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The Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI)

 

2016-2017

 

King, A. (2017, March). A tale of two teachers: Negotiating interactional tension in co-teaching. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL): Portland, OR.

 

Lo, C. H. Y. (2017, July). Doing solidarity: Storytellings in L2 conversation groups. Paper presented at the 18th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA): Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

 

Reddington, E., Clemente, I., Waring, H. Z., & Yu, D. (2017, July). Doing being good listeners, experts, and peers: Participants’ positioning work in Q&A sessions. Paper presented at International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA): Belfast, UK.

 

Reddington, E., Yu, D., & Tadic, N. (2017, March). A tale of two tasks: How a teacher’s interactional practices shape opportunities for learning through story-telling. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Portland, OR.

 

Song, G. (2017, June). Shifting to panmal in a formal setting of radio talk shows. Paper presented at the 20th Biennial Meeting of the International Circle of Korean Linguistics (ICKL20). Helsinki, Finland. 

 

Song, G. & Takahashi, J. (2017, March). The use of unattached NPs in conversational and institutional storytelling. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Portland, OR. 

 

Tadic, N. (2017, July). Striving for learner autonomy within institutional binds. Paper presented at the 18th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA): Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

Tadic, N., Reddington, E., & Waring, H. Z. (2017, April). Learner knowledge as a resource in TBLT instruction. Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT): Barcelona, Spain.

 

Tadic, N., & Box, C. (2017, March). Side sequences as spaces for validating and promoting learner engagement. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL): Portland, OR.

 

Tadic, N. (2016, November). “My brain hurts”: When task and lifeworlds collide. Paper presented at the National Communication Association (NCA): Philadelphia, PA.

 

Tadic, N. (2016, October). Incorporating learner interests into the classroom: A local accomplishment. Paper presented at Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI): Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY.

Waring, H. Z., & Yu, D. (2017, July). Crying as an action-oriented resource in parent-child interaction. Paper presented at International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA): Belfast, UK.

 

Waring, H. Z., & Carpenter, L. (2017, March). Gaze shifts as a resource for managing attention and participation. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL): Portland, OR.

 

Yu, D. (2017, March). 'You need to call him sister!’: Doing gender in comedic talk Show interviews. Poster presentation at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference (AAAL), Portland, OR.

 

Yu, D., & Carpenter, L. (2017, July). Computer mediated collaborative word searches in online language tutoring. Paper presented at the 2017 IIEMCA conference, Otterbein University, Westerville, OH.

 

 

2015-2016

 

Box, C. (2016, April). Navigating competing demands in pre-service ESL teacher training. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Box, C., Creider, S., & Waring, H. Z. (2016, July). Gesture as a resource for multitasking in the discourse of teaching and learning. Poster presented at Seventh Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS): Gesture – Creativity – Multimodality, Paris, France.

 

Creider, S. (2016, April). Beyond questions: Making space for student participation without teacher-fronted questions. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Carpenter, L. (2016, April). Functions of teacher gaze within a K-12 English as a second language tutoring session. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Lo, C. (2016, July). Group work in ESL classrooms: How learners accomplish alignment and affiliation through gestures. Paper presented at the Seventh Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS): Gesture – Creativity – Multimodality, Paris, France.    

Lo, H. (2015, April). An LOA approach to understanding the nature of peer assessment and learning in group discussion. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Messerli, T. & Yu, D. (2016, June). Multimodal Construction of Soccer-Related Humor on Twitter and Instagram. Paper presented at the conference The Beautiful Game: The Poetics and Aesthetics of Soccer in Transnational Perspectives, University of Basel, Switzerland.

 

Reddington, E. (2016, April). “I’m gonna stop you here”: Managing extended student tellings in whole-class interaction. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Song, G., & Takahashi, J. (2016, April). Selective use of speech levels in performing facework: a comparative study of Korean and Japanese. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Tadic, N. (2016, April).  "Be a Woman!"-membership categorization in interaction. Roundtable discussion presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Takahashi, J., & Song, G. (2016, March). An ethnomethodological perspective on Asian students’ silence in English-speaking classrooms. Paper presented at the NYS-TESOL Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (ALWC), New York, NY.

 

Takahashi, J., & Song, G. (2016, April). Patterns of grabbing the floor by East-Asian and native English speaking students: A study of participation issues in a graduate level American classroom. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

Waring, H. Z., & Yu, D. (2016, April). Crying as a child resource for renegotiating a ‘done deal’. Paper to be presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL.

 

2014-2015

 

Creider, S., Box, C., & Waring, H. Z. (2015, June). Engaging the body in navigating the competing demands in educational contexts. Paper to be presented at Revisiting Participation: Language and Body in Interaction: Basel, Switzerland.

 

Liu, H. H-T., Suzuki, M., & Klungtvedt, M. (2015, March). Profiling L2 learners' pragmatic development through a computerized workplace English speaking test. Paper to be presented at AAAL/ACLA 2015: Toronto, Canada.  

 

Lo, C. H. Y. (2014, Oct). Turn-initial yeah in L2 speakers’ speech: A routine token for not-so-routine interactional project. Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI). Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, USA.

 

Lo, C. H. Y., & Stabler-Havener, M. (2015, April). An LOA approach to understanding the nature of peer assessment and learning in group discussion. Paper to be presented at the 60th Annual Conference for the International Linguistics Association (ILA): New York, USA.

Luvera DelPrete, D. (February, 2015). Negotiating topic boundaries and reaffirming roles: An exploration of mother-adolescent daughter discourse. Paper presented at the University of Texas Graduate Student Conference in Linguistics & TESOL: Arlington, Texas.

 

Luvera DelPrete, D., & Johnson, R (July, 2015). Negotiating topic boundaries and reaffirming roles within the family context: An exploration of mother-daughter discourse. Paper to be presented at 14th International Pragmatics Conference: Antwerp, Belgium.

 

Tadic, N., Reddington, E., & Waring, H. Z. (2015, August). Responding to student initiatives and challenges in the language classroom. Paper to be presented at the International Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA) Conference: Kolding, Denmark.

 

Takahashi, J. (2015, March). Employing students’ L1 projectability and interactional pattern as teacher turn-taking strategies: A study of an advanced ESL classroom interaction. Paper presented at NYS TESOL ALWC: New York, USA.

 

Takahashi, J. (2015, April). Investigating the mutual influence between East Asian and native speaker students of English: A study of interactional patterns in a graduate-level American classroom. Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference for the International Linguistics Association (ILA): New York, USA.

 

Takahashi, J. (2015, June). Teacher turn-taking strategies in an ESL classroom: The influence of students’ L1 projectability and interactional pattern. Paper to be presented at Revisiting Participation: Language and Body in Interaction: Basel, Switzerland.

 

Takahashi, J. (2015, July). Investigating participation behavior in a graduate-level American classroom: A mutual effect between East-Asian and native-English-speaking students. Paper to be presented at the 17th Annual Conference for the Japanese Society of Language Sciences (JSLS): Oita, Japan.

 

Waring, H. Z., Reddington, E., & Tadic, N. (2015, July). Maintaining control without undermining participation in the language classroom. Paper to be presented at the 14th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA): Antwerp, Belgium.

 

Yu, D. (2015, June). Celebrity Interviews in Chinese: Adversarialness and Neutralism in a Humorous Frame. Individual paper accepted by the 27th Conference of the International Society for Humor Studies (ISHS), Oakland, CA.

 

Yu, D. (2015, July). Multimodal management of turn-taking in presidential debates. Individual lecture accepted by the 14th IPrA conference: Antwerp, Belgium.

 

 

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