The BAAL TEASIG coordinating committee members


Sathena Chan

(University of Bedfordshire)

Ordinary Member

Sha Liu

( University of Bristol)

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Hye-won Lee

(Cambridge Assessment English)

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Meetings Coordinator

Qian Zhang

(University of Northampton)

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Ordinary Member

Nathaniel Owen

(Oxford University Press)

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Communications Officer

Mark Griffiths

(Trinity College London)

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Special Ordinary Member

Nicola Latimer

(University of Bedfordshire)

The BAAL TEASIG steering committee members

The TEA SIG is also supported and guided by a Steering Committee consisting of:

  • Vivien Berry

  • Liz Hamp-Lyons

  • Barry O'Sullivan

  • Pauline Rea-Dickins

  • Lynda Taylor

Previous BAAL TEASIG committee members
  • Gemme Belhouse (Ordinary member, 2018-2020)

  • Jing Xiu (Treasurer, 2018-2020)

  • Elaine Boyd (Convenor, 2017-2019)

  • Sathena Chan (Communications Officer, 2017-2019)

  • Glyn Jones (Ordinary member, 2017-2019)

  • Nahal Khabbazbashi (Treasurer, 2016-2018)

  • Judith Fairbairn (Meetings Coordinator, 2016-2018)

  • Jamie Dunlea (Convenor, 2015-2017)

  • Chihiro Inoue (Communications Officer, 2015-2017)

  • Luke Harding (Ordinary member, 2014-2017)

  • Vivien Berry (Convenor, 2010-2014)

  • Evelina Galaczi (Meetings Coordinator, 2010-2015)

  • Fumiyo Nakatsuhara (Communications Officer, 2010-2014)

  • Guoxing Yu (Deputy Convenor, 2010-2012)

14:15 Online sign-in opens

14:30  Webinar welcome and introductions

             - Dr Veronika Timpe-Laughlin: Overview of the methodological developments is assessing L2 pragmatics

             #3 minutes students and researchers give presentations and discuss research questions

              # Shishi Zhang (University College London): Assessment of L2 pragmatic competence using video-conferencing

              # Małgorzata Turska: Relating pragmatic features of professional spoken English to level descriptors of the CEFR

              # Ananda Muhammad (Iowa State University): The construct of pragmatic competence in a university setting as
                  evidenced by a domain analysis

             Wider audience discussion of issues relating to pragmatics and language assessment


16:00 Close