AAAL 2019 Conference

Members of Plurilingual Lab presented three research papers at the American Association for Applied Linguistics conference, in Atlanta GA, March 9–12. Check out their papers:

Examining translanguaging as pedagogy for vocabulary development: A mixed methods study with multilingual EAP students in a Canadian university, Angelica Galante

Addressing  writer’s challenges in read-to-write tasks, Heike Neumann

Developing an implementing a new pedagogical framework: data from plurilingual action-oriented scenarios in North American language classrooms, Enrica Piccardo and Kimberly Cho (OISE/University of Toronto, Sara Potkonjak (York University) and Angelica Galante (Concordia University)

Check some highlights of the conference in our Facebook Page:

These are a few highlights of this year's AAAL conference in the city of Atlanta, US. Many presentations on plurilingual…

Posted by Plurilingual Lab on Wednesday, March 13, 2019