Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL at Teachers College, CU

Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL at Teachers College, CU Peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to publishing research in progress in the fields of TESOL and Applied Linguistics.

Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics is dedicated to publishing research in the fields of TESOL and Applied Linguistics. Its mission is two-fold: 1) to promote efficient dissemination of research, and 2) to facilitate academic exchange between the TESOL/ Applied Linguistics students/ faculty and members of the profession world-wide. Within a conceptual framework that values an integration of theory and practice, the journal publishes full-length articles dealing, in a principled way, with language, language use, language acquisition, language teaching, and language assessment. The journal particularly welcomes submissions in the following areas: second language acquisition, second language assessment, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, second language instruction and second language teacher education. Reviews of books in these areas are also welcomed. The journal is published two times a year – once in Late May/Early June and once in mid or late December. ISSN 1936-7384

Mission: Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL (SALT) is an open-access journal committed to building a community and facilitating discussions between students, professors, and practitioners in Applied Linguistics and TESOL worldwide through the publication of quality empirical research, reviews of literature, and interviews with leading scholars in the field.

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04/19/2019

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06/20/2018

“We acquire language when we understand messages, when we understand what people tell us and when we understand what we read.” (Stephen Krashen, 2004, Applying the Comprehension Hypothesis)

Take a peek into Professor John Heritage's "double doctoral life" in our latest issue! https://t.co/Z8iMErjlkX
06/09/2018
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Take a peek into Professor John Heritage's "double doctoral life" in our latest issue! https://t.co/Z8iMErjlkX

“A behind-the-scene look into Professor @JohnHeritage’s “double doctoral life”: A LANSI Exclusive! Interview by #lansibunch #altesolstudents Junko Takahashi and Gahye Song https://t.co/NQyhg6WTQI @EMCA_News @ISCAupdates @tcalandtesol #emca”

06/08/2018
Working Papers in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Our Spring 2018 Issue is now available! Check it out for a review on assessment literacy, a forum on communicating with the public, and interviews with leading scholars in L2 education and social interaction! https://t.co/AgU4oT9ehw @tcalandtesol @lansi_tc @TCAandH

Working Papers in Applied Linguistics & TESOL is dedicated to publishing research in the fields of Applied Linguistics and TESOL. Within a conceptual framework that values an integration of theory and practice, the journal publishes full-length articles dealing, in a principled way, with language, l...

ECOLT presentation proposals are due tonight! Looks like it's going to be a great conference--"Traditions of Language Te...
05/25/2018
ECOLT

ECOLT presentation proposals are due tonight! Looks like it's going to be a great conference--"Traditions of Language Testing Innovation" held October 12-13 in Princeton, NJ. https://t.co/spGdo3CYnW

04/20/2018

We are very excited for our first interdisciplinary REAL Doc Lunch & Learn! Join us for a collaborative, hands-on examination of ESL Grammar instruction through the lens of Assessment, CA, and SLA! Wednesday, May 2 @lansi @tcalandtesol @TCAandH @TeachersCollege

04/12/2018

Tonight at 7pm: The Applied Linguistics and TESOL Program at Teachers College, CU will host a talk on assessment in language classrooms by Lyle F. Bachman and Barbara E. Damböck: Using an Assessment Use Argument (AUA) to guide classroom assessments. Room: 152 Horace Mann

A wonderful talk by Sarah Creider and Catherine Box on how we can start to talk to each on sensitive and divisive topics...
03/11/2018
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A wonderful talk by Sarah Creider and Catherine Box on how we can start to talk to each on sensitive and divisive topics. https://t.co/DKfsDFV1RT

“Sarah Creider and Catherine Box on talking allies and adversaries into being #lansibunch #altesolalumni @tcalandtesol”

03/10/2018

A powerful plenary talk by Ruth Wodak at @GURT2018 #lansibunch #tcalandtesol

02/19/2018
2018 APPLE Interview: Dr. Roy Lyster

Now available: Our exclusive interview with Dr. Roy Lyster! Watch it on our YouTube channel: https://t.co/eyjSt1t6N9 #apple2018 @tcalandtesol @lansi_tc

BIO: Roy Lyster is Emeritus Professor of Second Language Education in the Department of Integrated Studies Education at McGill University in Montreal, Canada...

02/17/2018

Such illuminating lectures by Dr. Roy Lyster at #apple2018! Thank you @tcalandtesol for organizing this wonderful event! And stay tuned for a video recording of the Working Papers exclusive interview with Dr. Lyster! 😀

Interested in Language for Specific Purposes Testing? Check out Scott E. Grapin's review of theory and research in LSP t...
02/09/2018
Language for Specific Purposes Testing: A Historical Review – Working Papers in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Interested in Language for Specific Purposes Testing? Check out Scott E. Grapin's review of theory and research in LSP testing at https://t.co/8AJ8M2J2AI

ArticlesVol. 17, No. 2 (2017) Language for Specific Purposes Testing: A Historical Review Scott E. Grapin New York University DOI: 10.7916/D8766S76 Abstract Language for specific purposes (LSP) has a long history in the language testing literature. An outgrowth of the communicative language movement...

02/02/2018
Corrective Feedback in Written Synchronous and Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication – Working Papers in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Working Papers Weekend Read! Corrective Feedback in Computer-Mediated Communication, by Farah S. Akbar: https://t.co/BLXCcg5PwM

And many more at https://t.co/AgU4oT9ehw

ArticlesVol. 17, No. 2 (2017) Corrective Feedback in Written Synchronous and Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication Farah S. Akbar Teachers College, Columbia University DOI: 10.7916/D83F61KR Abstract Although corrective feedback (CF) has attracted much attention in the field of second language...

12/22/2017
Working Papers in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Check out our latest issue! With articles on Computer-Mediated Communication, Scenario-Based Assessment, Language for Specific Purposes Testing, and much more!!! https://t.co/AgU4oT9ehw

Working Papers in Applied Linguistics & TESOL is dedicated to publishing research in the fields of Applied Linguistics and TESOL. Within a conceptual framework that values an integration of theory and practice, the journal publishes full-length articles dealing, in a principled way, with language, l...

12/15/2017
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This week's featured board member is Di Yu, a doctoral student in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College. Di's interested in public discourse, humor, and multimodality in interaction. Her most recent project looks at emergent learning opportunities in horseback riding lessons. https://t.co/ymX6GM4Mjt

“This week's featured board member is Di Yu, a doctoral student in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College. Di's interested in public discourse, humor, and multimodality in interaction. Her most recent project looks at emergent learning opportunities in horseback riding lessons.”

12/14/2017
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Editorial Board Members celebrate the end of the semester with Faculty Advisor Dr. Waring! 😀👏 Wishing everyone Happy Holidays! https://t.co/XZdyvv3rWp

“Editorial Board Members celebrate the end of the semester with Faculty Advisor Dr. Waring! 😀👏 Wishing everyone Happy Holidays!”

12/09/2017
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This week's featured board member is Gahye Song, a doctoral student in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include interactional linguistics, conversation and grammar, and Korean sociolinguistics. https://t.co/y7f0wUwnPJ

“This week's featured board member is Gahye Song, a doctoral student in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include interactional linguistics, conversation and grammar, and Korean sociolinguistics.”

11/29/2017
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REALDoc: Saerhim Oh's pre-defense presentation on linguistic tools in writing assessment. We all use linguistic tools when we write, so why treat the use of these tools in assessment as cheating?? Why not let our learners "fix and learn" as they write 😊 https://t.co/BOtPFGIf7W

“REALDoc: Saerhim Oh's pre-defense presentation on linguistic tools in writing assessment. We all use linguistic tools when we write, so why treat the use of these tools in assessment as cheating?? Why not let our learners "fix and learn" as they write 😊”

11/29/2017
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REALDoc: Gahye Song presenting on person reference in Korean!
"Tangsin" in Korean is a neutral reference when you're married, but if you're not, it's an insult!? 😮 https://t.co/E7gXLXdEw0

“REALDoc: Gahye Song presenting on person reference in Korean! "Tangsin" in Korean is a neutral reference when you're married, but if you're not, it's an insult!? 😮”

Join us tomorrow for our first REAL Doc Lunch & Learn!! 12pm-1pm, Zankel 214, TCPresentations by: Gahye Song on "Person ...
11/28/2017
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Join us tomorrow for our first REAL Doc Lunch & Learn!! 12pm-1pm, Zankel 214, TC
Presentations by:
Gahye Song on "Person reference in Korean" and
Saerhim Oh on "Test-takers' Use of Linguistic Tools in L2 Academic Writing Assessment"! https://t.co/A4XPEZQFej

“Join us tomorrow for our first REAL Doc Lunch & Learn!! 12pm-1pm, Zankel 214, TC Presentations by: Gahye Song on "Person reference in Korean" and Saerhim Oh on "Test-takers' Use of Linguistic Tools in L2 Academic Writing Assessment"!”

Working Papers is introducing: REAL Doc! (R)esearch in (E)ducation and (A)pplied (L)inguistics by (Doc)toral students. J...
11/22/2017
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Working Papers is introducing: REAL Doc! (R)esearch in (E)ducation and (A)pplied (L)inguistics by (Doc)toral students. Join us next Wednesday, Nov 29, for presentations by Gahye Song and Saerhim Oh at our first REAL Doc Lunch & Learn! https://t.co/kpBb9kPnVf

“Working Papers is introducing: REAL Doc! (R)esearch in (E)ducation and (A)pplied (L)inguistics by (Doc)toral students. Join us next Wednesday, Nov 29, for presentations by Gahye Song and Saerhim Oh at our first REAL Doc Lunch & Learn!”

This week’s featured board member is Peter Kim. Ed.D. student in Applied Linguistics (SLA track) at TC. His research i...
11/16/2017
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This week’s featured board member is Peter Kim. Ed.D. student in Applied Linguistics (SLA track) at TC. His research interests are motivation and aptitude. What is your motivation/inspiration for teaching? pursuing research? or learning a new language? 🤔
https://t.co/gtl3ZXxRKM https://t.co/s80voJAVeF

“This week’s featured board member is Peter Kim. Ed.D. student in Applied Linguistics (SLA track) at TC. His research interests are motivation and aptitude. What is your motivation/inspiration for teaching? pursuing research? or learning a new language? 🤔 https://t.co/gtl3ZXxRKM”

Dr. Hall reports on his exploratory, longitudinal, and collection-based emergentist SLA study on learner chunks. https:/...
11/10/2017
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Dr. Hall reports on his exploratory, longitudinal, and collection-based emergentist SLA study on learner chunks. https://t.co/8XsmUOXFH8

“Dr. Hall reports on his exploratory, longitudinal, and collection-based emergentist SLA study on learner chunks.”

Our Fall BrownBag Lecture is one week away! Join us next Friday for Dr. Tim Hall's talk on Learner Chunks in Second Lang...
11/03/2017
WorkingPapersALTESOL on Twitter

Our Fall BrownBag Lecture is one week away! Join us next Friday for Dr. Tim Hall's talk on Learner Chunks in Second Language Acquisition! https://t.co/6kWCKLCrh9

“Our Fall BrownBag Lecture is one week away! Join us next Friday for Dr. Tim Hall's talk on Learner Chunks in Second Language Acquisition!”

For those interested in assessing world languages #languageassessment https://t.co/hzaq76fFux
11/02/2017
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For those interested in assessing world languages #languageassessment https://t.co/hzaq76fFux

Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Macau

Announcing our Fall Brown Bag Lecture by Dr. Timothy Hall! Join us for his talk on Learner Chunks in Second Language Acq...
10/30/2017
WorkingPapersALTESOL on Twitter

Announcing our Fall Brown Bag Lecture by Dr. Timothy Hall! Join us for his talk on Learner Chunks in Second Language Acquisition on Nov 10! https://t.co/CwskSWio7M

“Announcing our Fall Brown Bag Lecture by Dr. Timothy Hall! Join us for his talk on Learner Chunks in Second Language Acquisition on Nov 10!”

Join us today to learn more about Dr. Hansun Waring's new book, Theorizing Pedagogical Interaction! https://t.co/BuGCINP...
10/26/2017
Theorizing Pedagogical Interaction: Insights from Conversation Analysis (Hardback) - Routledge

Join us today to learn more about Dr. Hansun Waring's new book, Theorizing Pedagogical Interaction! https://t.co/BuGCINPtof https://t.co/y0qHX62BR8

Pedagogical interaction can be observed through many different landscapes, such as the graduate seminar, the writing skills center, the after-school literacy program, adult ESL classrooms, and post-observation conferences. By viewing these settings…

10/20/2017
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Hey CA peeps! Anyone interested in reviewing this fabulous book in honor of Schegloff for us? https://t.co/YJjAYAk9R8 😁

John Benjamins Publishing Company is an independent, family-owned academic publisher headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ...More.We offer an academic publishing program in Linguistics, Translation Studies and Terminology, Psychology, Philosophy, Literary Studies, Art and Art History.In addi...

Working Papers in AL & TESOL is now accepting submissions for upcoming issues! See https://t.co/vxPRsIqlWC   for more in...
10/20/2017
Submission Guidelines – Working Papers in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Working Papers in AL & TESOL is now accepting submissions for upcoming issues! See https://t.co/vxPRsIqlWC for more info!

Submission Guidelines The Editorial Board is currently accepting manuscripts for future issues. Articles submitted to the journal should normally be no longer than 8,000 words (including notes, appendices, tables, and references). Each paper must begin with an abstract not exceeding 200 words. Manus...

The call for proposals for LTRC 2018 closes on Friday, November 10.https://t.co/m7M6iJQt9z
10/20/2017
LTRC 2018 Call for Proposals - International Language Testing Association

The call for proposals for LTRC 2018 closes on Friday, November 10.
https://t.co/m7M6iJQt9z

Dynamism and mobility are characteristics of many phenomena associated with modern life. Language testing and assessment practices are subject to contradictory pressures to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances and to maintain stability over time. From ‘macro’ concerns such as policy reform and mi...

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