Fresh out in JESLA (and, as always, Open Access): Agebjörn, A. (2021). Swedish noun-phrase structure in Russian-speaking learners: An explorative study of L1 influence and input-frequency effects. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 5(1), 16–29. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.70
Dear EuroSLA member, Welcome to EuroSLA 30. We are excited to announce the beginning of early bird registration. Please click on the link below to access our online conference management system Dryfta. If you already created an account in our previous system (for example by submitting an abstract), just use the same email address and … Continue reading EuroSLA 30 Early Bird registration now open!
Dear colleagues, We are delighted to announce our 17th international LASLAB Seminar: “Children learning grammar in a foreign language context: Interactive tasks and attention to form”. This international seminar will feature experts in the field of foreign language learning in primary school in different contexts (Asia, Europe and North and South America) who will present … Continue reading LASLAB Seminar on Children learning grammar in a foreign language context
The following article has just been published in JESLA: Trenkic, D., & Hu, R. (2021). Teaching to the test: The effects of coaching on English-proficiency scores for university entry. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 5(1), 1–15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.74
Dear EuroSLA Member, A very Happy New Year to all our EuroSLA members worldwide – after all we’ve been going through in the last year, I trust this finds you and your loved ones safe and well! I’m delighted to be able to update you on members’ activities, and to highlight recent publications in EuroSLA Studies. … Continue reading New Year’s message from the President of EuroSLA
JESLA, the Association’s journal, is now accepting submissions for JESLA 2021. JESLA publishes the best peer-reviewed work by EuroSLA members. Papers can be submitted at any point, with the advantages of no-cost open access, and fast turnaround; typically time between submission and publication is 6-9 months. For publication in JESLA Volume 5 (2021), we aim to … Continue reading JESLA Call for Submissions
Don’t forget: today is the deadline for confirming your intention to register and present at EuroSLA 2021, if your abstract has been accepted! You can do this here: https://www.softconf.com/l/eurosla2021/
The editors of EuroSLA Studies, Gabriele Pallotti, Amanda Edmonds and Ineke Vedder, are happy and proud to announce the release of three new volumes of the EuroSLA book series: Volume 2, a single-authored study by Jacopo Saturno (‘Utterance structure in initial L2 acquisition’), and Volume 3 and 4, co-edited by respectively Camilla Bardel and Laura … Continue reading Three new volumes of EuroSLA Studies!
Dear colleagues and friends, We hope you are well, in good health and hopeful. After months of carefully watching the evolution of the pandemic worldwide, and as much as we would like to see all of you in Barcelona, we have decided to hold the EuroSLA 30 conference (June 30th through July 3rd 2021) in … Continue reading EuroSLA 2021 to be held online
CAN MOTION EVENT CONSTRUAL BE TAUGHT OR RESTRUCTURED? EVIDENCE FROM BILINGUALS AND L2 LEARNERS Organisers: Fraibet Aveledo and Jeanine Treffers-Daller (University of Reading) Workshop Dates: 16-17 April 2021 (online via zoom) CALL FOR PAPERS We invite abstracts for a workshop which will bring together researchers who have studied how motion event construal is expressed by … Continue reading Call for papers: Workshop on Motion Event Construal in bilinguals and L2 learners