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MA Project Symposia 2019

LTS 2019 Final Presentations Schedule

All presentations will be held in 175 McKenzie, the main room in the Yamada Language Center (bottom floor)

All presentations will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes of questions & discussion. 

Wednesday, August 7

Student name

Project title

Presentation time

Brittany Parham

Waat nam páwiiwapiitatax̱nay? Would you please help me? Reclaiming Request Interactions in the Yakima Ichishkíin Language.

   1pm-1:30pm

Jesus Napancca Herrera

A Intensive Spanish for Specific Purposes Course Design for Travelers in Cusco, Peru

   1:35-2:05pm

Shayleen Eaglespeaker 

Kiksht Revitalization Materials: Using Linguistic Documents and a Digital Platform to Learn and Teach a Sleeping Language

  2:10-2:40pm

break  break break

Alina Chen

Using Metacognitive Strategies to Support Vocabulary Development of Chinese learners

3pm-3:30pm

Leila Tamini-Lichaei

Materials for Teaching Pragmatics of the Persian Language to Heritage Speakers

3:35-4:05pm

[NO PRESENTATIONS Thursday August 8]

Friday, August 9

Yang Li

Building Learner Agency Through Problem-solving Tasks and Collaborative Learning in a Private High School CFL Class

   1pm-1:30pm

Zuxuan Ni

Developing Integrated Four Skills: A Theme-based and Authentic-material-incorporated Course Design for CFL Middle-school Students in the US

   1:35-2:05pm

Jenny Korecki

EFL College English Writing for Multi-level Students: Incorporating Differentiated Activities with Process Writing Strategies

   2:10-2:40pm

 

break  break break

Tera Reid-Olds

Preparing ESL Students for American University Literature Courses: A Materials Portfolio

   3pm-3:30pm

Jasmine Li

Integrating the Use of Modified and Authentic Literature to Develop Extensive Reading Skills for Young Adult EFL Learners in China

   3:35-4:05pm

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