Tamara Sorenson Duncan
Assistant Professor (Linguistics)
|Degrees:||PhD (University of Alberta)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 6634|
|Office:||256 Paterson Hall|
My research program investigates language and literacy development in diverse populations. To date, this work has included children from immigrant and refugee backgrounds, children with developmental language disorder and children with autism spectrum disorder.
Tuesday, October 5, 2021
The importance of children knowing their home language
Instead of writing a traditional term paper, Megan Hooper created this fantastic video illustrating what she learned in LING 4901 this summer. This video discusses heritage language...
Monday, April 12, 2021
Former Honours Student Emma Bornheimer Presents her Thesis Work at Virtual AAAL Conference
Emma Bornheimer recently presented her undergraduate thesis work about netspeak use and autism at the American Association for Applied...
Interested in Getting Involved with Research?
Do you have questions about how children learn a second language? Are you interested in collaborating on a project? Let’s work together!