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Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Researchers with a fixed-term contract | Educational linguistics

Lynn Mastellotto

+39 0472 014246

BX A3.00
Faculty of Education
Regensburger Allee 16 - viale Ratisbona, 16
Office hours
Wednesday, 10:30 - 11:30
By appointment

Short bio

Originally from Canada, Lynn Mastellotto obtained a BA & MA at McGill University, a PGCE at Oxford University, and a PhD at University of East Anglia. She works primarily in educational linguistics with a focus on second-language acquisition processes and English language education. She conducts research on teacher effectiveness in language input and interaction strategies in inclusive bi-/multilingual classrooms, as well as on multimodal approaches for cultivating learners' multiliteracies. In addition, she is involved in developing curricula on English for specific and academic purposes (ESAP) and in supporting professors in integrating content and language in EMI / ICLHE. Finally, she is interested in migration literature from a sociolinguistic and discourse studies perspective.


Cycle of seminars study year

15125 · PhD General Pedagogy - 2017 · EN

English for Professional and Academic Purposes

51092 · L-LIN/12 · L-39 Social Work · EN

English for Social Work

53141 · L-LIN/12 · LM-87 IRIS - 2020 · EN

Introduction to academic writing

19000 · L-LIN/12 · Center for Academic Writing · EN

Teaching of English and Learning Activities with a Focus on Written Skills (Lab.)

11427B · L-LIN/12 · LM-85 bis Education Italian section · EN

Main Research Areas

Educational linguistics and language teaching
Languages and multilingualism in South Tyrol
Language learning and processing - ERC SH4_8 
Migration narratives


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