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Conference Program

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 1 Programme Overview – DAY 1 (24th June)

Time

Event

09.30-10.00

Arrival and registration

10.00-10.30

Conference Opening [R1.13]

Professor Ema Ushioda

(Head of Department, Centre for Applied Linguistics)

Valentina Bartali

(Chair of the Organising Committee)

10.30-11.30

Workshop 1 [R1.13]

“Researching Language on Twitter: Methods and Issues of Bid Data Analysis”

Dr Christopher Strelluf

(Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick)

11.30-12.00

Coffee Break [Main Atrium]

12.00-13.00

Keynote 1 [R1.13]

“Probing the gap between perceptions and practice: The case of mock politeness”

Dr Charlotte Taylor (University of Sussex)

13.00-14.00

Lunch [Main Atrium]

 

R0.14

R1.04

R2.41

 

English and other language(s) teaching I

English and other language(s) teaching II

Discourse Analysis

14.00-14.30

Why do language teachers use/do not use ICT in teaching and learning in Higher Education in Kazakhstan: a mixed research study of language teachers in a single University

Akmarzhan Nogaibayeva

First language practices of language teachers working in Turkish primary schools

Serdar Tekin

New network, new linguistics style: a social network analysis on second person reference use among Sundanese of West Indonesia

Enung Rostika

14.30-15.00

Extensive listening in EFL classroom: Improving EFL learners' listening skills through Edmodo

Busra Genc

Resilience strategies in times of crisis: The case of Venezuelan EFL Teachers

Maricarmen Gamero Mujica

Analysing the role of reactive tokens in spoken interaction

Marwa Masood

15.00-15.30

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Evaluating the autonomous language learners approach

Kathryn Macfarlane

Exploring emergent leadership and decision-making when the pressure is high: the case of a basketball team

Anastasia Stavridou

15.30-16.00

Coffee Break [Main Atrium]

16.00-16.30

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The efficiency of using corpus-aided learning activities in vocabulary teaching

Aslihan Demir

“Are you from Turkey or what?” - Approaching issues of social integration of second-generation German-Turkish descendants in Germany from a sociolinguistic perspective

Yesim Kakalic

16.30-17.00

Algerian EFL teacher's and learners' views and Use of English textbooks

Nour El Houda Bouacha

English teachers’ roles in teaching with Artificial Intelligence Application

Yurou Song

The Stretford End will suck the ball in for you': The discursive (re)construction of the myth of Manchester United

Wing-Shum Belinda Ko

17.00-18.00

Keynote 2 [R1.13]

“An intercultural pedagogy for English language teaching and learning in Chinese Universities

Prof. Prue Holmes (Durham University)

18.00-18.15

Announcements and thanks [R1.13]

18.45

Conference Dinner

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1 Programme Overview – DAY 2 (25th June)

Time

Event

09.30-10.00

Arrival and registration

10.00-10.30

Conference Opening [R1.13]

Valentina Bartali

(Chair of the Organising Committee)

10.30-11.30

Workshop 2 [R1.13]

“How to succeed in job interviews and assessment centre by using linguistic insights from research on leadership and teamwork.”

Dr Sophie Reissner-Roubicek

(Centre for Applied Linguistic, University of Warwick)

11.30-12.00

Coffee Break [Main Atrium]

 

R0.14

R1.04

R1.15

 

English and other language(s) teaching

Intercultural Communication I

Intercultural Communication II

12.00-12.30

Exploring the child’s perspectives of progress and challenges in English Decoding Skills Development: A case study of a young Korean-English Learner

Heeyang Park

In pursuit of intercultural awareness: Exploring cultural stereotypes from the perspective of Algerian EFL learners

Abir Drissat

The impact of dramas on Warwick students’ perceptions of disabled people

Maki Nakamatsu

12.30-13.00

A case study of the influence of L1 (Arabic) on the English writing skills of a young Syrian refugee studying EAL in the UK

Hanna Almontasser

Academic and social experiences of Deaf Students at Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia

Gadis Pratiwi

Routes to Explore Culture in Compliment Responses: Saudi English learners in Focus

Sarah Alamri

13.00-13.30

In search of the appropriate combination of own and new language use in EFL classes: A case study in an Indonesian State High School

Anjas Karuniawan

The dynamics of work motivation: A mixed method study of Chinese and Kenyan workers’ motivational orientation

Clytie Zhaohui

A critical autoethnography of cultural belonging in Higher Vocational Education

Alison Williams

13.30-14.30

Lunch [Main Atrium]

14.30-15.00

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"Difficult circumstances" or "organic" contexts?: Reviewing the discourse on teaching English in difficult circumstances

Dr Eric Ekembe

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A contrastive pragmatic analysis of communicative patterns and intercultural issues of politeness in English and Italian conversation

Valentina Bartali

I have to stop and think: Variation and change in Australian English models of obligation

Renate Plehwe

15.00-15.30

Organizational Image and Organizational Identity: Cross-cultural study in online and offline settings.

Elena Talaver Escribano

Level of cross-cultural awareness for Pakistani learners in a classroom of English Foreign Learners (EFL)

Nasim Talib

15.30-16.00

Coffee Break [Main Atrium]

16.00-17.00

Keynote 3 [R1.13]

“Intercultural Competencies Applied to the Training room.”

Agnes Bamford & Gabriela Weglowska

(SIETAR UK)

17.00-17.30

Conference closing [R1.13]

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