CALS Annual Research Day

CALS Annual Research Day

CALS Annual Research Day
24th May 2018
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9.30 SESSION 1:  PLURLINGUALISM AND LANGUAGE POLICY 
Cassie Smith-Christmas: Perspectives on Family Language Policy in Scotland and Ireland 
Maggie Bonsey: Designing the #AnKlondike Fandom: A Case for the Role of Twitter in Minority Language Revitalisation
Máiréad Moriarty: Language teacher education and the potential for research collaboration in Latin America and the Middle East
 
 
 
11.00 SESSION 2: DISCOURSE, SOCIETY AND IDENTITY
CALS KEYNOTE: Inga Ghutidze: Georgians in Turkey - Ethnic and Language Identity
Henry Silke and Maria Rieder: Thomas Piketty in the News: A Critical Corpus Analysis of Representation of a ‘Celebrity Economist’.
 
12.10 SESSION 3: NEW ENVIRONMENTS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING
Stéphanie O’Riordan: What “should” happen in a language class? A corpus-based analysis of secondary level Inspectorate reports on French, German, Irish and Spanish teaching  in Ireland
Marta Giralt and Florence Le Baron-Earle: Cultivating diversity among European refuge/es and HE students with the Erasmus + Virtual Exchange (EVE) programme
Marta Giralt and Silvia Benini: Using Flipped learning in Languages, Culture and Society Education: preliminary results from a Spanish Culture Studies Module 
Deirdre Ní Loingsigh: Knowledge for Change Hub (UL Submission)
 
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