Asia TEFL 2006   Tentative Conference Program

(As of July 20, 2006)

DAY 1  August 18th (Friday)

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TIME

EVENTS

08:30-09:00

REGISTRATION

 

OPENING CEREMONY

 

OPENING ADDRESS

Ikuo KOIKE (Conference Committee Chair)

09:00-10:00 

WELCOMING ADDRESS

Hyo Woong LEE (President, Asia TEFL)

 

CONGRATULATORY REMARKS

President, Seinan Gakuin University

10:10-11:00

PLENARY SESSION 1    Ryuta KAWASHIMA (Tohoku University, Japan)

Functional Organization of the Human Brain Involved in Comprehension of Second Language

11:00-11:20

BREAK,  BOOK EXHIBITION

11:20-11:50

CONCURRENT SESSION 1

12:00-12:30

CONCURRENT SESSION 2

12:30-13:30

LUNCH,  BOOK EXHIBITION

13:30-14:00

CONCURRENT SESSION 3

COLLOQUIA & WORKSHOPS 1

14:10-14:40

CONCURRENT SESSION 4

 

14:40-15:10

BREAK,  BOOK EXHIBITION

15:10-16:00

PLENARY SESSION 2    John SINCLAIR (University of Birmingham, UK)

Swimming in the Open Sea – W hat English is Really Like.

16:10-16:50

FEATURED SPEAKERS SESSION 1

CHOI Yeon Hee (Ewha Womans University, Korea)

The History and the Policy of English Language Education in Korea

Ravinder GARGESH (University of Delhi, India)

     The History and the Policy of English Education in India

Ikuo KOIKE (Meikai University, Japan)

     Japanese Policy on Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Malachi Edwin VETHAMANI (University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)

     The Ebb and Flow of English Language Education in Malaysia

17:00-17:30

CONCURRENT SESSION 5

17:40-18:10

CONCURRENT SESSION 6

19:10-21:00

CONFERENCE DINNER


DAY 2  August 19th (Saturday)

TIME

EVENTS

08:30-09:00

REGISTRATION

09:00-09:30

CONCURRENT SESSION 7

09:40-10:10

CONCURRENT SESSION 8

10:20-11:10

PLENARY SESSION 3    Annie HUGHES (University of York, UK)

How Do We Think They Learn English? Looking at the Implications for Teaching English to Young Learners

                                           

11:10-11:30

BREAK,  BOOK EXHIBITION

 

11:30-12:00

CONCURRENT SESSION 9

 

COLLOQUIA & WORKSHOPS 2

12:10-12:40

CONCURRENT SESSION 10

 

12:40-13:40

LUNCH,  BOOK EXHIBITION

13:40-14:10

CONCURRENT SESSION 11

 

COLLOQUIA & WORKSHOPS 3

14:20-14:50

CONCURRENT SESSION 12

 

14:50-15:20

REAK,  BOOK EXHIBITION

15:20-16:10

PLENARY SESSION 4    William GRABE (Northern Arizona University, USA)

Exploring Research on Reading Instruction: An Agenda for L2 Reading Research

16:20:-17:00

FEATURED SPEAKERS SESSION 2

Phyllis Ghim Lian CHEW (Nanyang Technology University, Singapore)

     The History and the Policy of English Education in Singapore

Arifa RAHMAN (Presidency University, Bangladesh)

     The History and the Policy of English Language Education in Bangladesh

WEN Quifang (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)

     The History and the Policy of English Education in the Mainland China (1949-2005)

17:10-17:40

CONCURRENT SESSION 13

17:50-18:20

CONCURRENT SESSION 14

 


DAY 3  August 20th (Sunday)

TIME

EVENTS

08:30-09:00

REGISTRATION

09:00-09:30

CONCURRENT SESSION 15

09:40-10:10

CONCURRENT SESSION 16

10:20-11:10

PLENARY SESSION 5   Alastair PENNYCOOK (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

ELT as Translingual Activism

11:10-11:30

BREAK, BOOK EXHIBITION

11:30-12:00

CONCURRENT SESSION 17

 

COLLOQUIA & WORKSHOPS 4

  12:10-12:40

CONCURRENT SESSION 18

 

12:40-13:40

LUNCH, BOOK EXHIBITION

13:40-14:30

PLENARY SESSION 6   LEE Won-key (Seoul National University of Education, Korea)

In Pursuit of an Asian Standard of English Proficiency

14:40-15:10

CONCURRENT SESSION 19

15:20-15:50

CONCURRENT SESSION 20

16:00-16:30

CLOSING CEREMONY

 


Special Lectures        

Day 3 August 20th (Sunday)     Room: 2-301

Time

Lecturer

Presentation

9:40-10:10

Kimie Oshima, (Bunkyo Gakuin University, Japan)

English Rakugo as a Hint to Find “Japanese English”

11:30-12:30

Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan)

The Relationship between Vocabulary and Reading. New Data, New thinking.

14:40-15:10

Seamus Fagan (University of Newcastle, Australia)

Should Asian Englishes be More Valued in the Classrooms of Asia?

15:20-15:50

Mamoru Morizumi (Obirin University Graduate School, Japan)

On English ‘Classology’ at the Tertiary Level of Education


Colloquia & Workshops

Colloquia & Workshops 1

DAY 1 August 18th (Friday)                                      13:30-14:30

Room

Presenters (Affiliations)

Presentation

2-301

Keiko Yamazato (Okinawa Christian University, Japan), Senko Shiroma (Okinawa Christian Junior College, Japan), A. David Ulvog & Hitoshi Hamagawa (Okinawa Christian University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

Team Teaching for Simultaneous Interpretation and Its Effects on Teaching and Learning

2-201

Ronan Brown

(Seinan Gakuin University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Extensive-Reading Classroom Activities

2-304

Mitsuko Yukishige (Kyoto Career College of Foreign Languages, Japan), Yuko Matsumura (Kinki University, Japan) , Kazumasa Ouchi (Osaka Sangyo University, Japan) & Hiroyo Nakagawa (Kansai Gaidai University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Cultivating Learners’ ‘Expressivity’ through Oral Presentation Tasks

1-303

David Schneer (Kanto International High School, Japan) & Daragh Hayes (Yachad Accelerated Learning Project)

<Workshop>

Bringing Cooperative Learning to Life in Your Classroom

1-304

Young Shik Lee (Hannam University, Korea), Kyoko Oi (Chiba University, Japan), Brian Hsi-nan Yeh (Taiwan Normal University), Shigeru Sasajima (Saitama Medical University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

English Teachers’ Anxiety Regarding Qualification and Employment in East Asia

2-203

M Lotfi Ben Ahmed

(United Arab Emirates University, UAE)

<Workshop>

Cultural Factors Affecting Motivation in the EFL Class

1-308

Min Li

(Zhejiang University, China)

<Workshop>

An Unspoken Lesson: A Study of the Cultural Messages of the Chinese EFL Classroom

 


Colloquia & Workshops 2

DAY 2  August 19th (Saturday)                      11:30-12:30

Room

Presenters (Affiliations)

Presentation

1-303

Joo-Kyung Park (Honam University, Korea), Robert Dickey (Gyeongju University, Korea), Demetra Gagtes Choi (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea) & Carl Dusthimer (Gyeonggi English Villages, Korea)

<Colloquium>

English Immersion Programs in Korea: Issues and Challenges

1-304

Shigeru Sasajima (Saitama Medical University, Japan), Masao Aikawa (Kyoto Junior College of Foreign Languages), Hideko Midorikawa (Showa Women’s University, Japan), Naoko Ozeki (Meiji University, Japan) & Yukio Tono (Meikai University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

A Comparative Study on the Junior High School English Language Textbooks in East Asia

2-201

Yuka Kusanagi

(Rikkyo University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Teaching English through the Drama Approach: One Way to Maximize Learning Opportunities in the EFL Classroom

2-301

Bhupendra Kumar Ghimire (Global Action Nepal) & Dipika Shrestha

(Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association, Nepal)

<Workshop>

Games and Rhymes for Multi-sensory Learning

2-304

David Paul

(David English House, Japan)

<Workshop>

Effective Child-centered Elementary School Classes

2-403

M Lotfi Ben Ahmed

(United Arab Emirates University, UAE)

<Workshop>

Non-Verbal Communication in the EFL Class

2-203

Ian Stevenson (Tamagawa Gakuen Middle School, Japan)

<Workshop>

Using Novels/Short Stories in Returnee Classes

 


Colloquia & Workshops 3

DAY 2  August 19th (Saturday)                      13:40-14:40

Room

Presenters (Affiliations)

Presentation

1-303

Jenifah A. Hassan

(American University of Sharjah, UAE)

<Workshop>

Utilizing Songs and Song Lyrics as Warm up in Reading Class

2-201

Robert Chartrand (Kurume University, Japan) & Bill Pellowe (Kinki University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Integrating a Podcast into the Classroom

2-301

Jodie Stephenson

(Dokkyo University & The University of Chichester)

<Workshop>

Reflection: A First Step to Meeting Challenges in the EFL Classroom

2-304

Rocky Nelson (Pusan University of Foreign Studies, Korea)

<Workshop>

Using Extensive Reading to Teach English

2-403

Michiko Nakano & Yasukata Yano (Waseda University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

University-level ELT and CCDL in Japan

2-203

Linda Martine (Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

Developing and Implementing an EAP Curriculum for Intermediate Level Students

 


Colloquia & Workshops 4

Day 3  August 20th (Sunday)                         11:30-12:30

Room

Presenters (Affiliations)

Presentation

2-201

Etsuko Shimo (Miyazaki Municipal University, Japan) & Matthew Apple (Doshisha University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Using Cooperative Learning Activities in the Language Classroom

2-203

Venancio Lazaro Mendiola (Philippine Normal University)

<Workshop>

Empowering ESL Learners on How to Write Haikus

2-402

Tika Ram Bhatta (Sangla Balkumari Secondary School, Nepal)

<Workshop>

Story: An Integrated Approach to Language Teaching

2-403

Khadim Hussain (Bahria University, Pakistan)

<Workshop>

Critical Reading and Empirical Inquiry

2-304

Yasukata Yano (Waseda University, Japan), Ikuo Koike (Meikai University, Japan),

Michiko Nakano (Waseda University, Japan) & Kazuharu Owada (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

<Colloquium>

Forum for On-demand Lecture Circulation (FOLC): Sharing of Unique Lecture Contents via Internet

1-202

Sujeong Lee

(Teacher Training Institute, Korea)

<Workshop>

Integrating the Arts in the EFL Classroom

1-204

Gregory Sholdt (Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan)

<Workshop>

Taking the First Step: A Workshop on Action Research Methods

 

 


Asia TEFL 2006

Tentative Schedule

Concurrent Sessions by Room

 

 
(As of July 20, 2006)

Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 1 (1-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Manami Suzuki

(Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto)

Graphic Symbols as Mediation for Japanese English as Foreign Language Learners’ Self-Revisions and Peer Revisions

Cao Lingjuan

12:00-12:30

Cao Lingjuan

(Hainan University, China)

Cognitive and Cultural Schematization in Language

Manami Suzuki

13:30-14:00

Shinichi Inoi

(University of Aizu, Junior College Division, Japan)

Discourse Analysis of Japanese EFL Learners’ Referential Expressions in Written English Narratives in Terms of L1 Transfer

Ho-Jung Yu

14:10-14:40

Ho-Jung Yu

(Arizona State University, USA)

Discourse Patterns in L2 Writing Processes: A Case Study

Shinichi Inoi

17:00-17:30

Tomoko Yabukoshi & Osamu Takeuchi (Kansai University, Japan)

Language Learning Strategies Used by Japanese Secondary School Students of EFL: Development of a Strategy Questionnaire and its Validation

Wang Jianfang

17:40-18:10

Wang Jianfang Zhang xuan

(Guizhou University, China)

A Study of Two Approaches to Low-frequency Words Acquisition

Tomoko Yabukoshi

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 2 (1-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Fudao Zhu

(Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, China)

Writing to Learn through Theme-based Modules/Units in the Whole Language Philosophy

Tomonori Nagano

12:00-12:30

Tomonori Nagano (CUNY Graduate Center) & Kaori Sugiura (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)

No-transfer Analysis of the Acquisition of the English Determiner Phrase by Japanese English-language Learner

Fudao Zhu

13:30-14:00

Ali Rahimi

(Kashan University,

Iran)

A Critical Discourse Analysis of Euphemization and Derogation In Emails on the Late Pope

Hiromi Tsuda

14:10-14:40

Hiromi Tsuda

(Rikkyo University, Japan)

A Hierarchical Model of Language Learning Strategies: A Critique of Oxford (1990)

Ali Rahimi

17:00-17:30

Reza Kafipour (University of Putra Malaysia) & Abdullah Sarani (University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Iran)

The Application of Language Learning Strategies by Turkish- and Kurdish-Speaking Students Learning English

Ouda Teda Ena

17:40-18:10

Ouda Teda Ena

(Sanata Dharma University,

Indonesia)

Lexically-based Materials for EFL Academic Essay-Writing

Reza Kafipour

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 3 (1-305)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Mika Nakano

(Kyusyu University, Japan)

A Teaching Method of English Academic Presentation to Improve Logical Thinking: An Application of "Parliamentary Debate"

Muhammad Kamarul Kabilan

12:00-12:30

Muhammad Kamarul Kabilan

(Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia)

Critical thinking in ELT: Lessons from Paulo Freire

Mika Nakano

13:30-14:00

Letty Hing Yee Chan

(Chinese University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong)

‘What makes them enjoy writing so much?’ Five Case Studies of Successful L2 Student Writers

Kilryoung Lee

14:10-14:40

Kilryoung Lee

(Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea)

Mentoring as Practicum in Korea

Letty Hing Yee Chan

17:00-17:30

Gerry Lassche (Miyagi Gakuin University, Japan) & Robert Dickey

(Gyeongju University, Korea)

Making it Stick: Improving Retention of Lesson Goals

Shi Gengshan

17:40-18:10

Shi Gengshan (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China) & Tian Guisen (Beijing Normal University, China)

We Have Learnt English this Way: Concepts and Strategies of 104 Chinese Professors of English

Gerry Lassche

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 4 (1-306)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Pino Cutrone (Siebold University of Nagasaki, Japan)

Examining the Use of Technology in Japanese EFL Classrooms

Yee Lin Ruffell

12:00-12:30

Yee Lin Ruffell

(The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Teaching How to Laugh: Humour in the EFL Classroom

Pino Cutrone

13:30-14:00

YoungMi Kim &  JinHee Suh

(Yonsei University,

Korea)

Usage Analysis of Vocabulary in Korean High School English Textbooks: Comparison of Usage in Multiple Copora

Guisen Tian

14:10-14:40

Guisen Tian

(Beijing Normal University, China)

Five Major Changes of English Education in China’s Secondary Schools

YoungMi Kim

17:00-17:30

Naoko Osuka

(Akikusa Gakuen Junior College, Japan)

The Effectiveness of English Classes Using Movies: The Comparison between the Class Using one Whole Movie and the One Using Segments of Multiple Movies

Terry Fellner

17:40-18:10

Terry Fellner (Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan) & Matthew Apple Doshisha University, Japan)

Blogging for L2 Writing Fluency and Motivation in a Blended CALL Environment

Naoko Osuka

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 5 (1-307)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Midori Tanimura, Masao Utiyama & Katsunori Kotani

(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)

Summary Writing Process by Native and Non-native English Speakers

Bai Renli

12:00-12:30

Bai Renli

(Tianjin Normal University, China)

Approach on Productive Vocabulary

Midori Tanimura

13:30-14:00

Hassan Edalat

(Tabriz University, Iran)

A New Outlook to L2 Learners’ Writing Errors

Sookeun Cho

14:10-14:40

Sookeun Cho, Joohae Kim & Jeong-Hwa Lee

(Korea Digital University, Korea)

Attention as a Motivation Factor in E-language Learning

Hassan Edalat

17:00-17:30

Mohammad Rate Amery Butane

(Yarmouk University, Jordan)

Culture-free vs. Culture-bound Material in Teaching English as a Foreign Language with Special Reference to the Jordanian Context at the University Level

Yuka Ishikawa

17:40-18:10

Yuka Ishikawa

(Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)

Teaching Vocabulary Using ESP Corpora

Mohammad Rate Amery Butane

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 6 (2-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Eri Hirata

(University of Birmingham, UK)

Non-native Model in ELT: A Comparative Study of Native and Non-native Speakers’ Speech

Sabrin Farooqui

12:00-12:30

Sabrin Farooqui

(Eastern University of Bangladesh, Bangladesh)

Communicative Language Teaching in Secondary Education in Bangladesh

Eri Hirata

13:30-14:30

Keiko Yamazato (Okinawa Christian University, Japan),

Senko Shiroma (Okinawa Christian Junior College, Japan), A. David Ulvog & Hitoshi Hamagawa (Okinawa Christian University, Japan)

Colloquium: Team Teaching for Simultaneous Interpretation and Its Effects on Teaching and Learning

 

17:00-17:30

John Sinclair

(University of Birmingham, UK)

Exploring a Corpus

Sun-Young Oh

17:40-18:10

Sun-Young Oh (Seoul National University, Korea)

A Corpus-based Study of Epistemic Modality in Korean Learners’ Written Interlanguage

John Sinclair

 

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 7 (2-201)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Tomoko Watanabe (Toyama Prefectural University, Japan) & Manabu Watanabe (TPU & University of Toyama at Sugitani, Japan)

Making Aural Input in the Classroom Maximally Comprehensible to Learners: a Pseudo-Immersion Approach

Yuehchiu Fang

12:00-12:30

Yuehchiu Fang

(National Formosa University, Taiwan)

Student Response to Peer Reviews in an EFL College Writing Classroom

Tomoko Watanabe

13:30-14:30

Ronan Brown

(Seinan Gakuin University, Japan)

Workshop: Extensive-Reading Classroom Activities

 

17:00-17:30

Keiko Hirose

(Aichi Prefectural University, Japan)

Examining Japanese EFL Students’ Organizational Patterns of L1 and L2 Argumentative Writing

Keiko Hirose

17:40-18:10

Yong Suk Kim

(Korea University of Te chnology and Education, Korea)

The Relation of Goal Orientation and Language Learning Strategy

Yong Suk Kim

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 8 (2-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Mi-Jeong Song

(Seoul National UniversityKorea) & Bo-Ram Suh (Georgetown University, US)

The Effects of Output Task Types on Noticing and Learning of the English Past Hypothetical Conditional

Kazuyuki Shite

12:00-12:30

Kazuyuki Shite

(Kanagawa University, Japan)

Reconsideration of Literal Translation in L2 speech Production

Mi-Jeong Song

13:30-14:30

Mitsuko Yukishige (Kyoto Career College of Foreign Languages, Japan), Yuko Matsumura (Kinki University, Japan) , Kazumasa Ouchi (Osaka Sangyo University, Japan) & Hiroyo Nakagawa (Kansai Gaidai University, Japan)

Workshop: Cultivating Learners’ ‘Expressivity’ through Oral Presentation Tasks

 

17:00-17:30

Farida Abderrahim (University of Constantine,

Algeria)

The Fusion of Theory and Practice in Grammar Tasks

Hirofumi Hosokawa

17:40-18:10

Hirofumi Hosokawa

(Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University, Japan)

Comprehension, Schemas and Language Teaching: A Report from a SELHi School

Farida Abderrahim

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 9 (1-303)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Huang Yan

(Nanjing University,

China)

The Effect of Reading-Based Tasks on Vocabulary Retention by Chinese EFL Learners

Harun Bozna

12:00-12:30

Harun Bozna (Anadolu University,

Turkey)

Native and Non Native English Teachers’ Use of Extending Congratulations and Condolences in Turkish EFL Context

Huang Yan

13:30-14:30

David Schneer (Kanto International High School, Japan) & Daragh Hayes (Yachad Accelerated Learning Project, Australia)

Workshop: Bringing Cooperative Learning to Life in Your Classroom

 

17:00-17:30

Hui-Chuan Liao

(Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan)

Cooperative Learning and EFL Education: The Past, the Present, and the Future

Hiroko Yoshida

17:40-18:10

Hiroko Yoshida

(Osaka Jogakuin College, Japan)

How do Hard-working EFL Students Perceive their English Learning and Pressure at College?

Hui-Chuan Liao

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 10 (1-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

12:00-12:30

Sayo Natsukari

(Showa Women’s University, Japan)

The Effect of Participatory Structures on Form-Focused English Language Learning

TBA

13:30-14:00

Esmat Babaii (University for Teacher Education, Tehran, Iran) & Hasan Ansary (Islamic Azad University, Iran)

A Task-Based Approach to Teaching English for Academic Purposes: How Do We Link Theory with Practice?

Gurnam Kaur Sidhu

14:10-14:40

Gurnam Kaur Sidhu & Chan Yuen Fook

(University Technology MARA, Malaysia)

Implementing Strategy Training For Learner Autonomy: A Success Story

Esmat Babaii

17:00-17:30

Channarong  Intaraprasert

(Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand)

Beliefs about Learning English by Thai and Vietnamese EST Students: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

Matthew Peacock

17:40-18:10

Matthew Peacock

(City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Beliefs about Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language

Channarong  Intaraprasert

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 11 (1-204)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Nasrin Shokrpour

(Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran)

Comparison of the Efficacy of Three Categories of Reading Comprehension Strategies on EFL University Students in Iran

P. Pal Pandian

12:00-12:30

P. Pal Pandian

(Trichy Engineering College, India)

Teaching English for Young Learners by Alternative Approaches and Methods

Nasrin Shokrpour

13:30-14:00

Faizah A Majid

(Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia)

Looking in from Within: Student Diaries as a Bridge to Understanding the Reading Minds

Müge Gündüz

14:10-14:40

Müge Gündüz

(Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

A Comparative Analysis of Classroom Interaction in Turkish and English Modern Language Classrooms

Faizah A Majid

17:00-17:30

Iis Nur Rodliyah

(UPT Bahasa- Brawijaya University, Indonesia)

Culture Awareness in the Classroom: Meeting TEFL Challenges

Sukhdev Singh

17:40-18:10

Sukhdev Singh

(Guru Nanak Dev University, India)

Processing Grammar to Pedagogy: Teaching of English as a Foreign Language

Iis Nur Rodliyah

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 12 (1-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Wen-Hsing Luo

(National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan)

A Possible Model of Collaboration for Teaching EFL by Native and Non-native English-speaking Teachers

Miki Shibata

12:00-12:30

Miki Shibata

(University of the Ryukyus, Japan)

Underlying Principles of Japanese EFL Student-teachers’ Classroom Performance

Wen-Hsing Luo

13:30-14:30

Young Shik Lee (Hannam University, Korea), Kyoko Oi (Chiba University, Japan), Brian Hsi-nan Yeh (Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan), Shigeru Sasajima (Saitama Medical University, Japan)

Colloquium: English Teachers’ Anxiety Regarding Qualification and Employment in East Asia

 

17:00-17:30

Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala,

Tadashi Nishida (Hiroshima University, Japan) &

Hettiarachchige RC Kumare (Colombo University, Sri Lanka)

School Teachers’ Beliefs, Attitudes and Knowledge in Learning Strategy Instruction

Massoud Tajadini

17:40-18:10

Massoud Tajadini

(Kerman Azad University, Iran)

An Interpretation of Learner’s Inter-language by Probing Linguistic Competence on Production and Recognition Level

Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 13 (2-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Zhisheng, Wen

(The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Working Memory Capacity and L2 Task-based Speech Performance

Keiso Tatsukawa

12:00-12:30

Keiso Tatsukawa

(Hiroshima University, Japan)

Developing a Strategic Competence Test for Japanese High School Students

Zhisheng, Wen

13:30-14:00

Tomoko Takada

(Gakushuin Girls’ Junior & Senior High School, Japan)

Oral Communication Skills of Japanese Junior High School Students Who Learned English in Elementary School

Kiani, G. R.

14:10-14:40

Kiani, G. R., Mirhassani, S. A. & Jalali, S.

(Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran )

The Relationship among Modality of Listening Passages, the Presence of Visual Advance Organizers, and Iranian Advanced EFL Learners’ Performance on Listening Comprehension Tests

Tomoko Takada

17:00-17:30

Yuji Nakamura

(Keio University, Japan)

Examining Rater Characteristics in a Speaking Test

Mohammad Raouf Moini

17:40-18:10

Mohammad Raouf Moini

(University of Kashan, Iran)

Test Taking Strategies across Languages (L1 & L2): The Case of C-test

Yuji Nakamura

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 14 (1-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Yukiko Yabuta, Yasuko Nogami

(The Japan Institute for Educational Measurement, Inc, Japan) & Hideaki Matsuzaki (Meikei High School, Japan)

The Benefits of Using Computer Adaptive Test in High School English Education: An Empirical Study of Applying Computer Adaptive Test, CASEC

Wang Duqin

12:00-12:30

Wang Duqin

(Beijing Institute of Petro-chemical Technology, China)

The Role of Authentic Learning Assessment in College English Instruction

Yukiko Yabuta

13:30-14:00

Hiroyuki Obari (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)

CASEC Computer Test and Prosody Analysis

David Qian

14:10-14:40

David Qian

(The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)

To Test or Not to Test: Voices from the Assessed

Hiroyuki Obari

17:00-17:30

Neil Heffernan

(Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

TOEFL Classroom Success

Michael Guest

17:40-18:10

Michael Guest

(Miyazaki University, Japan)

Assessing the Reliability and Validity of University Entrance Examinations

Neil Heffernan

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 15 (2-407)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Chen Hua

(Nantong University,

China)

Chinese Children’s English Vocabulary Memory Strategy and Related Variables

Shozo Urabe

12:00-12:30

Shozo Urabe

(Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan)

An Analysis of Reliability on Performance Test: With a Focus on Repetition of Assessment

Chen Hua

13:30-14:00

Ray Graham (BYU, USA), Lynne Hansen, Kimberly Campbell & MinHye Son

(BYUH, USA)

Elicited Imitation: A Correlational Study

Shin-ying Huang

14:10-14:40

Shin-ying Huang

(Columbia University, Teachers College, USA)

Taiwanese Students Reflect on English in Their Lives

Ray Graham

17:00-17:30

Rezvan Khoshlessan

(Islamic Azad University, Iran)

A Study on the Learner’s Anxiety and Confidence in Reading Performance: A Comparison between L1 and L2 Reading Performance 

Becky Kwan

17:40-18:10

Becky Kwan

(Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

A Thematic Analysis of Information Flow in Literature Reviews of Doctoral Theses on Applied Linguistics

Rezvan Khoshlessan

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 16 (2-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Peter Jakubowicz

(The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Can Online Learning be Fun?

Battsogt, Rentsendorj

12:00-12:30

Battsogt, Rentsendorj (“Tugeemel” Foreign Languages and Journalism Institute, Mongolia)

New Times Demand New Ways of Learning

Peter Jakubowicz

13:30-14:00

His-chin Janet Chu

(National Taiwan Normal University,

Taiwan)

Discussing Reading On-Line: Linking Texts from Sources

Negah Allahyar

14:10-14:40

Negah Allahyar

(Qazvin University, Iran)

ICT and Leaner Autonomy

His-chin Janet Chu

17:00-17:30

Xueai Zhao & Ying Zhan

(Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

A Case Study: Autonomy Learning in Multimedia and Network Environment in NWPU

Rosa Jinyoung Shim

17:40-18:10

Rosa Jinyoung Shim

(Open Cyber University, Korea)

Toward Effective Cyber EFL Education

Xueai Zhao

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 17 (2-404)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Zeng Gang, Tatsuhiro Yoshida, Mark Taylor, Takuya Fukuoka, Yuan Yuan (Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan) & Keiko Yasukawa (Kansai International University, Japan)

Changing Identities through On-line Discussion: A Use of Moodle in a College English Class

Ji Shaobin

12:00-12:30

Ji Shaobin

(Wenzhou Vocational and Technical College, China)

What E-mail can do in our English Classes?

Zeng Gang

13:30-14:00

Hiroyuki Imai (Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan), Setsuko Miyamoto (University of Hyogo, Japan), Toru Kinoshita (Nagoya University, Japan), Harumi Oishi (Gifu Shotoku Gakuen University, Japan) & Yoshikazu Yanagi (Nagoya Gakuin University, Japan)

A Comparison of the Processes and Strategies of

Reading a Multimedia English Textbook

TBA

17:00-17:30

Masanori Yamada & Kenji Akahori (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

The Role and Timeliness of Learning Objective Selection in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication in Learner-Centered Communicative Language Learning

Wu xiaoguang

17:40-18:10

Wu xiaoguang

(Anhui institute of Architecture & industry, China)

Study on Correlation between Cognition & English Academic Achievement of Chinese Students

Masanori Yamada


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 18 (2-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Jihyeon Jeon

(Ewha Woman’s University, Korea)

A Study on English Employment Interviews

Tsui-Ping Cheng

12:00-12:30

Tsui-Ping Cheng

(University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA)

Participant Orientations and Code-switching Patterns in a Chinese as a Foreign Language Classroom

Jihyeon Jeon

13:30-14:30

M Lotfi Ben Ahmed

(United Arab Emirates University, UAE)

Workshop: Cultural Factors Affecting Motivation in the EFL Class

 

17:00-17:30

Satomi Shibata

(Nagoya Gakuin University, Japan)

The Framework of a Counseling System of a University in Japan: Can We Support Language Learners through Counseling?

Koujia

17:40-18:10

Koujia

(Huzhou Teachers College, China)

Creative Emulation of Korean’s CCAP in China

Satomi Shibata

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 19 (1-308)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Zuliati Rohmah

(State Institute for Islamic Studies, Indonesia)

Two Different Poles of Disagreeing Strategies in Indonesian Graduate EFL Discussions

Rie Kuroda

12:00-12:30

Rie Kuroda

(Gakko Tosho Co., Ltd, Japan)

An Investigation of Japanese Returnees’ Self-Perception of Their L1 and L2 Language Proficiency and Their Cultural Identity

Zuliati Rohmah

13:30-14:30

Min Li

(Zhejiang University, China)

Workshop: An Unspoken Lesson: A Study of the Cultural Messages of the Chinese EFL Classroom

 

17:00-17:30

Tomoo Asai

(Hiroshima prefectural Itsukaichi senior high school, Japan)

The Effects of Discourse Markers and Syntactic Complexity on Comprehending Expository Text: With a Focus on Rhetorical Pattern

Lu Renshun

17:40-18:10

Lu Renshun

(East China Institute of Technology, China)

L2 Pragmatic Development of Mitigation in Requests by Chinese EFL Learners

Tomoo Asai

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 20 (2-402)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

James Sims

(Tunghai University, Taiwan)

Meeting TEFL Challenges: The Results of a Decade of Changes

David Richards

12:00-12:30

David Richards

(Australian Council of TESOL Associations, Australia)

Professional Standards for TEFL in Asia?

James Sims

13:30-14:00

Chen Ying

(Shandong Institute of Light Industry, China)

Seeking a Balance: Challenging the EFL Education Dilemma in East Asia

Hisashi Okuno

14:10-14:40

Hisashi Okuno

(Higashi-Osaka Municipal Nisshin High School, Japan)

A Critical Discussion on the Action Plan to Cultivate “Japanese with English Abilities”

Chen Ying

17:00-17:30

Henry H.L. Chan

(NWU International School, China)

The Challenge of Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Chinese Secondary Students: A Private School’s Perspective

Takayuki Hara

17:40-18:10

Takayuki Hara

(Meikai University, Japan)

A Comparative Study of the English Language Curricula in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan

Henry H.L. Chan

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 21 (2-403)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Richard White

(University of Miyazaki, Japan)

The Here and Now: Using News Stories to Motivate Japanese University Students

Naoyuki Naganuma

12:00-12:30

Naoyuki Naganuma

(Seisen University, Japan) & Haruko Nagasue (Kasumigaoka Senior High School, Japan)

Development of Four-Skill Integrated Syllabus and Can-Do Framework

Richard White

13:30-14:00

Kiyomi Chujo

(Nihon University, Japan) & Kathryn Oghigian (Tokyo International University, Japan)

Creating E-Learning Material with Statistically-Extracted Spoken & Written Business Vocabulary from the BNC

Emily Yan

14:10-14:40

Essy Baniassad & Emily Yan

(The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

A Report on the Collaboration between Architects and English Teachers in an ESP Course

Kiyomi Chujo

17:00-17:30

Miyuki Takahashi

(Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan)

ESL, EFL, and Literacy Education for Young Learners in Japan and Singapore

David E. Shaffer

17:40-18:10

David E. Shaffer

(Chosun University,

Korea)

Introducing Proverbs via Conceptual Metaphor and Images

Miyuki Takahashi

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 22 (2-401)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Pratoom Sriruksa

(Thepsatri Rajabhat University, Thailand)

Developing EFL Students’ Writing Using the Collective Argumentation Strategy

Yilin Sun

12:00-12:30

Yilin Sun

(Seattle Central Com. College, USA)

Critical Ethnography as Action Research: Successes and Challenges of Immigrant Students Studying at an Urban U.S. Higher Education Institution

Pratoom Sriruksa

17:00-17:30

Hideo Ozaki

(Soka University, Japan)

The Effects of Summary Writing on Reading Comprehension of EFL Learners in a Japanese University

Peter Carter

17:40-18:10

Peter Carter

(Kyshu Sangyo University, Japan)

Six Steps to Better Vocabulary

Hideo Ozaki

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 23 (2-406)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Khristianto, Faisal

(Muhammadiyah University of Purwokerto, Indonesia)

The Application of Javanese traditional Games to Teach English for Young Learners

Junko Yamamoto

12:00-12:30

Junko Yamamoto (Niigata College of Nursing, Japan), Yoko Watanabe (Gunma Prefectural College of Health Sciences, Japan), Emiko Ubukawa (Gunma Prefectural College of Health Sciences, Japan) , Takaaki Okura (Ohtani Women's University, Japan)

Classroom Research of Movie Based Multimedia Learning System to Improve English Listening and Speaking Skills

Khristianto, Faisal

13:30-14:00

Midori Kimura

(Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan)

Fostering Autonomy by the Use of Multimedia Technology and Motivational Strategies

Huimin Zhu

14:10-14:40

Huimin Zhu

(Shanghai Industry and Commerce Foreign Languages College, China)

Case Studies of Autonomous Learning and Teaching in Shanghai Industry and Commerce Foreign Languages College

Midori Kimura

17:00-17:30

Tamao Araki & Eric Larson (Miyazaki Prefectural Nursing University, Japan)

Toward an Effective Setting-up for Online Collaborative English Learning for College Nursing Students

Yuan Ximing

17:40-18:10

Yuan Ximing &  Wang Jian

(Northwestern Polytechnic University, China)

Enhancing EFL Large Class Meaning Negotiation by Collaborative Learning

Tamao Araki

 


Day 1 August 18th (Friday)       Room 24 (1-309)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

11:20-11:50

Sung-Yeon Kim

(Hanyang University, Korea) & Hyeon Okh Kim (Ajou University, Korea)

CMC as an Alternative to FFC in EFL Contexts

Ikuo Koike

12:00-12:30

Ikuo Koike & David Edison (Meikai University, Japan)

First Steps for the Asian Common Framework of Reference for Languages

Sung-Yeon Kim

13:30-14:00

Patrick T. Dougherty

(University of Hyogo, Japan)

Creative Writing as a Motivational Resource in EFL

LuoHan

14:10-14:40

LuoHan & Peng Gong

(Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

A Balanced Communicative Method to Adult Oral English Teaching in China

Patrick T. Dougherty

17:00-17:30

Yin Zhuhui

(Beijing Institute of Machinery, China)

Promoting Autonomous Learning Through TBL: Qualitative and Quantitative Data from An Action Research

Baris Kasap

17:40-18:10

Baris Kasap

(Anadolu University, Turkey)

Effectiveness of Task-based Instruction in Speaking

Yin Zhuhui

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 1 (1-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Danny Chung-hong Leung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

The “Particle-based Learning” (PBL) of English Phrasal Verbs: A New Pedagogy Founded on Cognitive Semantics

Shireen Ahmed

9:40-10:10

Shireen Ahmed

(International Education Centre, Bangladesh)

Young Learners and Active Learning Works: An experience

Danny Chung-hong Leung

11:30-12:00

Kil Su Park

(Anyang University,

Korea)

Foreign Language Acquisition in Modern Korea: A Look Into Past and Present Experiences

Xiu Jie

12:10-12:40

Xiu Jie

(Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, China)

Young learners’ Listening Ability Enhancement through Storytelling

Kil Su Park

13:40-14:10

Jungmin Ko & Hyun Ae Kim

(Sungshin Women’s University, Korea)

A case study: Teacher’s Organizational-Managerial Talk in an Immersion Elementary School in Korea

Manjula Bashini

14:20-14:50

Manjula Bashini K.

(Holy Cross College, India)

A Paradigm Shift in Attitude and Teaching Strategies in the EFL Context

Jungmin Ko

17:10-17:40

Hee-Jeong Ihm

(Seoul National University of Education, Korea)

Patterns of Turn Distribution in an Elementary EFL Classroom

Akihiko Sasaki

17:50-18:20

Akihiko Sasaki

(Kwansei Gakuin Junior High School, Japan)

A Pilot Study on Back-channels in an English Interview Test: Their Effect on a Japanese Student’s Utterances and Anxiety Level

Hee-Jeong Ihm

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 2 (1-305)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Ana Lado

(Marymount University, USA)

Using Books for Oral TEFL Rather than Reading

Kim, Jung-Sook

9:40-10:10

Kim, Jung-Sook

(Chinju National University of Education, Korea)

The Implementation of Theme-based Approach in the Primary English Classroom in Korea: Making Connections

Ana Lado

12:10-12:40

Hitomi Katsuyama (Kawamura Gakuen Woman’s University, Japan),

Chikako Nishigaki & Jinfang Wang (Chiba University, Japan)

The Effectiveness of English Teaching in Japanese Elementary Schools Measured by Proficiency Tests

TBA

13:40-14:10

Abdullah Sarani

(University of Sistan and Baluchistan, Iran)

Going beyond the Sentence: Implication of Discourse Analysis for the Teaching of Writing Skills

Annie Hughes

14:20-14:50

Annie Hughes (University of York, UK)

Action Research in Teaching English to Young Learners Carried Out by MA in TEYL Students: Patterns, Problems and Passions!

Abdullah Sarani

17:10-17:40

Chizuko Konishi

(University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, USA)

Private Elementary School Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching English in Japan

Jeff Stewart

17:50-18:20

Jeff Stewart

(Fukuoka International Community School, Japan)

Teaching English Syntax to Japanese Children through Reading

Chizuko Konishi

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 3 (1-306)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Adam Murray

(Tokyo Denki University, Japan)

A Study of Jr. High School Students’ Preferences

Sakiko Yoneda

9:40-10:10

Sakiko Yoneda

(Hokuriku Gakuin Junior College, Japan)

A Case Study of Acquiring the Third Person Singular in English: Comparing TEFL and TESL Situations for Japanese Children

Adam Murray

11:30-12:00

Junko Kambara & Noriko Akiho-Toyoda (Meikai University, Japan)

Case study: Teaching English in a State Primary School in Tokyo in Two Scopes: Necessity and Validity of the Listening Assessment; Anxiety and Learnability as Affective Filters

Terumi Kobayashi

12:10-12:40

Terumi Kobayashi

(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

Organizing Communities of Practice for Learning English: Japanese Elementary School Context

Junko Kambara

13:40-14:10

Rae L. Lan

(Soochow University, Taiwan)

Variables Affecting the Co-teaching Models in an EFL Elementary English Program

Chen Zheng-rong

14:20-14:50

Chen Zheng-rong & Prof. Li Xiao-xiang

(Southeast University, China)

Current Issues and Reflection of Bilingual Education in China: From a Psycholinguistic Perspective

Rae L. Lan

17:10-17:40

Yunkyoung Cho

(Pukyong National University, Korea)

Examining Attitudes of Korean EFL Learners toward Peer Review

Dong-Ho Kang

17:50-18:20

Dong-Ho Kang

(Seoul National University of Technology, Korea)

Focus-on-Form and L2 Learner Factors in Context of On-line CMC

Yunkyoung Cho

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 4 (1-307)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Yuki Maehara

(Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior and Senior High School, Japan)

An Analysis of Japanese Student Error Patterns in Written English and Teaching Procedures Designed to Help

Chen, Chiung-chiuen

9:40-10:10

Chen, Chiung-chiuen

(National Cheng-chi University, Taiwan)

Mandarin-Speaking EFL Children’s Error Types Analysis of Oral Production in CLT Classroom

Yuki Maehara

11:30-12:00

John Eidswick

(Osaka Jogakuin College/Temple University Japan)

Peer Scaffolding: Effects of Group Size and Gender in Unstructured Task Completion

Lourdes S. Abad

12:10-12:40

Lourdes S. Abad

(Miriam College, Philippines)

Code-switching in the Classroom: A Clash of Two Languages?

John Eidswick

13:40-14:10

Yoko Sekigawa

(Rikkyo University, Japan)

Functions of Wakaranai, an Expression of Nonunderstanding, in Japanese EFL Learners’ Problem-Solving Sequences

Hussein Ali Habtoor

14:20-14:50

Hussein Ali Habtoor

(Aden University, Yemen)

Reading for Detail, Vocabulary Acquisition and Making Inferences as Vital Variables in Inspecting EFL Undergraduates Reading Comprehension 

Yoko Sekigawa

17:10-17:40

Sachiko Takahashi

(Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan)

Perceived Attribution for Success and Failure in L2 Reading and L2 Reading Proficiency

Mohammad Ghazanfari

17:50-18:20

Mohammad Ghazanfari

(Sabzevar Teacher Education University, Iran)

The wonder of Reading: The Role of Generative Study Strategies in EFL Learners' Comprehension and Recall of Literary Texts

Sachiko Takahashi

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 5 (1-308)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Chiharu Nakanishi

(Kunitachi College of Music, Japan)

Peer-Feedback on Japanese College Students’ EFL Writing

Melvin R. Andrade

940:10:10

Melvin R. Andrade (Sophia Junior College, Japan)

Adding Web-based Listening Practice to a Listening Comprehension Course: Cultivating Autonomous Learning

Chiharu Nakanishi

11:30-12:00

Zhou Xiaoying (Kyoto University, Japan)

Teaching English Collocations: A Review from a Perspective of ESP

Gholamereza Kiany

12:10-12:40

Gholamereza Kiany & Goodarz Alibakhshi

(Tarbiyat Modares University, Iran)

The Transfer of Persian in the Use of Collocations by Iranian Language Learners

Zhou Xiaoying

13:40-14:10

Atsushi Mizumoto

(Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)

Exploring the Driving Forces behind TOEIC Score Gains - Focusing on Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Related Variables-

Ahmadreza Ashrafologhalaei

14:20-14:50

Ahmadreza Ashrafologhalaei

(Imam Sadiq State University, Iran)

The Role of Constituents in Reading and Listening Comprehension and Speed

Atsushi Mizumoto

17:10-17:40

Tadamitsu Kamimoto

(Kumamoto Gakuen University, Japan)

Word Families and Learnability: Effects of Teaching Lower-frequency Word Family Members on Higher-frequency Members

Wu Zunmin

17:50-18:20

Wu Zunmin

(Beijing Normal University, China)

More Than Just Linguistic Development

Tadamitsu Kamimoto

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 6 (1-309)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Wang Yuwen (Beijing Institute of Technology, China) & Kate Beeching (University of West of England, U.K)

Evaluating Writing Strategy Instruction in a Chinese EFL University Context

Robert H. Taferner

9:40-10:10

Robert H. Taferner

(Lancaster University, UK)

Effective Revision in EFL Writing

Wang Yuwen

11:30-12:00

Osamu Hanaoka

(Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)

The Role of Learner-Initiated Attention to Form in EFL Writing

Mitaka Yoneda

12:10-12:40

Mitaka Yoneda

(The University of Western Australia, Australia)

The Usage of English in the Workplace by Japanese Professionals in Singapore

Osamu Hanaoka

13:40-14:10

Emiko Yukawa, (Ritsumeikan University, Japan), Tsuneo Takanashi, Tetsuharu Koyama

(Kyoto Notre Dame University, Japan)

Elementary School EFL Education in Japan: Teachers' Conceptions of Instructional Goals and Assessment of their Attainment

LiuFeng

14:20-14:50

LiuFeng

(China University of Mining and Technology, China)

Relativity of Arbitrariness and Iconicity: Its Implication for EFL Pedagogy

Emiko Yukawa

17:10-17:40

Qian Shan

(South-Central University for Nationalities, China), Sun Xiaodan (Wuhan University, China) & Fang Hao (China University of Geosciences)

An Investigation of the Correlations Between Non-English Majors’ English Learning Intrinsic Motivation and Their Emotional Intelligence

Tatsuo Anezaki

17:50-18:20

Tatsuo Anezaki

(Nagaoka Municipal Miyauchi Junior High School, Japan)

The Effects of Stimulus Types on Translation Recognition: Japanese Junior High School Students

Qian Shan

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 7 (1-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Erol Kilinc

(Anadolu University, Turkey) 

A Case Study on Oral Feedback at Tertiary Level in EFL Context

Natalia Somova

9:40-10:10

Natalia Somova

(Teachers Training Institute of the Amur Region, Russia)

Project Work as One of the Motivating Methods of Teaching English

Erol Kilinc

11:30-12:00

Yazid Basthomi

(State University of Malang, Indonesia)

The Rhetorical Challenge for Indonesian Writers of English Research Articles

Youngsoon Hwang

12:10-12:40

Youngsoon Hwang

(Pyeongtaek University, Korea)

Analysis of English Vowel Pronunciation of Korean Students

Yazid Basthomi

13:40-14:10

Miki Tominaga

(Wajirogaoka Municipal Junior High School, Japan)

Teaching EFL Listening in Secondary Schools Using

Visual Media to Improve Listening Comprehension

Hettiarachichige Ranjan Chandra Kumare

14:20-14:50

Hettiarachichige Ranjan Chandra Kumare (University of Colombo, Sri Lanka), Ozasa Toshiaki (Fukuyama Hesei University, Japan) & Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala (Hiroshima University, Japan)

Language Competence: A Case Study of a Trilingual Child Brought up in Two Countries

Miki Tominaga

17:10-17:40

Emi Fukasawa

(Sophia University, Japa n)

The Perception of “Lie” and “Uso” of Japanese Who Have Lived Overseas

Kadisha T. Ospanova

17:50-18:20

Kadisha T. Ospanova

(South Kazakhstan State University, Russia)

Getting Students Excited about – and Involved in – Their World

Emi Fukasawa

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 8 (1-204)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Irina Ognyanova Babanova

(Southwest University, Bulgaria)

Problems and Issues of Early Foreign Language Teaching

Masao Kanaoka

9:40-10:10

Masao Kanaoka

(Kagoshima University, Japan)

The Effects of Using Videos Illustrating Successful Careers

Irina Ognyanova Babanova

11:30-12:00

Yosuke Yanase

(Hiroshima University, Japan)

Speech Making in a Public Junior High School in Japan: Applying Arendt's Philosophy to an EFL Situation

Ken Cruickshank

12:10-12:40

Ken Cruickshank

(University of Wollongong, Australia)

Learning Outside the Classroom

Yosuke Yanase

13:40-14:10

Akiko Fukao & Ged O’Connell (International Christian University, Japan)

Integrating Extensive and Intensive Reading Approaches

TBA

17:10-17:40

Alastair Pennycook

(University of Technology, Australia)

When is English a Local Language?

Dale A. Garratt

17:50-18:20

Dale A. Garratt & Seung Ku Park

(Sun Moon University, Korea)

Expanding Ownership of Asian English

Alastair Pennycook

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 9 (2-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Taichi Nakamura

(Senshu University, Japan)

Variables Affecting Prospective Teachers’ Perceptions about English Language Learning and Teaching

Jean Brewster

9:40-10:10

Jean Brewster

(Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong)

Autonomy and Collegiality in Trainer-training: An East-West Partnership

Taichi Nakamura

11:30-12:00

Chiqui Escareal-Go

(Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines)

An Appreciative Inquiry Approach into Teacher and Student Motivation in Teaching and Learning English in a Philippine Public High School

Phan Le Ha

12:10-12:40

Phan Le Ha & Raqib Chowdhury

(Monash University, Australia)

Reflections on Western TESOL pedagogies: Vietnamese and Bangladeshi perspectives

Chiqui Escareal-Go

13:40-14:10

Icy Lee

(Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

Fostering Reflection in Preservice Teachers through Response Journals

Raja Mazuin bte Raja Abdul Aziz

14:20-14:50

Raja Mazuin bte Raja Abdul Aziz

(International Languages Teacher Training Institute, Malaysia)

Emotional Intelligence: The Malaysian Smart School Story

Icy Lee

17:10-17:40

Nasreen Hussain

(Aga Khan University, Pakistan)

Female English Language Teachers and PD: Which side is the Tilt?

Chiou-hui Joyce Chou

17:50-18:20

Chiou-hui Joyce Chou

(National Hsin-Chu University of Education, Taiwan)

Exploring Elementary English Teachers’ Practical Knowledge

Nasreen Hussain

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 10 (1-303)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Naoki Sakata

(Kumamoto Gakuen University, Japan)

How Do Japanese EFL Learners Comprehend Derivatives?: Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses from the Perspective of Morphological Generalization

Maria Cernis

9:40-10:10

Maria Cernis

(The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Pattern Recognition and Cognitive Structuring in EFL Reading and Writing

Naoki Sakata

11:30-12:30

Joo-Kyung Park (Honam University, Korea), Robert Dickey (Gyeongju University, Korea), Demetra Gagtes Choi (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea)

& Carl Dusthimer (Gyeonggi English Villages, Korea)

Colloquium: English Immersion Programs in Korea: Issues and Challenges

 

13:40-14:40

Jenifah A. Hassan

(American University of Sharjah, UAE)

Workshop: Utilizing Songs and Song Lyrics as Warm up in Reading Class

 

17:10-17:40

Yuh-show Cheng

(National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

The Effects of Writing Anxiety on Writing Performance and Self-Efficacy

Mae-Ran Park

17:50-18:20

Mae-Ran Park

(Pukyong National University, Korea)

EFL College Students’ Perceptions toward the Use of Electronic Dictionaries

Yuh-show Cheng

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 11 (1-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Gholam-Reza Abbasian

(Imam Ali Military Academy, Iran)

Setting-based Metacognitive Strategy Use (A Qualitative-quantitative Examination)

Jyu-fang Yu

9:40-10:10

Jyu-fang Yu & Ching-Wei Lin

(Tunghai University, Taiwan)

Using Context Clues to Facilitate Understanding in Reading

Gholam-Reza Abbasian

11:30-12:30

Shigeru Sasajima (Saitama Medical University, Japan),

Masao Aikawa (Kyoto Junior College of Foreign Languages),

Hideko Midorikawa (Showa Women’s University, Japan), Naoko Ozeki (Meiji University, Japan) &

Yukio Tono (Meikai University, Japan)

Colloquium: A Comparative Study on the Junior High School English Language Textbooks in East Asia

 

13:40-14:40

Michael T. Fouts & Jamie Dunlea (STEP)

<Commercial Presentation: STEP (Nohon Eigo Kentei Kyokai)>

Gaining Recognition from Foreign Universities for Japan’s EIKEN Test, and New Research into How Japanese Learners Use and Study English in Their Daily Lives

 

17:10-17:40

Martin Balint

(Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)

Assessing Learner Factors as Stakeholder Interest in Program Evaluation

Robert K. Tam

17:50-18:20

Robert K. Tam

(Tsinghua University, China)

English for University Staff: An ESP Case Study in China

Martin Balint

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 12 (2-201)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Gilda Victoria B. Jacalan

(Benguet State University, Philippines)

The Development of Skills and Competence: Bridging Gaps toward Effective Communication

Mung-jin Kim

9:40-10:10

Mung-jin Kim

(Dankook University, Korea)

An Ethnographic Study on a Small-Group Discussion Learning in the College EFL Classroom

Gilda Victoria B. Jacalan

11:30-12:30

Yuka Kusanagi

(Rikkyo University, Japan)

Workshop: Teaching English through the Drama Approach: One Way to Maximize Learning Opportunities in the EFL Classroom

 

13:40-14:40

Robert Chartrand (Kurume University, Japan) & Bill Pellowe (Kinki University, Japan)

Workshop: Integrating a Podcast into the Classroom

 

17:10-17:40

Toshihiko Shiotsu

(Kurume University, Japan)

Beyond Comprehension: Exploring Flexibility and Stability in EFL Reading Speed

Lee Ka Yin

17:50-18:20

Lee Ka Yin

(Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

Looking For SEL: An Alternative way to Empower Students in English Learning Classroom

Toshihiko Shiotsu

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 13 (2-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Liu Jianda

(Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China)

Assessing Pragmatic Knowledge of EFL Learners

Yang Shu

9:40-10:10

Yang Shu

(China University of Mining and Technology, China)

Considerations of English Major Orientation in Universities of Science and Technology

Liu Jianda

11:30-12:30

Bhupendra Kumar Ghimire (Global Action Nepal) & Dipika Shrestha

(Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association, Nepal)

Workshop: Games and Rhymes for Multi-sensory Learning

 

13:40-14:40

Jodie Stephenson

(Dokkyo University & The University of Chichester)

Workshop: Reflection: A First Step to Meeting Challenges in the EFL Classroom

 

17:10-17:40

Yasuo Nakatani

(Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan)

Improving Oral Proficiency through Communication Strategy Training

Luciana

17:50-18:20

Luciana

(Atma Jaya Catholic University, Indonesia)

Teaching English Conversations: Some Pedagogical and Cultural Insights for EFL Speaking Classes

Yasuo Nakatani

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 14 (2-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Su-Jen Lai (Jane)

(Chang Gung University, Taiwan)

“I Like to Use Portfolio.”: The Case of Adult Learners in the EFL Writing Class

Mona Khabiri

9:40-10:10

Mona Khabiri

(Islamic Azad University, Iran)

Reflective Teaching and EFL Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices

Su-Jen Lai (Jane)

11:30-12:30

David Paul

(David English House, Japan)

Workshop: Effective Child-centered Elementary School Classes

 

13:40-14:40

Rocky Nelson (Pusan University of Foreign Studies, Korea)

Workshop: Using Extensive Reading to Teach English

 

17:10-17:40

Wang, Ching-huang

(National Formosa University, Taiwan)

Picture-Book Writing” and “Invitation Activity” in an EFL Children’s Literature Classroom

Ganakumaran Subramaniam

17:50-18:20

Ganakumaran Subramaniam (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia)

Mediating Young Adult Desires and Adult Designs: A Non-fiction-fiction Reading Continuum

Wang, Ching-huang

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 15 (2-407)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Yusuke Kondo, Norifumi Ueda (Waseda University, Japan), Kazuharu Owada (Ritsumeikan University, Japan), Eiichiro Tsutsui (Hiroshima International University, Japan) & Michiko Nakano (Waseda University, Japan)

The Initial State of Second Language Learning of Segmental Sounds: Does the First Language Inhibit Second Language Learning?

Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala

9:40-10:10

Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala & Tadashi Nishida

(Hiroshima University, Japan)

A Closer Look at Language Learning Strategies: Strategy Profiles of Japanese University Students

Yusuke Kondo

11:30-12:00

Toru Kinoshita (Nagoya University, Japan), Harumi Oishi (Gifu Shotoku University, Japan),

Setsuko Miyamoto (Hyogo Kenritsu University, Japan), Hiroyuki Imai (Hyogo University for Education, Japan) & Yoshikazu Yanagi (Nagoya Gakukin University, Japan)

EFL Reading Proficiency and Learners’ Gazing Points: A Non-invasive Approach to Cortical Blood Concentration Patterns

Heok-Seung Kwon

12:10-12:40

Heok-Seung Kwon

(Seoul National University, Korea)

Lexico-grammatical Errors in the Korean Learner Corpus of English

Toru Kinoshita

13:40-14:10

Yoko Shomura-Isse (Kurume university, Japan)

Causative Alternation in Second Language Acquisition: A Crosslinguistic Study of Japanese, Chinese and English.

FU Jian

14:20-14:50

FU Jian & Xu Juan (Nanjing University, China)

Students’ Accounts on the Use of L1 in L2 Speech Production

Yoko Shomura-Isse

17:10-17:40

Yasushi Kawai (Hokkaido University, Japan)

On-line English Course to Cultivate Learner Autonomy

Dan Lu

17:50-18:20

Dan Lu

(The Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

Is Computer-based Learning Useful?

Yasushi Kawai

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 16 (2-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Hiroko Haenouchi (Tokyo Jogakkan College, Japan) & Keiko Kawaguchi (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan)

What Influences Intermediate EFL Students’ Writing Assessment?: A Functional Grammar Approach to Analyzing Student Essays

Chan Yuen Fook

9:40-10:10

Chan Yuen Fook  & Gurnam Kaur Sidhu

(University Technology MARA, Malaysia)

ESL Teachers’ Knowledge and Best Practices in School-Based Assessment: A Malaysian Perspective

Hiroko Haenouchi

11:30-12:00

Kenji Kitao (Doshisha University, Japan) & S. Kathleen Kitao (Doshisha Women’s College, Japan)

Corpus-Based Analysis of Japanese University English Entrance Exams

Keika Kikuchi

12:10-12:40

Keika Kikuchi (Waseda University, Japan)

University English Entrance Examinations in Japan and Task-based Language Teaching

Kenji Kitao

14:20-14:50

Chan Swee Heng,  Ain Nadzimah Abdullah & Mazlin Mazlan

(Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)

Testing English for Science and Technology: The Malaysian Experience

TBA

17:10-17:40

Yong-Yae Park

(Seoul National University, korea)

What Makes Learners’ Story-telling Nonnative-like: Using Frog Story Narratives

Mark Knight

17:50-18:20

Mark Knight

(Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)

Who Says the Teacher Knows Best?” An Analysis of Senior Management use of Rhetorical Moves in Writing Compared with the Moves Being Taught on In-company English Courses

Yong-Yae Park

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 17 (2-401)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Chieko Kawauchi (Kurume University, Japan)

The Effects of CALL-Based Vocabulary Learning: Focusing on Learners’ Vocabulary Levels, Practice-Levels, and Proficiency Differences

Mabel S Lahlou

9:40-10:10

Mabel S Lahlou

(University of Sharjah, UAE)

The Power of English to Generate Interculturality in Times of Conflict

Chieko Kawauchi

11:30-12:00

Ryoichi Yamamoto (Teikyo University of Science & Technology, Japan)

Designing an English Course for Presentations to Enhance Language Learning

Liu Bing

12:10-12:40

Liu Bing

(Taiyuan University of Technology, China)

An Empirical Research on the Qualifications of College English Teachers in the Context of Multimedia-assisted English Teaching in China

Ryoichi Yamamoto

13:40-14:10

Hisako Yamauchi (Kurume Institute of

Technology, Japan) Hideko Nakano (Kyushu Kyoritsu University, Japan) & Mariko Oda Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan

Development of Multimedia ESP CALL Materials

Irene B. Hamada

14:20-14:50

Irene B. Hamada

(Philippine Military Academy, Philippines)

“Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Language Learning on Second Language Learners in a Military School”

Hisako Yamauchi

17:10-17:40

Yuri Nishihori (Hokkaido University, Japan)

Creative Use of Multimedia-assisted Communication Tools in CALL: Pedagogical Implications of Collaborative Distance Classes between China, Korea and Japan

Guo Naizhao

17:50-18:20

Guo Naizhao & Jia Guizhen (Shanxi University of Finance and Economics, China)

An Empirical Study of Computer Assisted Language Learning And Cultivation of Autonomous Learning Competence

Yuri Nishihori

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 18 (2-402)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Min-hsun Maggie Su & Pey-chewn Duo

(Ming Chuan University, Taiwan)

The Impact of CALL in EFL Students’ Motivation and Attitude

Kang, Myung-yeol

9:40-10:10

Kang, Myung-yeol & Lee, Byeong-cheon

(Tongmyong University, Korea)

CMC for English Learning: A Qualitative Case Study

Min-hsun Maggie Su

11:30-12:00

Sun Mei

(Beihang University, China)

Process Evaluation in Public Online Teaching

Kate Tzu-Ching, Chen

12:10-12:40

Kate Tzu-Ching, Chen

(Hung Kuang University, Taiwan)

Elementary School English Teachers’ Implementations of Educational Technology in Taiwan

Sun Mei

13:40-14:10

Zheng Yurong

(Harbin Engineering University, China)

Study on the Development of Oral Proficiency in EFL Learners under CALL model

Maki Ojima

14:20-14:50

Maki Ojima

(Institute of Education University of London, UK)

An Inquiry into Concept Mapping as a Form of Pre-task Planning: A Case Study of Three Adult Japanese Students

Zheng Yurong

17:10-17:40

Michał B. Paradowski

(University of Warsaw, Poland)

Get a Second Wind: Revive the L1

Akbar Mirhassani

17:50-18:20

Akbar Mirhassani, Ramin Akbari, & Mahdi Dehghan

(Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran)

The Relationship between Iranian EFL Learners’ Goal-Oriented and Self-regulated Learning and Their Language Proficiency

Michał B. Paradowski

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 19 (2-403)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Flora Shanti Baliah

(Holy Cross College, India)

Merging Cultures and/or Maintaining Cultural Identities in the EFL Context through Teaching Pragmatics in the English Class: With Special Reference to the Rural Students of India

Shin Matsuo

9:40-10:10

Shin Matsuo

(Tunghai University, Taiwan)

Language Choice in Chinese-Indonesian Communities

Flora Shanti Baliah

11:30-12:30

M Lotfi Ben Ahmed

(United Arab Emirates University, UAE)

Workshop: Non-Verbal Communication in the EFL Class

 

13:40-14:40

Michiko Nakano & Yasukata Yano (Waseda University, Japan)

Colloquium: University-level ELT and CCDL in Japan

 

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 20 (1-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Wei-Shi Wu &  Chia-Lin Hsin

(National Formosa University, Taiwan)

Cross-cultural Expectations of English Conversation Classes in Taiwan

Leonardi Lucky Kurniawan

9:40-10:10

Leonardi Lucky Kurniawan

(University of Surabaya, Indonesia)

Creating Competitive Advantage in Language Teaching through Cross Culture Course

Wei-Shi Wu

11:30-12:00

Naoe Naka (Wakayama Prefectural Naga High School, Japan)

Perceptions towards English Spoken by Non-natives at the University of Sydney

Xu Yunian

12:10-12:40

Xu Yunian

(Central South University, China)

Teaching of English vs. Teaching in English: A Practical ELT Model with Interdisciplinary Integration

Naoe Naka

13:40-14:10

Koji Morinaga

(Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

Which Is More Effective in Developing Students’ Vocabularies, ESP or Non-ESP Programs?

Cheng-yi Eric Lin

14:20-14:50

Cheng-yi Eric Lin

(National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

Evaluation of New English Textbooks for Senior High Schools in Taiwan: An Intercultural Perspective

Koji Morinaga

17:10-17:40

Toshihiko Suzuki (Sophia University, Japan)

The Development of Learners’ Competence in Speech Act Performance through an Autonomous Speech Act Learning Project

Belinda Lin Hsuan-wen

17:50-18:20

Belinda Lin Hsuan-wen

(China College of Marine Technology & Commerce, Taiwan)

Technologies of Classroom Plays Used in TEFL

Toshihiko Suzuki

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 21 (2-404)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Anne Radowick & Park Jin-Young

(Inha University, Korea)

Putting Movement into Pronunciation=Pronunci-action

Oswald Jochum

9:40-10:10

Oswald Jochum (Carinthian University of Applied Sciences, Austria) & Hilda Fanta (University of Klagenfurt)

The 7 Steps of ECIT (Emotionally and Cognitively Intelligent Teaching)

Anne Radowick

11:30-12:00

Paul Daniels

(Kochi University of Technology, Japan)

Mobile Learning: From Fascination to Feasibility

Francis Britto

12:10-12:40

Francis Britto (Sophia University, Japan)

Web-based Reading and Listening: An Original Approach

Paul Daniels

13:40-14:10

Jia Aibing, Yan Jinglan, Long Maozhong & Yang Huimin

(East China University of Science and Technology, China)

SPICM—A New Instructional Model for Teaching Advanced English

Hoo-Dong Kang

14:20-14:50

Hoo-Dong Kang

(Chinju National Unversity of Education, Korea)

Activities to Bridge the Gap between the Classroom and the Outside through MALL in the EFL Context

Jia Aibing

17:10-17:40

Yoonhee Choe

(Seoul National University, Korea)

The Effect of Task Complexity and English Proficiency on EFL Learners' Task Production in the Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication

Machi Okumura 

17:50-18:20

Machi Okumura (PRONTEST), Hiroshi Oomura, Hiroaki Kojima (AIST and PRONTEST), Hiroyuki Obari (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)

Application of Speech Recognition to CALL

Yoonhee Choe

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 22 (1-402)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Jody Marshall

(Yichun University, China)

Games in the High School and University EFL Classroom : The Psychological Approach

Venny M.K. Lai

9:40-10:10

Venny M.K. Lai

(The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)

Impact of the Participation Metaphor in the Productive Learning of Vocabulary Acquisition

Jody Marshall

 

11:30-12:00

Zhi Hui

(Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

The Application of the Theory of ‘Markedness’ and ‘Unmarkedness’ in the Foreign Letters and the Foreign Trade Contracts

Massoud Tajadini

12:10-12:40

Massoud Tajadini

(Kerman Azad University, Iran)

An Investigation of English Article System and the Impact of Avoidance 

Zhi Hui

13:40-14:10

Xia Sun

(Tsinghua University, China)

Choosing to Write—An English Magazine Editing Project

Kaiyi, Tu

14:20-14:50

Kaiyi, Tu (Southwest University of Finance & Economics, China), Jun Zhou, Hongwei Wang (Sichuan University, China) & Dan Li (Sichuan Normal University, China)

The Way to Be Out of its Present Dilemma in China: English from FL to SL

Xia Sun 

17:10-17:40

Eveline Yi-ting Tang

(Graduate Institute of English, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

Taiwanese EFL Learners’ Use of Conjunctions in Writings of English

Pan, Bingxin

17:50-18:20

Pan, Bingxin

(Hebei Normal University, China)

Name-using as a Strategy in Intercultural Communication

Eveline Yi-ting Tang

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 23 (2-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Joan Young Gregg & Beth M. Pacheco

(New York City College of Technology, USA)

Mythical, Magical, Marvelous Beasts: Visuals in the Postsecondary TEFL Classroom

Victoria Tuzlukova

9:40-10:10

Victoria Tuzlukova

(Rostov State Pedagogical University, Russia)

Culture-Sensitive EFL Teaching Materials Development

Joan Young Gregg

11:30-12:30

Ian Stevenson (Tamagawa Gakuen Middle School, Japan)

Workshop: Using Novels/Short Stories in Returnee Classes

 

13:40-14:40

Terry Fellner, Maggie Lieb & Gregory Sholdt (Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan)

Colloquium: Developing and Implementing an EAP Curriculum for Intermediate Level Students

 

17:10-17:40

Bob Gettings (Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Japan)

Teaching Assistants (Tutors) in University Conversation class

Takane Yamaguchi

17:50-18:20

Takane Yamaguchi (Waseda University, Japan)

Collocations Frequently Taken in a Short Multiple-choice Question for University Entrance Examinations in Japan

Bob Gettings

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)      Room 24 (2-406)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30 

Akiko Tsuda (Kyushu University, Japan)

College English for Career Development: Lesson Plans on the English Core Course

Huizhong Shen

9:40-10:10

Huizhong Shen & Peiying Ji

(The University of Sydney, Australia)

What’s Missing in College English Textbooks for Effective Teaching? An Analysis of Pragmatic Information

Akiko Tsuda

11:30-12:00

Keiko Okada & Yuka Iijima (Dokkyo University, Japan)

Management of a Large Japanese University EFL Program

Iis Nur Rodliyah

12:10-12:40

Iis Nur Rodliyah

(Brawijaya University, Indonesia)

Teaching English through English: Setting Enjoyable Activities of Dubbing and Subtitling in Listening Class

Keiko Okada

14:20-14:50

Marcos Y. Lopez

(Centro Escolar University, Philippines)

Development and Validation of Critical Thinking Infusion Lessons in Communication Skills for Filipino Freshman College Students

TBA

17:10-17:40

Ali Bastanfar & Toktam Hashemi

(Islamic Azad University-Khoy Branch, Iran)

Understanding Iranian University Students’ Reading Problems

Liza Sharmin

17:50-18:20

Liza Sharmin

(Gono Bishwabidyalay University, Bangladesh)

Material Developments for Medical Students

Ali Bastanfar

 


Day 2  August 19th (Saturday)        Room 25 (1-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-10:00 

Oryang Kwon (Seoul National University, Korea), Kensaku Yoshida (Sophia University, Japan), Dongil Shin (Chung-Ang University, Korea), Kyung-Soon Boo (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea), Jin Kyong Lee (Soongsil University, Korea), & Seok Boon Hyoun (Geumbuk Elementary School, Korea)

<Commercial Presentation: Benesse>

High-School Students' English Abilities in East Asia and the Effect of Elementary School English Education in Korea

 

11:30-12:00

Steve King (Pearson Longman ELT)

<Commercial Presentation: Pearson Longman>

Teaching for the New TOEIC® Test

 

12:10-12:40

Megumi Kawate- Mierzejewska (Temple University Japan/CIEE Japan)

<Commercial Presentation: TOEFL/CIEE>

Learning about the TOEFL®-iBT

 

13:40-14:40

The Institute for International Business Communication (IIBC)/

TOEIC Steering Committee, Soo im Lee (Ryukoku University, Japan) & Kiyomi Yoshizawa (Kansai University, Japan)

<Commercial Presentation: TOEIC>

The TOEIC® Test: Spreading the Global Standard for English Testing

 

 

17:10-17:40

Tomoki Fukue & Takuya Hirano (ALC Press Inc.)

<Commercial Presentation: ALC>

Speaking Tests for English learners: SST & T-SST

 

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 1 (1-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Yunan Ye

(Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)

A Cognitive Stylistic Approach to the Teaching of EFL Writing

AeJin Kang

9:40-10:10

AeJin Kang

(Sookmyung Women’s University, Korea)

EFL College Students’ Attitudes and Perception of CBI Courses

Yunan Ye

11:30-12:00

Yinghui, Sun

(Beijing Normal University, China)

Citation Problems of Chinese MA Students and Its Pedagogical Implications

Ryusuke Yamato

12:10-12:40

Ryusuke Yamato (Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan)

How Do Contexts and Inference Affect the Retention of New Vocabulary?

Yinghui, Sun

14:40-15:10

Mira Chung, Yun-sook Kim

(Korea National University of Education, Korea)

Teaching Vocabulary with Humor in an EFL Situation

Yukie Ueno

15:20-15:50

Yukie Ueno (Hokkai Gakuen University, Japan), Tomohiko Oda (Sapporo University, Japan), Masashi Sasaki (Musashi Women’s College, Japan), Kyoko Morikoshi (Hokusei Gakuen Junior College, Japan) & Midori Yoshida (Tenshi University, Japan)

Seeking the Way to Improve Students’ Writing Skills: Analyzing Japanese University Students’ Writing Productions

Mira Chung

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 2 (1-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Yoko Kanazawa (Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan)

Analytical Summary Writing: Use of Strategies and the Effects of Instruction

Mehdi Rahimian

9:40-10:10

Mehdi Rahimian

(Isfahan University, Iran)

The Role of Comprehensible Output in Modified Output Elicitation

Yoko Kanazawa

11:30-12:00

Wu Dingmin

(Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronauti, China)

A Survey of Cultural Awareness among College Teachers & Students

Kim, Yong-suk

12:10-12:40

Kim, Yong-suk

(Daegu National University of Education, Korea)

An Open English Class on the Internet

Wu Dingmin

14:40-15:10

Minjong Song

(Sungkyul University, Korea)

A Proposal for Practicing Modified Process-centered Writing for Freshman English Courses in Korea

Carol Wexler

15:20-15:50

Carol Wexler

(Tel Aviv University, Israel)

Designing Specialized EAP Reading Comprehension Courses in an EFL Setting: A Course for Nursing Students

Minjong Song

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 3 (1-303)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Flordeliza Reyes-Magday

(Bataan Schools Division, Philippines)

Project CORI (Concept Oriented Reading Instruction For Mastery of Reading Skills)

Shahizah Ismail Hamdan

9:40-10:10

Shahizah Ismail Hamdan

(Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia)

Literature of /for the Future: Science Fiction in an ESL/EFL Context

Flordeliza Reyes-Magday

11:30-12:00

Toshiko Koyama (Ohtani Women’s College, Japan) & Osamu Takeuchi (Kansai University, Japan)

How Do Good Language Learners Use a Handheld Electronic Dictionary?: A Qualitative Study

Yueh-chiu Helen Wang

12:10-12:40

Yueh-chiu Helen Wang

(National Penghu University, Taiwan)

SWOT Analysis of Using Writing Software “My Access” in Taiwan

Toshiko Koyama

14:40-15:10

Ki-Hwa Park, Yak-Woo Park & Hee-Kyong Choi (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea)

Recommendations for Earlier Implementation of English Education in Korean Elementary Schools

Z. N. Patil

15:20-15:50

Z. N. Patil

(Central Institute of English and Foreign Language, India)

Resetting the Priorities in English Language Teaching in Asia

Ki-Hwa Park

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 4 (2-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Anita Poon

(Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

An Experiment on Applying the Integrative-narrative Method to the Teaching of Reading in a Primary School in Hong Kong

Ronan Brown 

9:40-10:10

Ronan Brown (Seinan Gakuin University, Japan)

Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition from Reading, Reading-while-listening, and Listening to Stories

Anita Poon

12:10-12:40

Masumi Azuma (Kobe Geijutsukoka University, Japan)

Researching Metaphorical Competence in TEFL

TBA

14:40-15:10

Hacer Demir

(Anadolu University, Turkey)

Language and Culture in ELT

Kwan, Zi

15:20-15:50

Kwan, Zi

(National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

The Effects of Visual Input on the Listening Comprehension of EFL Students

Hacer Demir 

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 5 (2-302)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Song Li & Qiao Mengduo

(Harbin Institute of Technology, China)

Internationalization and Nativization of ELT in China

Viola Wong Yuk Yue 

9:40-10:10

Viola Wong Yuk Yue

(The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,

Hong Kong)

To Teach or Not to Teach

Song Li 

11:30-12:00

Zha Dehua

(Zhejiang Wanli University, China)

A “Whole” Strategy for English Learning

Marina Karaseva

12:10-12:40

Marina Karaseva

(Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Russia)

Perceiving Foreign Language Melodically

Zha Dehua

14:40-15:10

Maher Fattash Zubaidi

(An-Najah National University, Palestine)

Enhancing Students’ Motivation through Extracurricular Activities

Patrick Ng Chin Leong

15:20-15:50

Patrick Ng Chin Leong

(Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Improving Oral Communication Skills through Readers Theatre (RT)

Maher Fattash Zubaidi

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 6 (2-201)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:40-10:10

Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh

(University of Michigan, USA)

Persuasion and Dialogic Interaction in Persian and English Newspaper Editorial Genres

TBA

11:30-12:30

Etsuko Shimo (Miyazaki Municipal University, Japan) & Matthew Apple (Doshisha University, Japan)

Workshop: Using Cooperative Learning Activities in the Language Classroom

 

14:40-15:10

Kim, Tae Eun

(English Education Research Institute International, Korea)

The Effectiveness of Graphic Organizer Activities on Elementary and Middle School Students’ Summary Writing

Eunsook Shim

15:20-15:50

Eunsook Shim

(Sang-Ji University, Korea)

Teaching Writing for Academic Purposes: A Genre Analysis of Research Article Introductions

Kim, Tae Eun

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 7 (2-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Qiao Liting

(Nanjing University, China)

The Necessity of Cooperative Learning in College English Classes in China

Yuan Ximing

9:40-10:10

Yuan Ximing & Jian Wang

(Northwestern Polytechnic University, China)

The Effectiveness of Collaborative Learning in EFL Large Class Teaching

Qiao Liting

11:30-12:30

Venancio Lazaro Mendiola (Philippine Normal University)

Workshop: Empowering ESL Learners on How to Write Haikus

 

14:40-15:10

Tian Hui

(Beijing Sport University, China)

Teaching English Through Poetry

Nipa Brosnan

15:20-15:50

Nipa Brosnan (Banchongkho Santisuk Wittayakarn School, Thailand), Saiwaroon Chumpavan & Sirinan Srinaowaratt

(Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand)

English Word Stress Perception and Production of Thai 12th Grade Students of English

Tian Hui

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 8 (2-402)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Wu De-ben

(Anshan University of Science &Technology, China)

On Promotion Creativity & Mutual-Motion Teaching Principle

Bee Eng Wong

9:40-10:10

Bee Eng Wong & Swee Heng Chan

(Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)

Acquisition of the English Past Tense and Present Perfect among ESL learners

Wu De-ben

11:30-12:30

Tika Ram Bhatta (Sangla Balkumari Secondary School, Nepal)

Workshop: Story: An Integrated Approach to Language Teaching

 

14:40-15:10

Fatemeh Hazar

(The University of Tabriz, Iran )

Variations in Oral Performance of Familiar Vs.  Unfamiliar Tasks: A Study of the Impact of Interactional Feedback

Lixia Li

15:20-15:50

Lixia Li

(Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University, China), Zeng Deqi (Southeast Missouri State University, USA) & Xiaorong Zhang (Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University, China)

A Survey of Chinese Students’ Perceptions of Native English-Speaking Teachers

Fatemeh Hazar

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 9 (2-403)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Jin-Wan Kim

(Seoul National University, Korea)

Revisiting Research Studies in the Journal of Asia TEFL

Kayo Shirasaka

9:40-10:10

Kayo Shirasaka (University of Miyazaki, Japan)

Pedagogical Consideration of Autonomous Reading Activity by Young EFL Learners

Jin-Wan Kim

11:30-12:30

Khadim Hussain (Bahria University, Pakistan)

Workshop: Critical Reading and Empirical Inquiry

 

14:40-15:10

Fatemeh Fazeli

(Shaheed Beheshti Medical Sciences University, Iran)

A Study of the Production of English Sentential Complements (ESCs) by EFL Persian Learners

Pratoom Sriruksa

15:20-15:50

Pratoom Sriruksa

(Thepsatri Rajabhat University, Thailand)

Dare You to Disagree?: Collective Argumentation and Mutual Scaffolding

Fatemeh Fazeli

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 10 (1-305)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Hohsung Choe

(Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea)

Self-Perceptions of Korean EFL Graduate Students in a Korean TESOL Program

Xiaoyu Xu 

9:40-10:10

Xiaoyu Xu

(Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

Moving Toward an Effective EFL Teaching: College English Reform in China

Hohsung Choe

11:30-12:00

Mingming Qiu

(Zhejiang University of Technology, China)

The Relationship between Different Orientations of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation and the Role of Goal Setting in Students’ Approach to Learning English in China

Chan-Kyoo Min 

12:10-12:40

Chan-Kyoo Min & Myeong-Ae Ha

(Korea National University of Education, Korea)

The Effects of the EPIK Program in Korea

Mingming Qiu 

14:40-15:10

Hae-Ri Kim & Soo-Ok Kweon

(Seoul National University of Education, Korea)

Integrating Four Language Skills Through a Reading Course at University Level

Taufiq Effendi

15:20-15:50

Taufiq Effendi

(State University of Jakarta, Indonesia)

Student Perception of Observation as a Pre-writing Activity

Hae-Ri Kim 

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 11 (2-401)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Li Jie

(Nankai University, China)

The Empirical Analysis on the Impact of College English Teachers’ Individual Characteristics on Knowledge, Skill and Ability

Trudy Zuckermann

9:40-10:10

Trudy Zuckermann

(Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Communitarianism, Independence , and Accountability: Three Issues in Teacher Education

Li Jie

11:30-12:00

Xu juan & Zhou Ying

(Nanjing University, China)

A Bridge to English Education among Third Year and Fourth Year University Students

Joe Barnett

12:10-12:40

Joe Barnett

(Michlalah-Jerusalem College, Israel)

What Every Literacy Teacher Should Know about English Phonics

Xu juan

14:40-15:10

Kittiya Mukdaprasert

(Khon Kean University, Thailand)

Promoting English Reading Ability and Morality through Self-Directed Learning for Blind students

Junmei Zhang

15:20-15:50

Junmei Zhang & Xiufeng Yan

(Beijing University of Technology, China)

Practice of Output-based English Teaching

Kittiya Mukdaprasert

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 12 (1-306)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Harunur Rashid Khan

(East West University, Bangladesh)

Paradigm Shift in Teacher Education: Perception and Performance

Christopher A. Bradley

9:40-10:10

Christopher A. Bradley (Siebold University of Nagasaki, Japan)

Spirituality and Language Pedagogy: A Match Made in Heaven?

Harunur Rashid Khan

11:30-12:00

Yumika Muramatsu

(University of Arizona, USA)

Are Native-Speakers Better?: A Report of a Preliminary Study at a Private Japanese University

Dongmei Chen

12:10-12:40

Dongmei Chen

(Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

The Change of Teacher’s Role in the New Teaching Mode and Teacher Education

Yumika Muramatsu

14:40-15:10

Melodie Cook (Siebold University of Nagasaki, Japan)

Gender Bias in ESL/EFL Textbook Visuals

Sang-Ho Han

15:20-15:50

Sang-Ho Han

(Gyeongju University, Korea)

English Teacher Awareness and Professional Development in the Far-East Asian Context

Melodie Cook

 

 


Special Lectures

Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)      Room 13 (2-301)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:40-10:10

Kimie Oshima, (Bunkyo Gakuin University, Japan)

English Rakugo as a Hint to Find “Japanese English”

 TBA

11:30-12:30

Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan)

The Relationship between Vocabulary and Reading. New Data, New Thinking.

 TBA

14:40-15:10

Seamus Fagan (University of Newcastle, Australia)

Should Asian Englishes Be More Valued in the Classrooms of Asia?

 TBA

15:20-15:50

Mamoru MorizumiObirin University Graduate School, Japan

On English ‘Classology’ at the Tertiary Level of Education

 TBA

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 14 (2-404)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Jae-Oh Choi

(Hanseo University, Korea)

Listening Comprehension in English: A Case Study of Korean College Students

Grace Chin-Wen Chien

9:40-10:10

Grace Chin-Wen Chien

(Chung-Hu Elementary School, Taiwan)

Elementary School Standardized English Achievement Tests in Taiwan

Jae-Oh Choi

11:30-12:00

Eun-Kyong Haam

(International Graduate School of English, Korea)

Teaching Test-taking Strategies on Reading Comprehension Tests: Qualitative Study

Sun Li

12:10-12:40

Sun Li

(Anshan University of Science and Technology, China)

Qualities of EFL Teachers Needed for Effective Classroom Teaching of EFL

Eun-Kyong Haam

14:40-15:10

Satsuki Osaki (Chuo University, Japan),

Chitose Asaoka (Dokkyo University, Japan) &

Shien Sakai (Chiba University of Commerce, Japan)

English Language Requirements for Prospective EFL Teachers: Comparative Analysis of STEP in Japan and GEPT in Taiwan

Seungbin Roh

15:20-15:50

Seungbin Roh

(The University of Suwon, Korea )

Rethinking Literacy and English Language Teaching (ELT) in Korea

Satsuki Osaki

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 15 (2-406)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Shin’ichiro Ishikawa (Kobe University, Japan)

Vocabulary and Construction Seen in Japanese EFL Learners’ Speech Presentation: A Corpus-based Approach

Mao-cheng Liang

9:40-10:10

Mao-cheng Liang

(Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)

POS Tag Sequences from NS Corpora as a Measure of the Quality of Second Language Writing

Shin’ichiro Ishikawa

11:30-12:00

Kensaku Yoshida (Sophia University, Japan) & Naoyuki Naganuma

(Seisen University, Japan)

A Research on Patterns of Ways of Teaching and Language Proficiencies at Super English Language High Schools (SELHi)

Susan Holzman

12:10-12:40

Susan Holzman

(Beit Berl College, Israel)

Formative Assessment of Error in Student Writing

Kensaku Yoshida

14:40-15:10

Rui Huang

(Jimei University, China)

On Designing Principles of Testing Writing and Its Score Evaluation

Cecilia Martinez Mendiola

15:20-15:50

Cecilia Martinez Mendiola

(Philippine Normal Unive rsity, Philippines)

Sensing the Literary Competence of ESL Learners

Rui Huang

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 16 (1-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Chino Otomo (Tohoku University, Japan)

Evaluating Japanese EFL Learners’ Errors in Writing: Intelligibility Judgment by Native and Non-native Speakers of English

Zhang Yanli

9:40-10:10

Zhang Yanli

(Shanghai International Studies University, China)

A Tentative Study of Reliability and Validity Characteristics of the Self-taught English Oral Examination in China

Chino Otomo

11:30-12:00

William Grabe

Northern Arizona University, USA)

Teaching Text Structure Awareness to Improve Reading Comprehension

Chen Zeli

12:10-12:40

Chen Zeli

(The University Of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China)

Assessing for Learning: the Writing Portfolio Assessment in an EFL Class

William Grabe

14:40-15:10

Soulignavong Latsanyphone

(National University of Laos, Laos)

The Level of English Achievement in the Department of English, the National University of Laos

Chang, Hyo-Jin

15:20-15:50

Chang, Hyo-Jin

(International Graduate School of English, Korea)

Improvement in Suprasegmentals: How Can We Help Our Students?

Soulignavong Latsanyphone

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 17 (2-304)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Yasushige Ishikawa (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan), Naoki Sugimori (Ritsumeikan University, Japan) & Reiko Tateiwa (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan) 

Evaluation of AmiVoice CALL-Pronunciation as an Online Pronunciation Training System for Japanese EFL Learners

Shao Jirong

9:40-10:10

Shao Jirong

(Nanjing University, China)

Technoconstructivism in Advanced English Elective Courses for Non-English Majors

Yasushige Ishikawa

11:30-12:30

Yasukata Yano (Waseda University, Japan), Ikuo Koike (Meikai University, Japan),

Michiko Nakano (Waseda University, Japan) & Kazuharu Owada (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

Colloquium: Forum for On-demand Lecture Circulation (FOLC): Sharing of Unique Lecture Contents via Internet

 

14:40-15:10

I-Chien Chen (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan) & Yuehchiu Fang (National Formosa University, Taiwan)

Strategies Adopted by Beginning FL Learners to Communicate in the Web Blog Environment

Rebecca Oxford

15:20-15:50

Rebecca Oxford &

Meng Yaru

(University of Maryland, USA)

How Task-based Web-CT Discussions Facilitate Academic Learning and English Acquisition of Asian Graduate Students in the U.S.

I-Chien Chen

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 18 (1-307)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Hideko Nakano (Kyushu Kyoritsu University, Japan) & Kiyohisa Natsume (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)

The Brain Activation of Japanese L2 in English Vocabulary Learning: An EEG Study on Effects of Multimedia Materials

Lisa Cheung Mei Ling

9:40-10:10

Lisa Cheung Mei Ling

(The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Making Sense of Knowledge Building in an Online Context: A Corpus Linguistic Approach

Hideko Nakano

11:30-12:00

Kiyohisa Natsume, Natsuko Yoshida (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan) & Hideko Nakano (Kyushu Kyoritsu University, Japan)

Development of EEG Pattern Recorded at 8 Electrodes in L2 English Rhythm Acquisition Process

Nguyen Ba Chinh

12:10-12:40

Nguyen Ba Chinh

(University of Melbourne, Vietnam/Australia)

Situating Error Feedback Practices in L2 Writing for Business Students at Foreign Trade University , Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Kiyohisa Natsume

14:40-15:10

Hye Jin Huh

(EduKLC, Korea)

Integrating an Individualized Level-based Online Learning Program with Offline Teaching Methods

Selma Karabinar

15:20-15:50

Selma Karabinar

(Marmara University, Turkey)

Cognitive Strategy Use and Self-Concept in Language Learning

Hye Jin Huh

 

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 19 (1-308)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Reiko Matsuoka (National College of Nursing, Japan)

Willingness to Communicate in English among Japanese College Students

Sumathi Renganathan 

9:40-10:10

Sumathi Renganathan & Chong Su Li

(Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia)

The Use of English as a Social Practice in a Multilingual and Multi-ethnic Community

Reiko Matsuoka

11:30-12:00

Suchun Wang

(Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, China)

Culture Fusion and English Language Teaching

John Katunich

12:10-12:40

John Katunich (University of Kitakyushu, Japan)

Toward a Discourse of Cultural Tourism:  Pedagogical and Critical Perspectives for EFL

Suchun Wang

14:40-15:10

Amin Karimnia

(Iran)

A Contrastive Study of Four Cultural Differences in Every day Conversation between English and Persian

Li Junfen

15:20-15:50

Li Junfen

(Xingtai Vocational and Technical College, China)

Intercultural Educationa New Perspective to Deal with Classroom Diversity

Amin Karimnia

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 20 (1-309)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Bahram Behin

(Azarbaijan University of Teacher Education, Iran)

Reading Literature: A Journey into the Unknown

Margaret-Mary Lieb

9:40-10:10

Margaret-Mary Lieb (Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan)

Meeting the Challenges of Global Citizenship Education in the Japanese EFL Classroom

Bahram Behin

11:30-12:00

Chia-hsing Pan

(Shu-te University, Taiwan)

An Evaluation of Implicature Understanding of College English Majors in Taiwan: In the Case of Shu-te University of Technology

Chiaki Iwai

12:10-12:40

Chiaki Iwai (Hiroshima City University, Japan)

Perceptions of English: Cross-cultural Comparison among Learners in Four EFL Contexts

Chia-hsing Pan

14:40-15:10

Meng Jianguo

(Shanghai Finance University, China)

Cultural Barriers in Students’ Language Learning: A Comparative Linguistic and Cultural Approach

Aslam Khan bin Samahs Khan

15:20-15:50

Aslam Khan bin Samahs Khan

(International Languages Teacher Training Institute, Malaysia)

Recipe for Critical Thinking Skills

Meng Jianguo

 

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 21 (1-203)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Gao Yanquin & Pan Aimin (Shaoguan University, China)

A College English Reform Tendency for Shaoguan University

Li Xuan

9:40-10:10

Li Xuan & Songsri Sonparaporn

(Mahidol University, Thailand)

Evaluation of College English Test

Gao Yanquin

11:30-12:00

Meiyan Liu

(Northwest Polytechnic University, China)

Contrastive Study of the Phenomena of Lexical Coincidence, Parallel and Gap between English and Chinese from Cultural Perspective

Liu Baoquan

12:10-12:40

Liu Baoquan (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China) & Hou Yanping (Shanghai International Studies University, China)

Proficiency of School English Teachers and the Primary School English Promotion -- As Seen from a Report Analysis of English Test in a County of Shanghai, China

Meiyan Liu

14:40-15:10

Soo im Lee (Ryukoku University, Japan) & Haeyoung Han (Halla University, Korea)

Starting to Swim in the Open Seas:

Direct Communication in English and its Effects on the Reconciliation between Japan and Korea

Akiko Yamane

15:20-15:50

Akiko Yamane

(Iwakuni Junior College, Japan)

Comparative Studies of Situation-based Teaching and Function-based Teaching

Soo im Lee

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 22 (1-202)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Kumi Iwasaki (International Christian University, Japan)

Equip Students for Studying Abroad: Necessary or Unnecessary?

Dewi Candraningrum Soekirno

9:40-10:10

Dewi Candraningrum Soekirno

(Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Indonesia)

Unraveling Students’ Critical Engagement in Postcolonial Indonesia: An Alternative Syllabus of Prose in TEFL

Kumi Iwasaki

11:30-12:30

Sujeong Lee

(Teacher Training Institute, Korea)

Workshop: Integrating the Arts in the EFL Classroom

 

14:40-15:10

Keomany Thongsouk

(National University of Laos, Laos)

Consensus Building for Curriculum Improvement Based on Evaluation of Student Achievement

Marina Rassokha

15:20-15:50

Marina Rassokha

(Far Eastern National University, Russia)

Professional Discourse and Cultural Identity

Keomany Thongsouk

 


Day 3   August 20th (Sunday)       Room 23 (2-407)

Time

Presenter

Presentation

Moderator

9:00-9:30

Joseph Hung

(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Effective Memorization Methods in L1 Acquisition and L2 Learning: Insights from Neuro-educational Studies

Madoka Kawano