Presentations

2nd Conference New Trends to Foreign Language Teaching

May 16, 2018

Pascual, Daniel: “How to exploit travel blogs in the EFL classroom from a genre-based approach” Abstract As digital natives, Secondary Education students should be provided with enough opportunities in the English as a Foreign Language classroom to properly enhance their…

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36th AESLA 2018: Conference Applied Linguistics and Knowledge Transfer: Employability, Internationalization and Social Challenges

Apr 21, 2018

Plo-Alastrué, Ramón, and Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Disseminating academic knowledge through digital interactive genres: Are Spanish scholars meeting this social challenge?” Abstract Researchers are nowadays encouraged to meet certain social challenges, posed for instance by H2020, in order to increase their reputation,…

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36th AESLA 2018: Conference Applied Linguistics and Knowledge Transfer: Employability, Internationalization and Social Challenges

Apr 21, 2018

Pascual, Daniel: “What can I find in a travel blog? The writing of posts by ELF speakers” Abstract Currently the digital world is offering new modes of communication that enable a more immediate and dialogical interaction. Within it, the blog…

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MET 2018: Oliver Shaw conducted a workshop on genre analysis

Apr 6, 2018

Oliver Shaw was invited by the professional association Mediterranean Editors and Translators (MET) to conduct a workshop on genre analysis in Milan (Italy), April 6th 2018. The abstract of this workshop, which was titled “The discussion section in academic research…

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CLAVIER 2017: Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge

Dec 2, 2017

Mur-Dueñas, Pilar: “Academics’ digital discursive practices in English: A genre-based analysis of the websites of international research projects” Abstract Academics’ discursive practices are becoming more and more varied and demanding as it seems to be increasingly necessary not only to…

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CLAVIER 2017: Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge

Dec 2, 2017

Lorés-Sanz, Rosa: “International online conference announcements. A generic and an intercultural approach” Abstract International academic interaction is nowadays mainly taking place on digital platforms. This is the case, for instance, with conference announcements, which are disseminated internationally through distribution lists.…

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1st CAAD 2017: International Conference Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse

Nov 24, 2017

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Authors’ visibility in medical discourse: is there a single framework of corpus analysis to fit it all?” Abstract This study aims to contribute to the concept of writer’s visibility inspired by approaches to the analysis of identity in…

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An InterGedi researcher participated in a panel chaired by Sally Burgess and made up of applied linguists and researcher-practitioners. They explored the benefits of cross-pollination between those who work with users of EAL and researchers who explore the phenomenon of multilingual academic text production.

Jun 16, 2017

Shaw, Oliver: Learning from one another: a dialogue between applied linguists and researcher practitioners Abstract The critical stance many applied linguists now adopt calls into question the values and practices of the globalized publishing industry and examines the implications for…

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IX CILC 2017: International Conference on Corpus Linguistics

Jun 2, 2017

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Academic and knowledge dissemination genres analysed from the standpoint of interpersonality: research articles and their electronic dissemination adaptations” Abstract This paper studies the applicability of interpersonal metadiscourse (IM) as a framework and the subsequent limitations it poses. My…

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IX CILC 2017: International Conference on Corpus Linguistics

Jun 2, 2017

Corona, Isabel: “The construction of shared feelings: analysis of affect in a corpus of obituary comments in online newspapers” Abstract The comments section in online newspapers consists of a slot found below an article’s body text where readers may post…

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