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MLA 2018: Forum on Applied Linguistics Sessions

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    Lee B. Abraham

    Dear Colleagues:

    We cordially invite you to join us for the following sessions at MLA 2018 organized by the Forum on Applied Linguistics (online convention program). We look forward to seeing you.

    67: Language Learning, Identity, and Intercultural Understanding
    Thursday, January 4, 2018
    1:45 PM – 03:00 PM
    Hilton – Beekman

    Presider: Mary Wildner-Bassett, University of Arizona

    Teaching Migration and Minorities in German as a Foreign Language
    B. Venkat Mani, University of Wisconsin, Madison

    Shifting Perspectives: Teaching and Learning for Intercultural Understanding in the Language Curriculum
    Kenric K. Tsethlikai, University of Pennsylvania

    503: Research on Advanced-Level Second-Language Composition
    Saturday, January 6, 2018
    10:15 AM – 11:30 AM
    Hilton – Concourse G

    Presider: Per Urlaub, Middlebury College

    Promoting Second-Language Writing through Collaboration: Are Two Heads Really Better?
    Brian Olovson, University of Iowa

    Collaborative Pedagogies for Advanced L2 Composition
    Mariana Bono and Adriana Merino, Princeton University

    In Their Own Words: Student Perceptions of Writing in a Foreign Language Major
    Ana Anderson, Franklin and Marshall College and Mandy Menke, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

    With best wishes for an outstanding 2018 filled with happiness and good health!

    The Executive Committee of the Modern Language Association’s Forum on Applied Linguistics

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