María Nieva Marroquín
María Nieva Marroquín is a PhD student in the Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings (LAMS) programme and is co-supervised by Dr. María Martínez Adrián and Dr. María Basterrechea. She holds a BA in English Studies from the University of the Basque Country (2017) as well as an MA in Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings (UPV/EHU, 2019) and an MA in Teacher Training in Secondary Education, Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Official School of Languages from the International University of Valencia (VIU, 2022). During the LAMS master’s degree, she elaborated a Final Master’s Thesis titled “The acquisition of morphosyntactic properties by primary school CLIL learners: A pseudo-longitudinal study of syntactic and morphological features”. Said project was presented in the “1st International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century”, held in September 2020 as well as in “Working CLIL 3rd International Colloquium: Moving CLIL forward: towards sustainable educational practices” in July 2023. Additionally, it received a runner-up prize at the “II Premio Trabajo Fin de Máster en Enseñanza Bilingüe”, organised by the Asociación Enseñanza Bilingüe, Newlink Education and Magisterio, and it has also been published in the International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching (IRAL).
With respect to her research, she is currently looking into the effect of form-focused instruction on the acquisition of morphosyntactic features by primary school CLIL learners.
- Cross-linguistic influence
- The acquisition of morphosyntax
- Form-focused instruction
- María Nieva Marroquín, María Martínez Adrián, María Basterrechea. (2023) A pseudo-longitudinal study on the development of morphosyntactic features in primary school CLIL learners. Working CLIL 3rd International Colloquium: Moving CLIL forward: towards sustainable educational practices. Oporto (Portugal). Abstract
- María Nieva Marroquín, María Martínez Adrián. (2020) The acquisition of morphosyntactic properties by primary school learners: A pseudolongitudinal study of syntactic and morphological features. 1st International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century: From theory to pedagogical practice Larissa of Greece (online). Abstract