14.763, Confs: Portuguese for Spanish Speakers, AZ USA

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Subject: 14.763, Confs: Portuguese for Spanish Speakers, AZ USA

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Date:  Sat, 15 Mar 2003 13:06:23 +0000
From:  anac at u.arizona.edu
Subject:  Symposium on Portuguese for Spanish Speakers: Acquisition and Teaching

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Date:  Sat, 15 Mar 2003 13:06:23 +0000
From:  anac at u.arizona.edu
Subject:  Symposium on Portuguese for Spanish Speakers: Acquisition and Teaching


Symposium on Portuguese for Spanish Speakers: Acquisition and Teaching
Short Title: Portuguese for Spanish

Date: 21-Mar-2003 - 23-Mar-2003
Location: Tucson, AZ, United States of America
Contact: Ana Carvalho
Contact Email: anac at u.arizona.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.ku.edu/~brasilis/symposium/index

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics
Subject Language: Portuguese
Subject Language Family: Romance

Meeting Description:

Symposium on the teaching of Portuguese for Spanish Speakers.
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
March 21-23, 2003.

Organizers:

Ana Maria Carvalho
University of Arizona
Symposium Chair

Antônio R. M. Simões	      Lyris Wiedemann
   University of Kansas	      Stanford University

Keynote Speaker:

José Carlos Paes de Almeida
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Campinas, Brasil

Moderators:

Ana Maria Carvalho, University of Arizona
John B. Jensen, Florida International University
Orlando Kelm, University of Texas, Austin
Dale Koike, University of Texas, Austin
Carmen Chaves Tesser, University of Georgia
Antônio R. M. Simões, University of Kansas
Lyris Wiedemann, Stanford University

Friday, March 21
All presentations in Integrated Learning Center 125

1:00-3:00: 	Registration, coffee and cookies
3:00-3:30:	Welcome from organizers
3:30-5:00:      Round Table 1: Past, Present, and Future of
the Teaching of Portuguese for Spanish Speakers
Moderator: Carmen Chaves Tesser
Middlebury College and University of Georgia
Carmen Chaves Tesser
Middlebury College and University of Georgia
Brazilian Portuguese for Spanish Speakers: Back to the Future.
Caroline White
The College of St. Catherine
Portuguese Revisited: Decades of Change.
Keith Johnson
University of Arizona
What is a Spanish Speaker?
5:00-5:15:	Coffee Break
5:15-6:15:		Keynote Speaker:
José Carlos Paes de Almeida Filho
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brasil
Métodos de ensino de português para falantes de espanhol: uma
actualização.
7:00:		Reception at the Marriot (880 E. 2nd St.)

Saturday, March 22
All presentations in Integrated Learning Center 125
8:00-8:30:	Breakfast

8:30-10:00:     Round Table 2: Sociolinguistic Competence in
Portuguese by Spanish Speakers Moderator: Dale Koike
University of Texas, Austin
Mércia Santana Flannery
Georgetown University
Using Different Speech Genres to Develop Sociolinguistic Competence.
Dale Koike and Vivian Flanzer
University of Texas, Austin
Pragmatic Transfer from Spanish to Portuguese as an L3.
Gláucia Silva and Denise Santos
Ohio State University and University of Reading
Ensinando português para hispanofalantes: contrastes, transferências e
a voz do aprendiz.
10:00-10:30:	Coffee Break
10:30-12:00:    Round Table 3: Acquisition and teaching of Portuguese
phonology and phonetics to Spanish Speakers
Moderator: Antônio R. M. Simões
University of Kansas
Linda Calk
New Mexico State University
Identification of Success Rates in Portuguese.
Daniele Marcelle Grannier
Universidade Federal de Brasília
Grandes dificuldades de comunicação devidas a pequenas falhas de
pronúncia.
Marianne Akerberg
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
A importância da palavra escrita para a pronúncia.
12:00-1:00:     Lunch on the Patio
1:00-2:30:      Round Table 4: Testing and Assessment of Portuguese by
Spanish Speakers
Moderator: John B. Jensen
Florida International University
Antônio R. M. Simões
University of Kansas
The Brazilian Portuguese CAT.
Erendira D. Camarena Ortiz
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Estratégias básicas para a avaliação da compreensão de leitura para
hispanofalantes.
Matilde Scaramucci and Meirélen S. A. Rodrigues
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Compreensão (oral e escrita) e produção escrita no exame CELPE-Bras:
análise do desempenho de candidatos hispanofalantes.
2:30-3:00:	Coffee Break
3:00-4:30:      Round Table 5: Acquisition and Teaching of Portuguese
Morphology and Lexicon to Spanish Speakers
Moderator: Ana Maria Carvalho
University of Arizona
John B. Jensen
Florida International University
The Relative Influence of Spanish and English in Portuguese Writing of
Bilingual Students.
Mônica Maria Rio Nobre, Ana Catarina Moraes Ramos Nobre de Mello,
Danúsia, Torres dos Santos, and Patrícia Maria Campos de Almeida
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Português para hispanofalantes: Primeiros episódios de um projeto de pesquisa.
Clarice Deal
Arizona State University
The Didactic Note in Portuguese: Pedagogical Factors in the Use of
Music in Foreign Language Instruction.
7:30:		Banquet at El Parador (2744 E. Broadway)

Sunday, March 23
All presentations in Modern Languages 310
8:30-9:00: 	Breakfast
9:00-11:00:	Round Table 6: Portuguese for Special Purposes
Moderator: Lyris Wiedemann
Stanford University
Orlando Kelm
University of Texas, Austin
Portuguese for Special Purposes: It Applies 100% of the Time.
Mark A. Lokensgard
St. Marys University of San Antonio
Preparing Spanish-Speaking Business Students for Study Abroad in Brazil.
Toni Cowles
Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies at the
University of Pennsylvania
Leveraging Cognate Languages in a Business Program: the Portuguese
Model.
Mary Risner
University of Florida
Strategies for Increasing Course Offerings and Enrollment in Business
Portuguese.
11:00-11:15:	Coffee Break
11:15-12:15:	Round Table 7: Linguistic Varieties and Teaching
Moderator: Orlando Kelm
University of Texas, Austin
Talia Bugel
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
As attitudes de professors e estudantes de espanhol como lingual
estrangeira no Brasil, perante as variedades diatópicas do espanhol.
Antonio Ladeira
Texas Tech University
A variante brasileira v. a variante européia do português: vantagens,
problemas, possibilidades pedagógicas.
12:15:		Closing





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