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8:30-9:25 REGISTRATION

9:25-9:30 CONFERENCE OPENING


9:30-10:30 ROOM 2.21
Dr Elaine Lopez, Newcastle University Linguistic Theory and the Second Language Classroom

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

DISCOURSE PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION


ROOM 2.20 ROOM 2.21 ROOM 2.22 PYBUS ROOM
Session 1 Language use in media regarding the Acoustically Identifying Plosives' The Disappearance of the Third The Relationship between
10:30-11:00 tragedy of MH370: A keyword Place of Articulation Distal Demonstrative in English Phonological Awareness and
analysis between Malaysia and British Spelling Acquisition of Arabic-
news reports Daniel McCarthy Vanja Vasiljevic English Speaking Children in the UK
Newcastle University Northumbria University
Theng Theng Ong Sahar Alkaab
Northumbria University Newcastle University
Session 2 Investigating multi-voicedness in the Fronting in the Toon? Evidence of Disappearing words: factors The role of working memory
11:00-11:30 gendered discourses of Twitter- /u/-fronting in North East England affecting word obsolescence in capacity and type of instruction in
hashtagged debates about Saudi- English the development of explicit and
womens issues Jasmine Warburton implicit knowledge of L2 English
Newcastle University Alison Aspin articles
Lubna Mohammed Bahammam Newcastle University
University of Reading Irina Tomak
University of Essex
Session 3 A critical discourse analysis of the A quantitative analysis of intra CONVERSATION ANALYSIS Has your sense of humour
12:00-12:30 institutional psychiatric discourse: and inter-speaker variation of f- ROOM 2.22 changed? Humour appreciation
Attention/Deficit Hyperactivity pattern, speaking rate, vowel Learning in a Self-Organised and communication among Chinese
Disorder as case study length and aspects of consonant Learning Environment (SOLE): A users of L2 English
production from soft to loud conversation analytic approach
Sara Vilar Lluch speech in Italian Xuemei Chen
The University of East Anglia Yang Du Birkbeck, University of London
Massimiliano Canzi Newcastle University
University of York
12:30-13:00 POSTER SESSION

13:00-13:30 LUNCH BREAK


13:30-14:30 ROOM 2.21
Professor John Joseph, University of Edinburgh "How Languages Get (and Lose) their Mojo"

SOCIOLINGUISTICS SYNTAX CONVERSATION ANALYSIS EFL TEACHING


ROOM 2.20 ROOM 2.21 ROOM 2.22 PYBUS ROOM
Session 4 The Conservation of Wenzhou Dialect Intervention effects in embedded Advice in supervising Variability and Stability in EFL
14:30 under the Influence of Mandarin clauses in Jordanian Arabic undergraduates: a conversation Learners Willingness to
15:00 analytic study Communicate
Qi Dai Marwan Jarrah
Beijing Forestry University/ Birkbeck, Newcastle University Marion West Jiayi Zhang
University of London University of Wolverhampton Durham University

Session 5 Lexis-Oriented Sociolinguistics: Rejecting Optional Wh-movement DISCOURSES IN EDUCATION Exploring the pedagogy of
15:30-16:00 Methodological, Theoretical, and in Colloquial Singapore English ROOM 2.22 pronunciation training using CAPT
Analytical Foundations The Discourse of Careers Experts technology in the EFL classroom
Yingjie Lan in UK University Websites: A environment: Case study of first
Rhys Sandow University of Cambridge corpus-based critical discourse year EFL university students in
University of Sussex analysis Algeria

Maria Fotiadou Moustafa Amrate


University of Sunderland University of York
Session 6 Syrian refugees in the UK: the journey A Variational Model of Root Mixed Messages for Teachers? A An analysis of L2 pragmatic
16:00-16:30 of linguistic and socio-cultural identity Infinitives During Language Discourse Analysis of Government competence development: The
construction Acquisition Secondary English Documentation case of Saudi and Chinese EFL
Using Corpus Linguistics Methods learners
Amina Al-Dhaif Callum Hackett
Northumbria University Newcastle University Babette Verhoeven Marzouq Alsulayyi
University of Huddersfield Anglia Ruskin University
16:30- 17:30 ROOM 2.21
Professor Paul Baker, Lancaster University Beyond the checkbox: understanding what patients say in online feedback

17:3017:40 CONFERENCE CLOSING

18:0019:45 OPTIONAL DINNER AT OTTOMAN TURKISH RESTAURANT

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