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8th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching “Language and Development” Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 25-26 February 2012

Conference Program

I. Saturday Morning PRE CONFERENCE 7.15 - 8.15 8.15 - 8.30 8.30 - 9.10

Registration (Registration Area) Seating (Conference Hall) Opening Ceremony (Conference Hall)

9.20 - 10.05

The Many Faces of Development in the Classroom Janet K. Orr

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Improving Vietnam’s English teacher education curriculum

Phonetic instructional material development for Japanese university learners: Joining the world English community through the acquisition of oral communication skills

Teaching academic presentations to low-level science students

The vocabulary and grammar that students need for higher education: A simpler approach

Energize and Language as a inspire your problemstudents: Using solving tool motivational strategies in the classroom

Conflictresolution techniques for language learning

Another way of teaching: Dogme in action

Content and language integrated learning

Cultivating compassion through creative reflections

A case study: Blog-facilitated EFL/ ESL learning and teaching in Taiwan

Vocabulary stories: Vocabulary acquisition in speaking, writing, listening and reading

Digital literacies: Teachers and learners

Why being a “native speaker” is not a qualification

Effects of extensive reading in a teacher training course

Exposure to varied English accents: Teaching listening through the use of educational websites

Teaching English by radio with the BBC

Improving literacy and numeracy skills of Australian adults: An impossible ask?

English language learning in the framework of a three dimensional approach: Linear, areal, or spherical?

Let's read with the puppets: Exciting ways to read stories using hand puppets

Using reader’s theatre in an extensive reading program

Applying taskbased language teaching in an Asian context: Teaching English writing at a Vietnamese university

Games and fun activities in improving students’ speaking skill: A study at an Indonesian elementary school

An innovative teaching practice enhancing the quality of teaching English

Capacity building in English teacher education in Cambodia: Challenges and way forward

Evaluation of the English language preservice teacher training program at NIE

Language learning strategies adopted by medical students

Writing the literature review: Assisting research students to identify themselves within the field of knowledge

Designing effective speaking activities for the classroom

Research on teaching speaking for college students from minority groups in China

TeacherStudent Collaboration in Selecting and Developing Essay Topics

Towards more sophisticated essay writing: Going beyond prefabricated forms

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FELLNER Terrence

MARSHALL Fred & MARSHALL Sirikul

MILLINGTON Neil Thomas

ROWLAND STILLWELL Luke Hennessy Christopher

WORTH Alexander Edward & HALL Eric

PRIBADY Inggy Yliani

HERAWATI Henny

KAO Chien-Yu

CORRALL Adam John

DUDENEY PECK Gavin David & Catherine PEGRUM Mark Bridget Mary

FARRELL Gavin

PARAMITA Hening Dian & Sugiarti

ABERDEIN Finn

WICKERT Rosie

KAPUKAYA Kenan

LANIER Sopha GORDON H. & BORGES Jennifer Shailani

PHUONG Hoang Yen

LESTARI Fegy SMERDOV Igor SAMUEL & GUNAWAN Moses Iwan Dudy

KHLEANG ABDOLLAHI Sovann & MAO Manizheh & Saroeun AMALSALEH Ehya

JIANG Zhaofeng

SOU Boramy

RUSH Edward, WADDEN Paul & PUNYARATAB ANDHU Ditthayanan

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Assessing teamwork in EFL classes

HOANG Thanh DUDZIK Diana CHUJO Junko Lien L. & TRAN Thi Quynh Le

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SANTRY Petre O'LOUGHLIN Ann Richard

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Building scaffolding into productive skill lessons

CEFR effects on Vietnamese English language teaching: Some lessons to share with ELT colleagues in Asia

Understanding and improving the design of listening classes: Issues involved in the design of academic listening classes

Teaching IELTS speaking with minimal preparation

A pilot study on Developing the Using literature the use of the funny area of for integrated structural language learning approach in cooperative learning

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Development of lesson plan tasks: Making them realistic

Effectively dealing with students’ oral mistakes in the ESOL classroom

Do students embrace elearning if they have a choice? Is assessment necessary?

Factors influencing EFL teachers' use of ICT at CFL, Can Tho University, Vietnam

Learning beyond the classroom: Using Facebook to facilitate the informal learning of English communication

Motivating learning DVDs: Bringing English to life in the primary classroom

The EFL teacher as a language diagnostician

Beyond the gap fill: Dynamic listening activities for using pop songs in the EFL

Students’ facilitation as an aid to teach listening: Benefits and difficulties

Which variety of English to model in the classroom?

One size fits all? Does the TESOL training industry meet local needs and conditions?

Building reading fluency: The bottom-up intensive and top-down extensive approach

Developing early readers in language closely resembling oral English: Using language acquisition as a tool for teaching EAL Reading

Empowering EFL learners to communicate efficiently across cultures

Fun ways to teach English for young learners: What games work best for young learners?

A community of practice of ELT teacher researchers in Cambodia

English curriculum development in a Cambodian higher education institute

Facilitating teacher change in ESP classes: Promoting student learning in ESP classes at a university in Vietnam

An investigation into assessment practices of EFL university lecturers: Purposes, methods, and procedure

Using pictures to develop young learners’ speaking skill for the Cambridge tests

“I'm sorry – could you repeat that?” Using poster presentations as a communicative activity

A survey on Iranian faculty members’ prewriting strategies

Beyond assessment: What not to do with written tests

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TAO Nary

LE Phuong BALLOU Kevin SABET Masoud ROBINSON Linh, NGUYEN Khalili Mark Edward Xuan Khanh Hoang Thi Tho & TRUONG Nguyen Phuong Tram

11.30 - 12.15

Teaching global English through adapting textbooks

CHEA Kagnarith & KLEIN Alan

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BRAWN James NGUYEN Cao R. Phuc

BROOKS Gavin John

PERSEY David NGUYEN Thi Anthony Cam Thanh

LEE Joshua

WALKEMEYER COUZENS TWEED KIMURA Kelly Alice Gerald Charles Andrew Dennis Page & (A ndy) CHIRNSIDE Alexander

VO Kim Hong & LE Xuan Mai

HARWOOD EDMETT Adam TIMOR Tsafi Christopher & BLACKSTONE Brad Franklin

LORENZUTTI Nico Mario

PHAM Thanh Thuy

FARRELL Gavin

HALES ROBERTSHA Rebecca & W Daniel POHL Andreas Joseph & WYMAN Earl D.

JAMES Margaret & BUTLER Timothy

DO Ba Quy

MARSAID Hertiki & YANNIK Herawati

KEUK Chan Narith

HASHIM Azirah NGUYEN Buu & YEE Chee Huan Leong

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A discoursebased syllabus for teaching American literature in Vietnam

Constructing consciousnessraising activities

Ensuring EAP courses deliver: What are the challenges?

Discourse analysis perspectives on teaching English for hospitality and tourism

Attitude and motivation as predictors of language performance

What is an expert teacher and do you need to think about an upgrade?

What is creativity and why should language teachers be creative?

Exploring different teaching roles: Are we getting the most out of our texts or are they getting the most out of us?

From zero to champion: An integrated skill modelling for an ESL development

Goals in the language classroom

Parallel reading: Students’ recognition of learning English reading mediated by computer

Using a free course management system in an English class: Moodle in a grammar class

Impacts of an AustralianVietnamese teacher professionaldevelopment project: Factors in its success

A tale of two teachers: The story of a good teacher and a great teacher

Teaching with music: Motivating Cambodian students with music

Students’ perception of the benefits of listening diary for their listening skills

A Globish standard: Towards a collaborativelydeveloped global standard for “limited” English

Survey of communicative language teaching in Japan

Effects of inclass extensive reading: Should we include extensive reading in class?

Extensive reading, vocabulary growth, and overall performance in university EAP

Teaching Beyond the Textbook: Communicative Activities for a Multi-Level Classroom

Narrowing the gap between theory and practice in EFL primary classes

Applying literature-based instruction to develop reading and writing skills

Cambodian EFL learners’ strategies and perceptions for coping with unknown words in reading noninstructional English texts

Cross-linguistic influence and proficiency levels in English L2

Winning the lottery! Designing tasks for teachers focusing on grammar use and communication

Beyond grammar: Critical reflections on fluency

Collaborative writing instruction to improve students' writing skill

Common errors of Vietnamese learners of academic writing

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ORR Janet

TRAN Thi Ngoc SCHAAFF Lien George J.

FAGAN Seamus

MILLEN Sheree ABDUL KADIR HUDSON Kadeessa Judith Grace

SARI Faizah

COLLETT Paul MULYONO Herri & SURYOPUTRO Gunawan

LU Yi-Chen & BERG David Ryan

TRINH Quoc Lap & NGUYEN Thi Van Su

WILLIAMS Gerald, LUK Hector & SASAKI Midori

BARTEL Sarah LE Quynh Hoa NEVILE Liddy Mollie Young & COOPER Peter William

YOSHIDA Keiko,WILKINS Michael Robert & ANDO Shirley

MATSUOKA Rieko & EVANS David Richard

ECHELBERRY WILSON Matia HA Van Sinh James & KING & MITCHELL TAKAGI Kristy Julia

ROSMALINA Ida

MOK Sarom & ENCINAS PRACHANANT ARQUERO Nawamin Pablo & DOWENS Margaret Gillon

THOMPSON Colin James & MILLINGTON Neil Thomas

HIGHAM Mark Leo

GUNAWAN WALSH Iwan Dudy & Stephen RUSMANA Erik

12.25 - 13.10

Paper Tools for Teaching Young Learners in Large Classes

KEEGAN Philip MACDONALD Joe

13.10 - 14.00

Note: Please note that the poster session is on Saturday from 16.05-17.45 in the conference hall. Please refer to page 4 for details of the poster session

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“The course book doesn't work…”

Coping with limited resources for English language teaching and learning: A case study at STKIP

Course book, classroom, culture: Customising materials to increase motivation

Assessment for learning: Improving student achievement

IELTS vs TOEIC vs TOEFL: A contrastive analysis of the three tests – TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS

Language development through authentic material: Practical independent activities leading to meaningful conversation

Learning to learn: A learner’s view of learning languages

Parenting = teaching: What teachers can learn from childcare manuals

Teaching vocabulary: Context-based techniques and materials

Expanding Assessing TESOL through students’ ability the internet to use new vocabulary in written sentences

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A Google cloud Developing computing presentation service for skills English teachers: Create interactive language teaching/ learning materials with Google Form

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Better grammar for better speaking: An analysis of grammatical mistakes in the IELTS speaking examination

Examining learner autonomy dimensions

Experience, attitude and practice of autonomy in a university ESL speaking class

Kick start your school year: Prepare your students for success

Power teaching Analysis of tools critical reading by sophomores at Can Tho University

The comprehension of written language: Micro and macro strategies

The effects of using video clips and images on teaching reading comprehension

Teaching writing to young learners using the writing process: Is it possible?

Students’ progress and stagnation in English writing: Textual analysis of Chinese students’ problems in English writing

Doing qualitative educational research in a foreign setting: Interviews as social practice

Relationship between grammar knowledge and reconstruction of coherence and cohesion

The relationship between metacognitive beliefs and academic performance of Cambodian university students

Developing integrative thinking skills in an ESP persuasive speaking class

Developing speaking skills for IELTS, FCE, TOEFL: Getting the best out of your students for high stakes tests

Feedback in writing: Is it worth doing direct correction?

Improving student writing with paperbased and computerbased text analysis

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YANTO Elih Sutisna & KWARY Deny Arnos

VINNIE Stuart

LONGMORE Jason

NGUYEN Hai Quan & NAKAGAWA Jun

BRENNAN Garth & CARSON Brendan

ADAMS Carl R. MENGI Eylem

LAUREL Ma. Milagros Carreon

HUBNER Hannah & WYMAN Earl D.

DJIWANDONO WONG John Patrisius Istiarto

NAOUMI Evelyn Joyce

NGUYEN Hai Quan & NAKAGAWA Jun

WILKINS KREUTZER Michael Robert Bruce Alan & ANDO Shirley

RICKABY SY Vanna Michelle & BUKTA Melissa

NGUYEN Tran SHARP Alastair HUYNH Dang Diem My & Bao Trinh NGUYEN Buu Huan

YANNIK Herawati

YANG Ziwei

ENGLAND Neil ANOOSHEH Sayed Mohammad

BOUNCHAN Sumana

PIPENKO Elena

HENRY Jane Margarita

BANKIER John OGHIGIAN Kathryn & CHUJO Kiyomi

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Global voices

Critical factors for success: Academic reading instruction

Critical thinking My dictionary: and IELTS A different Task 1 approach to mastering vocabulary

Criterionreferenced tests in classroom assessment: A demonstration of how to make them

Test review : Review of the high school graduation examination English multiple-choice test in Vietnam

Rethinking “cultural” content in EFL: Teaching for intercultural communication

Singapore as a microcosm of multiculturalism : Can museums help bridge linguistic gaps

Task based Vocabulary learning acquisition: “keeping it Helping real”: Creating students to authentic learn and experiences in remember new the words contemporary EFL classroom a Vietnam case study

An online Japanese/ Taiwanese ELF communication project: Introducing Japanese university students to English as a lingua franca interaction

Improving English vocabulary through reading poetry: An experience of teaching ELT students in Indonesia

Class blogging for autonomous learning and increased motivation

Mirror, mirror on the wall: A look at how reflective practices can lead to professional development and personal empowerment

How to teach grammar in a memorable way

Becoming an autonomous learner: Successes and failures

Creating lifelong learners: Supporting independent study in the classroom

The Brunei ELT story: A generation of successful partnership

Tell me a story! Using personalised narratives as motivational strategies

A multidimensional approach to developing and using authentic reading materials

Can a reading competition motivate learners to read? A case study

Mass media and the English language skills among AB English students

Activities using TPR in the language classroom

Computerassisted language learning (CALL) vs textbook materials: Implications for student motivation in the EFL classroom

Effect of PBL method on the report-writing skills of English freshmen

The attributes of effective lecturers of English as perceived by Cambodian university students

Using the self as source: The relationship between selfawareness and language learning

Establishing a model of English pronunciation for NNSs: Phonetic training for nonnative teachers of English

Fluencybuilding activities for the EFL classroom

Logical relationships and English academic writing

Making activities in essay writing more interesting

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FOWLE Clyde

BUI Thuy Linh

HENRY Kim & KARALASINGA LE Thi Tram BAGOT Marion M Shantini Huong

VU Thi Thu Hien

PECK Catherine Bridget Mary

KIRKER Constance Louise

WIEBUSCH Fiona & BRIDGE Carla

BEAGLE Lynda Marie & BYWATERS Jane

SEILHAMER Mark Fifer

PADMANUGRA BIZIM Naime HA Asih Sigit Meltem

TSUKAMOTO Mizuka & LUK Hector

NGUYEN Thi Thuy Loan

MEILLEUR Rachelle R.

KING Rochelle KEANEY Greg Kyoko

MILLINGTON Neil Thomas

NANING Zainal NIEMAN CABANSAG DAO Thi Bich Abidin & Marietha Maria John Natividad Nguyen ROHAYATI Nia

HARPER Alan Gregory

MOLINA NGUON Rioliza Baquial Ramna

YOSULCAY Mevlude Sila

HAIDA Yuzuru, PATTERSON SATO Yumiko Donald & MUROYAMA Keiko

GUGIN David

CAHYONO Bambang Yudi

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Critically thinking to better English: Helping adult learners use critical thinking to further develop English language skills.

Curriculum design and assessment for the Global Citizenship program: A bilingual university honours program

English for the real world: Ensuring that our materials and teaching are authentic and relevant.

An alternative approach in vocabulary testing

Preparing materials for the reading and writing sections of the IELTS test

Washback effects and impacts of highstakes English tests on curriculum reform

Teaching with nearly no resources: Promoting sustainability and tackling differentiation

The application of multiple intelligences theory in the Iranian EFL context: A study of ELT textbook activities and teachers’ and learners’ perceptions

The Importance of Being Earnest: Providing lifelong learning opportunities

Word association skill as a means to evaluate English proficiency levels: A regression model

Data-driven error correction: Using a “homemade” electronic corpus to facilitate selfcorrection of a learner’s language errors

Pre-lesson dictation activity: Using mini-series story dictation

Listening and speaking through vlogging: Vlog = video + blog

Great! Now I New can understand perspectives on my teacher teaching grammar in second language classrooms

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Group dynamics, interaction and autonomy in SLA

The impacts of traditional summative testing and portfolio assessment on EFL students’ motivation

Comprehensive and innovative reading skills instruction with Reading Explorer!

Dealing with mixed-abilities and increasing motivation in the reading classroom

Poetry – friend or foe?

Emergent literacy within a young learners EFL program

Task-based learning motivates student learning in vocabulary

Lessons learned: Evaluation of a TESOL higher education program in Vietnam

The effects of a teacher-training program for English remedial instruction

When the path towards selfdirected learning is not straightforward

How to apply story telling effectively in the classroom

Let’s get talking Researching students’ critical thinking in the EFL writing class

Students’ ability and problems in writing a literature review chapter: Genre analysis and a systemic functional perspective on academic writing

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BUCCIANTI Natasha

KANZAKA TRAYNOR Izumi, YASUDA Frances Lucy Raymond & KIMURA Kelly Page

HEIGHAM Juanita & KIYOKAWA Shannon Christine

LINDECK WEI Wei Jeremy Samuel & GREENWOOD Jannette

JAMES Rufus

BASTANFAR CLEARY Kevin HUANG Su-yi Ali & HASHEMI Toktam

PROSSER XAYAKHAM Andrew William Lamphayvanny

WATKINS Jon

RASHIDI Rezvan & HOOYSHAR Fariba

KEA Leaph

SAMUELS Simone

LEEMING Paul & CUNNINGHAM Stuart

BAREKAT Behzad

ANDERSON Ediri Okoloba

WILKINSON Darrell

ADASHEV Muhtor & GREEN Jemma

SCHINCKEL Peter Michael

LE Ngoc Thanh BROGAN & NGUYEN Martyn Buu Huan

HSU Mei-Hua May

AMDOUNI Hayet

NOSIROVA Naima

ASKIE Helen & Udi Samanhudi Sri Widiastuti & HODGSON & Siti Suharsih Aisyah Sue Hamidiyah

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Reading without stress

English language learning anxiety among foreign language learners in the Philippines

English writing needs of university students in Ghana: Implications for English language teaching in Cambodia

Singing a different song

The role of error types and feedback in Iranian EFL classrooms

The use of narratives in teaching and research with minority populations

Using video recordings to facilitate development of students’ presentation skill

How to teach vocabulary so that students can really use it

Social networks redefined: Creating a venue for language, learning and virtual interactions

Student-centred approach to explicitly teaching vocabulary strategies

Studentgenerated CALL for verb tense accuracy

Internet use and e-mail communication in English by EFL teachers

Raising EFL students' awareness of grammatical errors through presentation

Learning strategies for Asian EFL students

Peer teaching and learnergenerated materials in the English language classroom: Exploring the idea of learners as teachers

Warm-ups: Engage, motivate and prepare students for learning

Face-to-face puzzle reading: Improving student-student interaction

Implementing Extensive Reading in the Language Classroom

Rule-based summarisation project in reading comprehension for language learners

Teaching English writing to young learners through international exchange

Developing speaking fluency: The 43-2 technique

Receptive and productive vocabulary acquisition: Examining the processing time required and searching for hints of a memory threshold

The implementation of bilingual program: A case study from Indonesia

Where perception and knowledge meet: Linguistic intuition and language teaching exploring the relationship between our implicit or tacit language knowledge and our intuition

Techniques for teaching the TOEFL iBt integrated speaking tasks

Six strings of student groupings: Playing all the chords

The paragraph in academic writing and IELTS Task 2: Some classroom ideas

The production and revision of academic writing: Teaching combined skills in one lesson

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VERSPECHT Eric

LUCAS Rochelle Irene Garcia

AGOR John Tetteh

COOK Melodie Lorie

JABBARI Ali Akbar

MARTYN Howard

YAMKATE Kulawadee & INTRATAT Charatdao

SCOTT Lyn

NEPOMUCEN O Matthew Mawak

BENSON Stuart NICHOLES James Thomas Justin

IGAWA Koji & NUSPLIGER Brian

KUSUMANING MEYER RUM Shirly Douglas Rizki

MENNIM Paul

PERALEJO Evi Okli Lailani TSUYUKI Cristina Marie Cheryl Jacinto & MIDDLECAMP John Walter

FURTADO Leena

YAMAMOTO Junko & NAKAGAWA Hiroyo

MACALISTER John

OBERG Andrew Ryan

MARWAN Ardi WOTLEY & Wahyudi Duncan Stephens

SICK James

HENDRYX Jason D.

BOURNE David Michael

SMALL Lyndon

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Methodology (MET)

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Professional Development (PD)

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Professional Independent Development Learning (IND) (PD)

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Language Policy (LP)

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Teaching Teaching ELT in the Reading (REA) Reading (REA) Mekong (MEK)

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Teaching ResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchYoung based Stream based Stream based Stream based Stream based Stream Learners (TYL) (RES) (RES) (RES) (RES) (RES)

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Teaching Speaking (SPE)

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Teaching Speaking (SPE)

Teaching Writing (WRI)

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Sing your way to better English: Using songs to help children produce and remember English more enjoyably and effectively

An approach to develop speaking and listening skills through meeting skills training

From the world to your classroom: Incorporating foreign cultures and customs into culturally homogeneous classes

The exploitation of authentic tasks in reading activities for elementary student: An action research project

Advertisements Making ESP as useful classrooms teaching more realistic material: Use advertisements to advertise your teaching

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A teacher’s humour and students’ perceptions of its effectiveness and appropriatenes s

Jigsaw technique in cooperative learning in EFL classrooms

Language learning strategy instruction: Perspectives from a CALLA approach

Project teaching in intercultural communication classes

Self-efficacy, learning strategies and academic achievement

Learning tools: Using technology in the language learning classroom

Vocabulary retention capacity in two different conditions: Pictures and context

Using Voicethread for an online speaking class

Using animation to teach English: Attitudes and outcomes

Applying multiple intelligences theory to promote students’ motivation: Action research in an English phonetics and phonology course at Hue College of Foreign Languages

Practical rapport-building activities for EFL classrooms

Interactive multimedia (IMM) in teaching English skills

Teaching reading communicativel y in large classes

Use of cognitivemetacognitive strategies in reading process among English majors

Successful English learning strategies in the exam-oriented language environment: How to objectively and subjectively measure college students’ success in English learning

Effects of problem-based learning and evaluative questions: Insights into Vietnamese EFL learners’ development of critical thinking

Elements Principals’ Affecting instructional Motivation in leadership English Reading of Lao Students in the Dept Eng

Perceptions of lecturers and students regarding the quality of teaching: A case study at an English department in a public university in Phnom Penh

Teaching conversational strategies through video clips

Re-designing speaking activities in textbooks for Vietnamese high school students

Difficulties in editing academic paragraphs encountered by mainstream sophomores in the English Department, Vietnam National University

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BUCCIANTI Natasha

ISMAIL PITTS Jaclyn Norhayati & HO Poh Wai

DO Kieu Anh

TRAN Thi Thu Hien

PHUNG Van De

PHAM Thi Thuy DO Thi Lan Linh Phuong

SENG Sothea & KHLEANG Sovann

LAI Thi Thanh Van

PEL Dalen

FRIE Carl Andrew & NIEUWKOOP Sara

NGUYEN Anh Thi

TRINH Hai An

DECOURSEY Christina

HOANG Thi Khanh Tam

TRAN Thi Xuan CAHYONO Dai Setyo Prasiyanto & ISLAM Muhammad Ariffudin

TRAN Thi Thanh Hoa

NGUYEN Thanh Duc & TRINH Hong Tinh

WU Dan

NGUYEN Thi Khanh Doan

VONGKHAMC HANH Manivanh

LIM Pak

HAING Sivpheng

NGUYEN Thi BUI Nguyen Minh Nguyet & Khanh LE Thi Tuyet Mai

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Localising the global course book

How to Interactive Tex(t)ploitation: Business jeopardise your competence Getting a lot English In English lessons and project out of a little China: The work in the development of language class business room: Talking English from is learning. ESP in China and the performance of students

IELTS and beyond: paving the way for academic study

Project-based learning in ESL classrooms: What, why and how

Using roleplays to improve students’ pronunciation of English sounds

Vygotsky’s concept of mediation: Interpretations and application in teaching EFL

Workshops to improve student participation in speaking sessions

Researching motivation and possible selves among Taiwanese EFL learners

Using multimedia to enhance students’ motivation and English vocabulary achievement

Effective vocabulary learning strategies for English language learners

Teaching paperless

Using technology to improve speaking skills: Keeping students active and engaged outside the EFL classroom

The role of synthetic and analytical approaches in teaching writing and grammar: Teaching writing and grammar through speaking

Looking beyond English: language and development for 2015

Learner autonomy: Breaking the teacher-centric mould

An analysis of the utilisation of native English teachers Invited to Korea as a means of strengthening public English education

Early reading development: Where to begin?

A five-pointed star: Enhancing explorations into English teaching in the Mekong

Classroom seating and the English language learning of Taiwanese students

Impacts of reflective teaching on teacher instruction in EFL immersion classes: Different perspectives from teachers, students and class observers

EnglishVietnamese code-switching in the tertiary educational context in Vietnam

Strategies to help students improve the pronunciation of ending sounds

Teachers’ management of speaking group activities: Firstyear students’ perceptions

Exploring the factors of plagiarism among ESL students

The need to integrate relevant pronunciation material into course material

Speaking out in Cambodian classrooms: Our top-10 list of activities that work in a speaking class

The importance of memory in the teaching of fluency

Using literary texts to teach summarising skills: Have you ever summarised Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?

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O'CONNELL Sue

TRAN Trung Nguyen & BUI Huynh ThuyThuong

DOAN Linh Chi LE Hoai Pham & DO Thi Thu Huong Hue

NGUYEN Thi Phuong Lan

CHEN Szu-An

SETYABUDI Nur'aini, Rita Inderawati & Rita Hayati

SUN Yilin

BUTLER Kelly THOMPSON Elizabeth & Tim WILKINS Michael Robert

HY Soksan

GRAHAM Steven

ROOKS Matthew John

LEE Jong Bok & JEON Young Joo

Erlina

HARBON LEE Yuhshi, LAN Mei-Hua & NGUYEN Lesley, LAWS CHOU I-Chia & WANG KaiQuang Tien Kevin & TRINH CHEN Chia-Yin Ping Quoc Lap

LE Thanh Hoa

NGUYEN Thi Chi

THEETHAPPA MORGAN N Gareth Ramachandran & MUNIANDY Mohan

LANDER Bruce PRENTICE Malcolm

NGUYEN Thi Thom Thom & PHAM Thi Thanh Thuy

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PERSEY David CAKIROGLU Anthony Resul

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MARSHALL Nicholas

MCGRATH Ian ZHU Wenzhong

EAP 303

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10.10 - 10.40

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How to use storybooks in the primary classroom

Self-reflection as an instrument to develop teaching skills

Teaching methodologies in the Cambodian classroom: Adapting communicative language teaching and task-based learning for Cambodian teachers

Using Shakespeare in an advanced ESL classroom

How to guide ESP Students to conduct effective presentations: Using creative and innovative graphic organisers

Rethinking the communicative language teaching approach: Balancing formfocused and meaningfocused activities in the classroom

Gaining confidence and proficiency: Effective pronunciation instruction for the EFL classroom

How to melt clouds and dance with the moon

Introducing Motivational humour into the strategies EFL classroom

Technology transfer in English language teaching

Vocabulary development

Transformation al learning in virtual worlds empowers foreign language students

Video selfassessment in the language classroom

Making the most of peer observations

Propell™ Workshop for TOEFL iBT: Teaching TOEFL iBT through an integrated skills approach

Peer Teaching: Students taking responsibility for their learning

Students’ responses toward language policy in Indonesia: English is a must!

Using anecdotes in ELT classes

Study of thematic progression patterns on the teaching of reading

Background information about English language teaching and learning in Vietnam

Integrating humane education into English courses: A classroombased research

Motivation, belief and identity of NNS student teachers of EFL: A fourmonth investigation

Native English teachers’ gestures and Vietnamese learners’ interpretations

Some common stress mistakes of first-year students and relevant solutions

Learning L2 through group research projects: A case study of EFL learners at a Japanese university

Learning styles and their relationship to learning strategies of Chinese EFL college students

Students’ Teaching and perspectives on testing spoken digital fluency storytelling in a speaking class: A case study in an integrated languagelearning class at Sampoerna School of Education

What happens in a conversation practice centre and how can we improve it? Findings from a qualitative research project into student and teacher experiences

Using imaginative tools to raise students’ competence

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TEC 307

VOC 303

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PD 305

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IND 303

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SPE 306

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GRAINGER Paul

TUTYANDARI Caecilia

TAKEDA Nicole GILFERT Kristina & Susan TOUN Shally

KALENGKONG AN Sonya Francien

LEE Alice N.

ANDERSON Rheanne, MONTUORI Crystal & HUGHES Andrea

WAXMAN Jerry QUARTERMAI NGUYEN Kieu N David Oanh

MOINESTER Steven

HIRSCHEL Robert Marc

DERRICK Quentin Bryan

SIRIWAT Laksana

WANG Marian

ARHAM Akhyar Rido

YAGCIOGLU Ozlem

GAO Nan

NGUYEN Trung Cang

PHAM Viet Ha

LIM Sovannarith

NGUYEN Hien TRAN My Dung FUJIMURA Doan Trang Tomoko

SHANG Jing

Sugiarti & FAIZASYAH Andis Erawan

CAMPBELLLARSEN John Kevin

MOORE Ashley HANURANI Russell Dieta

10.40 - 11.25

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BATTENBURG DOMBROSKI John Douglas Ann Maree

CLOSING PLENARY SESSION (Conference Hall) 11.35 - 12.20

Competence and Performance in Language Teaching: Implications for Teacher Education Jack C. Richards

12.20 - 12.30

Collection of Certificates of Attendance As at 12 Feb 12


Poster Session Conference Hall POS 201

An extensive reading program: Using discussion circles FRITZ Erik

POS 202

Background knowledge and the reading comprehension of EFL students AMALSALEH Ehya & ABDOLLAHI Manizheh

POS 203

Effects of corrective feedback in fossilized errors: Metalinguistic feedback in grammar instruction on Japanese low proficiency EFL learners HASEGAWA Ayako

POS 204

Engagement: The challenges of fostering classroom learning communities MATEER Barry

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POS 206

A feature of the CamTESOL conference is the large number of friendly volunteers from various universities and language schools in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. • Volunteers in Green T-shirts can answer your general conference questions. • Volunteers in Orange T-shirts can assist with IT problems.

First Aid (cuts and bruises) A first aid kit and staff trained in basic first aid are available at the Registration Desk.

Medical emergencies • Sokhapheap Thmey Clinic (Local Standard and Pricing) 016 996 616 #AA19-20 Street 99 • SOS International Medical Centre (International Standard and Pricing) 023 216 911 #161 Street 51 *They are the sole providers in Cambodia of Emergency Evacuation • Royal Rattanak Hospital (Khmer and English speaking) 023 991 000 #11, Street 59

English Language Teaching Practice in Asia

Fostering active readers: Visual and verbal displays for deep comprehension SUDO Mikiko & TAKAESU Asako

Language Education in Asia

Google rules! Who needs a library? A contrarian persuasion

Neglecting the last sounds of English words MONAJEM Sara & LOR Sengneath

POS 208

Volunteers

On sale for USD15 at the Conference Secretariat booth is a copy of English Language Teaching Practice in Asia. This publication reflects editors' selected papers from the first five CamTESOL conferences (2005-2009).

GILFERT Susan POS 207

Important information

Pedagogical issues and research on self-assessment PELOGHITIS •John David

POS 209

Self-assessment on high-stakes essay tests: An exploratory study in an English for liberal arts program HALE Chris Carl, HOSKINS Christopher Bronc & ENGLER Steve

POS 210

Teaching writing with student newspapers

Language Education in Asia Volumes 1 and 2 (2010-2011) is available free of charge to all conference participants. A copy of this publication is included (on CD) in each conference bag. The publication is also online at http://www.camtesol.org/index.php/publication Submissions to Language Education in Asia, Volume 3, Summer Issue will close on March 7, 2012. Submissions to Language Education in Asia, Volume 3, Winter Issue will be accepted until June 6, 2012. While inclusion at the annual CamTESOL Conference is not a prerequisite for submission, those papers based on presentations at the CamTESOL Conferences will be highlighted in each Summer Issue. Other submissions are welcome and will also be considered in an ongoing process throughout the year. Each submission will be blind-reviewed and must be accepted by members of the Editorial Board before final editing and publication. The Conference Program Committee encourages presenters from CamTESOL 2012 to submit their full papers for consideration for publication to language_education_in_asia@gmail.com

BERG David Ryan & LU Yi-Chen POS 211

The effect of teaching cohesive devices on reading comprehension AMALSALEH Ehya

As at 12 Feb 12

Camtesol 2012 conference program 11 02 2012  

This conference program from which my paper title and exact time for presentation show up is issued by CamTesol 2012 committee.