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CONFERENCE DAY-BY-DAY SCHEDULE THURSDAY 26 ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

10:00 - 10.30

OPENING CEREMONY

10:30 - 11.30

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION The Landscape of English Language Teaching: Roots, Routes and Ramifications Cristina Banfi FAAPI - APIBA

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 13:00

CP1 True Learning Takes Time L. Crichton Macmillan

13:45 - 14:30

CP2 Intercultural Language Activities J. Corbett Cambridge University Press

14:30 - 15:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Roots and routes in developing writers Clare Furneaux University of Reading

THEMATIC PANEL 1 Bi/Multi/Plurilinguismo, Interculturalidad y Política Lingüística S. Barboni, L. Corradi, M.M. Espíndola, L. Prytz Nilsson, S. Revale. Moderator: M. López Barrios

15:15 - 15:30

ROOM J

ROOM K

P4 Life of Pi: A Winding Route Towards Cherishing One's Roots M. Cuello

LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK

P2 P3 W1 Narrative Enquiry within Interculturalidad en las Clases de On Becoming Intercuturally Argentinean EFLTE: Lenguas Extranjeras: Uso vs Competent in English Crafting Professional Forma y Estructura. J. Kang Identities and Knowledge M.P. Oostdyk with the support of National through Students' Tales Geographic Learning M. C. Sarasa with the support of Fac. de Humanidades, UNM del Plata P5 The Use of Multimodal Resources to Explore a Text's Voices R. Cúneo & N. Sánchez Romera

W2 School Leadership for Success P. Wright with the support of the British Council

W3 W4 Information Communication Technologies in the 21st Technology: Bridging Century Classrooms in the geographical distances, Development of a Projectacademic and cultural gaps Based Learning History M.M. Suarez Unit of Work. S. Rettaroli, C. Toti & M. Gavilán

W5 Shaping Your Students' Lives L. Crichton with the support of Macmillan

Meet & Greet Fred Genesee Presented by APIBA

P6 ESP: A Medium to Develop Linguistic Competence and Professional Identity V. Valenti & M. Galimberti

15:30 - 16:00

COFFEE BREAK

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION La enseñanza de las lenguas extranjeras en la construcción del plurilingüismo en América Latina Rainer E. Hamel FAAPI - APIBA

17:00 - 17:30

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION The Politics of Pronunciation Helen Ashton with the support of the British Council

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Four perspectives in Teacher Education G. Díaz Maggioli

P7 Meet the Words: A Philological and SocioCultural Approach to Discourse Analysis at Teacher Training College F. Viale

P8 Integrating "Culture and Communication" as a Reading Course at Secondary School S. López

P15 Comparative Analysis of Cultural Expressions M. F. Rodriguez, C. Ferrara & S. Salinas

P16 Celeste or Blue? The Importance of Culture in Teaching Vocabulary A. Esquerré

ROOM C

ROOM D

17:45 - 18:00

18:00 - 19:30

ROOM I

APIBA SIGs General Meeting

LUNCH BREAK P1 What Do Gibraltarians Speak? M del C Ferreiro

17:30 - 17:45

ROOM H

COFFEE BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

16:00 - 17:00

ROOM G

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Lessons from Research on Immersion Programs in Canada Fred Genesee FAAPI - APIBA

13:00 - 13:45

15:00 - 15:15

ROOM F REGISTRATION

08:00 - 10:00

P9 Integration of Students with Special Educational Needs M. S. García & G. Graizzaro

P10 P11 The Role of Vocabulary What's in a Label? Identity Teaching and Learning in and Liminality in "Bra" by the Development of Rhina Espaillat M. J. Intercultural Communicative Alemán, M. M. Michel & Competence in EFL S. Company Textbooks G. A. Helale, G. San Martín, P. Barboza & M. J. Alcázar with the support of ACPI

P17 P18 The Future Teacher of English in Interweaving Critical Reading Argentina: The Roles of the of Media Texts and Culture Humanities, Research and in a First Year Teacher Collaboration in the New Training College C. Curricula Naom & L. Carreño M. S. Ibañez & R. Lothringer

P12 Pensamiento Crítico, Reflexión, Conciencia Cultural Crítica: Características de la Interculturalidad en la Lectura en Lengua Extranjera M. Porto

P13 21st Century Skills for Young Learners J. Kang with the support of National Geographic Learning

P14 Barriers, Borders and Crossings in British Postcolonial Fiction. A Gender Perspective C. Acquarone

P19 Between Worlds: Two Intercultural Bilingual Programs in Misiones L. S. Prytz Nilsson & M. M. Espíndola with the support of MCECyT (Misiones)

P20 How Do Languages, Culture and Identity Interact in the EFL Classroom Today? P. Femenía

P 21 TIC en el Aula: A Free Platform for Teachers by Teachers R. Zeinstejer- J. Verschoor with the support of SBS Argentina

P22 Reflecting on Identity and Intercultural Issues through Literature M. X. Maceri

ROOM G

ROOM H

ROOM I

ROOM J

GOOD PRACTICE STORIES Teens Coordinated by Silvia Rettaroli L. Aza, I. Gambarrutta, S. Benson

WELCOME COCKTAIL FAAPI - APIBA - British Embassy - British Council

FRIDAY 27 ROOM A

ROOM B

09:00 - 10:00

ROOM E

ROOM F REGISTRATION

08:00 - 09:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Building Cultural Competence in the 21st Century Student’s Toolkit Myriam Met with the support of the US Embassy P23 Swap with Swing M.E. Segura

P24 P25 P26 True /False Activities in the Computer and Internet Mediated Multiculturalism in the ESP Spotlight Narrative Construction in EFL Reading Class L. Torres M.C. Chiappero, A. Massa & C. S. Company, S. Loutayf & Schander F. Irrazábal

10:00 - 10:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Real life activities as the basis for teaching in multilingual contexts Fernanda Coelho Liberali FAAPI - APIBA

10:30 - 11:00

ACADEMIC PRESENTATION 1 So what’s so great about Britain? Robin Walker Oxford University Press

P29 Designing Intercultural and Bilingual E-material for Primary and Secondary Schools L. Simón & S. Barboni

P30 P31 The Influence of Little La Formación Docente en la Era Women on Argentine de la Enseñanza de Lenguas Women over the Decades€ Extranjeras Basada en un A. Lanzi Enfoque Integral de Suficiencia Lingüística L. Levi Altstaedter with the support of East Carolina University, USA

P32 Border Pedagogy: Towards € Re-routing Roots in Intercultural Education €F. Perduca

P27 La Lectura Multimodal Propuesta por el LibroÁlbum: Puente hacia Nuevas Perspectivas Cognitivas M.C.Thomson

P28 W6 W7 How Much Does Breaking the vicious circle: Confidence Leads to Instructional Format How circle work can calm Competence: Creative Influence Learning? and cure the modern child Activities to Develop Both Cognitive Load Theory and L. Crichton Language Skills and SelfReading Comprehension with the support of Esteem Skills: A Case Study with Macmillan G. Bertolini Young Learners M. P. González & D. Vázquez

P33 P34 An Experience with ICT Cultural Experiences in the and University Students ELT Class D. Martino, J. Arzuaga & M. B. Pawlak A. L. Marchel

ROOM K


11:00 - 11:30

COFFEE BREAK W8 Oppa Gangnam Style: Models of Culture in Language Teaching P. Toledo

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:15

THEMATIC PANEL 2 Bi/Multi/Plurilingualism, Interculturality & Technology M. Amez, A. Artusi, A. García, C. Furneaux & L. Simón Moderator: G. Madera

ACADEMIC PRESENTATION 2 Moving beyond the app: What counts as a serious technologymediated instruction? G. Díaz Maggioli Macmillan

ACADEMIC PRESENTATION 3 Global learning in the curriculum: the case of Connecting Classrooms Rubén Mazzei British Council

ACADEMIC CONVERSATION What are the drawbacks of being bilingual? Cristina Banfi & Fred Genesee

W9 Using New Technologies to Teach Language, Literature and History D. Bagüez

W10 Informal Writing in the 21st Century: Too Strange 4U? V. Fusco & M.I. Córdoba

W11 Identity and Engagement in Language Teacher Education T. Kiddle with the support of NILE

W12 Images, Language & Culture J. Corbett with the support of Cambridge University Press

W13 W14 Improving Writing through Introducing Local Cultural the Use of the Visual Arts: Content to Enhance The Blending of Two English Language Learning Creative Processes in Secondary School Towards the Enhancement J. Carlassare of Written Productions V. Frascino

12:15 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 13:45 LUNCH BREAK

P35 Using Spanish in an Academic English Language Learning Environment N. González with the support of Instituto Balseiro

P36 Academic Identities in Research Articles: The Presence of € 'Self' and 'The Other' through the Analysis of Stance and Voice N. F. Muguiro

P37 Female Disempowerment in the Disourse of Advertising D. Ferreyra Fernández

CP3 How to bring your classroom to Life with National Geographic Life! I. Martin National Geographic Learning

CP4 Quality Language Travel to UK, USA , CAN , NZ , SA since 1981 S. Carmona VIC Organization

CP5 Brighten up your lessons with Cambridge English free resources G. González Cambridge English Language Assessment

W15 Practical Pronunciation H. Ashton with the support of the British Council

W16 Literature SIG A World of Difference. An Anthology of Short Stories from Five Continents: “Martha Martha” by Zadie Smith and “Storm Petrel” by Romesh Gunesekera M. Cuello, S. Masutti & C.C. de Weber

W17 L1 and L2 in EFL Lexical Development: Happy Marriage, Marriage of Convenience or Divorce? E. Villanueva de Debat & M. López Barrios

W22 Story-Telling and Identities in the EFL Classroom F. Parano

W23 Exploring Intercultural Language Education from a Multidiscipline Perspective E. Sardina Kuchen, R. Montes & A. Assenti del Río with the support of Home Intercultural Learning

W24 Exploring the Fun Side of Using English and Spanish in Class G. González

W29 Gender-Friendly Strategies to Enhance Learning M. G. Martino

W30 A Connected Educator in Progress: Building cultural bridges between people by opening yourself and your classrooms to an ever shrinking networked world M. del C. Colussa

W31 Developing Spheres of Interculturality through Performative Activity S. Hillyard

ROOM C

ROOM D

13:45 - 14:30

14:30 - 15:15

P38 Cultural Awareness and Language Enhancement through Social Networks A. C. Cad & P. Barboza

P39 Metacognition and Foreign Language Teaching: The Effects of Explicit Instruction on Transfer D. Vázquez

T1 Temas contables para APIs: Los SI y NO G. Montenegro Presentado por APIBA T2 Voluntariado en una Asociación de Profesores de Inglés: Los SI y los NO L. Barchuk & L. Copteleza Presentado por APIBA con el apoyo de AFS Programas Interculturales

Meet & Greet Myriam Met. Presented by APIBA with the support of the US Embassy

P40 P41 P42 Cultural Bonding in the Kinder 3 Goes Irish: The La inserción a un sistema 21st Century Language Experience of Bilingual educativo diferente Classroom and Bicultural Education at E. Sainz & S. Sánchez G. Tavella & C. St Patrick€ 's School con el apoyo de AFS Fernández F. Viale Programas Interculturales with the support of Huellas en Argentina y Uruguay Servicios Educativos

Meeting of FAAPI Associations

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Myths and Misunderstandings about Dual Language Acquisition in Young Learners Fred Genesse FAAPI - APIBA

ACADEMIC PRESENTATION 4 Essential skills for 21st century learners Michael Harris Pearson

DG 1 Remixing, recontextualizing and going multimodal. New horizons for the literary? M. Amez, C. Ferradas & R. Hasbani

W18 Interculturality in a Beer Can R. Greco

W19 The Mindful, Soulful and Joyful Teacher L. Szmuch

W20 Exploring Identity and Culture through Creative Tasks and Technology M. V. Saumell

W21 Do, Re, Mi: The Sound of Music in Our Classrooms N. Yermos, A. Paradiuk & M. Larrosa Presented by APIBA Methodology SIG

W28 Opening Doors to Writing V. Bain

DG 2 L1, L2, LX + C1, C2, CX: Posibilidades de Interacción en la Enseñanza de Lenguas Culturas Extranjeras E. Villanueva de Debat , M. López Barrios & M. Porto

GOOD PRACTICE STORIES Young Learners Coordinated by Silvia Rettaroli L. Perez Peña, C. Dagnino, S. Lopardo & M. Ansaldo

15:15 - 15:30

15:30 - 15:45

15:45 - 16:00

PD 1 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION ICT and Teaching: Collaborating to Educación intercultural bilingüe build knowledge? indígena en México: La Presented by British Council & integración de lenguas, APIBA e-TL SIG. culturas y asignaturas I. Cambiasso, J. Verschoor, C. Rainer E. Hamel Antinori, M. Balda & S. FAAPI - APIBA Lopardo

W25 W26 W27 Women in Texas Una carrera de obstáculos: Back to Basics: Giving R. Greco, L. Monserrat & Adultos de nivel elemental Feedback to Avoid Cultural M. Paz aprendiendo una Lengua Misunderstandings in Extranjera en clases Conversation numerosas. N. González Brandi M. Casco

16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 17:00

17:00 - 17:45

17:45 - 18:00

Meet & Greet Helen Ashton. Presented by APIBA Language & Phonology SIG with the support of the British Council By invitation only

COFFEE BREAK PD 2 British Council Continuing Professional Development KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Framework & APIBA Professional Routes into writing: Developing Development Programmes writing skills Presented by British Council & Clare Furneaux APIBA Professional Issues SIG with the support of The P. Toledo, R. Arena, V. University of Reading Myslicki, D. Bagüez, G. Moyano, C. Naom & I. Cambiasso

W32 Games in the bilingual class N. E. Monté

W33 Kamishibai: The Art of Japanese Story-Telling in Your English Class M. Ansaldo

W34 Improvisation as a Teaching Tool: A Route to Success M. F. Molla

W35 What? Write a Test? Me? But I Have No Idea! M. Eayrs

W36 Free Professional Development for the 21st Century Educator R. Zeinstejer & J. Verschoor

ROOM G

ROOM H

ROOM I

ROOM J

P45 Digital Identity and Teachers Role in the 21st Century Classroom N. Lizenberg

P46 Students' Interactions through Forums in the Virtual Component of a Blended Learning Course C. Ochoa with the support of Universidad de Santo Tomás, Colombia.

W39 Apps that Support and Enhance the Value of Twitter as a Professional Development Tool R. Zeinstejer with the support of SBS Argentina

W40 La Comunicación Intercultural E. Sainz & S. Sánchez con el apoyo de AFS Programas Interculturales en Argentina y Uruguay

Meet & Greet Fernanda Coelho Liberali Presented by FAAPI-APIBA

SATURDAY 28 ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM E

09:00 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:30

P43 Literary Logs: From Literary Appreciations to Literary Criticism I. Sühring KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Prácticas y repertorios plurilingües escolares: miradas desde la etnografía y la interacción Virginia Unamuno FAAPI - APIBA

THEMATIC PANEL 3 Bi/Multi/Plurilingualism in Latin America G. Díaz Maggioli, F. Coelho Liberali, R. E. Hamel, S. Rettaroli. Moderator: D. Banegas

W37 Grouping Together L. Szmuch & J. Duncan

P47 Watering Our Cultural Roots E. Ortega y C. Ferrara

P44 Future Teachers: Identities, Trajectories and Projections F. Bonadeo & M. S. Ibáñez with the support of INFD

W38 Design 21st Century Schoolwork that Breaks the Barriers of ICT Instrumentality G. Rosetti

P48 ¿Se Puede Hablar de Oportunidades de Aprendizaje 'Intraculturales'? M. E. Lizárraga

10:45 - 11:00 11:00 - 11:30

P49 Using Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning in Argentinian Classrooms L. Galiano

COFFEE BREAK

CP6 Preparing Young Learners for the 21st Century with National Geographic Our World J. Shin & I. Martin National Geographic Learning

LUNCH BREAK

13:15 - 14:00

CP7 NILE and NILE Online: Language teacher education in the 21st century T. Kiddle NILE

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK W41 Giving Students a Voice by Exploring Identities C. Lizarraga

14:00 - 14:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Immersion in the US Myriam Met with the support of the US Embassy

THEMATIC PANEL 4 Bi/Multi/Plurilingüismo, Interculturalidad y Diversidad S. Iummato, M. Portilla, G. Rusell, V. Unamuno, M.T. Viñas Urquiza. Moderator: R. J. Palma

DG3 W42 The ELT Crystal Ball: a Technology Enhances Teaching Glimpse into the Future of Provided You Know How to Use it Language Teaching and an V. Fusco & M.I. Córdoba Example of Where it's Already Happening P. Woods & G. Madera with the support of the British Council

W43 Making TBL Visible A. García & C. Frank

14:45 - 15:00

15:00 - 16:00

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Performing in a Creative PreService Bilingual Teacher Education Fernanda Coelho Liberali FAAPI - APIBA

16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 17:30

P50 A Multidisciplinary and Multicultural Class at University: Materials Development from 3 Different Points of View C. Curátolo

Meet & Greet Clare Furneaux Presented by APIBA Young Learners' SIG with the support of The University of Reading

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Leonardos in the Classroom or a Renaissance for Teachers Gabriel Diaz Maggioli with the support of Macmillan

12:30 - 13:15

14:30 - 14:45

ROOM K

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Communicating across cultures: encounters in the “contact zone” Claudia Ferradas with the support of Trinity

10:30 - 10:45

11:30 - 12:30

ROOM F REGISTRATION

08:00 - 09:00

COFFEE BREAK CLOSING CEREMONY

W44 Digital Literacy J. Verschoor

W45 W46 T3 Initial Stages in a Narrative "Who We Are": Aspectos Institucionales View on Planning a Unit of Empowering Teachers and de una Asociación de Work Learners to Explore Their Profesores de Inglés: Los Meet & Greet M. Casamassina Identities SI y los NO Rainer Enrique Hamel with the support of G. Baya M. C. Thomson Presented by AEXALEVI Presentado por APIBA FAAPI-APIBA T4 Algunas reflexiones sobre la dinámica de los grupos pequeños S. Gullco Groisman Presentado por APIBA


SOCIAL PROGRAMME THURSDAY 26 ALL DAY

UNCONFERENCE - UNCONFERENCE HALL (1st FLOOR)

18:00 - 19:30

WELCOME COCKTAIL - ROOM A (2nd FLOOR)

FRIDAY 27 ALL DAY

UNCONFERENCE - UNCONFERENCE HALL (1st FLOOR)

13.00 - 14.00

PUERTO MADERO WALKING TOUR - MEETING POINT: REGISTRATION AREA

13:15 - 14:00

BODY BREAK - FUNDACIÓN RÍO ABIERTO - UNCONFERENCE HALL (1st FLOOR)

20:00

FAAPI 2013 CONFERENCE PARTY - 725 CONTINENTAL HOTEL, AV. ROQUE SÁENZ PEÑA 725

SATURDAY 28 ALL DAY

UNCONFERENCE - UNCONFERENCE HALL (1st FLOOR)

13.00 - 14.00

PUERTO MADERO WALKING TOUR - MEETING POINT: REGISTRATION AREA

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