The 2019 Second Language Research Form will be hosted by Michigan State University’s Second Language Studies Program.
Second Language Studies (SLS) is a Ph.D. program for researchers and teacher-researchers interested in second language acquisition, applied linguistics, bilingualism, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, pragmatics, and language assessment. The program currently has 10 core faculty members and 32 students, who are engaged in contributing to the ongoing scholarly debates in the field of SLA and applied linguistics. For more information on the SLS program, please visit the SLS webpage.
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