Bloomsbury Public Lecture Archive


Bloomsbury Public Lectures in Applied Linguistics

Peter Skehan

How Strange the Change from Macro to Micro: On the Relevance of Second Language Acquisition for the Development of Foreign Language Aptitude Tests

Christina Gkonou & Jean-Marc Dewaele

New Insights into Language Anxiety

L-SLARF COLLOQUIUM 2017 Part 1

Andrea Révész, Ana Pellicer Sanchez, Pauline Foster, Kazuya Saito, Parvaneh Tavakoli

L-SLARF COLLOQUIUM 2017 Part 2

Peter Skehan, Jean-Marc Dewaele, Kate Hammer, Paul Booth

Martha Pennington

Learning and Teaching Pronunciation: A Historical Perspective on Theory and Practice

Pauline Foster

Measuring Accuracy in Second Language Task Performance: The Case for a Weighted Clause Ratio

Josh dela Rosa-Prada

Identity Reflexes in Translingual Linguistic Landscapes: The Case of Hispanic Flea Markets in Texas

Alastair Pennycook

Attunements and Assemblages: The Complexities of Linguistic Interactions

Jasone Cenoz & Durk Gorter

Sustainable translanguaging in multilingual education

Carmen Diaz

Improving SLA: CLIL in Madrid

Luke Plonsky

What Works in CALL: A Meta-synthesis of the Effects of Technology in Second Language Teaching and Learning

Monika Schmid

Once a native, always a native? Language attrition and constraints on bilingual development

Kazuya Saito

What Makes Second Language Speech Comprehensible?

Kazuya Saito

Aptitude effects in SLA