Plurilingual Lab at the 2019 AAAL 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

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