SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22    PROGRAMME OVERVIEW 
 


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SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                         PROGR...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                  PROGRAMME OV...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                  PROGRAMME OV...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                      PROGRAMM...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                PROGRAMME OVER...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                   PROGRAMME O...
SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries 
        University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22                   PROGRAMME O...
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  1. 1. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    STRANDS: ASS Assessment ACW Academic Writing CMW Computer-mediated Writing EC Error and Error Correction FEED Feedback FLW Foreign Language Writing PED Pedagogy RES Research Methodology SLA Second Language Acquisition TEXT Textual Analyses WFS Writing from Sources WPR Writing Processes Wednesday 19th, afternoon Sala Jorge Guillén (Facultad de Letras) 15.30-19.30 Registration 1   
  2. 2. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Thursday 20th, morning Paraninfo Hall 8.00-19.30 Registration Paraninfo 8.30 Official opening Paraninfo 9.00- 9.55 Plenary 1: Tony Silva The Disciplinary Development of Second Language Writing Studies 9.55- 10.25 Coffee break Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Sala de Juntas (Dcho.) Paraninfo CMW FEED PED ACW ASS Chair: Rea Chair: Dyson  Chair: Turner  Chair: Curry Chair: Panahi Lam Hernández-García Furneaux Effects of two portfolio Corpora-research benefits Bitchener Breeze Mastering academic writing within Special 10.30 for L2 writing: error Supervisor feedback in the Teaching legal writing: voice, one discipline in one year: from ‘in assessment approaches on Session: 11.00 writing processes and analysis and the use of thesis-writing process  attitude, value the middle of nowhere’ to ‘I can FL writing: products of EFL pre-university grammar checkers do anything!’ students Reflections on Theory and O'Brien Nurmukhamedov & Gimenez ESL student writers’ Rouillon Research Racelis Crossing boundaries in L2 11.05 experiences with written Raters' assessment Teacher, please read! academic writing: Issues of 11.35 feedback received on discourses and talks: A Convener: Rosa Learners’ email writing disciplinarity, authority, and academic coursework on a qualitative approach M. Manchón behavior identity in health sciences taught masters course Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Sala de Juntas (Dcho.) 10-30- Presenters: CMW FEED PED ACW ASS 13.00 Chair: Naves Chair: Bitchener  Chair: Breeze  Chair: Nanwani Chair: Baker Melinda 11.40 Yang Marín-Pérez & Rea-Rizzo Lillis Reichelt 12.10 Nas Assessing student’s What’s locality got to do with Panahi & Birjandi Affordance and Rosa Manchón Effects of teacher and peer awareness on the writing disciplinarity? The politics of Dynamic assessment of ESL orchestration in the Robert feedback on revision process in the Bologna location in professional academic writing design of English blogs process framework. text production and evaluation DeKeyser Tunceren Neumann Hwang Chen Graeme Porte Bunce Effects of intentional Information management A case study of the influence Determining proficiency in 12.15 Discipline-specific skills for writing academic vocabulary and grammar ssessment: of freewriting on writing second language writing 12.45 in literature and linguistics: a study on L2 writers and What do teachers attend to fluency and confidence of EFL research corpus study  writing in L2 writing?  college-level students Paraninfo 13.05- 14.00 Plenary 2: Alister Cumming Why Does Second-Language Writing have to Be so Complicated? Lunch 2   
  3. 3. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Thursday 20th, afternoon Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Paraninfo Hemiciclo FEED PED SLA Chair: Neumann Chair: Coleman Núñez Chair: Cabrejas Cheng Plumlee Basterrechea & García-Mayo Invited Invited 15.30- Teacher’s and students’ perceptions Representation of disciplinary Collaborative writing and noticing in Colloquium: Colloquium : 16.00 of onlinepPeer review: A case study in knowledge by graduate student an EFL setting: The facilitative role of Writing from Research in L2 an EFL writing class in Taiwan writers in L2 English a pushed output task Sources Writing in CLIL Santos & López-Serrano (Content and Cimasko El-ebyary & Windeatt Learning, noticing, and the Conveners: Language 16.05- From public to pedagogical: Modifying The impact of computer-based processing of written feedback: The Charlene Polio & Integrated 16.35 feedback on students’ written work genres for the classroom differential effect of error correction Ling Shi Learning) and reformulation Contexts Across Presenters: Europe Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Diane Pecorari FEED PED SLA 15.30- Bojana Petric Convener: Chair: Johnson Chair: Furneaux Chair: Yan Zhang 18.00 Charlene Polio Rachel Whittaker Jingjing Dyson Turner Ling Shi Chinese EFL students’ strategies in How can SLA theory clarify the debate 16.40- Blurred boundaries: working with providing computer-mediated peer about the effectiveness of corrective Discussant: 17.10 feedback in peer assessment activity others' words in the age of global feedback? - A ‘teachability’ study of Presenters: Englishes Mary Jane Curry Debbie Coetzee- in L2 writing classroom: a case study research questions Lachmann Lena Heine Heini-Marja Maerlein Li 17.15- Järvinen CALL for a new best practice for An empirical Study of "writing-reading Yolanda Ruiz de 17-45 feedback on student compositions comparison" in L2 writing classes Zarobe Rachel Whittaker 18.00- Coffee break 18-25 Paraninfo 18.30- Plenary 3: Dwight Atkinson 19.25 Understanding the Social and the Cultural in Second Language Writing 19.30 Welcome reception (sponsored by John Benjamins, Mouton de Gruyter and Multilingual Matters) 3   
  4. 4. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Friday 21st, morning Paraninfo Hall 8.00- 19.30 Registration Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Sala de Juntas (Derecho) Paraninfo FLW PED EC SLA WFS Chair: Angel-Villegas Chair: Lillis Chair: Plumlee Chair: Xiao Chair: Pecorari Special Session: Ahern Beckett & Nam Baerlocher Rocha Lucha Cuadros & Díaz Harwood Genres in Collaborative story Korean ESL graduate Lexical errors and The incidence of Focus Demystifying the rhetorical Interntional writing in teacher students learning to typological proximity in on Form in written functions of academic 8.15- Contexts education: write in their disciplines: written productions productions citation for postgraduate 8.45 schoolchildren and Where and how? second-language writers: student teachers research-based teaching communicating in EFL materials Convener: Ann Jiménez-Catalán, Saenkhum Johnson Zhang, Zhang & Gong Petric & Harwood Johns Agustín-Llach & Sullivan Disciplinary faculty Which Annoys” raters Bilingual students’ use They want us to be critical’: Overall structure and members’ and ESL more? Second language of writing strategies for An interview-based study of 8.15- Presenters: 8.50- lexical cohesion in a students’ views on writing errors or non- text production in ESL the citing behaviour of a 10.00 9.20 corpus of letters by disciplinary and standard dialect writing successful second-language Ann Johns adolescent Spanish EFL academic writing: errors? writer Guillaume Gentil learners Bridging the gap across disciplines Natasha Neff, Bunce, Rica, Curry Evans, Hartshorn & Allen Pidchamook Cheung Artemeva Dafouz & Genís What engineers do: Written ccorrective Thai EFL writers’ writing Visible and occluded citation Jana Fox Teaching argumentation: Comparing the practices feedback: Do they? How strategies: A in master’s dissertations: 9.25- Using form/function of writing for publication do they? And why? sociocultural perspective The case of Singapore 9.55 descriptors in an EFL with official sources of university academic advice context Paraninfo 10.05- Plenary 4: Lourdes Ortega 11.00 Exploring the Interfaces between Second Language Writing and Second Language Acquisition 11.00- Coffee break 11.25   4   
  5. 5. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Friday 21st, morning Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Sala de Juntas (Derecho) Paraninfo FLW PED RES WPR WFS Chair: Reichelt Chair: Wetzl  Chair: Neff  Chair: Xiao  Chair: Cheung Special Session : Zhang, Zhang, Gong & Gunnarsson Reynolds Reiman, Mustonen & Text production in L2 Kiss Meta-knowledge McCulloch Publishing Seilonen French and the writer’s Investigating the formation and variation The use of source Workshop 11.30- Methodological aspects on concentration on low relationship between in a global English material in academic 12.00 bilingual students’ self- studying L2 writing in level linguistic aspects writing and its effect on university  different domains of during the formulation Presenters: regulated learning and argumentation   language  process: results from a Ann Corney composition quality longitudinal study (Elsevier) Wette Leih Urzua-Beltran Kim Nicolás-Conesa Developing L2 students’ Portfolio design for L2 Theoretical and Reading aloud for Ilona Leki & Rosa 12.00- A comparative study of ability to write using academic literacy: pedagogical uses of a revision in L2 writing: Manchón (Journal 12.30 EFL learners’ and integrating learning context-specific learner Insights gained from sources: Progress in and of Second teachers’ writing goals. beyond a university-level models  corpus of academic writing introspective data  Language unit of instruction 11.30- Writing))   Poolpoem Xiao Klitgård, Pecorari, 13.00 Factors that impede L2 Text, cognition, and McMillion & Shaw Lourdes Ortega writing: A study of EFL context: Toward a Summary, paraphrase (Language contexts in Thailand unifying hypothesized and plagiarism in Learning) model of second academic writing language writing  Graeme Porte 12.30- (Language 13.00 Teaching) Christine Casanave Ann Johns Paul Kei Matsuda Paraninfo 13.05- Plenary 5: Mark Torrance 14.00 Cognitive Processes in Text Production – What is Planned When? Lunch 5   
  6. 6. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Friday 21st, afternoon Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Paraninfo Hemiciclo PED FLW SLA Chair: Jiménez-Catalán Chair: Urzúa-Beltrán Chair: Bradford Chandrasegaran Celaya Cabrejas-Peñuelas Invited Special Session: Exploring the use of rhetorical From simple sentences to L1 use while writing in the L2: An Colloquium : L2 15.30- move analysis as a pedagogical subordination? The empirical study of two Spanish Writers as L2 L2 Writing Assessment 16.00 tool for academic writing development of syntactic students of various proficiency levels patterns in a longitudinal study Learners Research of EFL writing Rabbani & Masoodi Naves Cho Convener: Conscious self-editors: a by- What learners’ EFL Multiple Bi-directional rhetorical transfer in the John Norris product of peer review tasks Writing Profiles can tell us about L1 and L2 writing of Korean ESL and 16.05- the long-term effects of an early EFL writer 16.35 start on writing performance Convener: Presenters: and overall proficiency in a FL Heidi Byrnes Beverly Baker context. Anne Nebel Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Icy Lee PED FLW SLA 15.30- Chair: Cohen Chair: Poolpoem Chair: Bradford Presenters: 18.00 Xiao Muñoz Breuer Meg Gebhard The Impact of building formal EFL writing development: The Influence of L1 on FL academic Heidi Byrnes schemata on ESL writing validity of quantitative language writing JoAnne Neff performance: A focus on second measures and developmental Kerry Kephart 16.40- sentence in paragraph interpretations 17.10 coherence RES Chair: Bradford Janssen, Angel-Villegas & Davis Zhang Casanave Academic writing curricular A corpus-based study of Distancing: Issues in research writing 17.15- development: A case study from adversative conjunctives: How when informants and researchers do 17.45 one Colombian university PhD Chinese EFL learners signal not share languages  level academic English course counter-expectations in writing  series 18.00- Coffee break 18.25 Paraninfo 18.30- Plenary 6: Paul Kei Matsuda 19.30 The Disciplinary Division of Labor: A Decade Later 21.00 Conference dinner 6   
  7. 7. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Saturday 22nd, morning Paraninfo Hall 8.00-13.30 Registration Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Aula 1.16 Paraninfo FLW ACW TEXT CMW PED Chair: Celaya Chair: Saenkhum Chair: Hawes Chair: Turceren Chair: Wald Special Session : Bradford & McCulloch Salski Carrió-Pastor Dykstra Cohen & Leoni How well do we The "I hope" and the Assertiveness as a Hybrid Habits: the Dual language identity 8.15- prepare our L2 writers "I'm scared" of writing marker of language classroom, the Internet, texts: Making connections Written corrective 8.45 feedback: Expanding for studying abroad? a BA dissertation variation and EFL students’ between the known and   research-based writing the unknown  the Research Agenda. Sasaki Siczek & Knight Hijikata Ho Taylor Japanese students L2 writers: Developing The use of the The Impacts of face-to- Indigenous parents write learning to write in skills to join the personal pronoun “it” face and computer- identity texts as counter- Conveners: 8.50- English: A longitudinal university literacy in academic essays mediated peer review on narratives  8.15- Liz Murphy & Julio Roca 9.20 analysis of the effects community written by Japanese Taiwanese EFL learners’ 10.00 of study-abroad EFL master’s students writing quality and Presenters: experiences revisions Llanes & Serrano Thongrin Olmos Hu & Wu Wetzl Neomi Storch The impact of the Writing for Crossing disciplinary Building cohesion ties in Expressing multicultural Anthony Bruton study abroad publications: The boundaries: Voice in scientific academic identity through language: Charlene Polio 9.25- experience on the issues and stumbling sciences and writing through IWiLL The Romanian bloggers’ 9.55 development of blocks for periphery engineering RA EFL discourse written performance researchers in writing professional setting Paraninfo 10.05- Plenary 7: Gert Rijlaardsdam 11.00 L1-L2 Writing Processes, Text Quality and Learner Characteristics: Empirical Studies 11.00- Coffee break 11.25         7   
  8. 8. SSLW 2010: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries  University of Murcia, Spain ‐ May 20‐22  PROGRAMME OVERVIEW    Saturday 22nd, morning   Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero Antonio Soler Paraninfo FLW ACW TEXT PED (pannel) Chair: Marín Chair: Salski Chair: Carrió-Pastor Chair: Giménez LANGUAGE LEARNING Byrne Chang Janssen, Nausa-Triana & Soto- ROUND TABLE: EFL writing in a for profit Revisiting the Legitimacy of Quintero 11.30- language school Literacies: Whose Voices? Spanish (L1) and English (L2) 12.00 NNES Learners’ Voices in Writing: Qualitatively and Their Writings  Quantitatively Analyzing Content Cross-Pollinations in and Organization L2 Writing Research Roberge, Rosado & Gallego Coleman Núnez Ono Wald & Across Continents Writing expository discourse Culture Learning through L2 A comparison of the structure of Losey in an L2: the nonnative Reflective Writing  L2 summaries written by attainment of a detached Japanese and Taiwanese 12.00- stance postgraduate students Academic writing for Convener: Ilona Leki 12.30 linguistically and culturally diverse student populations Presenters:   11.30- Alister Cumming Hemiciclo Jorge Guillén Mariano Baquero 13. 30 Icy Lee FLW ACW TEXT Paul Kei Matsuda Chair: Rabbani Chair: Olmos Chair: Carrió-Pastor Lourdes Ortega Tarnanen & Mäntylä Hawes Fernandez-Toledo Charlene Polio Development of cohesion Theme-Rheme Strategies for Use of false cognates in the 12.30- Gert Rijlaarsdam and coherence in second Student Writing in L2 writing of ESAP students 13.00 language texts by young Julio Roca de Larios   Miyuki Sasaki learners Toledo, Forns & Perera Nanwani   The elaboration of the Challenges lived by Colombian 13.00- information in expository university students in 13-30 written texts in Spanish L2 developing academic writing based on the Anglo-American paradigm. Paraninfo 13.35 Closing remarks     8   

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