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Emergent constructions – big data in learner language analyses (Workshop)

DateThursday, 30th May 2019, 00:00 - 01:00
LocationDeutsches Seminar, Nadelberg 4 4051 Basel Switzerland
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veranstalter: Martin Hilpert (Université de Neuchâtel), u.a., Ute Römer (Georgia State University)
ansprechpartner: Karin Madlener
email: karin.madlener@unibas.ch
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institution: HPSL
language: Englisch
location institution: Basel
date_raw: 30. Mai 2019
date_sort: 30.05.2019, 00:00:00

 

Kurzbeschreibung:


This workshop will bring together national and international experts in psycholinguistics, corpus linguistics, language development, and learner language analysis in order to discuss recent research findings, ongoing research projects, methodological challenges, insights of quantitative approaches, and new resources.

Vorläufiges Programm:

09:15

Welcome & introduction


9:30-10:30

Input & discussion (1): Ute Römer (Georgia State University)


How do verb constructions emerge across proficiency levels? Evidence from a large corpus of L2 learner English


10:30-11:00

Coffee


11:00-11:50

Input & discussion (2): Susanne Flach & Martin Hilpert (Université de Neuchâtel)


Growing constructions in L1: What can distributional-semantic approaches to input/output data tell us about the unlearning of overgeneralizations?


11:50-12:30

Short input (1): Katrin Skoruppa & Letizia Volpin (Université de Neuchâtel)


How big is big enough? Gathering production data from bilingual preschool children to assess early morphosyntactic and narrative skills


12:30-14:00

Lunch


14:00-14:30

Coffee


14:30-15:10

Short input (2): Steven Moran & Nick Lester (University of Zürich)


The ACQDIV project: Corpus database, methodological approaches and challenges


15:10-15:50

Short input (3): Zeynep Köylü (Bakırçay University)


Corpus compilation project “How lingua franca is it? ECOLE: ERASMUS Corpus of Learner English”


16:00-16:45

Closing discussion / Roundtable methods & brainstorming joint projects


17:30

Apéro


19:00

Dinner (Klara, Clarastr. 13, 4058 Basel)