2007-2008 SLAT Dissertations

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Student NameAdvisor(s)TitleLink to Current Information
Lance AskildsonBeatrice Dupuy and Janet NicolPhonological Bootstrapping in Word Recognition and Whole Language Reading: A Composite Pedagogy for L2 lanceaskildson@academia.edu
Virginie Askildson (DasseBeatrice DupuyWhat do Teachers and Students Want from a Foreign Language Textbook?
Maite CorreaPeter EckeMetalinguistic Knowledge and the Acquisition of the Spanish Subjunctive by Learners at Three Proficiency Levels
Nolvia CortezLinda WaughAm I in the Book? Imagined Communities and Language Ideologies of English in a Global EFL Textbook
Jody CrippsSam Supalla A Case Study on Reading Processes of Signing Deaf Children
Jessica Eve GerardLinda Waugh and Yetta GoodmanThe Reading of Formulaic Sequences in a Native and Non-Native Language: An Eye Movement Analysis
Kimberly Adilia Helmer Mary Wildner-Bassett Year One at “City” High School: An Ethnographic Study of Heritage Language Learners at an Innovative Charter School
Neil JohnsonMary Wildner-BassettGenre as Concept in Second Language Academic Writing Pedagogy
Lisa JurkowitzMary Wildner-BassettInteraction, Meaning-Making, and Accuracy in Synchronous CMC Discussion: The Experiences of a University-Level Intermediate French Class
Norma Barletta ManjarresLinda WaughEnglish Teachers in Colombia: Ideologies and Identities in Academic Writing
Yumika MuramatsuJun LiuThe Role of Native-Speaker Status and Cultural Background: A Multidimensional Case Study of Teacher-Student Interaction in English Composition Classes
Shanthi NadarajanH. Douglas AdamsonMeasuring Academic Vocabulary Size and Depth in the Writing Classroom: Does it Really Matter?
Veronica Susanne OstertagMary Wildner-Bassett An Investigation Of The Value Of Fictional Texts As A Tool For Enriching German Language And Culture Learning: A Kaleidoscopic View Of Outcomes And Possibilities
Boon Joo Park Janet NicolSyntactic Persistence Within and Across Languages in English and Korean L1 and L2 Speakers
Elizabeth SpeckerLinda Waugh and Tom Bever L1/L2 Eye Movement Reading of Closed Captioning: A Multimodal Analysis of Multimodal Use
Cheryl TraigerLinda WaughTourists’ English Expectations: Discourse Analysis of Attitudes towards Language and Culture on Travel Websites
Xin WangKenneth ForsterBilingual Lexical Representation and Processing: Evidence from Masked Priming Studies

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