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  • Kyae-Sung Park

Park, K.-S. (2021). Given-before-New and Theory of Mind in English-acquiring children. Discourse and Cognition, 28(1), 105-127.

Park, K.-S. (2018). Information structure in canonical vs. scrambled dative order in L2 Korean. Linguistics Vanguard, 4, 1–14. 

Park, K.-S. (2017). A bidirectional study on the givenness constraint in L2-English and L2-Korean. American Association for Applied Linguistics 2017 Conference (AAAL 2017). Portland, OR. March 18

Park, K.-S. & H. Y. Smith. (2017). Issues in Korean language placement testing. American Association of Teachers of Korean 22nd Annual Conference (AATK 22). University of Southern California, Los Angeles. July 1 

Park, K.-S. (2018). KFL learners’ acquisition of scrambling and non-scrambling with give-type verbs. American Association of Teachers of Korean 23rd Annual Conference (AATK 23). University of Toronto, Canada. June 22

Park, K.-S. (2019). L2 children’s adherence to the given-before-new principle in dative alternations. International Workshop on the L1 and L2 Acquisition of Information Structure. KU Leuven, Belgium. April 26

Park, K.-S., J-Y Kim & H-Y. Smith. (2019). Using vlogs to promote a social learning environment for (post)digital natives in KFL classrooms. American Association of Teachers of Korean 24th Annual Conference (AATK 24). University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. June 20

Park, K.-S., J-Y Kim & H-Y. Smith (2019). Designing and implementing YouTube vlog projects in the language classroom. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Annual Convention (2019 ACTFL). Washington, D. C. November 23