New publication just our in JESLA

The following paper has just been published in JESLA – the Journal of @EuroSLA! Komeili, M., Marinis, T., Tavakoli, P., & Kazemi, Y. (2020). Sentence Repetition in Farsi-English Bilingual Children. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 4(1), 1–12. DOI: http://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.55 https://www.euroslajournal.org/articles/10.22599/jesla.55/  

Good news from JESLA!

Dear EuroSLA Members, We hope that you and your family members are keeping healthy and well at this challenging time. This is to inform you that our journal activities are continuing throughout these unprecedented circumstances and we would like to share some good news. First, we are very pleased to announce that the winners of … Continue reading Good news from JESLA!

JESLA Best Paper award

EuroSLA is pleased to announce that the winners of the JESLA Best Article Award 2020 are Kristof Baten & Frederik Cornillie for their 2019 paper on “Elicited Imitation as a Window into Developmental Stages” – Congratulations!

DSA Award 2020 goes to Florence Myles and Ros Mitchell

EuroSLA EC are delighted to announce two Distinguished Scholar Awards this year: To Prof Florence Myles, for her outstanding influence across the field of second language research, including theoretical SLA, corpus studies and young learners, and for her generosity in motivating the work of others as supervisor, research centre director, journals editor and in public … Continue reading DSA Award 2020 goes to Florence Myles and Ros Mitchell

Can motion event construal be taught? Pedagogical and experimental approaches to restructuring event cognition patterns

Second call for papers Organisers: Fraibet Aveledo and Jeanine Treffers-Daller (University of Reading) Workshop dates: 23-24th April 2020 Venue: University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus, Graduate School Keynote speakers: Panos Athanasopoulos (University of Lancaster): Thinking in multiple languages: The case of goal-oriented motion events Teresa Cadierno (University of Southern Denmark): Motion event construal in second language … Continue reading Can motion event construal be taught? Pedagogical and experimental approaches to restructuring event cognition patterns