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The Chicago Language Symposium 2020: Agenda

Peer Collaboration and Second Language Learning: Innovations and Reflections

April 18, 2020
DePaul University


Symposium Agenda

8:00-9:00am - Breakfast & Registration

9:00-10:30am - Panel 1: Peer Collaboration in a Classroom

9:00-9:30am
Collaborative Experiential Learning in Advanced Spanish Translation
Presenter: María Luisa Ortega Hernández, DePaul University

9:30-10:00am
Task-based Peer Collaboration: Two City-based Projects in a Mixed-level Advanced Chinese Language Class
Presenters: Xuehua Xiang & Duosi Meng, University of Illinois at Chicago

10:00-10:30am
Peer Presentations of Historical Backgrounds: Setting the Context in Advanced Language Courses
Presenter: Nicole G. Burgoyne, University of Chicago

10:30-12:00pm - Panel 2: Non-Native Speaker-Native Speaker Peer Telecollaboration

10:30-11:00am
Peer collaboration in Spanish Heritage Language Instruction: a Telecollaboration Model
Presenter: Maria Jesus Barros Garcia, Northwestern University

11:00-11:30am
The Effects of NNS-NNS and NNS-NS Telecollaborative Interaction on the Development of Second Language Confidence
Presenter: Lauren Hetrovicz, Northwestern University

11:30-12:00pm
Longitudinal Outcomes of Incorporating Virtual Immersion into Intermediate Spanish
Presenters: Carolina Barrera-Tobón & Bradley Hoot, DePaul University

12:00-1:15pm - Lunch Break

1:15-2:15pm - Keynote Speech
The Power of Peers in Foreign Language Development: Creating Contexts for Collaboration and Co-learning

by Dr. Amy Snyder Ohta, University of Washington, Seattle

2:30-4:00pm - Panel 3: Peer Tutoring and Online Peer Collaboration

2:30-3:00pm
Language Peer Tutoring: Starting from Zero
Presenter: Elizabeth Dolly Arvai Weber, University of Illinois at Chicago

3:00-3:30pm
Promoting Learners’ Peer Collaboration through Digital Storytelling
Presenter: Fadia Antabli, Northwestern University

3:30-4:00pm
Meaning Negotiation in Interactions Between Learners and Native Speakers of Portuguese: Challenges and Outcomes
Presenters: Ana C Thome Wiliams, Augusta Saraiva, & Keyla Carvalho, Northwestern University

4:00-5:00pm - Reception