Organised by the Centre for Research and Enterprise in Language (CREL), University of Greenwich (UK) and the Centre for Linguistics, Language Education and Acquisition Research (CLLEAR), University of Southampton (UK) with the collaboration of the Center for Language Science (CLS) from Pennsylvania State University (USA).
This international summer school offers an immersive learning experience on multiple facets on multilingualism facilitated by scholars internationally recognised, and the opportunity to access international networks. The course is highly interactive and takes a holistic approach, covering topics that range from the theoretical underpinnings of language analysis, development and processing, to the quantitative analysis of the data. Classes and workshops will be delivered online over the course of one week. Registered participants will receive a link to course documentation including key readings, some to prepare prior to the lectures.
Teaching language: English
Location: Online – participants will receive materials and links to courses
Early bird fee (up to 1st June): £250
Regular fee: £300
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What Participants Will Learn
- Evidence in second language acquisition
- Native language attrition
- Heritage language acquisition
- Third language acquisition
- Syntactic analyses relevant to multilingualism research
- Quantitative methods
What Participants Will Get
- A five-day immersive learning experience comprising different aspects of multilingualism
- Workshops on the quantitative analysis of data
- Invitation to an open public lecture on the last day of the course
- A certificate of attendance, upon active engagement throughout the week
Who Should Attend?
The course is suitable for graduates who want to get a head start in postgraduate studies as well as masters or doctoral students interested in honing their knowledge and broadening their networks internationally. The course can also be attractive to language practitioners interested in getting an overview of current knowledge of language learning processes and how they are investigated.
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