Researchers with a fixed-term contract | English language education
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 teacher education, focusing on second-language acquisition processes and English foreign language pedagogy. She conducts research on teacher effectiveness in language input and interaction strategies in inclusive bi-/multilingual classrooms, as well as on multimodal approaches (children's literature & storytelling) for cultivating young learners' multiliteracies. In addition, she is involved in developing curricula on English for specific and academic purposes (ESAP) across disciplines and in supporting professors in EMI course design and delivery for the integration of content and language in higher education (ICLHE).
12455 · L-LIN/12 · L-20 Communication - 2012 · EN
11339B · L-LIN/12 · LM-85 bis Education Italian section · EN
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Languages and multilingualism in South Tyrol