Presentations

    2017-Present

Godfroid, A. (2018, March).


Eye-tracking research across SLA disciplines: A synthetic review. Presentation at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference 2018 at Chicago, USA.

Winke, P., Gass, S. (2018, March)


 “Seeing” Arabic Learners Process New Vocabulary during Captioned-video Watching: An Eye-Tracking Study. Presentation at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference 2018 at Chicago, USA.

Winke, P., Gass, S., & Hunley, E. (2018, October) 


Observations of the “Attention Spike” during Arabic learners’ captioned-video watching: An eye-tracking study on vocabulary learning. Presentation at Second Language Research Forum 2018 at Montreal, Canada.

Koval,  N. (2018, March)


 Testing the deficient processing account of the spacing effect in L2 vocabulary learning: Evidence from eye-tracking.Presentation at American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference 2018 at Chicago, USA.

He, X. & Li, W. (2018, April) 


Working memory, inhibitory control, and learning L2 grammar with input-output activities: Evidence from eye movements. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, Chicago, USA.

Lee, J., & Son, M. (2018, October)


Simultaneous attention to form and meaning: An eye-tracking study and conceptual replication. Paper presentation at Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) at Montreal, Canada.

Li, W., & He, X. (2017, October).


The effectiveness of written output on promoting L2 learners’ attention: An eye-tracking study. Poster presented at the 2017 Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) at Columbus, USA.

    2015-2016

Winke, P. (2016, January).


Using eye-tracking to investigate the cognitive validity of various language assessment practices. Paper to the Psycholinguistics Group at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Winke, P., Lee, S., Walter, D., Weyant, K., Thirakunkovit, S, & Yan, X. (2015, March).


What does the Cloze test really test? A replication with eye-tracking data. Paper presentation at the Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC), Toronto, Canada.

Godfroid, A. (2015, September).


Eye movements during task-based performance: What have we learned? [Colloquium discussant]. Paper at the Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching, Leuven, Belgium.

Godfroid, A. (2015, June).


Using eye-tracking to investigate questions about implicit and explicit learning/knowledge. Three-hour workshop at the Symposium on New Directions in Implicit and Explicit Language Learning, Lancaster, UK.

Ballard, L. & Lee, S. (2015, July).


Young Learners and Computerized Assessment: An Eye-tracking Study. Invited talk at the Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C.

Ballard, L. & Lee, S. (2015, March).


How young children respond to online reading and speaking test tasks: the computerization of TOEFL primary reading and speaking tasks. Paper presented at the Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC), Toronto, Cananda.

 

Gass, S. (2015, November).


Captions: Why and how are they useful in teaching listening skills?. Asia TEFL International Conference, Nanjing, China.

Gass, S. (2015, March).


From Classroom to Theory and Back Again: A look at the role of captions. Language in Focus Conference, Capadocia, Turkey.

Gass, S. (2015, November).


Should we or should we not use captions? Beijing Normal University.

Gass, S., Winke, P, & Ahn, I. (2015, March).


Testing the dual processing theory in the context of captions: An eye tracking study. Paper presentation at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) conference, Toronto, Canada.

Godfroid, A. (2015).


Learning vocabulary through extended reading: An eye-tracking study. Plenary talk at the International Conference on Cognitive Research on Translation and Interpreting, Macau, China, November 2015.

 

Winke, P. (2015, October).


Investigations into language assessment using eye-tracking methods. Invited plenary address at the East Coast Organization of Language Testers (ECOLT) conference, Washington, DC.

 

Ahn, J., Ballard, L., Choi, I., Cui, Y., Johnston, S., Lee, S., Yoon, H., & Godfroid, A. (2015, October).


Incidental vocabulary learning from novel-reading: An eye-tracking study. Paper to the Second Language Research Forum, Atlanta, GA.

Winke, P. (2015, October).


Investigations into language assessment using eye tracking methods. Plenary at the East Coast Organization of Language Testers (ECOLT), Washington, DC.

2013-2014

Godfroid, A., Loewen, S., Jung, S., Park, J., Gass, S., & Ellis, R. (2014, September).


Construct validity of grammaticality judgment tests: An eye-tracking perspective. Paper to the European Second Language Association, York.

Winke, P. (2014, June).


Why multiple-choice and constructed-response listening test items are difficult. Paper presentation in the colloquium Critical issues in assessing L2 listening ability: Construct and consequential validity at the Language Testing Research Colloquium, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Winke, P. (2013, September).


Eye-tracking methods for L2 testing research. Two three-hour preconference workshops before the Midwest Association of Language Testers annual meeting at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Godfroid, A. (2013).


Do adult second language learners teach themselves? Evidence from eye movements and verbal reports. Paper at the Linguistics Colloquium at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, January 2013.

Godfroid, A. (2013).


From absence of evidence to evidence of absence: The effects of think-alouds and eye-tracking on thought processes. Paper to the Psycholinguistics Group at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, November 2013.

 

2010-2012

Godfroid, A. (2012).


The roles of attention and awareness in second language acquisition: New methodological perspectives. Paper at the Symposium of Second Language Acquisition at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, December 2012.

 

Housen, A., Godfroid, A., & Boers, F. (2012).


Re(de)fining the construct of noticing. The role and nature of attention and awareness in SLA. Paper to the Department of Linguistics Speaker Series, Georgetown, Washington, DC, March 2012.

Winke, P., Gass, S., & Sydorenko, T. (2010, March).


The use of captions during video-based listening tasks by learners of Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish: An eye-tracking study. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics conference, Atlanta, GA.

 

Sydorenko, T., & Winke, P. (2010, October).


Methodological constraints and information on purchasing eye tracking equipment. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum, College Park, MD.

Loewen, S., Inceoglu, S., & Winke, P. (2010, October).


Using eye-tracking to investigate input enhancement. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum, College Park, MD.