Dr Alexandra Vraciu from the University of Lleida will give a talk on Thursday, November 10, at 16:00 about Training for peer interaction: The impact of interactional instruction on primary school learners’ attitudes and use of interactional strategies (Room: Arcanum A 268, zoom: please ask Minna Maijala for the link)
Dr Alexandra Vraciu holds a PhD in English Language and Linguistics from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense. She is a Serra Húnter Fellow at the Faculty of Education, University of Lleida (Spain), where she also coordinates the Secondary Education Teacher Training M.A. programme. She teaches EFL didactics for pre-school and primary education and classroom-based research methods. Her research interests include the characteristics of learner varieties, in particular the advanced learner variety, the development of tense-aspect morphology in EFL, and the L2 learning impact of content-based approaches such as CLIL, EMI and TBLT.