Dr Solene Inceoglu
Areas of expertise
- Applied Linguistics And Educational Linguistics 200401
- Linguistic Processes (Incl. Speech Production And Comprehension) 170204
- French Language 200306
- Language Studies 2003
- Linguistics 2004
- Curriculum And Pedagogy 1302
- English As A Second Language 200303
I am a Lecturer of French in the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics at the ANU. I hold a PhD in Second Language Acquisition from Michigan State University (USA), a M.A in Applied Linguistics and French as a Foreign Language from the Universty of Grenoble (France) and a B.A in English from the University of Tours (France). Before joining the ANU in 2016, I was Assistant Professor of French at Rochester Institute of Technology (New York), and taught Second Language Acquisition, Methodology of Teaching Languages, and French at Michigan State University. In addition to French and English, I speak German and I am a heritage learner of Turkish.
- Effects of online instruction on French pronunciation
- The effect of consonantal context on the perception of nasal vowels in auditory and audio-visual modalities.
- Language experience and word familiarity on the perception of French vowels.
- Eye movements in L1 and L2 audio-visual speech perception research (with Dr. Debra Hardison, Michigan State University).
I welcome proposals for Honours, MPhil, and PhD research in any of the areas listed in the research interests section above.