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Looking at language acquisition

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Essex-Cambridge PhD Workshop

11-11.30

Rowena Bermingham (Cambridge)

Do you see what I see? An insight into motion events through sign language

11.30-12

Maria Kunevich (Cambridge)

Acquisition of Information Structure: the case of focus marking

12-12.30

Nikola Vuković (Cambridge)

Motor cortical oscillations change as a function of language and semantics in bilinguals: an event-related desynchronisation study

12.30-13-30

LUNCH

13.30-14

Luis Humberto Rodríguez Silva (Essex)

Learning difficulty, explicit and implicit knowledge of L2 English grammar: A study with L1 Spanish adult learners in Mexico

14-14.30

Lydia Vinals-Castonguay (Cambridge)

Implicit learning of a natural syntactic rule

14.30-14.45

COFFEE BREAK

14.45-15.15

Christina Gkonou (Essex)

Writing anxiety in second language acquisition

15.15-15.45

Celia Antoniou (Essex)

Scaffolding understanding at a conceptual level in an L2 academic context: A socio-cultural theory (SCT) approach

15.45-16

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