Language Acquisition, Multilingualism, and Teaching
LAMiNATE is a cross-disciplinary interdepartmental research platform dedicated to all areas of language acquisition, multilingualism, and language teaching/assessment.
LAMiNATE Talks: Mikael Novén (Lund University). The shape of a good learner: brain structure correlates of L2-learning aptitudes
LAMiNATE Talks: Annika Andersson (Linnaeus University), Hanna Lindfors (Linnaeus University) & Kristina Hansson (Lund University). A simple word not understood affects comprehension of a discourse:a study of Arabic speaking pre-schoolers acquiring Swedish
LAMiNATE Talks: Johanna Carlie, Roger Johansson & Jonas Brännström (Lund University). Listening effort and Swedish as a second language in the classroom
LAMiNATE Talks: Jasone Cenoz (University of the Basque Country). Pedagogical translanguaging and CLIL
LAMiNATE Talks: Tina Gunnarsson (Lund University). Preparing multilingual students to write a text in English L2
LAMiNATE aims to create a sustainable and resilient research environment allowing researchers to meet and develop their research, promoting capacity-building through strengthened collaborations, and the development of innovative strategic research plans for future cutting-edge research.