1st Symposium 2009 (Monash University, Melbourne)




Monash University (Clayton campus) , 22-23 August 2008
Venue: Building 11, SG02 (ground floor, south wing)


Friday 22 August

9:30 Registration & morning coffee (foyer)

9:50 Welcome

10:00-12:00 Panel one

Jiri Nekvapil “Noting” in Language Management Theory and beyond

Helen Marriott Language management in intercultural communication: Investigating the process of noting

Fairbrother & Masuda What factors determine whether a deviation will be noted or not?

12:00-1:00 Lunch (foyer)

1:00-3:00 Panel two

Tamah Sherman Noting as displayed by “checking” in second-language interactions: a simple management strategy

Hiromi Masumi-So Language management workshop: Probing the concept of “noting”

Rika Hayashi Language management of requests for clarification in contact situations: Focusing on the types of noted deviations

3:00-3:30 Afternoon coffee

3:30-5:30 Panel three

Minjeong Ko & Hidehiro Muraoka
Management of multi-language use among Korean-Chinese residents in Japan: An analysis of noted deviations in code-switching

Hiroyuki Nemoto Noting and evaluating the degree of contactness between Japanese and Australian academic cultures

Miwako Ohba The change in the meaning of the noting deviations: An analysis of interactions between the Japanese and an American resident in Japan (to change wording ??)

Saturday 23 August

10:00-12:00 Panel four

Sau Kuen Fan (Kanda University of International Studies)
Procedures of macro-inquiry in organized management: a focus on the notion of noting for language education

Kuniko Yoshimitsu Language management of the second-generation Japanese in post-secondary Japanese classrooms

Masato Takimoto & Hiroko Hashimoto (Monash University) Noting and “Intercultural Language Learning”: A case study of advanced-level Japanese learners

12:00-1:00 Lunch

1:00-3:00 Panel five

Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou Learners’ language management and noting in online communication with Japanese peers

Naomi Kurata Noting by Japanese language learners in their bilingual social networks

Ryuko Yokosuka Noting in a Japanese reading class

3:00-3:30 Afternoon coffee

3:30-5:15 Panel six

Satoshi Miyazaki Noting interactive community literacy by native speakers: Can LMT contribute to the development of SLA theory?

Robyn Spence-Brown Noting in other theoretical approaches

5:15 Concluding session

6:30 — Optional dinner: Samsara (modern middle eastern cuisine) 5-7 Centreway, Pinewood shopping centre, Mount Waverley. (Tel: 9887 6666) (Menu available at http://www.samsararestaurant.com.au)

Organizing committee:

Helen Marriott (Monash University, Australia)
Kuniko Yoshimitsu (Monash University, Australia)
Jiri Nekvapil (Charles University, Prague)
Hidehiro Muraoka (Chiba University, Japan)





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