Dr. Marta Kopinska
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Marta Kopinska holds a BA in Ethnolinguistics from Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan (AMU, Poland) and an MA in Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings (LAMS) from the University of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU). Dr. Kopinska received her PhD in 2017 within the program 'Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings' with a dissertation entitled "The use of Information and Communication Technologies in the Foreign Language Classroom: Students' attitudes, motivation and L2 Selves" supervised by Prof. David Lasagabaster.

In 2008-2011 she worked at the UPV-EHU as Polish lecturer. During the years 2016-2017 she was teaching in Primary Education degree at the Mondragon Unibertsitatea and is currently working as research assistant at the Language and Speech group at the UPV-EHU.

Research Interests:

Sociolinguistics, language attitudes and motivation, bilingualism and multilingualism, multilingual education and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning), EFL and second/third language acquisition

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Conference Papers
  1. Kopinska, M. (2016). Native English-speaking teacher vs. non-native teacher supported by technologies: students’ motivation, attitudes and beliefs. 34th International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), University of Alicante, Spain.Abstract

  2. Kopinska, M. (2015). Technology-based ‘weak’ version of CLIL. 33rd International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), Technical University of Madrid, Spain.Abstract

  3. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. (2014). The frequency of use, digital abilities and attitudes towards new technologies in the foreign language classroom. 32nd International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), University of Seville Pablo Olavide, Spain.Abstract

  4. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. (2014). Technology-supported foreign language learning: the integration of the Web and blogs. 7th International Conference on Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI), Seville, Spain.Abstract

  5. Marta Kopinska, Ibon Manterola (2013). Linguistic Autobiographies, Language Attitudes and Multilingualism among Secondary Education Students of the Basque Autonomous Community: Basque, Spanish and English in the Trilingual Framework. XXXI AESLA International Congress, La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain.Abstract

  6. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. (2013). New Technologies in Foreign Language Classroom: the Role of Attitudes. 6th International Conference on ICT for Language Learning (ICT4LL), Florence, Italy.Abstract

  7. Marta Kopinska, Durk Gorter (2012). Linguistic landscape and linguistic behaviour: language choice and linguistic preferences of Basque-Spanish bilinguals. XXX AESLA International Congress, Lleida, Spain.AbstractPDF

  8. Marta Kopinska, Durk Gorter (2012). Linguistic landscape and the use, perceptions and preferences of second language speakers. EuroSLA 22 Conference, Poznan, Poland.AbstractPDF

  9. Marta Kopinska, Ainara Imaz Agirre (2011). Attitudes towards Basque standard (Euskara Batua) and dialects of Basque. XXIX AESLA International Congress, Salamanca, Spain.AbstractPDF

Book Chapters
  1. Kopinska, M. (2016).Motivational drive of a technology-based ‘weak’ version of CLIL. In: CLIL experiences in secondary and tertiary education: In search of good practices. (eds. Lasagabaster, D. and Doiz, A.). Abstract

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Dr. Marta Kopinska's publications

Conference Papers
  1. Kopinska, M. ( 2016 ). Native English-speaking teacher vs. non-native teacher supported by technologies: students’ motivation, attitudes and beliefs . 34th International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA) , University of Alicante, Spain .Abstract

  2. Kopinska, M. ( 2015 ). Technology-based ‘weak’ version of CLIL . 33rd International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA) , Technical University of Madrid, Spain .Abstract

  3. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. ( 2014 ). The frequency of use, digital abilities and attitudes towards new technologies in the foreign language classroom . 32nd International Conference of Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA) , University of Seville Pablo Olavide, Spain .Abstract

  4. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. ( 2014 ). Technology-supported foreign language learning: the integration of the Web and blogs . 7th International Conference on Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI) , Seville, Spain .Abstract

  5. Marta Kopinska, Ibon Manterola ( 2013 ). Linguistic Autobiographies, Language Attitudes and Multilingualism among Secondary Education Students of the Basque Autonomous Community: Basque, Spanish and English in the Trilingual Framework . XXXI AESLA International Congress , La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain .Abstract

  6. Kopinska, M., Lasagabaster, D. ( 2013 ). New Technologies in Foreign Language Classroom: the Role of Attitudes . 6th International Conference on ICT for Language Learning (ICT4LL) , Florence, Italy .Abstract

  7. Marta Kopinska, Durk Gorter ( 2012 ). Linguistic landscape and linguistic behaviour: language choice and linguistic preferences of Basque-Spanish bilinguals . XXX AESLA International Congress , Lleida, Spain .AbstractPDF

  8. Marta Kopinska, Durk Gorter ( 2012 ). Linguistic landscape and the use, perceptions and preferences of second language speakers . EuroSLA 22 Conference , Poznan, Poland .AbstractPDF

  9. Marta Kopinska, Ainara Imaz Agirre ( 2011 ). Attitudes towards Basque standard (Euskara Batua) and dialects of Basque . XXIX AESLA International Congress , Salamanca, Spain .AbstractPDF

Book Chapters
  1. Kopinska, M. ( 2016 ). Motivational drive of a technology-based ‘weak’ version of CLIL . In: CLIL experiences in secondary and tertiary education: In search of good practices. (eds. Lasagabaster, D. and Doiz, A. ). Abstract


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