Yamamoto, M. (2022, March 19–22). Materials as socializing agents: Sociomaterial exploration of multimodal academic discourse socialization in a geoscience classroom [Paper presentation]. American Association for Applied Linguistics, Pittsburgh, PA, United States.
Graduate Student Award, American Association for Applied Linguistics 2022 (Value: $850 USD)
Koizumi, R., Inoue, C., Fukuzawa, M., Yokouchi, Y., & Yamamoto, M. (2022, March 7–11). Developing and evaluating an online resource on classroom speaking assessment for Japanese secondary school teachers of English [Paper presenation]. 43rd Language Testing Research Colloquium, Tokyo, Japan.
Yamamoto, M. (2021, May 20–23). Multimodal academic discourse socialization: An ethnographic case study of geoscience students’ poster presentations [Paper presentation]. American Association for Applied Linguistics, Virtual.
Shortlisted for the AAAL Graduate Student Award 2021
Yamamoto, M. (2016, November 25–28). EFL students’ learning through jigsaw reading. [Paper presentation]. Japan Association for Language Teaching, Aichi Industry & Labor Center, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Yamamoto, M. (2021). “Think like geoscientists”: Multimodal academic discourse socialization of geoscience students at a Canadian university [Paper presentation]. The 20th SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable, University of Arizona, Virtual.
Yamamoto, M. (2021, November 12–15). What does a multimodal lens tell us about classroom interaction?: A language socialization perspective. In B. Suzuki (Chair), Interaction in multiple contexts: What can be learned from research [Forum]. Japan Association for Language Teaching, Virtual.
Yamamoto, M. (2020, June 1–3). Multimodal academic discourse socialization in poster presentations: A case study of undergraduate geoscience students at a Canadian university. In P. A. Duff (Chair), Academic discourse socialization at Canadian universities: Research findings, issues, and opportunities [Colloquium]. Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics / L’association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquée, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada.
[Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic]
Yamamoto, M. (2020, October 3–4). Multimodal academic discourse socialization: An ethnographic multiple-case study of geoscience students’ poster presentations at a Canadian university. Invited presentation as part of the PhD student workshop in the ESRC-JSLARF Symposium. Online.
Apprenticeship Workshop: Writing Effective Conference Abstracts, LLED Apprenticeship Workshop. Department of Language and Literacy Education, University British Columbia (UBC). (Vancouver)
Surtees, V., & Yamamoto, M. (2019). Interactive learning with H5P.org and Kaltura. Workshop presented at the Technology Enhanced Classroom Expo in the Faculty of Education, Faculty of Education, The University of British Columbia.
Last updated: April 28th, 2022