Thursday, 29 December
587. Year of Languages 2005: Research on Heritage Language Learners
7:15–8:30 p.m., Edison, Washington Hilton
Program arranged by the Division on Applied Linguistics
Presiding: Hiram H. Maxim, Georgetown Univ.
1. “Condensation Symbols and Their Implications for the Teaching of Heritage and Less Commonly Taught Languages,” Natasha Azarian, Univ. of California, Berkeley
2. “Native Instincts: Knowledge of the Subjunctive in Volitional Contexts among Heritage Learners of Spanish,” Ariana Mikulski, Univ. of Iowa
3. “A Language in Search of a Speech Community: A Twenty-First-Century Yiddish Heritage Pedagogy,” Sarah T. Bailey, Univ. of California, Berkeley