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Conference presenters (papers and posters)


Maha Alghasab

(University of York)

EFL teachers’ roles in promoting students’ collaboration in online wiki collaborative writing activities

Timi Hyacinth

(University of Warwick)

Reflecting for Specific Purposes: a study of Nigerian English language teachers

Thi Mai Huong Nguyen

(University of Nottingham)

Changing Attitudes to Peer Learning in Initial Teacher Education in Vietnam

Kalina Saraiva de Lima

(University of Southampton)

Working Together towards Enhancing ESL Teaching

Imen Ben Abda

(Higher Institute of Languages in Tunis)

Vowel clarity, Syllable structure and Speech rate as discriminating cues: Natural speech, F0 and Spectral inversion

Abdulqader Alyasin

(University of Warwick)

English Language Curriculum Innovation: Attitude, Practice and Challenges in Syria

Elizabeth Pinard

(Leeds Metropolitan University)

Phonological Representation in Course Materials: Whose English?

Charalampia Karagianni

(King’s College, London)

Teaching Greek as an additional language in the mainstream classroom: Case study of two secondary classrooms

Askat Tleuov

(University of Bath)

Oral instruction in EFL classrooms: A teacher and student cognition perspective

Erkan Kulekci

(University of Warwick)

Revisiting ‘authenticity’ in English language classrooms

Gianna Hessel

(Oxford University)

Changes in English language proficiency, learner self-concept and L2 use anxiety as outcomes of participation in the ERASMUS programme

Mirat al Fatima Ahsan

(University of Oxford)

Teacher Education and Teacher Change –p Myth or Reality? Voices from Pakistan

Roy Wilson

(University of Warwick)

The Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE Academic) and Student Performance at University

Ejovi Annmarie Emarievbe

(University of Sunderland)

The Weakest Link: Examining the Middleman Issue in an English Language Teacher Education Programme

Hanna Lee

(Leeds Metropolitan University)

The Korean EFL teachers' beliefs in relation to innovative English language teaching in Korea

Anqi Wang

(University of York)

A Study of the Correlation between Language Learning Motivation and Language Learning Strategies


Samaneh Zandian

(University of Warwick)

Young Learners in Iran and their Understanding of Intercultural Issues

Meilin Zhan

(University of Edinburgh)

Chinese Students’ English Names and English Native Speakers’ Interpretation

Mary Vigier

(University of Warwick)

Managing Interactive Processes in Multicultural Teams

Ani Hakobyan

(University of Oxford)

Willingness to Communicate across Cultures: understanding ‘Confucian confusions’

Jane Templeton

(Leeds Metropolitan University)

Size isn't everything: why small talk is not small fry

Irene Negri

(University of Warwick)

Home in progress: how and why to help refugees settle, integrate and be happy in the UK

Geraldine Bengsch

(University of York)

Intercultural Communication in Tourism: language use in international hotel check-ins

Lou Harvey

(University of Manchester)

Where fiction becomes reality: A narrative of language learning motivation

Panithiran Thuruvan, Charo Sani Nordin and Ch’ng Teik Peng

(University of Warwick)

‘We disagree!’ Pragmatics and Culture in the Teacher Training Classroom

Liyuan Wang

(Coventry University)

Small group discussion skills in university business seminar classes: a case study of a 2+1 degree programme at a British university

Zhen Hu

(Shanghai Second Polytechnic University)

Study on Developing Chinese college students' Pragmatic Competence in Intercultural Communication


Sophie Schieber

(University of Edinburgh)

Acquisition of prepositions by late second language learners: A psycholinguistic approach

Selvamalar Selvarajan

(Newcastle University)

Use of Authentic Video Clips and E-Learning in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

Shuo Zhang

(University of Leicester)

Evaluation of English materials for English major students in the universities of China

Chamnan Para

(University of Bristol)

A washback study of Thai university entrance examination on English teachers and Grade 12 students

Hoi Yat Pun

(IOE, University of London)

“Hello, what is your motivation for investing in this symbolic capital?” – A case study of Hong Kong Adult L2 Learners

SuBeom Kwak

(University of York)

A thematic study of approaches of teaching writing in the us higher education

Vasiliki Sioziou

(University of Warwick)

Preparation of primary school students for the KET examinations: the Greek context