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Projects

Externally-funded projects:

Funded projects with a member of SELC as Project Leader or Principal Investigator:

 

2014-2018 The Younger, the better?: A usage-based approach to learning
and teaching of English in Danish primary schools 
  Funding: The Danish Council for Independent Research - 890.000 EU
  Project leader: Teresa Cadierno 
  Members: Søren W. Eskildsen, Maria Vanessa aus der Wieschen,
Signe Hannibal Jensen, Katalin Fenyvesi 
  Web page: The younger, the better?
2013-2017 Language and Perception (LanPercept) 
  Funding: Marie Curie Multi-Partner ITN (EU 7th Framework Program)
4,152,363.18 EU 
  Project coordinator: Mila Vulchanova (NTNU, Norway) 
  Principal investigator: Teresa Cadierno 
  Web page: LanPercept
2009-2014 Usage-Based Second Language Acquisition (UB-SLA)
  Funding: Velux Fond - 4.927.107 DKK 
  Project leader: Teresa Cadierno  
  Members: Johannes Wagner, Søren W. Eskildsen, Moiken Jessen, Peiwen Li

 

Other funded projects with participation of SELC group members:

2014-2018 The EFL learning potential of in- and out-of-school exposure, with a focus on undubbed videos.
Effects of age, proficiency and cognitive differences 
  Funding: Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness - 64.130 EU 
  Project leader: Carmen Muñoz (University of Barcelona) 
  SDU member: Teresa Cadierno 
2014-2018 Movimiento y espacio desde la tipología semántica II: Nuevos retos y nuevas aplicaciones
en la traduccíon y la adquisicíon 
  Funding: Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness - 50.000 EU 
  Project leader: Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano (University of Zaragoza) 
  SDU member: Teresa Cadierno 
2010-2013 Movement and Space from a semantic typological perspective, and its application
to translation and language acquisition
  Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation - 113.740 EU 
  Project leader: Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano (University of Zaragoza) 
  SDU member: Teresa Cadierno 

 

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