Reed Presents at International Symposium on Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching

Professor Marnie Reed is presenting at the 5th annual International Symposium on Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching, hosted by Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa.  The Symposium is on September 20th to 21st, 2013.

Reed is participating in two sessions during the Symposium: a roundtable discussion and a lecture talk. In the roundtable discussion, Reed will lead conversation on the English Syllable and its importance for intelligibility. Her lecture talk is titled Connecting Pronunciation to Listening: Raising Learner and Instructor Metacognition.

The International Symposium is an annual conference inviting linguistic professionals together to discuss research and practice. This year, the Symposium will focus on “Pronunciation” and its value for language learning skills.

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