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SLWIS Special Sessions

SLWIS Special Sessions

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Description of two intersections at TESOL 2009: SLWIS with NNEST and SLWIS with Applied Linguistics
Description of two intersections at TESOL 2009: SLWIS with NNEST and SLWIS with Applied Linguistics

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NNEST and Second Language Writing Intersection Strangers Here Ourselves: How NNESTs Work with Multilingual Writers

Friday, March 27, 2009 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM, Colorado Convention Center, Room 706 For years NNESTs have taught writing, but how do NNESTs work with multilingual writers? Presenters consider issues of “accent” in multilingual writing, how NNESTs manage teaching composition classes with both native and nonnative speakers, NNESTs mentoring multilingual writers, NNESTs teach writing in EFL contexts, and the “hauntedness” of nonnative writing. Jun Liu, “Beyond NNESTs” Icy Lee, “How NNESTs Teach Writing in EFL Contexts: Issues in EFL Writing Teachers” Lucie Moussu, “NNES Tutors Supporting Second Language Writers outside the Classroom” Luciana de Oliveira, “NNESTs Mentoring Multilingual Writers: Issues and Strategies” Ryuko Kubota, “Hauntedness of Nonnative Writing

A morning of Second Language Writing…
Join the SLWIS on Saturday morning for two special sessions.
Second Language Writing and Applied Linguistics Intersection Writing across the Curriculum and Applied Linguistics: Research and Practice
Saturday, March 28, 2009 7:00-8:45 AM, Colorado Convention Center, Room 706 This session highlights the rich connections between applied linguistics and writing across the curriculum. Presenters will explore the ways in which genre research can inform the teaching of academic writing and will share an in-depth example of cross-disciplinary collaboration in the development of a disciplinary writing course. • • Ken Hyland, “Teaching Genre in the Disciplines – How Applied Linguistics Can Help” Fredricka Stoller, “Write Like a Chemist: Drawing on Applied Linguistics Research”

Second Language Writing IS Academic Session “Contexts of Second Language Writing”
Saturday, March 28, 2009 10:00 AM – 12:45 PM, Colorado Convention Center, Room 707 This academic session explores the relationships among the many contexts of second language writing. After an overview of “context” in L2 writing, presenters will share research within specific settings, probing some of the major issues at play in elementary schools, secondary schools, and U.S. and EFL higher education. • • • • • • Lourdes Ortega, “’Context’ in L2 Writing Pedagogy and Research: Emergent and Dynamic Meg Gebhard, “Systemic Functional Linguistics, Teachers’ Professional Development, and ELLs’ Academic Literacy Practices in the Context of high-stakes School Reform” Youngjoo Li, “L2 Writing in High school” Ilona Leki, “L2 Writing in U.S. Higher Education” Miyuki Sasaki, “L2 Writing in EFL Higher Education” Response by Paul Kei Matsuda

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