ML4U workshop
Multilingualism across the Lifespan:
Contact, Mobility and Learning
Venue:
Ghent University
Faculty of Arts
Blandijnberg 2
9000 Ghent
Belgium
Faculty Board meeting room (1st floor, room number 110.009)
Friday 25th September 2015
8.30 – 8.45: Coffee
8.45 – 9.00: Short welcome address
9.00 – 9.25
Endogenous and exogenous language control in multilinguals
Robert J. Hartsuiker
Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
9.25 – 9.50
Individual differences in cognitive and language control among late, aging Dutch-English bilinguals
Merel Keijzer1 & Monika Schmid2
1
University of Groningen;
2
University of Essex
9.50 – 10.15
The monitoring speed of bilinguals: a conflict-based approach to monitoring
Wouter Broos & Robert Hartsuiker
Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
10.15 – 10.40
Immediate recall of texts in L1 and L2
Heleen Vander Beken & Marc Brysbaert
Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
COFFEE BREAK
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11.00 – 11.25
Reading in a second language: A corpus study
Uschi Cop1, Denis Drieghe2, Nicolas Dirix1, Emmanuel Keuleers1, Eva Van Assche1 & Wouter
Duyck1
1
Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
2
School of Psychology, University of Southampton
11.25 – 11.50
The impact of reading comprehension strategy instruction and text difficulty on learning performance
when academic reading in L1 or L2.
De Bruyne, Ellen & Valcke, Martin
Department of Educational Studies, Ghent University
11.50 – 12.15
The Multi-layered Impact Of Multilingualism On The Educational Achievement Of Pupils
Fauve De Backer1, Lilith Van Biesen2, Orhan Agirdag3, Mieke Van Houtte1, Stef Slembrouck1, Piet
Van Avermaet1
1
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University, Belgium; 2Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium;
3
Universiteit van Amsterdam
12.15 – 12.40
The multilingual vowel space: children’s native and non-native vowel categories
Ellen Simon1, Ronaldo Lima Jr2 & Ludovic De Cuypere1
1
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
2
Federal University of Ceará
LUNCH BREAK
14.00 – 14.25
The status of Standard Dutch in the L1 and L2 classroom: language perceptions of teachers and pupils,
and a plea for further research
Steven Delarue & Chloe Lybaert
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
14.25 – 14.50
Listening to Lectures in English: Strategies Adopted by Students Who Have English as a
Second Language to Cope With This Context
Marcelo Kremer & Martin Valcke
Department of Educational Studies, Ghent University
14.50 – 15.15
Translanguaging for learning? An inquiry into interactional strategies of children in a superdiverse
classroom
Kirsten Rosiers, Stef Slembrouck, Piet Van Avermaet
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
15.15 – 15.40
Multilingual practices of code switching by Facebook users of Iranian descent in Belgium
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Azadeh Elmianvari
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University and University of Groningen
COFFEE BREAK
16.00 – 16.25
Displacing gentrification: a diachronic case-study of multilingualism in Brussels’ Quartier Dansaert
Mieke Vandenbroucke
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University – FWO Vlaanderen
16.25 – 16.50
Research on multilingualism in tourism contexts: Premises and promises
Patrick Goethals
Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication, Ghent University
16.50 – 17.15
The Impact of Language and Integration Policies on Social Participation of Adult Migrants.
Reinhilde Pulinx
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
17.15 – 17.40
At the bowling alley we are quadrilingual. Language habits among elderly Scandinavian migrants on
the Spanish Mediterranean coast
Ulla Börestam,
Department of Scandinavian languages, Uppsala University
17.40-18.00
A multimodal approach to product presentations: persuasion in multilingual settings
Julia Valeiras & Geert Jacobs,
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
18.00-19.30
Business meeting with representatives of the 4 U4 universities (in preparation of the U4 Humanities
Cluster meeting to be organised later this year)
Saturday 26th September
9.00 – 9.25
Oral narrative ability in bilingual four- to six-year-olds
Josefin Lindgren
Uppsala University
9.25 – 9.50
Exploring the language characteristics of 4 to 7-year-old Turkish speaking children living in Sweden
Buket Öztekin
Uppsala University
9.50 – 10.15
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Additive bilingualism at the crossroads of family and school: Impact of the first language on the
second among early bilinguals
Gulsen Yilmaz
Groningen University
10.15 – 10.40
Investigation of home context regarding home literacy experiences: a parental involvement project
N. Feyza Altinkamiş
Department of Translation, Interpretation and Communication/Turkish Section, Ghent University
COFFEE BREAK
11.00 – 11.25
The influence of the exposure to English of Turkish and Arabic speaking pupils in Flanders on their
acquisition of English prior to formal instruction
Katrien Van Maele & Mieke Van Herreweghe
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
11.25 – 11.50
Functional multilingual learning: the cognitive and non-cognitive impact of exploiting children’s
multilingual repertoires in mainstream classrooms
Sven Sierens, Stef Slembrouck & Piet Van Avermaet,
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
11.50 – 12.15
Language impairment or typical language development? Developing methods for linguistic assessment
of bilingual children in Sweden
Ute Bohnacker
Uppsala University
12.15 – 12.40
The visual communicative environment created by three mother-child dyads and the mother’s use of
VCS
Beatrijs Wille, Kimberley Mouvet & Mieke Van Herreweghe
Department of Linguistics, Ghent University
12.40 – 13.00
Round-up and reflections
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