PRESENTATIONS

Presentations


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Yamamoto, M. (accepted and to-be-presented, 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.

Yamamoto, M. (2021). Multimodal academic discourse socialization: An ethnographic case study of geoscience students’ poster presentations. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics.
[Viewable on YouTube; Shortlisted for the AAAL 2021 Graduate Student Award] 

Yamamoto, M. (2021). “Think like geoscientists”: Multimodal academic discourse socialization of geoscience students at a Canadian university. Paper presented at the 20th SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable at the University of Arizona (online).

Yamamoto, M. (2020). Multimodal academic discourse socialization in poster presentations: A case study of undergraduate geoscience students at a Canadian university. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics. [Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic] 

Yamamoto, M. (2016). EFL students’ learning through jigsaw reading. Paper presented at the Japan Association for Language Teaching at the Aichi Industry & Labor Center, Nagoya, Japan.


INVITED TALKS

Yamamoto, M. (2020). 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 presentations in the ESRC-JSLARF Symposium.


OTHER

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: August 2, 2021