Miss Felicity Parry

Contact info

Email: elpd38@bangor.ac.uk

Contact Info

Email: elpd38@bangor.ac.uk

Research

Working PhD project title: Teachers' identifications of language disorders in bilingual children: A study of attitudes

Supervisors:

Dr Eirini Sanoudaki (School of Languages, Literatures, Linguistics and Media)

Dr Nia Young (School of Education and Human Development)

Research Interests:

  • First and second language acquisition
  • Bilingual language disorders
  • Provision for pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) in UK mainstream school settings
  • EAL policies in UK schools
  • Teacher (language) attitudes
  • Speech and language therapy provision for bilingual populations

Other

Conferences:

Parry, F. (2021, February 24). Teachers’ identification of language disorders in bilingual children: A study of attitudes [Conference presentation]. Postgraduate Forum on Applied Linguistics (Social Justice in Applied Linguistics), York St John University, England [Online].

Parry, F. (2020, November 21). Teachers’ identification of language disorders in bilingual children: A study of attitudes [Conference presentation]. NALDIC 28 Conference (Multilingual Britain: Successes, challenges and future directions), University of Edinburgh, Scotland [Online].

Parry, F. (2020, August 4). Teachers’ identification of language disorders in bilingual children: A study of attitudes [Conference presentation]. Aspiring Researchers Conference (ARC) (Celebrating Diversity), Bangor University, Wales [Online]. Award: Best Oral Presentation Award

Parry, F. & Sanoudaki, E. (2020, June 23-25). Teachers’ recognition of language disorders in EAL pupils: Exploring perceptions [Poster]. Conference on Multilingualism (COM), Centre for Multilingualism and Literacy, University of Reading, England [Online].

Parry, F. & Sanoudaki, E. (2019, November 16). The impact of teachers’ perceptions towards bilingualism on recognition of language disorders in EAL pupils [Poster]. NALDIC 27 Conference (Inclusive practices in multilingual classrooms: assessing and supporting EAL and SEND learners in the mainstream), King’s College London (KCL), England.

Research areas and keywords

Keywords

  • P Philology. Linguistics
  • L Education (General)
  • BF Psychology

Education / academic qualifications

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