Leo van Lier Research Workshop
Date: 29 June 2011 Time: 10.00 am -12.00 pm
Venue: Bowland North SR 6
Workshop title: The study of classroom interaction as a key to pedagogical understandings.
Leo is Professor at the Monterey Institute for International Studies, Editor of Modern Language Journal, and a distinguished alumnus of the Department of Linguistics and English Language. He is well known for his pioneering work in the use of socio-cultural theory and conversation analysis for the study and development of language teaching.
Time & place: 10-12.00 pm, Bowland North Seminar Room 6
To reserve a place, please email to Xingchao Hu (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday27 June.
- How far and in what ways can Conversation Analysis help teachers and students understand and improve their talks with each other?
- What is the place of interactional data analysis in applied linguistics generally, and teacher development in particular?
Who can attend: Anyone
Associated staff: Martin Bygate
Organising departments and research centres: Lancaster Literacy Research Centre, Linguistics and English Language, Second Language Learning and Teaching Research Group (SLLAT)