Professor Reed Presents at New Sounds 2013 Conference

Professor Marnie Reed will be presenting at the New Sounds 2013 Conference: International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech. The conference will be held from May 17-19, 2013 at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The New Sounds Conference invites over 200 scholars, researchers, and students working in and interested in the field of second language speech learning. The conference will cover a span of topics, “from speech perception and  production, to prosody, pronunciation teaching, bilingual and third language acquisition, as well as psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics.”

Reed will be presenting on her paper, Investigating meta-cognition in L2 listening: Evidence to support a strategic approach, during the Effects of Instructions session. Reed’s study investigated a strategy-based meta-cognitive approach to teaching listening skills.

Learn more about Reed’s presentation and the New Sounds 2013 Conference here.

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