AccueilRevisiting advanced varieties in L2 learning / Retour aux variétés avancées dans l’acquisition d’une langue seconde

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Publié le mardi 13 septembre 2005 par Natalie Petiteau

Résumé

Annonce

The present workshop aims at:

1. Clarifying the concept of ‘advanced learner’. What is it? How does it relate to ‘native speaker’ or ‘near-native speaker’ How does advancement translate in terms of, for e.g., mental representations of formal features, or in terms of sociolinguistic and pragmatic knowledge?

2, Providing new evidence for the understanding of advanced varieties in areas such as lexical development, nominal and verbal morphology; mood, tense and aspect; syntax; discursive, sociolinguistic or pragmatic competence etc… on the basis of the various approaches.

The workshop will focus in the first instance on L2 French but contributions on other languages are more than welcome, be it the studies of other Romance Languages, contrastive studies or studies that provide general insight into advanced varieties.

Practical Information

Abstract deadline: 31st January 2006

Language: English or French

Proposal: Anonymous abstract of max. 400 words sent as an attachment (word Document) to an email message containing the author’s name and affiliation, and the title.

Submission: ²²Send all proposal to e.labeau@aston.ac.uk

Organisers: Prof. Florence Myles, Newcastle University

Dr Emmanuelle Labeau, Aston University

Catégories

Lieux

  • Birmingham, Grande-Bretagne

Dates

  • mardi 31 janvier 2006

Fichiers attachés

Contacts

  • Dr. Emmanuelle Labeau
    courriel : e [dot] labeau [at] aston [dot] ac [dot] uk
  • Prof. Florence Myles
    courriel : Florence [dot] Myles [at] ncl [dot] ac [dot] uk

Source de l'information

  • Emmanuel Defay
    courriel : emmanuel [dot] defay [at] univ-lyon2 [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Revisiting advanced varieties in L2 learning / Retour aux variétés avancées dans l’acquisition d’une langue seconde », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mardi 13 septembre 2005, http://calenda.org/190481