Program


International Symposium:

Music and Cognition in Language Learning

6th-7th November, 2014

University of Huelva




Symposium: Music and Cognition in Language Learning

6th-7th November, 2014

University of Huelva

 

Thursday 6th  

Salón de Actos, Facultad de Educación, Pabellón 4

8.30

Registration

9.30

Welcome remarks

Dr. D. Francisco Ruiz (Excmo. Sr. Rector Mgfco. de la Universidad de Huelva)

 

Dra. Dª. Blanca Miedes (Directora Centro C3IT de Investigación Internacional en Inteligencia Territorial)

Dra. Dª Mª Carmen Fonseca (Head of Research Group “ReALL”)

Dr. D. Fernando Rubio (Organising Committee)

10.00

Plenary lecture 1 (Chair: Dr M. Carmen Fonseca)

Dr Kathleen Wermke, In the beginning is the melody. Musical elements as basic building blocks of early language development (University of Würzburg, Germany)

11.00

Coffee break

11.30

Panel 1 (Chair: Analí Fernández)

Dr Hang Ferrer Mora, Música y texto para el aprendizaje de lenguas: un dúo perfecto ejemplificado en la ópera italiana y los lieder alemanes ( University of Valencia)

Dr Teresa Fleta &  Dr M Luisa García Bermejo, When Music drives creativity and language learning: exploring classroom research (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)

Ziwei Zhou, Music and Language in Action: A Synthetic Framework for Applying Music in Teaching English as a Second Language (Iowa State University, United States)

Dr M. Carmen Fonseca, Analí Fernández, María Gómez & Pilar Jara, Adding audio-visual songs and rhymes to a phonological training program as a helpful tool for promoting EFL learners’ reading skills (University of Huelva and University Jaume I, Castellón,  Spain)

13.30

Lunch break

15.00

Panel 2 (Chair: Dr Carmen Toscano)

Salón de Actos, Fac. Educación

Dr Pascuala Morote & Cristina Aguilera, Conjunción sonora de la música y la poesía infantil en el aprendizaje de una lengua: aproximación de sus estructuras formales (University of Valencia, Spain)

Dr María Diakou, Songs: A great teaching tool to be used to enhance language learning and skills (Cyprus).

Dr Carmen Toscano, The relationship between the improvement of musical intelligence and the oral skills in Spanish students of English as a Foreign Language (University of Huelva, Spain)

 Panel 3 (Chair: María Gómez)

Aula de Grados, Fac. Educación

Beatriz Tapiador Hernández, La música de las palabras: estudio de la fluidez lectora en español de alumnos italianos universitarios (Universitá degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale, Italy)

Alejandra Pacheco-Costa, Spoken rhythm, sung rhythm. The rhythmic learning of a L2 based on the application of Orff method (University of Seville, Spain)

Jorge Villamarín y Lourdes de la Rosa Grao, La música como estímulo para potenciar la capacidad lectora en el alumnado de secundaria (University  of Huelva and Wakefield Grammar Girl’s School, UK)

16.30

Coffee break

17.00

Plenary lecture 2 (Chair: Dr M. Carmen Fonseca)

Dr Susanne M. Reiterer, A Mozart is not a Pavarotti: Individual differences characterize the relationship between musicality and second language acquisition / aptitude (University of Vienna, Austria)

18.00

Workshop 1 (Chair: Dr. Auxiliadora Pérez)

Fergal Kavanagh, The Tune into English Roadshow (Naples, Italy)

21.00

Dinner


Friday 7th

Salón de Actos, Facultad de Educación, Pabellón 4

9.00

Workshop 2 (Chair: Dr M. Carmen Fonseca)

Fernando Álvarez Montalbán, Cantando se entiende la gente. La canción como recurso didáctico en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de español (Katedralskolan of Skara, Sweden)

10.00

Workshop 3 (Chair: Dr M. Carmen Fonseca)

José Manuel Foncubierta, Despertar los sentidos en el aula de ELE: música, imagen y movimiento (Edinumen)

10.30

Coffee break

11.00

Panel 4 (Chair: Dr Fernando Rubio)

Salón de Actos, Fac. Educación

Hamish Binns, The hidden powers of music (Saint Louis University- Madrid Campus)

Monika Toczyńska, Preschool-aged children learning English through songs and music: the typology of their perceived personality (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)

 

Dr Javier Ávila, Dr M. Carmen Fonseca, Dr. Fernando Rubio, Instrumental musical training and self-efficacy. Incidence on foreign language reading (University of Córdoba and University of Huelva, Spain)

Panel 5 (Chair: Isabelle Toledo)

Aula de Grados, Fac. Educación

Dr Eva Adam, La chanson française como práctica de la inteligencia emocional en la enseñanza-aprendizaje de francés lengua extranjera: Un nuevo enfoque en la educación superior (Technical University of Valencia, Spain)

Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez, The Linguistics of Song in Second-Language Teaching  and Acquisition (University of Vigo, Spain)

 

Dr Alexis Martel Robaina, Use of musical texts in task-centred learning approach (University of Palma de Gran Canarias, Spain)

 

12.30

Plenary lecture 3 (Chair: Dr M. Carmen Fonseca)

Dr Carmen Herrero, Film Music in the Foreign Language classroom: contributions towards a teachers’ toolkit (Metropolitan University of Manchester, UK)

13.30

Lunch break

15.00

Final debate (Only for delegates)

   



 Proyecto de investigación I+D+I (2010-2014): Percepción musical y destrezas lectoras en el aprendizaje de una lengua extranjera. FFI2010-15738 Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (subprograma FILO)



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