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American Association for Applied Linguistics 2015 Conference
March 21, 2015 - March 24, 2015
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
- “You’re Asian, but You’re Not Really Asian”: Discursive Positioning and Identity Negotiation by Korean American Adoptees Samantha Musser
- Applied Linguists: Who Do We Think We Are, Anyway? Margaret E. Malone, PhD
- Colloquium: Bilingual & Multilingual Education in our Globalized World: New Theoretical Foundations, Current Policies & Practices, and Future Prospe… Terrence G. Wiley, PhD,
- Colloquium: Language Moves in Secondary STEM Education: Examining English Learner Emerging Discourses Megan Montee, PhD, Lindsey Massoud
- Colloquium: Theorizing Dis-Citizenship: The Reproduction of Illegitimate Hierarchies Terrence G. Wiley, PhD
- Dual Language Learners in Dual Language Programs: 90:10 or 50:50?
- Language Policy Implementation in the Multilingual Classroom: Case Studies of International Baccalaureate Schools Joanna Duggan, Na Liu, PhD
- Task Structure and Language Production: Applications for Computerized Oral Proficiency Assessment Megan Montee, PhD, Samantha Musser
- Using DIF Analysis to Identify Linguistic Features that Yield Differential Performance Among Language Groups Jennifer Renn, PhD
- Working with the Data You Have, Not the Data You Want: Examining Item Bias Using Ethnicity versus Home Language Jennifer Renn, PhD