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Brown Bag Presentations
The web journal sponsors an average of two Brown Bag Lunch Presentation per academic year. The series showcases dissertation research and research-in-process conducted by current or former students and faculty members of the TESOL and Applied Linguistics programs at Teachers College, Columbia University, with a view to furthering our effort to promote dissemination of research. In offering presentations of interest to academics and professionals In TESOL and applied linguistics, the journal seeks to provide a focal point for exchanging state-of-the-art scholarly and empirical insights, not only in print but also via real-time, personal interactions.
Brianna Avenia-Tapper - "The Relationship Between Academic Language and Expert Positioning: An instructional Intervention"
Cate Crosby - "How do I respond?": An Examination of Second Language Writing Teacher Candidates' Responses to Multilingual Student Writers."
Domenica Luvera DelPrete - "Mother-Adolescent Daughter Interaction: How Matrenal Roles Affect Discursive Outcomes"
Hoa Nguyen - "Formulaic Sequences at Your Beck and Call: The Idiom Principle and Second Language Instruction"
Beth Clark-Gareca - "'Sometimes a F+ is good': Elementary English Language Learners and Classroom Content Tests"
K. Philip Choong - "The Effects of Task Complexity on Written Production in L2 English"
Luciana de Oliveira - "Reading, Writing, and Talking Science with English Learners"
Monika Ekiert - "Between Grammar and Pragmatics: Article Use in L2 English"