Lanier, A., Makles, A., Mayes, C., & Rutkowski, M. (accepted for November, 2019). Learner autonomy and authentic texts. Paper at American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) in Washington, D.C.

Emery, R., Langley, B., & Lanier, A. (accepted for November, 2019). Reaching intercultural competence with story-based methods. Paper at American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) in Washington, D.C.

Lanier, A. (March, 2019). Examining the case for comprehensible input as an approach: Evidence from reflexive teachers. Paper at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) in Atlanta, GA.

Lanier, A. & Andrews, A. (March, 2019). Comprehensible input vs standardized testing: what can learners achieve? Paper at the Southeast Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Morgan, Y., & Lanier, A. (April, 2018). Promoting intercultural competence before, during, and after language immersion. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Council for Less-Commonly-Taught Languages in Herndon, VA.

Lanier, A. (March, 2017). Deceptively familiar and unexpectedly complex: Exploring culture as a conceptual tool in online teacher development. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference 2017 in Portland, OR.

Lanier Temples, A. (November, 2016). Developing a novice speaking assessment for an intensive language program: A can-do case study. Paper presented at American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2016 in Boston, MA.

Spasova, S., & Lanier Temples, A. (May, 2016). Surfing the RuNet: Promoting digital literacy in learners of Russian as a foreign language. Paper presented at Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) 2016 in East Lansing, MI.

De Felice, D., & Lanier Temples, A. (October, 2014). Developing 21st century skills in foreign language teachers. Session presented at Michigan World Language Association Conference 2014 in Lansing, MI.

De Felice, D., Lanier Temples, A., & Winke, P. (April, 2014). What about me? In-service professional development and the LCTL teacher. Poster presented at National Council of Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Conference 2014 in Chicago, IL.

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2014). Negotiating investment in a critical and heritage language:
Between national and family language policy. Paper presented at National Council of Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Conference 2014 in Chicago, IL.

Lanier Temples, A. (March, 2014). To Read, to Recite, to Really Know: Religious Identity and Biliteracy in Arabic as a Heritage Language. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference 2014 in Portland, OR.

Lanier Temples, A. (November, 2013). Motivation and Investment in Learners of Arabic: Across Contexts, Over Time. Paper presented at American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference 2013 in Orlando, FL.

Lanier Temples, A. (May, 2013). Meeting the Needs of U.S. Heritage Learners of Less Commonly-Taught Languages. Discussion session at Language Teacher Education Conference in       Washington, DC.

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2013). Crossing Orthographies in a Less-Commonly-Taught Language: Seeking Sociocognitive Approaches to Emergent Biliteracy. Language and Literacy Day at Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. (March, 2013). Constructing Arabic as Heritage: Investment in Language, Literacy, and Identity among Young U.S. Learners. Paper presented at AmericanAssociation for Applied Linguistics Conference in Dallas, TX.

Lanier Temples, A. (November, 2012). Critical, Heritage, World Language: Investment in Young Learners of Arabic. Research roundtable presented at American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2012 Convention in Philadelphia, PA.

Lanier Temples, A. (October, 2012). Leveling Out, Leveling Up: Teaching and Analyzing Intercultural Competence in ELT Classrooms. Workshop presented at Georgia TESOL Conference in Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. (August, 2012). I Can Read but I Don’t Understand:  Examining the Oral-Literate Divide in Young Learners of Arabic. Paper presented at Intercultural Rhetoric Conference in Indianapolis, IN.

Lanier Temples, A. (June, 2012). Investigating Emergent Biliteracy in Young Learners of Arabic: At the Intersection of Cognitive and Social Worlds. Electronic poster to be presented at the National Heritage Language Resource Center Institute 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2012).  “I can read but I don’t understand: Identity, investment, and    literacy in young learners of Arabic as a foreign language.  Poster presented at Language & Literacy Day 2012, GSU, Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. (February, 2012). Investment in Arabic Language Learners at a U.S. Middle School:  Where National and Family Language Policy Intersect. Paper presented at TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference in Asheville, NC.

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2011).  Literacy, motivation, and identity in heritage and non-heritage learners of Arabic in a U.S. public school.  Poster presented at Language & Literacy Day 2011, GSU, Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. & Nelson, G.L.  (March, 2011).  Engagement at a distance: A corpus-based investigation of stance in online intercultural communication.  Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics in Chicago, IL.

Lanier Temples, A. & Yigitoglu, N.  (October, 2010).  Language learners as intercultural explorers: Introducing ethnographic methods in language courses.  Paper presented at Georgia TESOL Conference in Atlanta, GA. 

Lanier Temples, A. (June, 2010).  Engagement at a distance:  Investigating cross-cultural differences in interactive online discourse.  Paper presented at Intercultural Rhetoric Conference in Atlanta, GA.   

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2010).  Not just heritage learners: Transnational identity in adolescent Arabic students.  Paper presented at National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages Conference in Madison, WI. 

Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2010).  Local investment in a global language: Learning Arabic in a U.S. middle school.  Paper presented at Second Language Acquisition Graduate Student Symposium in Madison, WI.     

Yigitoglu, N. & Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2010).  Approaches to intercultural exploration in GTA courses:  Two cases of developing student ethnographers.  Paper presented at GTA Conference sponsored by GSU Center for Teaching and Learning in Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. (March, 2010).  “I really want to learn my language”: Arabic for heritage and non-heritage learners in a Georgia public school.  Paper presented at Conference on Literacy, Urban Education and Social Studies in Atlanta, GA.

Nelson, G.L. & Lanier Temples, A. (April, 2010).  Identity Construction as Multimembership:  Attempts at Reconciliation.  Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics in Atlanta, GA.

Lanier Temples, A. (September, 2009).  IEP students as ethnographers: An exploratory approach to critical pedagogy.  Paper presented at Southeast Regional TESOL Conference in Atlanta, GA.

Lanier, A. and King, A.  (April, 2008).  How can international graduate students negotiate legitimacy?  Paper presented at the Graduate Forum of the International TESOL Conference in New York, NY.

Lindemann, S., Andrews, G., Hirano, E., Irani, S., Lanier, A., Lukyanchenko, A.  (March, 2008).  How particular segmental phonetic features (don’t) affect attitudes towards nonnative speech.  Poster presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Washington, DC. 

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