Sunday September 29, 2013

9:00–10:30 Parallel sessions

A: Svinningen
chair: Anne-Line Graedler
B: Møsnuken
chair: Agnieszka Lenko-Szymanska
C: Høgholmen
chair: Hilde Hasselgård
D: Waalersalen
chair: Annekatrin Kaivapalu
Juan-Pedro Rica-Peromingo and Joanne Neff van Aertselaer: Spanish EFL university discourse competence: A longitudinal study of EAP development Marcus Callies: High-frequency nouns and their verbal collocates in academic learner writing (handout) Lene Nordrum and Andreas Eriksson: Data commentary in science writing: a corpus-based comparison of research articles and master’s theses in technical fields for formative self-assessment practices Piotr Pęzik: Text and annotation mining tools in the PLEC learner corpus
Akira Murakami: Individual variation in the longitudinal development of L2 English grammatical morphemes Deise Dutra, Heliana Mello, Barbara Orfano and Carolina Grondona: Diamesia-related bundles across native and non-native written and oral corpora Lynne Flowerdew: From Learner Corpus Research to Pedagogy in EAP: Past, Present and Future Julian Brooke and Graeme Hirst: Investigating the influence of multi-L1 learner corpora variables on native language identification
Nina Reshöft: A Contrastive Interlanguage Analysis of motion events Rita Jukneviciene: Lexical bundles in written learner English: the case of Lithuanian learners Markus Dickinson and Scott Ledbetter: Using an annotated L2 Hungarian corpus to study vowel harmony development Julia Krivanek and Detmar Meurers: Word Formation Variation as Features for Native Language Identification

10:30–11:00 Coffee

11:00–12:00 Keynote: Scott Jarvis: Signals and clues in detecting crosslinguistic influence: What detectives and detectors can tell us (Borgsasalen)

12:00–12:15 Closing

12:15–13:15 Lunch