CeLM Seminars: developmental disorders

Chancellor's Building, Room G04 Whiteknights Campus

'Can people with developmental disorders function successfully as bilinguals?' Napoleon Katsos, University of Cambridge

Linking Formal Instruction with Second Language Processing

Nike Lecture Theatre, Agriculture Building Agriculture Building, Whiteknights Campus, Earley Gate

Linking Formal Instruction with Second Language Processing: A Meta-analysis of Processing Instruction Research (1993-2016) By Michael J. Leeser, Florida State University (USA) Almost 25 years ago, VanPatten and Cadierno (1993)...Read More >

CeLM Seminar Series

Chancellor's Building, Room G04 Whiteknights Campus

‘Fine-grained patterns of language use contribute to variance in bilingual language processing.’ Joanna John, University of Reading 3-4.15pm ‘Effect of socio-economic status on cognitive control in non-literate bilingual speakers.’ Dr...Read More >

CeLM Week Public Lecture

Professor Rhona Stainthorp will be giving a public lecture about multilingual literacy development. The event, hosted by the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism (CeLM), aims to raise awareness of the...Read More >

Workshop: Bi-/Multilingualism and the Declining Brain

This free event will look into contemporary suggestions about the neuroprotective effects of bi-/multilingualism against brain decline in healthy and patient populations. It will bring together early career and established researchers...Read More >

CeLM Seminar – ‘ Speaking foreign languages from the heart ‘

Edith Morley, Room 127 Whiteknights Campus, University of Reading, Reading, Berkshire

 by           Jon Andoni Duñabeitia (BCBL) http://www.bcbl.eu/people/staff/jon-andoni-dunabeitia/ Date                     Tues 14th November 2017 Time                     16h15 – 17h15 Venue                  Edith Morley 127 Native languages are typically acquired in emotionally neutral academic environments....Read More >