CeLM Seminer Series

100 Chancellor's Building Whiteknights, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom

Asymmetries in phonological representation and processing Adhiti Lahiri (Oxford University) The speaker-listener interaction is problematic since pronunciation of words is inevitably variable. No word is ever uttered in an identical fashion even by the same speaker. Models of word recognition vary in their assumptions about how words are represented in the mental lexicon, how much […]

CeLM Seminar Series

HumSS 128 Edith Morley Building, University of Reading, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom

" A Cantonese AphasiaBank with multi-faceted and multi-modal annotation of linguistic and gestural information of aphasic narratives: A database to facilitate cross-linguistic studies" Anthony Pak Hin Kong, University of Central Florida

CeLM Seminar Series

Palmer 105 Whiteknights Campus, United Kingdom

"Intergenerational language attrition and loss in bilingual families in Europe: A threat to Harmonious Bilingual Development." Annick De Houwer, University of Erfurt

CeLM Seminar Series

Chancellors Building G.04 Whiteknights Campus, United Kingdom

"Bilingual reference production: A multifactorial approach." Jacopo Torregrossa, University of Hamburg

CeLM Seminar Series

L022-103 London Road London Road Campus, Reading, United Kingdom

Development of a vocabulary screener for young children speaking multiple languages  by Dr Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Dept of Education, University of York   The number of children in UK primary schools learning English as an additional language is growing. A consistent achievement gap is found in national assessments of language and literacy between children learning EAL […]

CeLM Seminars

L022-103 London Road London Road Campus, Reading, United Kingdom

Forum - Language teaching and learning Discussions on issues related to language teaching and learning with the aim to bring together language practitioners at ISLI and CeLM members who do research on language acquisition, identify research agendas from the language teaching and learning perspective, link theory to practice and foster collaboration within CeLM.

CeLM Seminars: developmental disorders

Chancellors Building G.04 Whiteknights Campus, United Kingdom

'Can people with developmental disorders function successfully as bilinguals?' Napoleon Katsos, University of Cambridge

CeLM Seminars: deaf children

Chancellors Building G.04 Whiteknights Campus, United Kingdom

‘How do you read a language you can’t hear? Insights into literacy from children who are deaf.’ Mairead McSweeney, University College London

CeLM Seminar Series

Chancellors Building G.04 Whiteknights Campus, United Kingdom

‘Fine-grained patterns of language use contribute to variance in bilingual language processing.’ Joanna John, University of Reading 3-4.15pm ‘Effect of socio-economic status on cognitive control in non-literate bilingual speakers.’ Dr […]

Bi/Multilingualism and the History of Language Learning and Teaching

University of Reading

HoLLTnet international meeting: 'Bi/Multilingualism and the History of Language Learning and Teaching' University of Reading, United Kingdom, 6-7 July 2018 HoLLTnet (www.hollt.net) is a Research Network of AILA (L'Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée). The Research Network was founded in 2015 to stimulate research into the history of language learning and teaching within applied linguistics internationally. […]