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The learning of second and foreign languages is a rich and fascinating process involving linguistic, psychological, and cultural and social dimensions. Indiana University's Department of Second Language Studies is dedicated to teaching and research on the structure, acquisition, and use of nonnative language (in both instructed and contact contexts). We currently offer (1) two MA programs and a PhD program designed to train the next generation of foreign and second language professionals as both researchers and teachers; (2) an undergraduate minor designed to provide a firm foundation in second language acquisition; and (3) an English Language Improvement Program designed to assist matriculated undergraduate and graduate students and an Intensive English Program designed to prepare international students for study at English-speaking universities.
SLS Job Openings
TESOL Summer Internships
Second Language Psycholinguistics Lab
Language Assessment Lab (LAL)
SLS Colloquium: Spring 2014
Test of English Proficiency for International Associate Instructor Candidates (TEPAIC)
Call for papers
Upcoming Conferences / Guest Lectures:
Pragmatics Language and Learning coming April 2014
GASLA 15 (Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition) is coming March 4th-6th 2015 Indiana University Bloomington