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261. Applying Linguistics to the Learning of Middle Eastern Languages

Saturday, 10 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., Huron, Sheraton Chicago

Program arranged by the Discussion Group on General Linguistics

Presiding: Terrence Potter, Georgetown Univ.

1. "How Strategic Can They Be? Differences between Student and Instructor Attitudes toward Language Learning Strategies," Gregory Ebner, United States Military Acad.

2. "Needs-Analysis Informed Task Design in Arabic Foreign Language Programs in the United States: Insights from Learner Perceptions and Production," Maimoonah Al Khalil, King Saud Univ., Riyadh

3. "Linguistic Advantages and Constraints in the Classroom: Judeo-Spanish as an L2," Bryan Kirschen, Univ. of California, Los Angeles

For abstracts, write to tmp28@georgetown.edu.


Subjects:

  • Linguistics – General

  • Linguistics – Foreign Languages

  • Other Literatures – Arabic

Author Comment
Subject: Change to Program
Gregory Ebner will replace Martin Isleem in the General Linguistics session at MLA 2014.

Greg's topic will be: How Strategic Can They Be? Differences between Student and Instructor Attitudes toward Language Learning Strategies

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