2018-2019 SLAT Dissertations

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Student NameAdvisor(s)TitleLink to current information
Essa BatelJanet NicolThe Effect of Sentence Context on Second Language Word Recognition
Cynthia KoppLinda Waugh
Mary Wildner-Bassett
Narratives of Complaint: Translingual Subjectivities in the Basic Writing Classroomhttp://hdl.handle.net/10150/631311
Stefano MaranzanaEliane Rubenstein-AvilaAnimated Cartoons in the Language Classroom: Attitudes and Perceptions of Italian L2 Students
Christian Ruvalcaba
Andrew CarnieDeriving Possession from Location, Accompaniment, and Paths to Nowhere: A Microcomparative Analysis of Clausal Possession in English and Spanishhttp://hdl.handle.net/10150/631381
Kayo Shintaku
Jonathon ReinhardtLiteracy Practices with Media: Popular Culture Media and the Role of Pedagogical Guidance in L2 Learning of Japanesehttp://hdl.handle.net/10150/631469
Jacob WittChristine TardyDisciplinary Feedback Practices: Comparing Preferences, Expectations, and Practices

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