Content Analysis of Graded Readers in Chinese, French, and Spanish
    Diane Neubauer, University of Iowa
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Bilingual Education, Critical Language Policy, Language Ecology and Language Policy and Planning in the U.S.
    Sarah Moore, University of Maryland College Park
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Chinese Heritage Speakers as Language Brokers in Internship Abroad
    Yi Wang, Stony Brook University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Crosslinguistic influence in offline judgments and online processing in Thai learners and the English passive
    Vatcharit Chantajinda, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Demystifying the entry profile of L2 teacher candidates and predictors of confidence: A Canadian perspective
    Stephanie Arnott, University of Ottawa
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Examining linguistic and rhetorical features in text-based analytical essays of adolescent multilingual writers
    Undarmaa Maamuujav, University of California, Irvine
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Game-based learning of request-making in English: Perlocutionary effects as feedback mechanics
    Naoko Taguchi, Northern Arizona University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Graduate Student Award Winner: Understanding the experiences of plurilingual international students at a Canadian university: Taxonomizing raciolinguistic microaggressions
    Ben Calman, AAAL 2022 GSA Winner, McGill University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    L2 Students’ Experiences of Using Writing Center in a Midwestern U.S. University: A Qualitative Inquiry
    Padam Chauhan, Minnesota State University, Mankato
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Language teacher identity in a multidisciplinary English for Academic Purposes context: A Narrative Inquiry approach
    Alba Garcia Alonso, The Pennsylvania State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Preferred Gender-Inclusive Language used by Native Spanish Speakers in the United States
    Fernando Lesniak, University of Minnesota
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Promoting Linguistic Justice Through Critical Language Awareness Pedagogy in Academic Literacy Instruction
    Shawna Shapiro, Middlebury College
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Research on academic publishing in Africa: A literature review ‘conversation’
    Onesmo Mushi, The University of Rochester
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Secondary dual language teachers’ use of pedagogical materials for content and language integration
    Corinne Mathieu, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Studying abroad from home: EFL students’ learning experiences in the context of emergency remote teaching
    Yanning Dong, University of British Columbia
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    Why Is Lexical Competition Weak in the L2?
    Kichan Park, University of Maryland College Park
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 10:35 AM
    11:05 AM

    “That’s how I overcame this language problem:” Syrian university students’ translanguaging strategies
    Melissa Hauber-Özer, George Mason University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 11:10 AM - 11:40 AM

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    'Black and white' or 'white and black'? Eye-movement patterns during L2 acquisition of novel binomials
    Suhad Sonbul, Umm Al-Qura University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Agentive reading practices of international graduate students using English as an additional language
    Mahmoud Altalouli, Duke University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Assessing the utility of a theoretical model for language learning strategies: early stages
    Nathan Thomas, UCL Institute of Education
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Further Problematizing the Binaries of Two-Way Bilingual Education: Constituencies, Intersections, and Equity
    Trish Morita-Mullaney, Purdue University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Graduate Student Award Winner: Advanced, Asset-Based, and Agentive Literacies: Transmodal Pedagogies in Community Literacy Programs with Resettled Refugees
    Megan Heise, AAAL 2022 GSA Winner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    How Two Heritage Language Programs Foster Immigrant-School-Community Engagement in the New Immigrant South
    Wenyang Sun, University of Utah
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Invisible learning and engagement: What Learning Management Systems (LMS) data can reveal about multilingual students’ learning behaviors
    Sei Lee, University of California, Irvine
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Methodological approaches to analyzing L2 embodied modes: A systematic review
    Natalie Amgott, University of Arizona
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Pre-Service Teachers Negotiating Transnational Identities and Anti-Racist Pedagogies in One ELT Methods Course
    Kongji Qin, New York University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Predicting the holistic quality of source use from functional dimensions of L1 student writing
    Stephen Doolan, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Supporting Multilingual College Students through Critical Language Awareness Programming
    Paul McPherron, Hunter College of the City University of New York
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Teaching irony to L2 and heritage speakers of Spanish
    Rachel Shively, Illinois State University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    The Use of Cohesive Devices as Proficiency Level Discriminators in Chinese DLI Learners' Writing
    Dori Huang, University of Utah
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    The effectiveness of second-language listening strategy instruction: A meta-analysis
    Mohammadreza Dalman, Northern Arizona University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    The relationship between working memory, reading comprehension and depth of vocabulary in L2 French
    Tatiana Molokopeeva, Université du Québec à Montréal
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Translanguaging during Social Studies Inquiry: Students’ Agency in Content Learning
    Mary Schleppegrell, University of Michigan
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Translanguaging their Sense of Selves: The Narratives of Five Multilingual Elementary Students
    Nicole King, University of Missouri - St. Louis
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Using a person-centered approach to define Heritage Language Learners
    Young A Son, Language Testing International
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    Why do Midwestern university students learn Spanish as an L2?: Exploring motivation and investment
    Michelle Dutton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    [CANCELLED] The Impact of the Seal of Biliteracy on Students Post-Graduation
    Kristin Davin, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    [CANCELLED] “Maybe someone might learn from our stories and do better”: De/colonising deep hanging out
    Darshini Nadarajan, University of Oxford
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 11:10 AM
    11:40 AM

    “Ignorance is dangerous”: Lived experiences of language and literacy education of women in Northern Uganda
    Madina Djuraeva, University of Oklahoma, Norman
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 11:45 AM - 12:15 PM

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Case study of Chinese PhD students’ self-regulated writing strategy use in writing for scholarly publication
    Bin Shen, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Collaborative Digital Multimodal Writing in the French as a Foreign Language Class
    Miriam Akoto, University of Michigan
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Creating space for student translingual sensemaking: A critical discourse analysis of teacher translanguaging
    Leah Shepard-Carey, Drake University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Deconstructing the benefits of reading-while-listening on L2 reading comprehension: The cross-linguistic orthographic effect
    Joanne Koh, Michigan State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Distinctive linguistic features in academic journal registers across disciplines: A key features analysis
    Bethany Gray, Iowa State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Effects of Strategic Adjunct Questions on Comprehension with Chinese EFL Readers
    Yanjie Li, Washington University in St Louis
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    How should a refugee sound? Credibility and the politics of listenership
    Jeremy Rud, University of California Davis
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Instructors’ perspectives on navigating the gap between pedagogical rules and language use in Spanish preterit-imperfect instruction
    Claudia Sanchez Gutierrez, University of California, Davis
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    L2 Korean metonymy: The relative role of conceptual universal and conventionalization
    EunHee Lee, University at Buffalo
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Least restrictive environment: A nexus analysis of policy discourse in special education policy
    Kara Seidel, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Lessons from the Pandemic: Disengagement and Shifting Social Support for Adolescent English Learners
    Avary Carhill-Poza, University of Massachusetts, Boston
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Methodological choices before data coding: Unintended prompt effects in language performances elicited by topic prompts
    MaryLou Vercellotti, Ball State University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    On Complexity Epistemology and Ontology in Second Language Acquisition
    ZhaoHong Han, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Pedagogies of inclusion must start from within: Plurilingual futures for “L2” pedagogies
    John Wayne dela Cruz, McGill University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Perspectivization in research articles: The Academic Frame List and what it tells us about academic writing
    Lang Chen, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Productive collocation knowledge in L2 German: a longitudinal study
    Griet Boone, Ghent University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Situational resonance in situational learning of excellent KFL learners
    Yu Meiling, Peking University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    Teachers' Experiences and Identity Development in an Online After-school Program for ELLs
    Deoksoon Kim, Boston College
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    The effects and attitudes towards mobile-assisted pronunciation and communication training on international teaching assistants’ oral performance
    Kevin Hirschi, Northern Arizona University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    [CANCELLED] Researching multilingually, collaboratively, responsively: insights, reflections and future directions in decolonising research practices
    Tracey Costley, University of Essex
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 11:45 AM
    12:15 PM

    “Some people say that college is definitely for me”: Multilingual Learners’ Investment and College-Going
    Christine Leider, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

  • 11:45 AM
    12:45 PM

    Publishing in applied linguistics journals: A meeting with journal editors (Open Meeting)
    Jim McKinley, University College London
    Special Meetings & Events
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    Exploring academic networks beyond the conference hosted by Graduate Student Council (GSC)
    Lupe Rincon-Mendoza, Pennsylvania State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 1:50 PM - 2:20 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    A Mixed Methods Study on Inner Speech in College ESL Reading
    Na Yang, University of Cincinnati
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    A narrative task approach for learning formulaic sequences
    Aya Shiiba, University of Kitakyushu
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Discursive Construction of Disciplinary Identity in Evaluative Journal Articles
    Nergis Danis, Iowa State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Examining the predictive validity of the Duolingo English Test: Evidence from a major UK university
    Talia Isaacs, UCL Institute of Education
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    From home to the public space: the use of Spanish in a California immigrant community
    Silvia Marijuan, California State Polytech University
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Graded Readers in K-12 and post-secondary education: The path towards teacher-informed research
    Diego Breda, UC Davis
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Illuminating language users in the discourse of linguistic diversity: Toward justice-informed language education
    Ryuko Kubota, University of British Columbia
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Language Mediation, Plurilinguaging, and Heritage Language Education
    Laura Gasca Jiménez, Fairfield University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Lived Experiences of Multilingualism and the Embodiment of English: Expanding the Bandwidth of one’s Tolerance of Intelligibility
    Kasun Gajasinghe, Michigan State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Mapping the terrain of English Medium Instruction in developing contexts: A survey of 52 nations
    Heath Rose, University of Oxford
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Morphological congruency effects in assignment of grammatical gender to novel words in L1/L2 Spanish
    Bradford Salen, Georgetown University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Potential test-learning effects of an oral elicited imitation test: Methodological considerations for form-focused instruction studies
    Suga Kiyotaka, Michigan State University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Telling it in French: EFL learners using code-switching to accomplish tellings
    Julie Bouchard, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The Investments of International Teaching Assistants (ITA): Case Studies from an ITA Training course
    Roger Anderson, Central State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The effects of communicative functions of speaking tasks on first and second language speakers’ fluency
    Astrid Morrison, University of Reading
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The forgotten F in CAF: A CDST approach to interaction between fluency and knowledge variables
    Elizabeth Hepford, Wesleyan University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Word Choice Errors as Conceptual Errors in ESL Writing: A Cognitive Analysis and Pedagogical Treatment
    Larysa Bobrova, Miami University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 1:50 PM - 2:50 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:50 PM

    Engaging in Transformative Discussions about Race - Asian Transnational Doctoral Students Weigh In
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 1:50 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    3:30 PM

    Special Session 1: The AAAL Oral History Project
    Farah Akbar, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Laughlin

  • 1:50 PM - 3:50 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Heritage language education and emotion from a multilingual and multicultural lens
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference - Frick

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Social, racial, and economic justice in applied linguistics and beyond: What is to be done?
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Teacher Talk about Parents and Multilingualism. Attitudes and beliefs across countries
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     2-Hour Colloquium
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 2:25 PM - 2:55 PM

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    A methodological synthesis of corpora used in corpus linguistics journals
    Kyra Nelson, Brigham Young University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Addressing unitization, independence of observations, and outliers in CA-based quantification of interactional data
    Yang Liu, University of Hawaii
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    An Online, Collaborative Approach for Two-Way International Exchanges in Applied Linguistics Graduate Programs
    Melanie Gonzalez, Salem State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Classroom interaction through the lens of gestures - the case of a quiet multilingual
    Minh Nghia Nguyen, University of Massachusetts, Boston
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Corrective feedback and the perception and production of lexical stress in L2 English
    Özgür Parlak, American University of Sharjah
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Digital Multimodal Composing in Higher Education: An Instrumental Case Study
    Yanhong Zuo, University of Rochester
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    English learning practices in the family language policy of Chinese families: A literature review
    Yue Ma, University of Calgary
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Exploring aspects of the consequential validity of a state ELP assessment through stakeholder perspectives
    Jo-Kate Collier, University of Texas at San Antonio
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Exploring intercultural pedagogical practices in the Colombian EFL classroom
    Leonardo Pacheco Machado, K-12 Educator
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Garden Clubs and Military Service: A Corpus Analysis of Obituaries in Georgia
    Jack Hardy, Emory University, USA
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Grammatical reflections of sentient landscapes: Linguistic evidence for environmental personhood
    David Stringer, Indiana University - Bloomington
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Immigrant Parent Knowledge and Heritage Language Education
    Emma Chen, University of Saskatchewan
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    L2 or HL language learners? Linguistic and socio-affective needs of language-minoritized and racialized learners in diverse Spanish classrooms
    Beatriz Lado, Lehman College & The Graduate Center (CUNY)
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Learning specialized vocabulary from repeated viewing of video-based lectures
    Danni Shi, University College London
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Recommendations in case analysis writing: Taking a position among alternatives
    Maria Pia Gomez Laich, Carnegie Mellon University Qatar
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Stories to not begin by: A Spanish teacher candidate’s identity deconstruction
    Jason Martel, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    The benefits of graded reading on learning: A large-scale analysis of gains from supplemental reading
    Cynthia Berger, Duolingo
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    The effects of proficiency when reading normal and transposed letters in English and French
    Grant Eckstein, Brigham Young University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Turn-Taking and Turn Allocation as a Learnables/Teachables in the Language Classroom
    Nuria Ballesteros Soria, Carnegie Mellon University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    An investigation on teachers’ beliefs and experiences in the Korean-English dual language immersion program
    Hakyoon Lee, Georgia State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Constructing Chinese-American intercultural understanding: Results of a Cultura-inspired virtual exchange project
    Han Luo, Lafayette College
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Crosslinguistic influence from Spanish in L3 Portuguese noun production
    Leah Adelson, Georgetown University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Different learning environments, different learning outcomes: L2-Korean learners’ comprehension of subject-predicate honorific agreement in Korean
    Gyu-Ho Shin, Palacky University Olomouc
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Dynamic assessment of L2 argumentative writing: Tracing learner writing development through integrated tasks and transfer
    Lu Yu, The Pennsylvania State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Expanding the View of Emerging Bilinguals’ Use of Repertoires: Adapting Writing Assessments for Sociolinguistic Justice
    Margarita Gomez, Loyola University Maryland
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Exploring linguistic correlates of speaking ability on the IELTS speaking test
    Xun Yan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Exploring the Relationship Between Tamil Heritage Language Maintenance and Ethnolinguistic Identity
    Suganya Schmura, Texas A&M University-Commerce
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Graduate Student Award Winner: The Racial Learning of Chinese International Students in the US Context: A Transnational Perspective
    Jing Yu, AAAL 2022 GSA Winner, University of California Santa Barbara
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Homework in a transnational family: Mobilizing others to resolve language-related epistemic issues
    Tim Roberts, Karlstad University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Measuring topic progression to analyse coherence in writing: towards an empirically informed national framework
    Larissa Jonk, University of Malta
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Perception of idioms in accented second language speech: Does the speaker’s face matter?
    Fengyang Ma, University of Cincinnati
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Preventing damage, restoring choice: Arizona’s distinctive path to reversing its restrictive bilingual education policies
    Katie Bernstein, Arizona State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Simulations as a Pedagogical Tool to Talk about Racial Issues in the L2 Classroom
    Eunhye Hess, Oklahoma State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Student interaction in synchronous computer mediated classrooms of less commonly taught languages
    Agam Syahrial, Ohio University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Teaching English in Disciplinary Contexts: Overcoming Grammar Aversion in Foreign Language Teaching
    Peijuan Cao, University of Florida
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    The Dynamics of Peer Review in Adult ESL Writing Classrooms
    Hoa Nguyen, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    The Role of Metalinguistic Knowledge in Third Language Development Among Early and Late Bilinguals
    Cesar Rosales, University of Florida
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    The revitalization paradox among online Kichwa learners in Ecuador
    Nina Moreno, University of South Carolina
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    This changes everything! It isn’t sloppy language. Discourses of English learner and dialect in Alaskan K-12 settings.
    Patrick Marlow, University of Alaska Fairbanks
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Towards language education for social justice: A call for action in the EFL writing classroom
    Adnan Yilmaz, Sinop University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    A survey study on 6th-grade EFL students on their perception of NS/NNS English accents
    Ayako Hiasa, Arizona State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Can Concept-Based Instruction change beginning learners’ acquisition of aspect?
    Elizabeth Kissling, University of Richmond
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    NEGOTIATING EXPATRIATES’ IDENTITIES WITHIN THE SAUDI HEALTHCARE CONTEXT
    MOHAMMAD ALHARBY, Qassim University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Performance of L1 and L2 test takers on a high-stakes English proficiency test
    Ramsey Cardwell, Duolingo
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Processing differences in bilingual discourse markers between Spanish heritage speakers and late Spanish-English bilinguals
    Kristen Fleckenstein, Coastal Carolina University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Read-aloud as an effective English teaching method: a neuroscientific approach
    Harumi Oishi, Gifu Shotoku Gakuen University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Scoring rubric design and interrater reliability in oral proficiency assessment
    Wen Sun, Center for Applied Linguistics
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Skill-based K-12 English Language Education: A Genealogy of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts
    Anlun Wang, University of Rochester
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Sources and impact of foreign language listening anxiety in the Spanish classroom: A qualitative approach
    Catie Duffield, Temple University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    The Impacts of Policy: Discourses Informing U.S. Funded English Teaching
    Elise Brittain, The University of Texas at San Antonio
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Using lexical statistics as predictors of dementia diagnosis
    Olesia Pavlenko, Kent State University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    "Just say it in English“ – Language ideologies and language teacher identity in intercultural learning environments
    Dagmar Keatinge, Paderborn University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    A teacher’s perspective of translanguaging corrientes: Contextualizing power and control in the translanguaging stance
    Nihal Khote, Kennesaw State University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    An Asymptotic and Nonlinear Relationship between Aptitude and Motivation on L2 Attainment
    Peter Kim, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Bilingual educators accomplishing identity work through stance-taking and positioning of Latinx youth: a narrative-analytic account
    Catherine Stafford, University of Wisconsin at Madison
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Changes in Determinants of Learner Autonomy: A Longitudinal Investigation during the COVID Pandemic in Hungary
    Agnes Albert, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Crosslinguistic influence in conceptualization of motion events: A New Perspective Gleaned from L2 Acquisition of an Equipollently-Framed Language
    Shu-Ling Wu, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Disoriented but Optimistic: Ambiguity in The Discourses on Enrollment in African Languages Classes
    Kazeem Sanuth, Indiana University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Effects of teacher-initiated humour in emergency remote teaching in the context of Academic English seminars
    Aziz Kholmatov, Westminster International University in Tashkent/ Uzbekistan State University of World Languages
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Enacting a Pedagogy of Rhetorical Listening: Transnational Scholars as Advocates for Linguistic justice in Writing Classrooms
    Khadidja Belhadi, Illinois State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Farsi as a heritage language in the US context between parental ideologies and negotiated practices
    Pouya Vakili, Illinois State University
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Language Proficiency Diagnostic Assessment: A Psychometric Investigation
    Matthew Wilcox, Brigham Young University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Move analysis in context: An example of undergraduate biology lab reports
    Zak Lancaster, Wake Forest University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Predicting writing proficiency using various lexical diversity measures
    Kelly Woods, Brigham Young University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Testing the predictive power of executive functions, motivation, and input on second language vocabulary acquisition: A longitudinal study
    Luk Van Mensel, University of Namur
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    The role of exposure in long-term retention of instructed learners’ advanced language skills
    Nicole Tracy-Ventura, West Virginia University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Transitioning into major-specific courses: A longitudinal examination of an English learner's language and literacy experiences
    Kuang Li, Boston University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Vygotskying teacher education: Struggles, development, and transformation
    Zhaoyu Wang, The Pennsylvania State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] Languageless subject: Deficit language ideology and social injustice for Indigenous students in Nepal
    Prem Phyak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    “You Always Speak in Konglish!”: Korean American Youths’ Metacommentaries on Konglish
    Siwon Lee, University of Pennsylvania
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    5:00 PM

    An Affinity Group Networking Event: Parenting while doing applied linguistics, hosted by Hina Ashraf, Rima Elabdali, & Brandon Tullock
    Hina Ashraf, Georgetown University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Phipps

  • 4:00 PM
    5:00 PM

    Toeing the line: Imperial Straightening Devices and Choice in Critical Language Research
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:35 PM - 5:05 PM

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    An Analysis of Home Language Survey Questions to Identify English Learners for Services
    Laurene Christensen, WIDA at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    An Online Summer Writing Program for ELLs Based on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Genre Pedagogy
    Stanton Wortham, Boston College
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Empirically evaluating the use of NLP tools in second language writing and speech
    Kristopher Kyle, Linguistics Department, University of Oregon
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Image viewing and L2 textual reading: An eye-tracking study on the effects of reading purpose
    James Lee, Texas Tech University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Indigenous Language Scholarship Fund Winner: An overview of Mapuzugun writing system proposals, current usage, and political implications
    Kelly Baur, AAAL 2022 Indigenous Language Scholar, Arizona State University
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Award Winners
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Language Ideological Debates in Post-Arab Spring Maghreb Contexts: The case of Tunisia (2011-2021).
    Fethi Helal, University of Manouba
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Linking trajectories of development in two languages: Willingness to communicate in a community context
    Alastair Henry, University West
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Meeting EAP students’ needs on the fly: Reimagining access
    Ting Zhang, University of Rochester
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Pre-service teachers and the Teaching-Learning Cycle: An analysis of SFL metalanguage in unit design
    Beth Dillard, Western Washington University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Preparing Teacher Candidates to Support Multilingual Learners in their Writing through Translanguaging and Multiliteracies
    Shakina Rajendram, OISE/University of Toronto
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Promoting vs. Practicing multilingualism in the academic journals of applied linguistics
    Leiry Warren, University of Minnesota
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Sources of Knowledge of Black American Women English-medium Teachers in the United Arab Emirates
    Andwatta Barnes, University of Michigan
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Spanish L2 development in a short-term local language immersion program
    Kara Moranski, University of Cincinnati
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Teaching styles at the university: A corpus-driven linguistic analysis
    Eniko Csomay, San Diego State University, USA
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Thai students’ English learning stories: Historical stances towards English learning
    Andrew Jocuns, Assumption University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Times of Change: Uplifting the well-being of L2 learners through virtual exchange
    Barbara Loranc-Paszylk, University of Bielsko-Biala
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

  • 5:30 PM
    6:45 PM

    Animating other wor(l)ds: Transformations of language and social justice (Notes on "allied linguistics")
    Rodrigo Borba, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM

  • 6:45 PM
    8:00 PM

    Opening Reception
    Receptions
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

  • 7:30 AM
    4:00 PM

    Registration
    Registration
    17th Floor - Registration Desk

  • 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    #workfromhome: How multi-level marketers enact and subvert federal language policy for profit
    Sabrina Fluegel, University of Minnesota
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Across Three Languages: The Translinguistic Writing Practices of 113 Triliterate University Students
    Mark Dressman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Computer-assisted scoring of superordinate precision in a definition task reflects developmental trends in adolescence
    Ziyun Deng, Harvard Graduate School of Education
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Culturally Sustaining SFL Framework for Science Learning: Multilingual Equity in Community and School Contexts
    Ruth Harman, University of Georgia
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Essentializing an “Italian coffee culture”: The complex nature of cultural inquiry during study abroad
    Rhia Moreno, Augusta University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    From Replication to Substantiation Research: A Complex Dynamic Systems Theory Perspective
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Investigating the ecological validity of writing assessment tasks
    Kerry Pusey, University of Pennsylvania
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    L2 doctoral students' emotion regulation in the context of written feedback
    Ryuichi Sato, Arizona State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Language Ideologies of Multilingualism in the Local Linguistic Landscape
    Xinyue Lu, The Ohio State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    May I see your credentials, please? Displays of pedagogical expertise by language teaching researchers
    Jim McKinley, University College London
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    One family size does not fit all word lists
    Thomas Cobb, University of Quebec at Montreal
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Teachers’ tensions to teach for interculturality and the pathway to their resolutions
    Ana María Sagre, Universidad de Córdoba/Universidad de Arizona
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Unpacking Raciolinguistic Ideologies and Power Dynamics in Teacher Education
    Sumeyra Gok, University of New Hampshire
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    “I am American and Republic”: Bilingual Children’s Identity and Negotiation Strategies in a DLI Program
    Giselle Martinez Negrette, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    “It boils down to respect”: A positioning analysis of identity and investment in learning Spanish
    Carlo Cinaglia, Michigan State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    9:40 AM

    Special Session 2: The AAAL Oral History Project
    Farah Akbar, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Laughlin

  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Intersectionality and LGBTQIA + issues: Revisiting and troubling our research and pedagogical endeavors
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    AAAL 2022 Language Learning Roundtable: Writing for publication globally: Evaluation regimes, knowledges, digital practices
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Exploring the complexities of language practices and ideologies in Chinese immersion classrooms across PK-6 contexts
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference C

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Interpreting scholars and applied linguists joining forces and crossing boundaries
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Transforming Teacher Education for Bi/Multilingual Learners: The Legacy of the CUNY-NYSIEB Project
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference - Oliver

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Understanding L2 Proficiency: A Meta-Analytic Investigation of Four L2 Skills
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     2-Hour Colloquium
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 8:00 AM - 11:15 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    11:15 AM

    Conference Connections: Mentor-mentee meeting space
    Bethany Gray, Iowa State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Heinz

  • 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Family Resting Area
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Indiana

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Lactation Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Jefferson

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Prayer Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Bedford

  • 8:35 AM - 9:05 AM

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    A Historical Overview of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish (AATS)
    Inés Vañó García, Saint Anselm College
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    An exploration of the effect of visuals on students’ L2 listening test-taking processes
    Linlin Wang, Temple University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Education vs. applied linguistics approaches to vocabulary – Bridging the divide
    Marlise Horst, Concordia University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Enhancing L2 speech perception using mobile-assisted auditory and audiovisual training
    Na-Young Ryu, Penn State University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Exploring teacher beliefs in anti-racist, social-justice-focused foreign language (FL) education
    Julia Goetze, Penn State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    How do multilingual writers understand source-based writing tasks in high school?
    Yanan Zhao, UC Irvine
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Indigenous Language Scholarship Fund Winner: Turkish-only Language Policy Limiting Language Rights and Maintenance of Circassian in Turkey
    Emre Başok, AAAL 2022 Indigenous Language Scholar, The Ohio State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Award Winners
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Language practices, identities, and ideologies of Arabic heritage language learners: A transglossic approach
    Sara Hillman, Texas A&M University at Qatar
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Linguistic complexity in L2 writing: Insight from studies on planning
    Mark Johnson, East Carolina University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Local bilingual minority education going global: Cases of two ethnic minority bilingual schools in China
    Guihua Zhao, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    News media representation of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest: (a study using systemic functional linguistics)
    Aubrey Crosby, Penn State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Research Methods in work on TBLT and IDs: A Methodological Review
    Alison Mackey, AAAL 2022 DSSA Award Winner, Georgetown University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Sites of Engagement, Discourse Itineraries, and Digital Embodied Praxis
    Maverick Zhang, University of Georgia
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    The (non)existent gap between Intermediate-High and Advanced-Low: Complexity and accuracy in L2 Spanish writing
    Marie Mangold, University of Minnesota
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Voicing Who They Really Are: Identity Expression of Persons with Dementia through Narratives within Interviews
    Yoshiko Matsumoto, Stanford University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • 9:00 AM
    4:30 PM

    Exhibits
    Exhibits
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 9:10 AM - 9:40 AM

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Acquiring L2 sociolinguistic competence during study abroad: A raciolingusitic perspective
    Devin Grammon, University of Oregon
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Affrication of word-initial /ʒ/ in French Native Speech
    Delin Deng, University of Florida
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Amplifying Latinx students’ voices about bilingualism experiences: A critical metaphor analysis
    Dalia Magana, University of California Merced
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    An Innovative Approach to Assessing L2 Learners’ Oral Communication Skills in an ESP Context
    yasin karatay, Iowa Sate University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Beyond Imaginations: Talking Virtually with Peers in a Heritage Country
    Jin Kyeong Jung, Texas Tech University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Bundle or not bundle? Frequency vs. mutual expectancy: Not necessarily “either-or”
    Ndeye Bineta Mbodj, Georgia State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Comparisons of English spelling skills across writing systems and levels of spelling complexity
    Katherine Martin, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Disrupting Evasion Pedagogies Through an Anti-evasive/oppressive Course for Pre-service Teachers to Work with Multilingual Learners
    Peiwen Wang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Examining the Intersection of Macro and Local Language Policy Enactments in Mediating Educational Inequities
    Chioma Ezeh, Washington State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Ideology through lexical priming in American editorial discourse
    Mike Olsen, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Linguistic complexity in heritage language writing across communicative contexts: Roles of proficiency and executive function
    Janire Zalbidea, Temple University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Sure, still, of course, I admit, (but) I do think: Concession in undergraduate online discussions
    Miriam Moore, University of North Georgia
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Task-based language teaching through virtual reality: The case of an online Serbian heritage language school
    Bojan Lazarevic, University of Florida
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The effectiveness of unimodal versus multimodal feedback on the accuracy of revision and new pieces of writing
    Maria Lourdes Lira Gonzales, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Translanguaging pedagogy and second language reading comprehension
    Muhammad Qureshi, Zayed University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Typed transcription as an implicit measure of foreign-accent comprehensibility: An online replication study
    Jordan Gallant, Brock University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    “I keep questioning myself”: A longitudinal conversation analysis of a novice writer’s topic development
    Kelly Frantz, Teachers College Columbia University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 9:40 AM - 10:10 AM

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    A comparative multimodal genre analysis of ‘About Us’ texts on American and Chinese university websites
    Wei Xu, University of Arizona
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    A mixed-method research on the impact of collaborative strategic reading on low-performing Chinese EFL students
    YING XIONG, Pennsylvania State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Difficulties Involved in Academic Reading in English as a Foreign Language in Sweden
    Linda Eriksson, Örebro University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Looking into PIRLS 2016: Student differences in reading proficiency
    Xiatinghan Xu, Warner School of Education at University of Rochester
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    New Readability Formula for L2 Reading
    Joon Suh Choi, Georgia State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Prosody of L1 and L2 English speakers’ pragmatic production of high imposition requests and refusals
    Okim Kang, Northern Arizona University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    The Effect of Lexical Inference Intervention: Can Learners Learn to Ignore Irrelevant Morphological Information?
    Shingo Ichikawa, Nagoya Gakuin University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    The Impact of Arabic Listeners’ Background Factors on Their Perception of Different Varieties of English
    Lama Alhusain, Northern Arizona University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Understanding graduate students’ experiences with academic writing: The perspectives of graduate writing consultants
    Weijia Li, University of Rochester
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 10:10 AM - 10:40 AM

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    A multimodal analysis of institutional discourse about COVID-19 from loose and tight cultures
    Yiqiong Zhang, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    An Analysis of Changes in Examinees' Speaking Performance across a Scenario-Based Test
    Jorge Beltran Zuniga, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    An adult migrant’s identity work in playful talk in L2 classroom interaction: Chronotope analysis
    Tomoko Tode, Hiroshima Shudo University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    An update of the ‘Methodological synthesis of research on the effectiveness of corrective feedback in L2 writing’
    Qiandi Liu, University of South Carolina
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Beliefs matter: The relationships between beliefs about peer feedback and its effectiveness in pronunciation instruction
    Ines Aileen Martin, U.S. Naval Academy
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Enacting Social Justice through Assessment in Multilingual First-Year Writing Classes
    Jagadish Paudel, The University of Texas at El Paso
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Equity, access, and inclusion in World Language Education: The current landscape in NJ and MN
    Beth Wassell, Rowan Univerisity
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Ethno-national culturespeak in identity work: A postcolonial inheritance in teaching adult ESL
    Dmitri Detwyler, University of British Columbia
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Examining students’ perceptions of formality in academic writing
    Tove Larsson, Uppsala University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Implementational spaces for developing critical consciousness in Chinese dual language bilingual education secondary classrooms
    Nuo Xu, University of Utah
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    International Posture of local plurilingual first-year undergraduates in low and high EMI classrooms in Barcelona
    Andreana Pastena, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Language ideologies and perceptual dialectology in education: The case of Florida
    Katharina Elbwart, Paderborn University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Learning by simulating: L2 pragmatic development in a technology-mediated task-based simulation practice with feedback
    Ayşenur Sağdıç, Georgetown University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Moving from Comfort towards Growth: A Study of Psychological Aspects of L2 Writers
    Hye Joon Yoon, The Ohio State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Online communities of inquiry for effective, sustainable and inclusive teacher professional development in changing times
    Katerina Kourkouli, Department of English Language and Linguistics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Still waiting on prince charming: How today’s ESL textbooks represent gender by genre
    Amy Burden, University of Memphis
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Taboo Language in Non-professional Subtitling in China: A Case Study of Bilibili.com
    Xijinyan Chen, Wake Forest University
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The Criticality of EL Teacher Roles and Identities during Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning
    Trish Morita-Mullaney, Purdue University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The effects of written corrective feedback processing in pen-and-paper and digital environments
    Sophie McBride, University of Murcia
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Virtual study abroad for multilingual students of Spanish: Negotiating content and identity, fighting social inequalities
    Federica Goldoni, Georgia Gwinnett College
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Why we do what we do: Reflections of SLA researchers on their proficiency reporting practices
    Hae In Park, University at Albany, State University of New York
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 10:10 AM - 11:10 AM

  • 10:10 AM
    11:10 AM

    Engaging the public in citizen sociolinguistics
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 10:10 AM
    11:10 AM

    The Justice Language/Action Project: Educators Using Critical Discourse Analysis in K-12 Classrooms
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     1-Hour Colloquium
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    "My self-evaluation as a teacher plum-met-ed!": Serbian EFL Teachers' Intercultural Experiences in the Middle East
    Dunja Radojkovic, University of Arizona
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    A complex dynamic look at second language development: The case of sojourners
    Zeynep Köylü, University of Basel
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Cross-linguistic Reading Patterns of L2 English readers: An Eye-Tracking Investigation
    Alisha Biler, Boyce College
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Approaches to Support English Learners in Community College
    Teresa Varriale Gonzalez, University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Defusing anti-social justice propaganda: The need for media literacy in language teacher education
    Carla Chamberlin, The Pennsylvania State University, Abington College
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Elective bilingualism and Thai family language policy: practices and perspective on the global variety of English in Thailand
    Kamolwan Jocuns, Thammasat University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    English-dominant speakers’ and English learners’ expression of formality in writing
    Ivan Lasan, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Equivalence of two versions of the Ortega et al. Spanish Elicited Imitation Task
    Mandy Faretta-Stutenberg, Northern Illinois University
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Evocation of Military Discourses in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Post-war Sri Lanka: A Critical Discourse Study
    Priyanka Jayakodi, Michigan State University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Graduate Student Socialization through Mentored Writing Interactions: Between Empowerment and Marginalization
    Lupe Rincon-Mendoza, Pennsylvania State University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Identity (re)construction in the Online-Offline Nexus: Marginalized Voices and Personality Caricatures on TikTok
    Lilia Dobos, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Impact of Interlocutor and Task on Second-grade One-way Chinese Immersion Children's Language Use
    Mengying Liu, University of Minnesota
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Korean EFL learners’ development of reading comprehension through learning-oriented assessment
    Gi Jung Kim, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Negotiating Cultural Tensions as Emerging Scholars: A Study of the Reading Experiences of International Doctoral Students
    Tamara Roose, The Ohio State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Orthographies and political ideologies in Galicia
    Paige Barton, Ohio State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Source use in second language integrated argumentative writing assessment
    Ping-Lin Chuang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    The effects of corpus-focused instruction on stylistic revision competence in L1 Dutch–L2 English translation
    Ella Diels, University of Antwerp (Belgium)
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Understanding the role of literacy in semantic prediction
    Brittany Finch, Michigan State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    “It’s a sticky wicket!” Theorizing majority language speakers’ identity in official languages education
    Wendy Bokhorst-Heng, Crandall University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 11:20 AM - 12:30 PM

  • 11:20 AM
    12:30 PM

    Plenary - Keiko Koda: Explaining second language reading development: Linguistic constraints on crosslinguistic interactions
    Keiko Koda, Carnegie Mellon University
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    AAAL Public Affairs & Engagement Committee (PAEC) Open Meeting
    Netta Avineri, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    Finding your academic niche hosted by Graduate Student Council (GSC)
    Lupe Rincon-Mendoza, Pennsylvania State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    Invited Professional Development Session: “Revise and Resubmit”: How to respond to reviewer comments
    Luke Plonsky, Northern Arizona University
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    North American Systemic Functional Linguistics Association (NASFLA) Open Meeting
    Andres Ramirez, Florida Atlantic University
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 12:45 PM - 2:15 PM

  • 12:45 PM
    2:15 PM

    Applied Linguistics (Oxford University Press) Closed Meeting
    Christina Higgins, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Parkview West

  • 1:50 PM - 2:20 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Accommodation and Resistance to Academic Register: Bilingual Teacher Reflections on Language Policy in Practice
    Lillian Ardell, Language Matters LLC
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Bilingual, multimodal, and collaborative sense-making in a science museum
    Grace Jue Yeon Kim, The Ohio State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Effects of speaker ethnic, linguistic, and religious background on judgments of L2 speech in Canada
    Kym Taylor Reid, Concordia University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Efficient assessment of English writing ability: Can a classic measure of literacy acquisition work?
    Larry Davis, Educational Testing Service
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    High variability phonetic training in the classroom: Student and teacher perceptions and lessons learned
    Alisha Reaves, Towson University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Ideological reflection and metalinguistic awareness in the discourse of intentional translationese: a netnography of reader-response
    Xiajie Wang, University of Arizona
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    L2 identity positioning and investment governed by ideology and power relations in ESL contexts
    Juyeon Yoo, The Ohio State University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Language Teacher Perspectives on Second Language Peer Interactions
    Rebecca Adams, University of Memphis
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Multilingual Practices and Monolingual Ideologies in a Jordanian Advanced L2 English classroom
    Katharine Burns, Carnegie Mellon University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Multinational Corporate Mission Statements in English and Chinese: Linguistic Distinctions or Cultural Differences?
    Shengrong Cai, Wright State University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Social justice warriors storm the ivory tower: Small story analyses of MATESOL students' oral interactions
    Thomas Walker, University of Washington
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Structure and Agency in Educational Language Policy
    David Johnson, University of Iowa
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Teachers as Learners - Professional Learning and Support Experiences of Migrant Women English Instructors in Ontario’s Higher Education in Canada
    Justine Jun, OISE, University of Toronto
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The factor structure of an English listening test featuring non-standard accents
    Hitoshi Nishizawa, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Time, quality, and behavior: Assessing translation process and product
    Aline Ferreira, University of California - Santa Barbara
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    “EVERYTHING IS UNDER CONTROL!”: Health Officials' COVID-19 Communication on Twitter in Three Leading Countries
    Fahad Alzahrani, University of Tabuk
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 1:50 PM - 3:50 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Instructed Second Language Acquisition Research Methods
    Research Methodology (REM)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference A

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Applied Linguists Working Towards Social Justice: Collaboration and Critical Engagement for Liberation
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Epistemic justice and languaging: A critique of hegemonic thinking, essentialisms and labelling language
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Individual Differences in Early Bilingual, Second and Foreign Language Learning: Internal and External Factors
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Power as Caring Relations: An Intersectional, Antiracist Examination of the Power of Mothers in Minoritized Language Education
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference B

  • 2:25 PM - 2:55 PM

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Developing a Data-Informed Placement Rubric for Aviation English Programs: Inclusion of Low Proficiency Learners
    Ashleigh Cox, Georgia State University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Effects of reading task complexity on L2 learners’ content learning and language use: A process-product approach
    Haimei Sun, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Examination of the Impact of an Online PD Program on Turkish EFL Teachers’ Development
    Behice Cengiz, Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Factual Writing: An Examination of Sixth-Grade Students' Genre and Register Understanding
    Zhihui Fang, University of Florida
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    From Twitter to the Capitol: Analyzing far-right discourses in social media
    Panayota Gounari, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    How do attention-shift, foreign language anxiety, and two different measures of fluency interact?
    Daphnee Simard, Université du Québec à Montréal
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Investigating the effects of multimodal digital feedback on second language development through video-conferencing tasks
    Yeonwoo Jung, UCL
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Investigating the use of co-constructed rubrics for academic writing assessment: A classroom-based study
    Ha Ram Kim, University of California, Irvine
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Language, Ideologies, Capital, and the Graduate International Student Experience
    Adam Agostinelli, Boston College
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Navigating the intersectional forces influencing an emergent trilingual child’s identity
    Jayoung Choi, Kennesaw State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Open pedagogy and social justice in the language classroom: Lessons from remote Arabic teaching
    Ayman Mohamed, Michigan State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Papo reto: The politics of enregisterment amid the crossfire in Rio de Janeiro
    Daniel Silva, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Perceptions on linguistic diversity through the linguistic landscape
    Mario Martinez Garcia, The Ohio State University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Quantity and Quality of Self- and Peer-evaluation in L2 Pronunciation Learning
    Sinem Sonsaat Hegelheimer, Iowa State University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Race-conscious action: an SFL analysis of two California districts’ education policy documents
    Darrell Allen, University of Michigan
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    The MUST project: a bilingual parallel corpus of students' translations for corpus and translation analysis
    Juan-Pedro Rica-Peromingo, Complutense University in Madrid
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Thirdspace for International Teaching Assistants (ITAs) in Academia: A Possibility to Refocus
    Natalia Rud, Skagit Valley College
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Translanguaging, learner interactions, and task modality in Korean language classrooms
    Sorin Huh, Emory University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 2:25 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 2:25 PM
    3:30 PM

    Invited Academic Workshop: The theory and practice of teaching pragmatics: Distinguishing myths from realities
    Andrew Cohen, University of Minnesota
    Special Meetings & Events
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    An educational case study of an Indonesian teacher-researcher embracing identity tensions
    Cristina Sanchez-Martin, University of Washington
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Appraisal analysis of literature review section in published journal articles in applied linguistics
    Jun Zhao, Augusta University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Background factors in teachers’ attitudes and perceptions of World Englishes classroom speech models
    Katherine Yaw, Northern Arizona University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Development and validation of an unscripted audio-visual L2 listening test
    Yena Park, Indiana University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    English learner students’ access to higher education in the U.S.: Evidence from national longitudinal studies
    Lei Jiang, North Dakota State University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Going virtual during COVID in rural Hindi-medium schools in India: A study of teacher resilience
    Nishita Grace Isaac, Georgetown University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    How task-based is it really? Leveraging theoretical approaches of TBLT to guide sustainable programmatic changes
    Caitlyn Pineault, Georgetown University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Joining a community of practice: A case study of interpreters in training
    Renee Jourdenais, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Multilingual Uses and Perceptions: The Use of Monolingual and Plurilingual Assessment Approaches in Productive Tasks
    Thais Mena Orduña, Universitat de Lleida
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Parents’ Role in Young Children’s EFL Learning through Self-Guided Digital Learning Program: An Ecological Approach
    Kirsten Olander, Age of Learning, Inc.
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Resistance and affirmation of white supremacy in narratives of racial conflict among white women with African American ties: a Critical Discourse Analysis
    Sonya Fix, Columbus College of Art & Design
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Teaching Metaphor to Enhance Scientific Communication with the Public
    Amanda Hilliard, Johns Hopkins University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    The Dirty Dozen: Interpersonal meanings and audience involvement in influential anti-vaccine social media posts
    Mark Visonà, California University of Pennsylvania
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Towards conceptualizing accent familiarity: A mixed-methods approach (to be completed by December/2021)
    Vito Miao, Northern Arizona University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] English and rap battle in participatory social media
    Bal Krishna Sharma, University of Idaho
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Achievement Emotions in English Language Learning Classes: An Integrated Model
    Beilei Guo, University of Rochester
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Can they show the difference?: Exploring structural types and syntactic functions in L2 writing across contexts
    Xizi Zhang, Fudan University and Harvard Graduate School of Education
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Effect of second language learning factors on first language phonetic change
    Chikako Takahashi, Columbia Univeristy
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Examining the perception of /j/ and /w/ by Mandarin-speaking L2 learners of English
    William Zhou, Ohio State University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Exploring global teachers' perspectives on corpus-based pedagogy
    Junghun Yang, Iowa State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Exploring writing errors in different genres produced by Chinese undergraduate students
    Hui Wang, University of Arizona
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Frequency and variation in L2 Spanish present tense indicative verbal inflectional morphology
    Caleb Zilmer, Western Washington University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Into the Unknow(n): Contextual constraints on morphologically complex English verbs
    Rurik Tywoniw, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Learner corpus evidence for L2 phonological clustering effects
    Aaron Yamada, Creighton University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Meaning-Based Interpreting Performance Assessment: Assessing effective American Sign Language (ASL)/English interpreted interaction.
    Betsy Winston, TIEM Center
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    The interplay of emotions, mindfulness, and language learning in the K-12 context
    Michelle Heckman, Warner School of Education at University of Rochester
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Virtual Reality in the EAP classroom: Creating immersive, interactive, and accessible experiences for international students
    Katie Coleman, University of Michigan
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    What makes a digital English-learning program effective for young children in an EFL context?
    Jie Chen, Age of Learning Inc.
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Poster
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Analyzing Languaging in Collaborative Translation: Effects of Work Distribution and First Language Status
    Luis Cerezo, American University
    Translation, Interpretation and Language Access (TRI)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Applying translanguaging pedagogy: collaborative multilingual inquiry to foster children’s language awareness in US elementary classrooms
    Sandra Descourtis, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Brazilian Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices of Translanguaging in a Portuguese-English Bilingual Program in the United States
    Mariana Lima Becker, Boston College
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Can a chatbot help measure interactional competence in L2 English language assessment?
    Geoffrey LaFlair, Duolingo
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Complexity theory in speech visualization: Integrating theory, software development and language teaching
    Tao Wang, Stanford
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Debriefing Teaching and Multimodal Narrative Practices in Negotiating Linguicism
    Mahmuda Sharmin, Emory University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Discourse-analytical Approaches to Language Testing Policy in South Korea
    Eunhae Cho, The Pennsylvania State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Explaining listening comprehension among L2 Chinese learners: Roles of oral proficiency, vocabulary size, and metacognitive awareness
    Yu Wu, University of Rhode Island
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    From Needs Analysis to Task Implementation: Korean Expat’s Perception on Task Transferability
    Suji Bermingham, Georgia State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Graduate Student GSA-DEIA Winner: Exploring Social Identities Through Spoken Discursive Practices: A Case Study of a High-School PTA Meeting
    Olumide Ajayi, AAAL 2022 GSA-DEIA Winner, University of Georgia
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Language ideologies and deficit beliefs about emergent bilinguals in career and technical education
    Mark Emerick, Muhlenberg College
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Metadiscourse and visual features of three minute thesis presentations: A qualitative study
    Yanhua Liu, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Mixed-heritage Individuals and Systemic Risk During Negotiation of Identity
    Aurora Tsai, University of Tokyo
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Promoting a plurilingual, holistic view of languages through action-oriented scenarios: An innovative language learning platform
    Andre Scholze, University of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education)
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Real-time visual acoustic feedback for non-native vowel production training
    Ivana Rehman, Iowa State University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    The neural correlates of mid- and end-clause silent pauses in L2 speech
    Andrea Revesz, University College London
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    The relationship between L2 Spanish proficiency and features of written lexical and lexicogrammatical use
    Carla Consolini, University of Oregon
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Tweeting in the wild: How and why TESL practitioners and researchers use Twitter
    Kent Lee, University of Alberta
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] Disability as Language Disenfranchisement: Race and Racism in Alternative and Augmentative Communication
    Usree Bhattacharya, University of Georgia
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    “Whose voice is missing here?” Cultivating critical readers through text-based discussions during social studies inquiry
    Sida Sun, University of Michigan
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    5:00 PM

    An Affinity Group Networking Event: Being a queer applied linguist, hosted by Saurav Goswami
    Saurav Goswami, Georgetown University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 4:00 PM
    5:00 PM

    Exploring intersectional identities as minoritized transnational practitioners: Criticality and agency in language (teacher) education
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 4:35 PM - 5:05 PM

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    (De)constructing Race and Identity in the ELT Classroom through a Decolonial Applied Linguistics
    Erika Coachman, English professor at the Laboratory School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    A Multi-Method Investigation of the Usability of “Building Knowledge and Language through Inquiry” (KLI) Intervention
    Dennis Davis, North Carolina State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Executive Functioning Skills and Expressive-Receptive Skills of Preschool Students in an Inclusive Dual-Language Immersion Program
    Hilal Peker, Florida Department of Education
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Input enhancement and English third person possessive pronouns: A study with child EFL learners
    María Luquin Urtasun, University of the Basque Country
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Intertextuality in Media Discourse: A case of Ukrainian Readers' Perspective
    Oksana Moroz, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    L2 neurocognition and context of learning: Theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence
    Harriet Bowden, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Learner-friendly English word stress rules: How learnable are they?
    Veronica Sardegna, Duquesne University
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Heinz

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Making microteaching matter in second language teacher education: A playful reconceptualization
    Jacob Rieker, Pennsylvania State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Scaffolding Spoken Discourse through Reading to Learn
    Paula Garcia Montes, Universidad de Córdoba, Colombia
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Sharpening TESOL expertise of in-service teachers using mixed-reality simulation
    Shim Lew, The University of West Florida
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    The Role of Task Complexity and Individual Differences in L2 Pragmatics Learning
    Yunkyeong Choi, Texas A&M University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    The identification against marginalization and inequitable power relations in educational doctoral study: A duo-ethnography study
    Hanh Dinh, University at Albany SUNY
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    The role of theories in quantitative and qualitative second language learning research: A corpus-based approach
    Jianwu Gao, Capital Normal University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Two interpretations of a policy: Understanding ESL department chair’s ideologies and implementation of AB 705
    Lee Her, Michigan State University
    Language Planning and Policy (LPP)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Understanding peer interaction through blended collaborative writing tasks
    Jui-Hsin Renee Hung, Indiana University Bloomington
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Which words matter most? Operationalizing lexical prevalence for vocabulary lists
    Jesse Egbert, Northern Arizona University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    [CANCELLED] Mock Affect, and the socio-pragmatics of unlicensed epenthesis
    Rakesh Bhatt, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    ‘These results are inconsistent’: 'This/these + shell noun’ patterns in Engineering theses and research articles
    Genggeng Zhang, Pennsylvania State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    “I never had anyone that looked like me”: Heritage-language maintenance at the intersection of teachers’ identities and beliefs
    Andrés García, University of Maryland, College Park
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 5:30 PM - 6:35 PM

  • 5:30 PM
    6:35 PM

    Plenary - Tiffany Lee: Pedagogies of k’é (kinship) and activism for ensuring Indigenous futures and wellbeing
    Tiffany Lee, University of New Mexico
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

  • 7:30 AM
    4:00 PM

    Registration
    Registration
    17th Floor - Registration Desk

  • 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    A two-study comparative perspective on student and instructor psychological “flow” in SLA
    Chris Jacobs, University of Nebraska at Kearney
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Chinese college EFL teachers’ writing assessment literacy: knowledge, beliefs, and practices
    Fanrong Weng, University of Macau
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Connecting theories about social connections: An empirically-based model of second language socialization
    Jade Sandbulte, University of Minnesota Duluth
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Creating a third space for critical media literacy in the South Korean EFL classroom
    Hyesun Cho, University of Kansas
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Empowering Chinese international student language educators: A collaborative autoethnographic study
    Nuoyi Yang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Exploring EAP students’ perceptions of integrated writing assessment
    Pakize Uludag, Concordia University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    In-Class Teacher Speech in France: Dispelling the Myth of the Standard Norm
    Corinne Etienne, University of Massachusetts - Boston
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Integrating critical language awareness in language teacher education: Opportunities and challenges
    Ellen Serafini, George Mason University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Language modeling using eye-tracking augmentative and alternative communication devices during virtual schooling: Challenges and opportunities
    Xing Wei, University of Georgia
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Language variations in contemporary French TV shows: The case for teaching argot and verlan
    Stefano Maranzana, Southern Methodist University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Learning a foreign language through augmented reality mobile games: Case of Japanese
    Kayo Shintaku, Villanova University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Lexical Bundle Analysis of International Teaching Assistants’ Instructional Presentations in ITA Assessment
    Heesun Chang, University of Georgia
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Maximizing the Effectiveness of Flipped Learning via Action Research
    Ayano Kawasaki, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    New Approaches to Teaching the Russian Language and Culture in the Face of the Russian War on Ukraine
    Victoria Hasko, University of Georgia
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Reading and listening proficiency outcomes in app-based language learning
    Xiangying Jiang, Duolingo
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    The interactional management of missing responses in a Business Chinese class
    Ding Wang-Bramlett, Carnegie Mellon University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Transforming L2 identities: The affordances of multilingual life writing
    Marylise Rilliard, The University of Texas at Austin
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Trump talk - is it really anomalous? A corpus-assisted semantic analysis of US presidential debates
    Nicholas Hayes, University of Alabama
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    “Native Check” requirement and EAL doctoral students’ writing processes
    Hikaru Ishiyama, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    9:00 AM

    Pedagogical Concepts: Tools for Developing 'Reasoned Teaching'
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     1-Hour Colloquium
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 8:00 AM
    9:00 AM

    Teacher-Student Group Conferences in Online Writing Courses: Conference Talk, Textual Revision, and Student Attitudes
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     1-Hour Colloquium
    Conference - Phipps

  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Allyship in times of reckoning and change: Positioning of outgroup scholars in linguistic justice research
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Bringing underrepresented populations into focus in SLA: Opportunities, challenges, and lessons learned
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Negotiation of (conflicting) repertoires and stances in K-12 translanguaging spaces
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Translingual approaches in world language education: Perspectives from Arabic learning contexts
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     2-Hour Colloquium
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Writing right: Autoethnographic stories that interrogate and contest injustice done to us and to others
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Conference A

  • 8:00 AM - 5:05 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    5:05 PM

    Conference Connections: Mentor-mentee meeting space
    Bethany Gray, Iowa State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Heinz

  • 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Family Resting Area
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Indiana

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Lactation Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Jefferson

  • 8:00 AM
    7:00 PM

    Prayer Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Bedford

  • 8:35 AM - 9:05 AM

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Acquiescing, downgrading, and asserting epistemic stance for contributory inclusion in sharing analyses of excerpts of learners’ own L2 interaction
    Duane Kindt, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Assessing the quality and effectiveness of remote language instruction during the COVID pandemic
    Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl, Yale University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Assessment literacy in a language Flagship program: exploring stakeholders’ beliefs of the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)
    Viviane Klen-Alves, Portuguese Flagship Program
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    COVID-19 signage in Metro Vancouver: Diversity, inclusion and access
    Aylar Adeh, Simon Fraser University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Chinese students’ attitudes toward English as a lingua franca communication in the international university
    Seongyong Lee, Hannam University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Enacting dialogic teaching through embodied actions: A case of one US elementary school teacher
    Di Liang, The Pennsylvania State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Exploring social issues in Arabic-speaking countries: Integrating content and Arabic language in a genre-based approach
    Myriam Abdel-Malek, University of Pittsburgh
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Fourth wall breaches in experimental settings: A pragmatic analysis
    Shelby Miller, University of North Texas at Dallas
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Guessing and/or predicting benefits L2 learners of varying proficiency
    Valerie Keppenne, The Pennsylvania State University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Illuminating learners’ voices in understanding language assessment literacy
    Sara Clement, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Language Assessment Perceptions and Needs of Dual Language Educators
    Antonio Perez Belda, University of Maryland
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Metaphorical Framing in Hate Speech
    Maryam Saneie Moghadam, Iowa State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Piloting Critical Multilingual Awareness among recently arrived adolescents. Learned lessons through teacher and student perspectives
    Christina Hedman, Stockholm University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Playtesting a new second language learning method: A content-integrated, task-based, gaming approach
    Yuchan (Blanche) Gao, Arizona State University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Pragmatic feedback on refusals and requests in a computer simulation of an academic advising session
    Paul Richards, Indiana University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Professional challenges and racism: Chinese language teachers in K-12 schools in America
    Wenhao Diao, University of Arizona
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Rhetorical Concepts in Intensive English Programs’ Writing Classrooms
    Lisa Parzefall, DePaul University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Second language development in face-to-face versus synchronous computer-mediated interactions: Dyadic type and language proficiency
    Angelica Ribeiro, Houston Independent School District
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Teacher Scaffolding and Immersion Language Learning of Refugee-Background Students in an Elementary Immersion Classroom
    Saem Heo, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    What helps a teacher develop an informed translanguaging stance in social studies inquiry?
    Mina Hernandez Garcia, University of Michigan
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    [CANCELLED] Classroom assemblages: Polysemiotic patterns of materials-in-interaction in Spanish-as-a-foreign-language pedagogies
    Anne Marie Guerrettaz, Washington State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    [CANCELLED] Negotiating linguistic privilege: Stories of first language English speakers in Sri Lanka
    Mihiri Jansz, Postgraduate Institute of English, The Open University of Sri Lanka
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • 9:00 AM
    4:30 PM

    Exhibits
    Exhibits
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 9:10 AM - 9:40 AM

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    A Fresh Look at Distance Language Education on Pandemic Zone: A longitudinal Study
    Fereshte Tadayon, Allameh Tabataba'i University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    ACTFL Proficiency Placement Test (APPT): An assessment usefulness argument
    Gregory Thompson, Brigham Young University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Acknowledging & Fostering Emotions in L2 Pedagogy: Exploring Positive Psychology in Teaching L2 Writing
    Zsuzsanna Abrams, University of California Santa Cruz
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Computerized mediation in the instruction and development of L2 pragmatic competence: A dynamic assessment perspective
    Tianyu Qin, University of North Georgia
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Defining diagnostic uncertainty as a discourse type: analyzing clinical narratives of Electronic Health Records (EHR)
    Lindsay Nickels, University of Cincinnati
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Developing academic writing through multimodal assignments: Evidence from second language writing classrooms
    Xiao Tan, Arizona State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Facilitative learner characteristics underpinning exceptionally successful SLA: Results from learners with ‘near-native’ LX proficiency
    Katarina Mentzelopoulos, University of Nottingham
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Fifteen years of L2 Motivational Self System research: A meta-analysis
    Di Qi, Georgetown University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Harnessing linguistic and nonlinguistic resources in multilingual classrooms through digital plurilingual instruction
    Angelica Galante, McGill University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Language socialization for heritage learners of Cantonese: Lessons learned from teaching during the pandemic
    Kit Pai, The University of British Columbia
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Languaging, memories and identities. Identifying ways-of-being and becoming
    Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, Jönköping University, Sweden
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Leveling the Playing Field: Collaborative Inquiry between ESOL PSTs and Their Cooperating Teachers
    Wyatt Hall, University of Maryland, College Park
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Pedagogical Gaming: Play to Learn? -A Comparative Study of Two Game Design Projects
    Lin Zhou, Northeastern University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Public health messaging for at risk populations: a UK-based case study
    Pepita Barnard, University of Nottingham
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    Sorry to interrupt you: Using tasks to facilitate L2 pragmatic development in online video conferencing
    Lara Bryfonski, Georgetown University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The Effects of Rating Scales on Assessing L2 Chinese Pragmatic Performance in Roleplays
    Yunwen Su, University of Utah, USA
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The inter-generational literacies in maintaining language and cultural heritage of Thai Chinese communities in Thailand
    Nattaporn Luangpipat, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The linguistic experiences of Spanish Heritage Speakers in Mexican schools: reconciling expectations and abilities
    Kathleen Tacelosky, Lebanon Valley College
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The scale analysis of plurilingual students' learning experiences in a remote learning course
    Gahyun Son, Simon Fraser University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    The social imaginaries and ideologies of study-abroad and English learning: Japanese students’ experiences
    Yukako Otsuki, University at Buffalo, SUNY
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    What works outside the classroom? A descriptive study of intercultural engagement and Asian language learning
    Jiwon Hwang, Stony Brook University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    [CANCELLED] Impact of teacher collaboration on student learning in a bilingual education classroom
    Xiaochen Rui, The University of Hong Kong
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 9:10 AM
    9:40 AM

    [CANCELLED] People, place, and politics: Citizen linguistic landscape and semiotic ideology during the COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal
    Suman Karki, Pokhara University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 9:40 AM - 10:10 AM

  • 9:40 AM
    10:10 AM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 10:10 AM - 10:40 AM

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    A corpus analysis of the experiences of people with DID expressed on Reddit
    Heewon Lee, Georgia State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    An Empirical Investigation of the Use of Mixed-Reality Experiences for Learning Interlanguage Pragmatics
    Julie Sykes, University of Oregon
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Chronotopes and Semiotic Design: Digital Storytelling Practices of Youth in the Periphery
    Eric Ho, University of Wisconsin Madison
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Co-optation, not co-existence: Language ideologies and educational practices among Spanish missionaries in Alta California
    Cory Buckband, Arizona State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Community Translingual Repertoires: The Everydayness of Community Translanguaging among Latinx Children in Philadelphia
    Stephanie Abraham, Rowan University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Effects of proficiency levels and standards on features of young English learners’ speaking task responses
    Soohye Yeom, New York University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Exploring the use of humor in academic discourse socialization: A case study
    Elif Burhan Horasanli, Social Sciences University of Ankara
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Investigating temporal variation of selected negative and positive emotions among Polish university students
    Mariusz Kruk, University of Zielona Góra, Poland
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Learning Content and Language Integration: Assessing the Effectiveness of Inservice Professional Development for Immersion Teachers
    Diane Tedick, University of Minnesota
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Learning frequent vocabulary in Spanish L2 literature courses with flashcards: Learners’ perceptions and gains
    Nausica Marcos Miguel, Denison University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Portuguese Through Storybooks: Curriculum Development and Research Design for a Language Maintenance Course
    Melissa Latham Keh, Bridgewater State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Pragmatic Objectives in High School Teachers’ Lesson Plans
    Soheil Mansouri, Webster University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The Development of an Automated Rating System for a Simulated Oral Proficiency Interview
    Payman Vafaee, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The Emotional Labor of Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Strategies to Support Professional Development
    Jennifer Haan, University of Dayton
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The English Language Learner Insight, Proficiency and Skills Evaluation Corpus (ELLIPSE)
    Scott Crossley, Georgia State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The Experiences of BIPOC Educators and Allies while Teaching Abroad
    Jenny Hodgson, English Language Programs, US Department of State
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    The use and development of cohesive devices in narrative and argumentative genres over time
    Mahmoud Abdi Tabari, Santa Clara University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Three languages in one household: Successes and challenges of two multilingual families raising young children
    Mihaela Gazioglu, Clemson University
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    Transforming teachers’ praxis during a formative intervention program in Reading to Learn
    Jose Herazo, Universidad de Córdoba, Colombia
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    [CANCELLED] Developmental paths of fluency, complexity, and accuracy in L2 oral proficiency—A case study
    Qiusi Zhang, Purdue University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    “Profesora is doing a great job!” or “Online learning sucks”: Language learning during COVID-19
    Amy S. Thompson, West Virginia University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    “Share your idea Oskar!”: Examining children’s positioning practices in a diverse elementary science classroom
    Rachel Pinnow, The University of Missouri
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 10:10 AM
    10:40 AM

    “¿Hay una palabra para esnob?”: Collaborative linguistic agency and translingual competence in study abroad
    Jazmina Isordia, University of California Davis
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:10 AM - 11:10 AM

  • 10:10 AM
    11:10 AM

    Inviting Vulnerability: Emotions in Identity-Conscious Approaches to Raciolinguistic Responsive Teacher Learning during Sociopolitical Upheaval
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 10:10 AM
    11:10 AM

    Shifts and Practices in L2 Writing Teacher’s Professional Identity Development Across Global Contexts
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     1-Hour Colloquium
    Conference A

  • 10:10 AM - 11:15 AM

  • 10:10 AM
    11:15 AM

    Ibero-American Association of Applied Linguistics (AIALA) Open Meeting
    Laura Gurzynski-Weiss, Indiana University
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 10:10 AM
    11:15 AM

    Professional Development Session: Careers beyond academia: What's out there and how do I get a job?
    Alexandra Johnston, Georgetown University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Phipps

  • 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Actually, it’s whom: Analyzing corrections within television dialogue on the formation of viewers’ language ideologies
    Sarah Hercula, Missouri University of Science & Technology
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Belonging of young bilingual children from immigrant backgrounds in US classroom settings
    Jungmin Lee, The Ohio State University
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    COVID-19 and the construction of wuli (we): Marriage-migrant women and care discourses in South Korea
    Mi Yung Park, University of Auckland
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Conceptual metaphors about language and language learning in life history interviews with study abroad alumni
    Jingyuan Zhuang, The Pennsylvania State University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Constructional Processing in L2 Spanish Learners: Effects of Proficiency and Verb-Construction Association Strength
    Yulia Khoruzhaya, The Pennsylvania State University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    EFL assessment in higher education in Vietnam: A time of reckoning and change
    Thuy Tu, George Mason University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Exploring children's foreign language learning in a VR environment: A case study
    Melinda Dooly, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Faculty development to support multilingual students at a Canadian university: Centering language in disciplinary courses
    Amanda Wallace, Simon Fraser University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Fostering inclusivity and equity in Ontario’s French as a second language education: Teachers’ key role
    Eric Keunne, York University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Indigenous Language Scholarship Fund Winner: Covid19, its impact on American Indian literacy during the process of language revitalization
    Nadine Bravo, AAAL 2022 Indigenous Language Scholar, University of Southern Maine
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Language Student Teachers as Task Designers in a US-China Virtual Exchange
    Carolin Fuchs, Northeastern University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Language pedagogy and second language acquisition: SLA-principled teaching and pedagogically-principled research of L2 past tense-aspect
    Llorenç Comajoan, University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia, Spain
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Mission Statements of Special-Purpose High Schools for language learning in Korea: A Conceptual Metaphor Analysis
    Duk-In Choi, Chung-Ang University
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Negotiating the impact of a high-stakes English language test: Do teachers really “just accept it”?
    Yan Zhao, The University of Melbourne
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Non-finite clause use in novice and expert academic research writing: An analysis of Agricultural Science
    Xixin Qiu, Pennsylvania State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Progressivity in small group discussion in ITA classroom: A conversation analytic study
    Yingliang He, Penn State Applied Linguistics
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Science Learning in Multilingual Households: A Close Look at Family Engagement
    Yan Li, Boston College
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Sense-aware lexical sophistication indices and their relationship to second language writing quality
    Xiaofei Lu, Pennsylvania State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    The emergence of translanguaging as policy and practice in a multilingual public secondary school
    Jesse Rubio, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    The impact of emotions and motivation on language learning autonomy: differences in Hungarian secondary schools
    Kata Csizér, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    To Thine Own Self Be True: Self-Appraisal Language Proficiency Accuracy Among Advanced Foreign Language Students
    Troy Cox, Brigham Young University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    Toward a Hawaiian Place of Learning: International students’ perspective
    Ha Nguyen, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    “All of us speak Spanish”: Developing humanizing perspectives in bilingual pre-service teachers
    Amanda Cataneo, University of Maryland, College Park
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 10:45 AM
    11:15 AM

    “Co-authoring Is a Mystery to Me” - A Qualitative Study of Chinese Visiting Scholars’ Co-authoring Experiences
    Hairong Shang-Butler, University of Rochester
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 11:20 AM - 12:30 PM

  • 11:20 AM
    12:30 PM

    Plenary - Glenn Martinez : Pandemia, public health, and applied linguistics: Reflections on language and Latino health in and beyond los tiempos del COVID
    Glenn Martinez, The University of Texas, San Antonio
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

  • 12:30 PM
    1:45 PM

    AAAL Business Meeting
    Patricia Duff, University of British Columbia
    Special Meetings & Events
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 1:50 PM - 2:20 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    "Of course God doesn't speak only Sanskrit": Translanguaging as a reformative, de-casteing spiritual practice
    Nikhil Tiwari, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Affective Stance and Engagement in Language Learning: A Micro-Interactional Analysis of Collaborative Small-Group Work
    David Olsher, San Francisco State University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    An investigation of mindfulness meditation on L2 learners’ performance during an Elicited Imitation Task
    William Morgan, West Virginia University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Comparing Monomodal and Digital Multimodal Composing using Extensive Reading-to-Write Task: Task outcomes and Learner Factors
    Hyejin Cho, Georgia State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Critical incident ethnographic accounts of Black female educators and staff: Resistance through un-silencing
    Shameeka Wilson, Stanford University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Daily Iranian discourse: Persian, English, or Persianized English?
    Neda Sahranavard, University of California, Irvine
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Deconstructing and refining teaching practices through observation and reflection: student teachers’ experiences during COVID-19
    Irasema Mora Pablo, Universidad de Guanajuato
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Does writing words in notes contribute to vocabulary learning?
    Zhouhan Jin, Western University
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Evolution of Academic Writing: From Alphabetic literacy to Multimodality
    Rashad Ahmed, Jacksonville State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Examining the underlying structure of after-class boredom experienced by English majors
    Joanna Zawodniak, University of Zielona Góra, Poland
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Language assessments as admission criteria: How decisions are made
    Misty Wilson, IELTS USA
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Making meaning of multimodal infographics during a global pandemic: A multicultural perspective
    Loretta Fernandez, University of Pittsburgh
    Text Analysis (Written Discourse) (TXT)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Measuring diminutive suffix productivity across varieties of Spanish: the case of -ito and -illo
    Juan Berrios, University of Pittsburgh
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Relationships between ESL literacy teachers’ perceptions of portfolio-based language assessment and their assessment literacy
    Marilyn Abbott, University of Alberta
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Role of prosody in perceptions of politeness in L1 and L2 English requests and refusals
    Maria Kostromitina, Northern Arizona University
    Pragmatics (PRG)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Should teachers be gritty about getting students to have L2-grit? Replicating Teimouri et al. (2020)
    Martiniano Etchart, University of Wisconsin at Madison
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The effect of racialization on EFL learners’ conceptualizations of the “native speaker” construct
    Furkan Kir, University of Washington
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    The multifunctionality of 'I mean' in classroom discourse and its pedagogical implications
    Marcella Caprario, Northern Arizona University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    Translanguaging and Multilingual Project-based learning: An exploration of Two-way Immersion classrooms
    Jungwon Hyun, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    We didn’t have white students for years: Is dual language immersion a harbinger of gentrification?
    Malik Stevenson, Georgetown University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 1:50 PM
    2:20 PM

    “Don’t make mistakes like mom”: Affect, hardships, and mediated ideologies in family language policy
    Bong-gi Sohn, Simon Fraser University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 1:50 PM - 2:50 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:50 PM

    Multilingual literacy development: Crosslinguistic perspectives and assessment practices
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     1-Hour Colloquium
    Conference - Phipps

  • 1:50 PM - 2:55 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    2:55 PM

    Invited Professional Development Session: HaBilNet: Supporting the well-being of bilingual children and their families through research and outreach
    Annick De Houwer, HaBilNet
    Special Meetings & Events
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 1:50 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    3:30 PM

    Special Session 3: The AAAL Oral History Project
    Farah Akbar, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Laughlin

  • 1:50 PM - 3:50 PM

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Ethical Issues in Applied Linguistics: Engaging with Different Communities
    Research Methodology (REM)     2-Hour Colloquium
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Expanding Understandings of Languaging and Learning: Rethinking Narrow Conceptualizations of Bi/Multilingual Learning/ers
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Resistance as an emerging process: Strategies and practices 
    Invited Colloquium
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 1:50 PM
    3:50 PM

    Twenty-five years of CALL research and practice: From classroom learning to socially inclusive learning ecologies
    Language and Technology (TEC)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 2:25 PM - 2:55 PM

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    "English as a little life vest": Examining world language teacher education using S-STEP and LangCrit
    Christina Dobbs, Boston University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    A critical examination of race in French second language research
    Meike Wernicke, University of British Columbia
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    A proposal for decolonizing language teacher preparation
    Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala, Colorado State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Afro-Latinx (in)visibility: Attitudes and resources for engaging Blackness in Spanish as a Heritage Language Classrooms
    Lauren Miranda, Ohio State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Catalysts of doubt: Investigating youth heritage language learners’ linguistic insecurities and pedagogic methods of reckoning
    Meagan Driver, Michigan State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Challenges of Bi/multilingual AAC Users: A Review
    Wisnu Pradana, University of Georgia
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Elicited imitation as a measure of implicit knowledge of the past tense
    Majid Nikouee, University of Alberta
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    English Language Teaching in a Rural Primary School in China
    Xingtan Cao, University of Ottawa
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Examining the diversity, complexity, and interactional success of student participation in an ESL book group
    Jackie Ridley, Kent State University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Exploiting Technology to Deliver Different Types of Written Corrective Feedback in the Second-Language Writing Classroom
    Marlene Tovar, Arizona State University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Exploring Emotional Engagement among Learners with Foreign Language Anxiety (FLA) in Online Speaking Tasks
    Haydab Almukhaild, University of Leicester/ King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Intradisciplinary variation of passive voice in engineering master's theses
    Edwin Dartey, The Pennsylvania State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Language Ideologies Demonstrated by an English Placement Test for ESL Graduate Students
    Dung (Davy) Tran, The University of Texas at San Antonio
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Linguistics curriculum that meets Indigenous calls for capacity-building
    Josiah Murphy, University of Hawai'i at Manoa: Linguistics Department
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Noun-Noun Compounds: Frequency and Diversity of Semantic Relations
    Megumi Hamada, Ball State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Problematizing Neoliberalism as Primary Driving Force of Chinese DLI Participation Policies
    Vashti Lee, Michigan State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    TBLT and LREs as catalysts of multilingual EFL adolescents' gains in written production skills: an exploratory study
    Maria Vrban Pascual, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Task complexity effects on L2 English rapport building language use and paired speaking test performance
    Tzu-Hua Chen, Concordia University, Montreal
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    Thai Rap Songs Through the World Englishes Approach: Code-Mixing, Code-Switching and Nativization
    Ekkarat Ruanglertsilp, Arizona State University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    [CANCELLED] Tracing Shifts in the Language Ideologies of Bilingual Dual Language Elementary Teacher Candidates
    Patricia Ferreyra, University of Washington
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 2:25 PM
    2:55 PM

    “His Favorite Things Mahi Al-hadia” Social Functions of Code Switching in Bilingual Children’s Conversations
    Muhammad Alasmari, University of Bisha
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Challenging Global North-South inequalities through students’ intercultural exchange
    Magdalena Madany-Saa, Pennsylvania State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Challenging the monolithic dichotomy of native speakers vs. non-native speakers in language teaching
    Farah Akbar, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Epistemological shifts and enduring ideologies of language in a translanguaging project
    Ingrid Beiler, Oslo Metropolitan University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Gaming together and language related episodes: a longitudinal study of L2 beginner learners
    Maria Diez-Ortega, Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Input and output tasks in language learning: Hungarian secondary school EFL teachers’ beliefs and practices
    Brigitta Dóczi, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    L2 complexity in lower-level Russian through register-functional framework
    Aleksey Novikov, Emory University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Language as a vehicle or as a resource? The nature of metalinguistic reflection in a plurilingual consciousness-raising task
    Pierre-Luc Paquet, University of Texas at Tyler
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Leading with Racial Equity through Innovative Teacher Professional Development
    Yilin Sun, Seattle Colleges
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Lessons learned: Pedagogical responses to teaching anti-racism in an ESL class
    Wales Wong, OISE/University of Toronto
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    NNS-NS Interactions in a Real World: Interdependence of Linguistic Structures and Social Interaction
    Qiaona Yu, Wake Forest University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Narrative Tasks in Language Testing: Formatting of Dialogues in the Korean College Scholastic Ability Test
    Haeun Kim, Iowa State University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Navigating curriculum and critique in a community-based heritage language program: A collaborative autoethnography
    Alexandra Reyes, Georgia Southern University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Precarity and playfulness in Aboriginal students translanguaging at school
    Gillian Wigglesworth, University of Melbourne
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Preparing the next-generation teachers: Leveraging immersive virtual reality in teacher training program
    Di Liu, Temple University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Presentation formats for learning L2 Chinese words: Exploring learning outcomes and learner perceptions
    Xuehong He, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Problematizing a proposal in workplace meeting interaction
    Innhwa Park, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Revisiting grammatical complexity in L2 writing via exploratory factor analysis
    Xiaorui Li, Purdue University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    The language barrier of Sweden’s potentially diverse teaching force
    Adrian Lundberg, Malmö University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    Translanguaging an Online Identity: Localized ‘gang cultures’ in social media spaces of the Global South
    Eldin Milak, Sungkyunkwan University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] Individual differences and bilingual sentence processing of the Spanish ser passive: An eye-tracking study
    Gema Lopez Hevia, Texas Tech University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] TESOL teaching practicum online and abroad: Voices from the classroom
    Jelena Colovic-Markovic, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 3:00 PM
    3:30 PM

    “I study English to get good test scores” Investigating English-Language Ideologies of South Korean Education
    Kyungjin Hwang, University of South Carolina
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

  • 3:30 PM
    4:00 PM

    Coffee Break
    Coffee Break
    William Penn - William Penn Ballroom

  • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Accessibility & Accommodation: a case study exploring the role of systemic inequities on heritage language maintenance
    Reda Mohammed, Illinois State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Analysis of second language learners' willingness to communicate through drama
    Florian Hameau, Université du Québec à Montréal
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    As a scholar of: The bundles that academics use when writing for a wider audience
    Jordan Batchelor, Georgia State University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Book Award Winner: How the language and narrative around climate change skepticism became an ideology
    Shondel Nero, AAAL 2022 Book Award Winner, New York University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Award Winners
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Centering multilingual communities of practice in assessment: A language ecology approach
    Angel Arias, Carleton University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Challenges of trilingual assessment: the case of a trilingual child with phonology-based reading difficulties
    Maria Petrescu, Ryerson University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Classroom interaction in EMI high school classes: Do NS teachers of English make a difference?
    Jiangshan An, Purdue University Fort Wayne
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Commodity-centered constructions in study abroad interviews
    Janice McGregor, University of Arizona
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Communication verbs used by Saudi EFL learners and English native speakers: A corpus-based comparative study
    Basim Alamri, King Abdulaziz University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Creativity and Voice in Bilingual Children’s Language Practices
    Pengtong Qu, Butler University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Diagnosing the effects of fillers on L2 listening comprehension
    Nathaniel Carney, Kobe College
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Distinguishing language use among OPI proficiency levels by learners of Mandarin
    Charlene Polio, Michigan State University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    GSA Wilga Rivers Award Winner: “They didn’t know what to do with me”: Observations from the K-16 critical language pipeline
    Elizabeth Huntley, AAAL 2022 GSA Wilga Rivers Award Winner, Michigan State University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Award Winners
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Immigrant Youth’s Narratives of Embracing Change and Resisting Fixed Mindset in Seeking Asset-based Pedagogical Practices
    Hima Rawal, Michigan State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Investigating lexical learning principles in vivo
    Catherine Doughty, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Lexical Bundles in EFL Academic Writing and a Potential L1 Influence in a Developmental Learner Corpus
    Yusuf Öztürk, Mus Alparslan University
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Motivation, Development, and Application of a Revised Framework for Semantic Categories of Content Words in Corpus-Based Academic Writing Research
    Paul Thompson, University of Birmingham, UK
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Nighttime space as a new dimension to examine linguistic landscape: The case of Singapore's Chinatown
    Hui Zhang, Nanyang Technological University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Profiling adult L2 readers: A not-so-simple view of L1 effect
    Xiaomeng Li, Carnegie Mellon University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Student Mentors in Discipline Socialization
    Natalya Watson, Northeastern University of Boston MA
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Parkview East

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Supporting innovation in language education through plurilingual and online action-oriented pedagogies: A mixed-methods study
    Rebecca Schmor, University of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education)
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Teacher emotional readiness and challenges in newly introduced English medium instruction (EMI) schools in Nepal
    Laxmi Ojha, Michigan State University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    The duality of language teaching during COVID-19: When darkness generates light
    Kimberly Morris, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    Understanding Chinese International Students' Translanguaging Practices in a U.S. University
    Zhiwen Song, University of Cincinnati
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 4:00 PM
    4:30 PM

    [CANCELLED] Instructed second language acquisition of agreement asymmetries in Arabic
    Mahmoud Azaz, University of Arizona
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • 4:00 PM
    5:00 PM

    Engaging diverse spatial and temporal contexts to understand identity and (trans)nationalism in literacy practice: Chronotopic perspectives
    Language and Technology (TEC)     1-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 4:35 PM - 5:05 PM

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Automatic analysis of discourse features in university writing across genres and levels: A Systemic Functional approach to Theme analysis
    Masaki Eguchi, University of Oregon
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Background factors shaping EFL teachers' cognitions and practices of corrective feedback on pronunciation errors
    Payam Rahmati, Oklahoma State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Building communities through exterior schoolscapes and their surrounding neighbourhood linguistic landscapes
    Nancy Liu, University of Calgary
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Effects of Sociophonetic Variability on L2 German Vocabulary Learning
    Friederike Fichtner, California State University, Chico
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Enhancing Creative Pedagogy through Creative Drama Course
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Examining K-12 Students’ Progress in Learning Spanish Through a Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study
    Claudia Willis, Maclay School
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Exploring the relationship between outsourced call center agents’ L2 pronunciation and their job performance
    Aki Tsunemoto, Concordia University, Montreal
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Lawrence Welk

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Form-Meaning Mapping Transparency as Modulating Factors for EI Effectiveness
    Goretti Prieto Botana, University of Southern California
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    How to Focus on Form in Task-Based Pedagogy
    Shaoyan Qi, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Ideologies, embodiment and the politics of language standardization
    Dris Soulaimani, San Diego State University
    Language and Ideology (LID)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Impact of College-level World Language Educators’ Backgrounds on Their Perceptions of Emergency Remote Language Teaching
    Li Jin, DePaul University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Mixed-methods Social Network Analysis casts new light on Study Abroad SLA
    Michal B. Paradowski, Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Out-of-classroom vocabulary learning: The effects of digital activities and lexical proficiency
    Batia Laufer, University of Haifa
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Three Rivers

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Predictors of EFL reading comprehension: A longitudinal study with learners from grade 9 to 11
    Junko Yamashita, Nagoya University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Putting Blackness at Risk, Leaving Blackness in Suspense
    Justin Pannell, University of Pennsylvania
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference B

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Reflectiveness in L2 Teacher Candidates’ Written Self-Assessments of Teaching Performance
    Nancy Drescher, Minnesota State University, Mankato
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Situating Race and Ideology in Pre-Service Language Education
    Curtis Green-Eneix, Michigan State University
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Study abroad program features as predictors of long-term foreign language use among U.S.-based alumni
    Celeste Kinginger, The Pennsylvania State University
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Teaching 21st century skills through LGBTQ+ inclusive pedagogies
    Deniz Ortactepe, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Theories of L2 past tense-aspect acquisition reconsidered: A corpus-based approach
    Sophia Minnillo, University of California Davis
    Corpus Linguistics (COR)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Whose agenda is it anyway? Student and teacher practices for co-creating cohesion in classroom interaction
    Elizabeth Reddington, Kean University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    Written in Sticks and Stones: Reading the Linguistic Landscape of a Swiss Alpine Village
    Rebecca Garvin, University of Tennessee, Southern
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    [CANCELLED] L1 as a resource in multilingual writing courses: Design experiments
    Naseh Nasrollahi Shahri, San Diego State University
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Roundtable Discussion
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 4:35 PM
    5:05 PM

    [CANCELLED] Languaging as evidenced through formulaic sequences
    Timothy Hall, University of Pennsylvania
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 5:30 PM - 6:35 PM

  • 5:30 PM
    6:35 PM

    Plenary - Hossein Nassaji: Current advances in instructed SLA: Issues and challenges
    Hossein Nassaji, University of Victoria
    Plenary
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM

  • 7:30 AM
    11:30 AM

    Registration
    Registration
    17th Floor - Registration Desk

  • 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Assigning Appropriate Pause Thresholds in Second Language Speech Research
    Romy Ghanem, University of Memphis
    Phonology/Phonetics and Oral Communication (POC)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Carnegie III

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Children’s Linguistic Rights – An Imagined World View for Mehmet and other Multilingual Children
    Kadir Karakaya, Iowa State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Co-constructing learning-oriented assessments for advanced less commonly taught language learners in higher education 
    Koen Van Gorp, Michigan State University
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Comparing direct and indirect synchronous feedback during on-line collaborative task: Learning grammar and learner perceptions
    Sanghee Kang, Georgia State University
    Second Language Acquisition, Language Acquisition, and Attrition (SLA)     Individual Paper
    Mezzanine - Bob and Dolores Hope

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Developing Language Teacher Understandings of Cultural and Linguistic Identities via SFL
    Francis Troyan, The Ohio State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference A

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Embodied Systemic Functional Linguistics and Disciplinarity in Youth and Teacher Education
    Kate Batson, The University of Georgia
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Oliver

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Examiner judgments of collocational proficiency in L2 English learners’ writing
    Ben Naismith, University of Pittsburgh
    Vocabulary and Lexical Studies (VOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Mount Lebanon

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Halt vs. Hold: How Gestures Safeguard Contiguity
    Hansun Waring, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Language teacher wellbeing across the career trajectory
    Giulia Sulis, University of Graz
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Phipps

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Learner-centered design of digital L2 writing assessment tools: Applying the SCALE framework to genre-based AWE
    Stephanie Link, Oklahoma State University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Patterns of Language Use and Language Maintenance by Haitian immigrants in Chicago
    Johnny Laforet, Princeton University
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Sky

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Revisiting Learning without Awareness with Academic and Non-Academic Samples: An Individual Differences Study
    Kathy Kim, Boston University
    Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Vandergrift

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Schisming: Designedly Private Public Exchanges in Co-teaching
    Allison King, Teachers College, Columbia University
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Greene / Franklin

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    The Effects of Explicit Instruction before Post-Reading Tasks on Developing Child EFL Learners’ Grammatical Knowledge
    Yoojin Chung, University College London, Institute of Education
    Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy (PED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Anchor

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    The role of writing motivation, anxiety and self-efficacy in digital versus pen-and-paper writing
    Olena Vasylets, University of Barcelona
    Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Churchill

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Training needs of remote teachers of commonly and less commonly-taught languages
    Rebecca Damari, National Foreign Language Center, University of Maryland
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Unpacking the positioning of being “disengaged” and "disrespectful" in class: International students’ navigation of institutional and interactional university norms
    Wendy Li, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 8:00 AM
    8:30 AM

    Vocabulary selection in the L2 Spanish classroom: Teachers’ beliefs and reported practices
    Pablo Robles-García, University of Toronto, Mississauga
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Decolonial research to applied linguistics: A Southern Epistemologies perspective
    Antiracism, Decolonization, and Intersectionality for Systemic Transformation (ADIST)     2-Hour Colloquium
    1st Floor - Oakmont

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    English-medium instruction and translanguaging: Global perspectives
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     2-Hour Colloquium
    1st Floor - Shadyside

  • 8:00 AM
    10:00 AM

    Multilingual families in times of reckoning and change: Global South and Global North perspectives
    Language Maintenance and Revitalization (LMR)     2-Hour Colloquium
    17th Floor - Urban

  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    12:00 PM

    Family Resting Area
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Indiana

  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    4:30 PM

    Lactation Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Jefferson

  • 8:00 AM
    4:30 PM

    Prayer Room
    Prayer / Family Resting and Lactation Rooms
    17th Floor - Bedford

  • 8:00 AM - 5:05 PM

  • 8:00 AM
    5:05 PM

    Conference Connections: Mentor-mentee meeting space
    Bethany Gray, Iowa State University
    Special Meetings & Events
    Conference - Heinz

  • 8:35 AM - 9:05 AM

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    A Linguistic and Perceptive Analysis of Cover Letters from the Register Approach
    Seda Acikara, Northern Arizona University
    Sociolinguistics (SOC)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Sewickley

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    A sojourning multilingual child’s sense-making and family involvement in a science museum
    Minseok Choi, The Ohio State University
    Bilingual, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (BIH)     Individual Paper
    1st Floor - Fox Chapel

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Assessing the speaking proficiency outcomes of online and face-to-face intensive U.S. summer programs in less commonly taught languages
    Dianna Murphy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Assessment and Evaluation (ASE)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Grand Ballroom

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Automated Content-Based Classification of Argumentative Components in Student Essays
    Qian Wan, Georgia State University
    Language and Technology (TEC)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Monongahela

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Challenging the monolingual bias and empowering plurilingual voices: A multilingual study with the PluriDigit project
    Faith Marcel, Niagara College / Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
    Educational Linguistics (EDU)     Individual Paper
    Conference C

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Collaborative Autoethnography Toward Inclusion and Equity in Knowledge Construction
    Seonhee Cho, College of Mount Saint Vincent
    Research Methodology (REM)     Individual Paper
    Conference - Frick

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Constructing disciplinary expertise in peer socialization among undergraduate physics students in ITA-led socialization activities
    Yi-Ju Lai, University of Minnesota
    Language, Culture, and Socialization (LCS)     Individual Paper
    William Penn - Sternwheeler

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    EFL teachers’ beliefs and practices on incidental corrective feedback treatment of formulaic vs. non-formulaic errors
    Leila Gholami, Arizona State University
    Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)     Individual Paper
    Conference D

  • 8:35 AM
    9:05 AM

    Emergence of Knowledge-Testing Questions in Korean Political Campaign Debates
    Eun Young Bae, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center
    Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)     Individual Paper
    17th Floor - Allegheny