Areas of Expertise
- Language and social interaction
- Socially grounded approaches to SLA
- Qualitative research methodology
Kääntä, L., & Kasper, G. (2018). Clarification requests as a method of pursuing understanding in CLIL physics lectures. Classroom Discourse, 9(3), 205-226.
Kääntä, L., Kasper, G., & Piirainen-Marsh, A. (2018). Definition talk in CLIL classroom interaction: a multimodal perspective. Applied Linguistics, 39(5), 694–717.
Kasper, G. & Ross, S. J. (2018). The social life of methods: Introducing the special issue. Applied Linguistics Review, 9(4): 475-486.
Kasper, G., & Wagner, J. (2018). Epistemological reorientations and L2 interactional settings: A postscript to the Special Issue. The Modern Language Journal, 102 (Supplement 2018), 82–90.
Kasper, G. & Youn, S. J. (2018). Transforming instruction to activity: Roleplay in language assessment. Applied Linguistics Review 9(4), 589–616.
Kobayashi Hillman, K., Ross, S. J., & Kasper, G. (2018). Achieving epistemic alignment in pre-experimental instruction. Applied Linguistics Review, 9(4), 617–641.
Roever, C., & Kasper, G. (2018). Speaking in turns and sequences: Interactional competence as a target construct in testing speaking. Language Testing, 35(3), 331–355.
Burch, A. R., & Kasper, G. (2016). Like Godzilla: Enactments and formulations in telling a disaster story in Japanese. In M. T. Prior & G. Kasper (Eds.), Emotion in multilingual interaction (pp. 57-85). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Kasper, G., & Burch, A. R. (2016). Focus on form in the wild. In R. A. van Compernolle & J. McGregor (Eds.), Authenticity, language, and interaction in second language contexts (pp. 198-232). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.