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  • Maria Luz C. Vilches
    Dear All, Below is the schedule of consultation sessions with you in groups in relation to the article assigned to you to present later in the term. When you
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 2, 2006
      Dear All,

      Below is the schedule of consultation sessions with you in groups in
      relation to the article assigned to you to present later in the
      term. When you come to this consultation, my expectations are as
      follows:

      1. That you have read the article (individually)
      2. That you have discussed this with your partner or group
      3. That in this discussion, you have arrived at a better
      understanding about the main points of the article and sorted out
      some of your comments.
      4. That you have made a draft plan (at least) of how you are going
      to present the essay to the class.

      During the consultation, I shall ask you to do the following:

      1. present a summary of your understanding of the essay.
      2. discuss your plan on how you are going to do the presentation in
      class.

      I shall also ask you some questions on points that you may not bring
      up - to clarify ideas and to challenge your understanding.

      When you come to the consultation prepared, our discussion will be
      fruitful.

      See you all, then.
      Marlu Vilches
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      En 201: First Semester SY 2006-2007
      CONSULTATION SCHEDULE

      Venue: English Department

      Thursday, 14th September

      9:00 – 9:30 SOO CHOI and YOUN CHOI
      Morgan-Short, Karen and Harriet Wood Bowden. "Processing,
      Interaction and Meaningful Output-based Interaction." Studies in
      Second Language Acquisition 28/1 (2006): 31-65.

      10:00 – 10:30 QING ZHU and ZHENG XIANGYI (Greg)
      Gao, Xuesong. "Understanding Changes in Chinese Students' Uses of
      Learning Strategies in China and Britain: A Socio-cultural Re-
      interpretation." System 34/1 (2006): 55-67.

      11:00 – 11:30 QUACH THI UYEN LINH and PHAM PHUONG LAN
      Ellis, Rod, Shawn Loewen, and Rosemary Erlam. "Implicit and
      Explicit Corrective Feedback ad the Acquisition of L2 Grammar."
      Studies in Second Language Acquisition 28/2 (2006): 339-368.


      Saturday, 16th September

      1:00 – 1:30 LOUVE ABAD
      Rudanko, Juhani. "Watching English Grammar Change: A Case Study on
      Complement
      Selection in British and American English." English Language and
      Linguistics
      10/1 (2006): 31-48.

      1:30 – 2:00 CHRIS SANTOS and NANCY FERNANDO
      Mojica, Leonisa. "Apology Strategies Perceived to be Appropriate by
      Filipino-Speaking Couples." Philippine Journal of Linguistics 34/2
      and 35/1 (2003/2004): 27-40.

      2:00 – 2:30 JUNE AREJOLA and GERLIE KATIMBANG
      Ellis, Rod. "Current Issues in the Teaching of Grammar: An SLA
      Perspective." TESOL Quarterly 40/1 (2006): 84-107.

      2:30 – 3:00 BERT CASABAL and SAM KWAK
      Okamura, A. "Two Types of Strategies Used by Japanese Scientists
      When Writing Research Articles in English." System 34/1 (2006): 68-
      79.

      3:00 – 3:30 RIZZA ESPLANA and GOLDA ZAYAS
      Jing, Huang. "Learner Resistance in Metacognitive Training: An
      Exploration of Mismatches Between Learner and Teacher Agendas."
      Language Teaching Research 10/1 (2006): 95-117.


      3:30 – 4:00 CHRIS CLEMENTE and MALOU MENORCA
      Lee, Jamie Shinhee. "Linguistic Constructions of Modernity: English
      Mixing in Korean Television Commercials." Language in Society 35/1
      (2006)" 59-91.

      4:00 – 4:30 MARJ GOMEZ, ANA GONZALES, and JENNY FRANCO
      Wichmann, Anne. "Please – From Courtesy to Appeal: The Role of
      Intonation in the Expression of Attitudinal Meaning. English
      Language and Linguistics 9/2 (2005): 229 – 253.
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