1 day 1 – monday, 28th march 2016

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1 day 1 – monday, 28th march 2016
DAY 1 – MONDAY, 28TH MARCH 2016
0800 0825
0830 0855
0900 0925
TIME
PARALLEL 1
PARALLEL 2
PARALLEL 3
ROOM 1
(A1) NUR
SHAHREENA BINTI
JUHARI
ROOM 2
(A2) BAWANI A/P
SELVARAJ
ROOM 3
(A3) ADELYNN
TAY XIU YIN
ATTITUDE AND
MOTIVATION
TOWARDS
LEARNING THE
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
EXPLICIT
INSTRUCTION IN
CRITICAL
THINKING SKILLS
AND ACADEMIC
READING: A
MALAYSIAN
EXPERIENCE
NOOREINY BINTI
MAAROF
(A10) NORAZIAH
MOHD AMIN,
et.al.
(A11) SITI NOOR
FAZELAH MOHD
NOOR
(A12) MOHD
HANIFF BIN
MOHD TAHIR
EXPLICIT
CORRECTIVE
FEEDBACK OF
ENGLISH
STATUSES ON
FACEBOOK: A
MOTIVATION OR
DEMOTIVATION
IN UPDATING
STATUSES IN
ENGLISH
EXPLORING JOB
INTERVIEW OF
FUTURE
ENGINEERS FOR
EMPLOYABILITY:
APPRAISAL
ANALYSIS
ASSESSMENT
RESEARCH AND
TRENDS IN THE
STUDIES OF
EXPLICIT
VOCABULARY
INSTRUCTIONS
AND
VOCABULARY
ACQUISITION: A
REVIEW ON
SELECTED
JOURNALS
SELFMONITORING
TECHNIQUE AS A
FEEDBACK
METHOD TO
IMPROVE ESL
STUDENTS'
WRITING
ROOM 4
(A4) ERMA
HELDAYU BINTI
IDRIS
NOOREINY
MAAROF
DEVELOPING
CRITICAL
THINKING SKILLS
AMONG PRIMARY
ESL STUDENTS
THROUGH THINKPAIR-SHARE
(F1) WILLY
RENANDYA
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
PRACTICAL TIPS
FOR
IMPLEMENTING
EXTENSIVE
READING
(0830 – 0925)
ROOM 5
(A5) MOHD HILMI
BIN HAMZAH
ROOM 6
(A6) EHSAN
GHASEMI
OPS, I HATE
ENGLISH: THE
PERCEPTION OF
THE OPS-ENGLISH
PROGRAM IN
MALAYSIA
SEMANTIC
ELABORATION
AND L2
VOCABULARY
LEARNING: A
CASE OF GENDER
STUDY
(A13) NORAZMI
BIN DANURI
(A14) RITA WONG
MEE MEE
DWEE CHIEW
YEN
ENHANCING
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
THROUGH FIESTA
EXPLORING
STUDENT
ENGAGEMENT IN
WRITING USING
THE FLIPPED
CLASSROOM
APPROACH
(A18) INTAN
SAFINAS MOHD
ARIFF ALBAKRI
EXPLORING ESL
STUDENT
TEACHERS’
CHALLENGES
DURING
PRACTICUM
0930 0945
COFFEE BREAK
ROOM 7
(A7) NURUL
ADILLAH BINTI
RAMLAN
ROOM 8
(A8)
NURSYUHADA' AB
WAHAB
ROOM 9
(A9) ZULAIKHA
BINTI
KHAIRUDDIN
THE USAGE OF
MULTIMEDIA IN
ACQUIRING
ENGLISH
VOCABULARY
SKILLS AMONG
SLOW LEARNERS
ENHANCING
GRAMMAR
COMPETENCE IN
L2 LEARNERS : A
CONCEPT BASED
INSTRUCTION
APPROACH
A STUDY ON
STUDENTS'
SPEAKING
ANXIETY LEVEL IN
ENGLISH: A CASE
OF LAW
STUDENTS
(A15) NURUL
NADWA BINTI
AHMAD ZAIDI
(A16)
MUHAMMAD
MUKHTAR ALIYU
(A17)
ROSMAWATI
BINTI MOHD
DAUD
ZARINATUN
ILYANI BINTI
ABDUL RAHMAN
EFFECTS OF A
PROBLEM-BASED
LEARNING
APPROACH ON
WRITING
PERFORMANCE
OF NIGERIAN
UNDERGRADUATES
A DISCOURSE
ANALYSIS OF THE
GENERIC
STRUCTURE OF
DOCTORAL
DISSERTATION
ACKNOWLEDGME
NTS IN A
MULTICULTURAL
SETTING
(A19) NURUL
NADIAH DEWI BT
FAIZUL
GANAPATHY
WRITING
APPREHENSION
IN AN ESL
CLASSROOM
JUHARI SHAM BIN
JUSOH
CORRECTIVE
FEEDBACK
IMPROVES
STUDENTS’
WRITING SKILL IN
ESL: A QUASIEXPERIMENTAL
TO LANGUAGE
PEDAGOGY
(A20)
NOORAILEEN
BINTI IBRAHIM
(A21) DR. ROZITA
RADHIAH BINTI
SAID
(A22) PARIVASH
BAIBORDIANI
et.al.
THE PERCEPTION
OF STUDENTS
TOWARDS
COLLABORATIVE
LEARNING
DR. AZHAR BIN
MD. SABIL
IRANIAN
SECONDARY
SCHOOL EFL
LEARNERS’
COMPETENCE
AND
PERFORMANCE IN
PRESENT PASSIVE
VOICE
EXCELLENT
TEACHERS ESSAY
WRITING
CLASSROOM
INSTRUCTIONAL
PRACTISE: A CASE
STUDY FROM
MULTIPLE
LOCATION
ROOM 10
(F2) GEORGE
JACOBS
(FEATURED)
10 THINGS I
USUALLY DO
RIGHT WHEN
USING
COOPERATIVE
LEARNING
(0830 – 0925)
COFFEE BREAK
1
1000 1100
PLENARY 1
1115 1250
1255 1355
1400 1500
OPENING
LUNCH
PLENARY 2
PLENARY 3
1605 1620
COFFEE BREAK
1655 1755
OPENING CEREMONY
LUNCH
1500 1600
1625 1650
(F3) CAROLYN GRAHAM
(PLENARY)
WRITING AND PERFORMING JAZZ CHANTS
TIME
PARALLEL 4
(F4) CHE HUSNA AZHARI
(PLENARY)
MUSLIM NARRATIVES IN ENGLISH: LET THE WOMEN SPEAK
(F5) VALERIE BLOOM
(PLENARY)
POETRY IN PERFORMANCE
COFFEE BREAK
ROOM 1
PARALLEL 5
ROOM 2
(F7) GEORGE
JACOBS
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
USING POSITIVE
EDUCATION TO
ENLIVEN THE
LEARNING OF
READING
1800 1900
PERFORMANCE
A
(F8) PEARLLY
CHUA
(PERFORMANCE)
AN EVENING OF
SCENES: EMILY OF
EMERALD HILL BY
STELLA KON
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
(A23) DR. LING
SONG KAI
ROOM 5
(A24) MASTURA
BT KAMARUDIN
THE
EFFECTIVENESS
OF USING
POWER-POINT
ANIMATION TO
TEACH
VOCABULARY IN
PRIMARY SCHOOL
THE IMPORTANCE
OF COACHING
AND MENTORING
AS AN
INTERVENTION IN
EDUCATION
AMONG
TEACHERS
(A29) HAZELYNN
ANAK RIMBAR
(A30) JASON
ROBERT
(A31) CHRISTA
BIXBY &
FARAH LIYANA
FOCUS ON
FLUENCY: USING
RAP SONGS TO
MAKE ENGLISH
FUN!
HOW TO INFUSE
HUMOUR INTO
ENGLISH LESSONS
SCAFFOLDED
WRITTEN
FEEDBACK TO
FOSTER
AUTONOMOUS
LEARNERS
ROOM 6
(A25) MUAMMAR
FHAIS BIN ABU
SAMAH &
MUHD SYAHIR
BIN ABDUL RANI
COMPUTERMEDIATED
CORRECTIVE
FEEDBACK AND
THE
DEVELOPMENT
OF L2 GRAMMAR
ROOM 7
(A26) SHANTHI
NADARAJAN
GETTING
LEARNERS TO
SPEAK BEYOND
THE LITERALNESS
OF TEXTBOOKS:
TEACHING
VOCABULARY VIA
CONTEXT VERSUS
TRANSLATIONS
ROOM 8
(A27)
PUVANESWARY
MURUGAIAH,
et. al.
USE OF WEB
TECHNOLOGIES IN
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
TEACHING AT
MALAYSIAN
UNIVERSITIES:
WHAT DO WE
KNOW?
(A32) EMILY
JONES
(A33) INDRANEE
R. LIEW
(A34) AINON BINTI
OMAR
HEARING THAT
“AH-HA”
MOMENT:
EXPLORING
GRAMMAR WITH
CONSCIOUSNESSRAISING TASKS
ACCESSIBLE
TECHNOLOGY
AND TECHNIQUES
THAT
TRANSFORM THE
TEACHING OF
SPOKEN ENGLISH
STORY READALOUD TO
ENCOURAGE
CRITICAL
THINKING IN THE
PRIMARY ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
CLASSROOM
ROOM 9
(A28) ZURAIDAH
BINTI ALI
THE IMPACT OF
FLASH MOB AS
CLASS ACTIVITY
FOR BUSINESS
ENGLISH
ROOM 10
(F6) CHIN SAN
SOOI
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
TWO FEET IN
TWO FEATS
(F9) JAN BLAKE
(PERFORMANCE)
AN EVENING OF
STORIES BY JAN
BLAKE
2
DAY 2 – TUESDAY, 29TH MARCH 2016
0800 0825
TIME
PARALLEL 6
ROOM 1
(B1) MARY
THOMAS
ROOM 2
(B2) XAVIER
AQUINO VELASCO
NOOREEN
NOORDIN
FILIPINO
TEACHERS REACHING THE
EXTRA MILE IN
ENGLISH
PROFICIENCY
PETER FRANCIS
RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN
EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENCE
AND
ACHIEVEMENT IN
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
0830 0855
PARALLEL 7
PARALLEL 8
(B11) SUMILA
RAMAN
YEOH HEE HEE
IN THE EYES OF
MY CHILD WRONG AGAIN VS
LEARNING
SATISFACTION
HENDON
MOHAMMAD
(0830 – 0925)
SAW NANCIE
PARALLEL 9
(B16) JAYAKARAN
MUKUNDAN
(B19) IGNASIA
YUYUN Y
HIGH SCHOOL
AND UNIVERSITY
DEBATERS: ARE
THEY SUBJECTIVE
OR OBJECTIVE?
ROOM 4
(B4)
PRIYADHARISHINY
A/P RAJEINDRAM
ROOM 5
(B5) MANVENDER
KAUR A/P SARJIT
SINGH
ONG POH LIN
TEACHERS AS
RESEARCHERS:
EVALUATING AND
ASSESSING
STUDENTS’
WRITINGS VIA
CACA!
THE EFFECTS OF
COOPERATIVE
LEARNING ON
THE ORAL
PERFORMANCE
OF FORM ONE ESL
STUDENTS IN A
RURAL
SECONDARY
SCHOOL
STRESS AND
RESILIENCE: AN
INTERVIEW WITH
AN EFL TEACHER
IN INDONESIA
ROOM 7
(B7) DAYANG
MAHERAN BINTI
AHMAD
ESL STUDENTS’
READINESS IN
READING THE
ENGLISH
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
(NOVEL)
JURINA BINTI
IBRAHIM
(P10) WAN
ZUMUSNI WAN
MUSTAPHA
(F12) VAHID
NIMEHCHISALEM
(FEATURED)
(B13) NOOREEN
NOORDIN,
et.al.
(B14) UMI
KALTHOM ABDUL
MANAF
TEOH LIP VI
MOTIVATING
RELUCTANT
READERS USING
READER'S DIGEST
SELFASSESSMENT AND
ENGLISH AS A
SECOND
LANGUAGE
LEARNERS’
WRITING
UNDERSTANDING
TESL TEACHER
TRAINEES’
REFLECTIONS ON
THEIR TEACHING
PRACTICUM:
STORIES TO
SHARE
ENCOURAGING
RELUCTANT ESL
LEARNERS TO
SPEAK THROUGH
THE
TOASTMASTERS
APPROACH
(B17) NG YU JIN,
et. al.
(B18) TAMAS KISS
(0830 – 0925)
(B21) DR.
MICHAEL
THOMAS
GENTNER
IMPLEMENTING
THE TASK-BASED
APPROACH IN THE
MALAYSIAN
CLASSROOM
DEALING WITH
MUET READING
COMPREHENSION
: WORDS WE
SHOULD
PRIORITISE
(B22)
BARATITHASAN
NARAYANASAMY
BLENDED
LEARNING IN
MALAYSIAN
SCHOOLS; THE
PLAYED MATCHES
AND GOALS
SCORED
(B23) NORHERANI
BINTI MONING
INCLUSIVITY IN
TEACHING AND
LEARNING: THE
IPIK TESL
PERSPECTIVE
(B24) NOOR
'IZZATI BINTI
AHMAD SHAFIAI
MEDIATING LOW
PROFICIENT L2
LEARNERS’
UNDERSTANDING
OF WRITTEN
INSTRUCTION
THROUGH L1
ROOM 8
(B8) LIM SEONG
PEK
SELFIE: INKING
MOMENTS ON
PAPER
CHALLENGES IN
TEACHING
READING SKILLS
AMONG TESL
TEACHER
TRAINEES OF
INSTITUTE OF
TEACHER
EDUCATION
(B12)
YASHWANORA
BINTI YAHAYA
(0830 – 0925)
(B20)
MUHAMMAD
AINUR RIZQI
ROOM 6
(B6) HARIHARAN
N KRISHNASAMY
SHRI NIROSHA
DO-IT-YOURSELF
ACTIVITIES WITH
TUTOR ENGLISH
WHAT OUR
LEARNERS WANT
TO TELL US IN
THEIR WORK
0930 0955
USE OF
ADVERBIALS IN
WRITTEN LEGAL
COMMUNICATIVE
EVENT: A
CORPUS-BASED
GENRE ANALYSIS
(B10) QUAH SEOK
HOON
M.A.D. :
ENABLING
LEARNERS WITH
THE FLIPPED
CLASSROOM
0900 0925
ROOM 3
(B3) GURMIT
SINGH PERTAP
SINGH,
et. al.
(B15) LIM SIEW
LIAN
ENABLING
LEARNERS
THROUGH ROLEPLAY: A
WORKSHOP
ROOM 9
(B9) LEONORA
SAANTJE
TAMAELA
THE
DEVELOPMENT
OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
SONGS AS MEDIA
FOR CONTENTBASED
INSTRUCTION
ROOM 10
(F10) CHIN SAN
SOOI
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
THE POWER OF
THE VOICE (1)
(0800 – 0955)
(F13) ALAN
MALEY
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
USING
LITERATURE TO
RAISE CRITICAL
AWARENESS
(0830 – 0925)
(0830 – 0925)
CULTURE IN
LANGUAGE
TEACHING
MATERIALS:
WHAT DO YOU
SEE?
(B25) ANEALKA
AZIZ HUSSIN
LEARNING FROM
EXPERIENCE:
DESIGNING
ACTIVITIES FOR
MOOCS
(B26) LYE GUET
POH,
et. al.
(B27) NORHANIM
BT ABDUL SAMAT,
et. al.
USING EDUNEWS
TO ENHANCE
ARGUMENTATIVE
ESSAY WRITING
AMONG NONTESL TRAINEE
TEACHERS
QUALITY
TEACHING VIA
VALUE
EDUCATION IN
THE LANGUAGE
CLASSROOM: A
CASE STUDY
3
0955 1010
1015 1110
COFFEE
BREAK
SPLIT
PLENARY 1
1115 1215
PLENARY 4
1215 1315
PLENARY 5
1315 1415
1420 1520
LUNCH
1525 1550
COFFEE BREAK
(F14) HITOMI
MASUHARA
(SPLIT PLENARY)
(F15) WILLY
RENANDYA
(SPLIT PLENARY)
WHEN
CREATIVITY
MEETS ACCURACY
WHAT CAN
TEACHERS DO TO
IMPROVE
STUDENTS’
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
PROFICIENCY?
POSTER
HOW TO MIX
LANGUAGES
(ROOM 6 & 7)
(F17) ALVIN PANG
(SPLIT PLENARY)
CONTEXTUALIZIN
G AND
CUSTOMIZING
ENGLISH TEACHER
TRAINING IN
ASEAN
COUNTRIES
(F18) BRIAN TOMLINSON
(PLENARY)
PRINCIPLED WHOLE-CLASS ACTIVITIES FOR THE L2 CLASSROOM
(F19) JAN BLAKE
(PLENARY)
A GOOD STORY, WELL TOLD, ENGAGES THE HEART & LOOSENS THE TONGUE
LUNCH
PLENARY 6
TIME
PARALLEL 10
(F16) BAO
ZHIMING
(SPLIT PLENARY)
(F20) BREIS
(PLENARY)
HIP HOP EDUCATION
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
(F21) JIRADA
WUDTHAYAGORN
(FEATURED)
LOOKING
BACKWARD AND
FORWARD AT THE
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
EDUCATIONAL
REFORMS IN
THAILAND: A
DOCUMENTARY
RESEARCH
ROOM 5
(B28) ZAHRA
TARVIRDIZADEH
ARGUMENTATIVE
CONTENT AND
RHETORICAL
MOVES IN
IRANIAN EFL
POSTGRADUATE
STUDENTS'
THESES
ROOM 6
(B29) ABDUL
RASHID BIN
ABDUL SITRA,
et. al.
THE
RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN
PERSONALITY
TRAITS AND
NONVERBAL
COMMUNICATIO
N SKILLS OF TESL
TRAINEE
PRACTITIONERS
IN MALAYSIA
ROOM 7
(B30) ZAINAB
THAMER AHMED,
et. al.
WHAT ARE
MALAYSIAN
TERTIARY
STUDENTS’
PREFERENCES
FOR ACCENTED
SPEECH IN THE
USE OF ENGLISH
AND IN CHOICE
OF ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
INSTRUCTORS?
ROOM 8
(B31) AIN
NADZIMAH
ABDULLAH,
et. al.
DEVELOPING AN
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
WORDLIST FOR
MALAYSIAN
LOWER PRIMARY
STUDENTS
ROOM 9
(B32) HOW SOO
YING
CHAN SWEE
HENG
AIN NADZIMAH
ABDULLAH
VITALITY OF THE
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
AMONG
MALAYSIAN
NATIONAL TYPE
PRIMARY SCHOOL
STUDENTS
ROOM 10
(F11) BRIAN
TOMLINSON
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
WHOLE-CLASS
CREATIVITY IN
THE L2
CLASSROOM
(1525 – 1620)
4
1555 1620
TIME
PARALLEL 11
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
(F22) HONGWEN
CAI
(FEATURED)
TRACING THE
ROOT CAUSES OF
WORD
RECOGNITION
PROBLEMS IN EFL
LISTENING
1625 1650
PARALLEL 12
(F23) ANTONY
KUNNAN
(FEATURED)
SCHOOL-RELATED
ASSESSMENT IN
THE U.S.
1655 1710
1715 1815
COFFEE
BREAK
PERFORMANCE
B
ROOM 5
(B33) PEZHMAN
ZARE
ROOM 6
(B34) YAP NGEE
THAI
UTILIZING
SOCRATIC
METHOD TO
DEVELOP
CRITICAL
THINKING AND
SPEAKING ABILITY
JEANINE
TREFFERS-DALLER
SHANTI
NADARAJAN
HASNAH
MOHAMAD
ROOM 7
(B35) NURUL
ATIQAH BINTI
ABD HAMID
NURUL BAZILAH
BINTI ABD HAMID
ARIFF IMRAN BIN
ANUAR YATIM
ROOM 8
(B36)
SACHITHANANTH
AM TACHINA
MOORTHI
ASSESSMENT
LITERACY:PANACE
A OR FALLACY
(B42)
RAJEEVNATH
RAMNATH
MALAY-ENGLISH
BILINGUAL
VOCABULARY SIZE
TEST: DESIGN
AND VALIDATION
(B38) I NYOMAN
ADI JAYA PUTRA
(B39) ANITA A/P
KANESTION
(B40) JOHAN
ANIQ BIN HARON
(B41) MATIN
REZAPOUR
DEVELOPING
ENGLISH
SUPPLEMENTARY
MATERIALS FOR
SMP STUDENTS
ENHANCING THE
IMPLEMENTATIO
N OF K13
A CORPUS-BASED
ANALYSIS OF
LEXICAL VERBS IN
ARGUMENTATIVE
ESSAYS OF PREUNIVERSITY
STUDENTS IN
MALAYSIA
NOR HANIM
MUSTAFA
THE EFFECTS OF
GENDER AND AGE
ON BURNOUT
AMONG ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
TEACHERS IN
MALAYSIA
A CORPUS GENREBASED MOVE
ANALYSIS OF
LEGISLATIVE
LETTERS
(ACCIDENT CASES)
PARVIZ BIRJANDI
HIGHER ORDER
THINKING SKILLS
IN THE
MALAYSIAN
PRIMARY SCHOOL
CURRICULUM
FIGURATIVE
LANGUAGE
PROFICIENCY
AMONG
MALAYSIAN
UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS
MANVENDER
KAUR CHAHAL
ROOM 9
(B37) KAVEH
JALILZADEH
ROOM 10
(F11) BRIAN
TOMLINSON
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
WHOLE-CLASS
CREATIVITY IN
THE L2
CLASSROOM
(1525 – 1620)
(cont)
STUDYING ELF
FEATURES IN
ASIAN STUDENTTEACHERS’
CREATIVE
WRITING
COFFEE BREAK
(F24) KAMINI
RAMACHANDRAN
(PERFORMANCE)
A GARLAND OF
STORIES:
FOLKTALES FROM
INDIA
(F25) BREIS
(PERFORMANCE)
PERFORMANCE
BY BREIS
5
DAY 3 – WEDNESDAY, 30TH MARCH 2016
0800 0825
TIME
PARALLEL 13
ROOM 1
(C1) WENDA
MARLIN
KAKERISSA
INGGRIT OLIVIN
TANASALE
THE USE OF
FACEBOOK
GROUP AS
VIRTUAL
COMMUNITY OF
PRACTICE
0830 0855
PARALLEL 14
(C10) ZAHID ALI
KAIS AMIR
KADHIM
A COMPARISON
OF AGENT
THEMATIC
RELATIONS IN
ENGLISH AND
SINDHI
ROOM 2
(C2) HADIS
SHAHBAZI
ROOM 3
(C3) KRISTIN
PLUMLEE
A QUALITATIVE
ANALYSIS OF
IRANIAN EFL
TEACHERS'
PERSPECTIVES
TOWARDS
NATIVE-LIKENESS
CODE-SWITCHING
IN THE
CLASSROOM
(C11) MAJID
NEMATPOUR
(C12) NOORIZAH
MOHD NOOR,
et. al.
IRANIAN EFL
LEARNERS’
PERCEPTIONS OF
VISUALIZED
LISTENING TEXTS
DEVELOPING ELITERACY TOOLS
FOR AN ONLINE
READING SYSTEM
FOR TERTIARY
LEARNERS
ROOM 4
(C4) JOANNA
KATHLEEN CHEN
MIN JU
DEMONIZED
LEARNERS IN
SOCIOCULTURAL
THEORY
(F27) ANTONY
KUNNAN, JIRADA
WUDTHAYAGORN
& HONGWEN CAI
(FEATURED
SYMPOSIUM)
SYMPOSIUM ON
CLASSROOM
ASSESSMENT:
THREE
PERSPECTIVES
ROOM 5
(C5) WIRAWATI
NGUI YI XE
AN EVALUATION
OF OPS-ENGLISH
IN SMK MERAPOK:
OF TEACHER
CONCERNS AND
POGRAMME
OUTCOMES
(C13) KOREAYATI
BINTI BUJANG
JAMILAH BINTI
JAMIL
THE NUCLEAR
POWER OF
WHOLE BRAIN
TEACHING
ROOM 6
(C6) AZALAN
BAYU BIN
ZAKARIA
JUHARI SHAM
BIN JUSOH
THE
INVESTIGATION
OF ANXIETY
AMONG
PRIMARY
LEARNERS IN
SECOND
LANGUAGE
LEARNING
(C14)
PRATHUANGSOO
K
YOUNGSATHIEN
SEP-BASED
LEARNING
MODEL TO
IMPROVE
ENGLISH
READING ABILITY
AND PROBLEM
SOLVING SKILLS
ROOM 7
(C7) SALAWATI
BINTI AHMAD
ENGINEERING
UNDERGRADUATE
S FINAL YEAR
PROJECT REPORT
WRITING
(C15) TEH TZE
CHIEN
DEVELOPING A
UNIVERSITY-WIDE
THEATER
PROGRAMME, 24HOURS AT A TIME
ROOM 8
(C8) SEDIGHEH
SHAKIB
KOTAMJANI
TEACHING
LEXICAL CHUNKS
BY CORPUS
DRIVEN
INSTRUCTION
AMONG
INTERMEDIATE
AND LOWER
INTERMEDIATE
KOREAN
LANGUAGE
LEARNERS
(C16) WAN
SAFURAA BINTI
WAN OSMAN
ROOM 9
(C9) VERNON
DAIM
LET'S LIT: A
SELECTION OF
ACTIVITIES BASED
ON THE NEW
LITERATURE
COMPONENT
TEXTS FOR
MALAYSIAN
SECONDARY
SCHOOLS
ROOM 10
(F26) CHIN SAN
SOOI
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
THE POWER OF
THE VOICE (2)
(0800 – 0955)
(C17)
META-LEVEL
INTERVENTION IN
CASE-BASED
TEACHING
APPROACH IN ESP
COURSE FOSTERS
LEARNER
AUTONOMY
(0830 – 0955)
0900 0925
PARALLEL 15
(C18) INGGRIT
OLIVIN TANASALE
(C19) YAP JIA
RONG
(C20) ZURAINEE
ARIFFIN
(C21) DAWONG
ANAK KASA
(C22) MONIKA
KAVALIR
NATIVE OR NONNATIVE ENGLISH
SPEAKING
TEACHER: WHO IS
THE BEST?
MELLISA CHIN LEE
LEE
AIZAN BINTI
YAACOB
USING
SYSTEMATIC
SYNTHETIC
PHONICS AS AN
APPROACH FOR
EARLY LITERACY:
THE CASE OF
RURAL NATIVE
CHILDREN
BALL (BLOGS
ASSISTED
LANGUAGE
LEARNING): FACETO-FACE
SUPERVISION
VERSUS VIRTUAL
SUPEVISION
SCHOOL SUPPORT
PLAN:
INTERVENTIONS
TO ENHANCE
STUDENTS'
PERFORMANCE IN
DIRECTED
WRITING
USING EXAMPLES
IN ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
TEACHING
(C23)
(C24) JASON
LYNCH
(C25) ABU BAKAR
RAZALI
NARRATIVE
IDENTITY AS AN
EFFECTIVE
TEACHING TOOL
ARSHAD ABD
SAMAD
MALAYSIAN
ENGLISH
TEACHERS’
FEEDBACK ON
STUDENT
WRITING:
PRELIMINARY
FINDINGS
6
0930 0955
TIME
PARALLEL 16
ROOM 1
(C26) ZURIATI BT
SABARUDDIN
ROOM 2
(C27) VISHALINI
A/P SELVA
KUMAR
SIM SENG WAN
ENHANCING
WRITING
PERFORMANCE:
SCAFFOLDING
THROUGH
WRITING FRAMES
0955 1010
1015 1040
COFFEE
BREAK
PARALLEL 17
(F28) CAROLYN
GRAHAM
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
(1015 – 1110)
PARALLEL 18
ROOM 4
(F27) CONTINUE
REMOVING THE
CRUTCH:
REDUCING
DEPENDENCY ON
TRANSLATION
USING TEACHERIN-ROLE
TRANSLATOR
ROOM 5
(C29) NORAZEAN
BINTI SULAIMAN
TEACHER
EFFICACY AND IT'S
IMPACT ON
STUDENTS'
LEARNING:
STUDENTS'
PERCEPTION AND
ACHIEVEMENT
ROOM 6
(C30) FARAH
ADILAH BINTI
ABU BAKAR
GAME-BASED
MOBILE
APPLICATION
FOR SECOND
LANGUAGE
LEARNING :
STUDENT
RECEPTIVITY
ROOM 7
(C31) RUZBEH
BABAEE
ROOM 8
(C32) NORAINI
BINTI ZULKEPLI
ROOM 9
(C33) HUANG
XIAOLING
SIAMAK BABAEE
WAN MAZLINI
OTHMAN
ON EFE-ORIENTED
TRANSLATION
TEACHING MODEL
IN CET
USING THE
TWENTY-FIRST
CENTURY FICTION
TO TEACH
ENGLISH TO
SECOND
LANGUAGE
LEARNERS
MAZURA
MASTURA
MUHAMMAD
ROOM 10
(F26) CONTINUE
MATERIALS
DEVELOPMENT
FOR READING
SKILLS: A HOTS
EXPERIENCE
COFFEE BREAK
STORYTELLING
AND POETRY IN
THE CLASSROOM
1045 1110
A STUDY ON ESL
STUDENTS
METAPHORICAL
PERCEPTONS OF
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
LEARNING
PROCESS
ROOM 3
(C28) ABDULLAH
BIN MOHD NAWI
(C34)
THURAIRAJA
SUNMOKASUDRA
M
CHITIRA DEVI
SINNA THAMBY
THE PRACTICAL
UTILIZATION OF
POWERPOINT
PRESENTATIONS:
“POWERPOINTHELP OR
HINDRANCE?”
(C40) NORWATI
BINTI ROSLIM @
ROSLIND
AN OVERVIEW OF
CORPUS
LINGUISTICS
STUDIES ON
PREPOSITIONS:
FROM EMAS
CORPUS TO
TEXTBOOK
CORPUS
(C35) MIKI
HANAZAKI,
et. al.
CORRELATION
BETWEEN
LOGICAL
THINKING,
ENGLISH ABILITY
AND PEDAGOGY:
PRACTICING
“GOVERNMENT
COURSE
GUIDELINE”
(C41) SYAMSUL
FOZY BIN OSMAN
ISMAIL SHEIKH
AHMAD
THE DRIVEN
READERS
AMONGST
PRIVATE HIGHER
EDUCATION
INSTITUTION
STUDENTS: A
CASE STUDY
(F29)
IKHSANUDIN
(FEATURED)
DEVELOPING
ONTeLL FOR
BORDERLAND
AND
RURAL TEACHERS
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
(1015 – 1110)
(C36) LEE BEE
CHOO
AMBIGAPATHY
PANDIAN
DEBBITA TAN AI
LIN
IMAGES AND
THEIR EFFECTS ON
THE VOCABULARY
ACQUISITION OF
MALAYSIAN
UNDERGRADUATES
(C42) WAN NURUL
FATIHAH WAN
ISMAIL,
et.al.
APOLOGY
STRATEGIES USED
BY UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS
(C37) SOMBAT
KOMMOONKAE
W
ENGLISH
READING AND
ORAL
PRESENTATION
ABILITIES OF
CONTEMPORARY
ENGLISH
LITERATURE
AMONG THIRD
YEAR STUDENTS,
LAMPANG
RAJABHAT
UNIVERSITY
(C38) IRMA
WINDY ASTUTI
(C39) ALIF FAIRUS
NOR MOHAMAD
ONLINE
SYNCHRONOUS
TEACHING
PRACTICE:
RATIONALE,
DESIGN AND
POTENTIAL
CHALLENGES
NG YU JIN
CORPUS-BASED
STUDIES ON
NURSING
TEXTBOOKS
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
LEARNING IN THE
SCHOOL SETTING:
WHERE CAN WE
FIND 10,000
HOURS?
(F31) VALERIE
BLOOM
(FEATURED
WORKSHOP)
BRINGING
POETRY TO LIFE
IN THE
CLASSROOM
(1015 – 1110)
(1015 – 1110)
(C43) NORAZA
AHMAD ZABIDI
(44) AZIZAN BIN
ARIFFIN
(C45) URANUS
SAADAT
LEE SIEW CHIN
SHAKIRAH BINTI
MD DIN @ MD
ZAIN
WILLINGNESS TO
COMMUNICATE
IN ENGLISH
AMONG
MALAYSIAN ESL
UNDERGRADUATES IN
UPM
INCORPORATING
DESIGN
THINKING IN
LEARNING
GRAMMAR IN
THE
FOUNDATION
ENGLISH COURSE
(F30) GEORGE
IBER
(FEATURED)
REWARD ME :
USING TOKENS TO
PROMOTE
PARTICIPATION IN
ESL CLASSROOM
7
TIME
1115 1210
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
SPLIT
PLENARY 2
ROOM 4
(F32) ALAN
MALEY
(SPLIT PLENARY)
WHY CAN’T WE
HAVE AN
EDUCATIONAL
REVOLUTION?
1215 1315
PLENARY 7
1315 1415
LUNCH
1420 1445
PARALLEL 19
ROOM 6
ROOM 7
ROOM 8
POSTER
OF COLOURS,
CONVERSATIONS,
KEROSANGS AND
KEBAYAS
ROOM 9
(F35) PEARLLY
CHUA
(SPLIT PLENARY)
ROOM 10
A REFLECTIVE
JOURNEY
THROUGH THE
SEASONS
(ROOM 6 & 7)
(F36) KAMINI RAMACHANDRAN
(PLENARY)
THE REVIVAL OF ASIAN STORIES: A STORYTELLER’S JOURNEY
LUNCH
(C46) HUSNIAH
SAHAMID
TELLING YOUR
STORY: WRITING
A MEMOIR
1450 1515
ROOM 5
(F33) LEE SU KIM
(SPLIT PLENARY)
PARALLEL 20
(C55) HABSAH
HUSSIN
OTHMAN
KAREEM
RAZALINA ISMAIL
NUR HAIRUNNISA
BT JUSOH
SAZERAWI
TEACHING
ENGLISH TO
LEARNERS IN
CHALLENGING
ENVIRONMENT:
POSSIBILITIES
INFINITE
(C47)
SARASWATHY
THURAIRAJ
A CRITICAL
DISCOURSE
ANALYSIS ON
LANGUAGE
POLICY SHIFT IN
MALAYSIA
(C56)
(C48) LAI SEE MAY
CODE SWITCHING
IN INFORMAL
INTERACTION
AMONG
UNIVERSITI
TEKNOLOGI
MARA STUDENTS
(C49) NUR HAFIZ
ABDURAHMAN
AN INVESTIGA
TION OF CODEMIXING IN
EXPANDING
CIRCLE:
INDONESIANS’
TWEETS
(C57)
NORSARIHAN BIN
AHMAD
(C58) KIRENJIT
KAUR A/P
GURDEV SINGH
SARAWAK MALAY
ESL TEACHER
TRAINEES:
TUNNELLING
THEIR WAY TO
TEACHING
PROFESSION
MANVENDER
KAUR A/P SARJIT
SINGH
(C50) AMREET
KAUR A/P
SANTOKH SINGH
(C51) KHAIRUL
HUSNA BINTI
ABDUL KADIR
MANVENDER
KAUR A/P SARJIT
SINGH
LITERATURE,
READER
RESPONSE AND
21ST CENTURY
EDUCATION: A
PEDAGOGICAL
MODEL
HELPING A CHILD
TO EXCEL:
INTRODUCING THE
H.A.C.E PROJECT
(C59) OMAR
MOHAMMED
ABDULLAH
ALSHEHELAWI
HARDEV KAUR
APPROACHING
HYSTERIA
THROUGH AN
IRIGARARIAN
PERSPECTIVE IN
FAY WELDON’S
THE LIFE AND
LOVES OF A SHEDEVIL
(C60) NUR ALYAA
SYAZWANI BINTI
ZAINODIN
NOOREINY
MAAROF
THE EFFECT OF
TEACHING
CRITICAL
THINKING ON ESL
STUDENTS'
READING
COMPREHENSIO
N PERFORMANCE
(C52) TUAN
SARIFAH AINI
BINTI SYED
AHMAD
ENHANCEMENT
OF LISTENING
SKILLS USING A
THEMATIC GAME
APPROACH
(C61) WAN
NURUL FATIHAH
BINTI WAN
ISMAIL,
et. al.
INVESTIGATING
ONLINE READING
HABITS BETWEEN
HIGH AND LOW
ENGLISH
PROFICIENCY
MALAYSIAN
UNDERGRADUATES
(C53) COLIN
BARNETT
(C54) LIM SENG
LEONG
WHAT CAN WE
LEARN FROM
CHINESE
TEACHERS
QUESTIONS
ABOUT AN
INTERNATIONAL
HIGH STAKES
PROFICIENCY
TEST?
AMCHAM YOUNG
ENTREPRENEURIAL
PROGRAM’S ROLE
IN IMPROVING
STUDENTS’
SPEAKING AND
WRITING SKILLS
(C62) INDIRA
MALANI A/P
MUNUSAMY
(C63) KADEK SONIA
PISCAYANTI
PARENT’S CHOICE
TOWARDS
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOLS IN
MALAYSIA: AN
OVERVIEW
BRINGING LOCAL
CHARACTERS AND
VALUES IN EFL
LITERATURE
COURSE
8
1520 1545
1550 1605
TIME
PARALLEL 21
COFFEE
BREAK
ROOM 1
(C64) NAWAL
BINTI MUSTAFA
ROOM 2
(C65) SHARMINI
ABDULLAH
SWIPE RIGHT:
MATCHMAKING
LANGUAGE
LEARNING NEEDS
OF HEALTHCARE
INDUSTRY
STAKEHOLDERS
TRANSLATING
METAPHORS: A
CASE OF MALAY
INTO ENGLISH
SPECIALIZED
METAPHORS INTO
ENGLISH
ROOM 3
(C66) OSMAN
MAHGOUB SAYED
AHMED
RECEIVING OR
EARNING?
BUILDING A
SKILLS ACCOUNT
IN LANGUAGE
LEARNING
ROOM 4
(C67) TENGKU
NAZATUL SHIMA
TENGKU DATO
PARIS
DR ROZINA
ABDUL GHANI
MOBILE
LEARNING: AN
EXPERIMENT IN
USING THROW
BACK TIME (TBT)
TO ENHANCE THE
TEACHING OF
GRAMMAR
TENSES & ASPECT
ROOM 5
(C68) MINDER
KAUR A/P
PARTHAMAN
SINGH
SALAMAH BT. HJ.
MOHAMAD
EXPLORING
STRATEGIES TO
ENHANCE
STUDENT CENTRED
CLASSROOMS
ROOM 6
(C69) PROF.DR.
PUTU KERTI
NITIASIH, MA
ROOM 7
(C70)
CHANDRAKALA
VARATHARAJOO
ROOM 8
(C71) NOOR
MAZNI BINTI
ABDUL KARIM
CROSS CULTURAL
UNDERSTANDIN
G IN TEACHING
ENGLISH FOR
SPECIFIC
PURPOSES
21ST CENTURY
MALAYSIAN
ADOLESCENTS:
THEIR
MORPHEMIC
ANALYTICAL &
SYNTHESIS
ABILITIES
ROZINA BINTI
ABDUL GHANI
PATTERNS OF
NEGOTIATION OF
MEANING
ROUTINE IN
ONLINE FORUM
DISCUSSION
ROOM 9
(C72)
NURULHAYATI ILIAS
ROOM 10
CHE TON BT
MAHMUD
TEACHING AND
LEARNING OF
ENGLISH AT AGAMA
RAKYAT SCHOOLS
COFFEE BREAK
9
11th Malaysia International Conference on English Language Teaching (MICELT 2016)
POSTER PRESENTATION (DAY 2, TUESDAY, 29TH MARCH 2016)
NO.
TITLE
1
THE EFFECTIVE USE OF COGNATES TO DEVELOP ENGLISH LANGUAGE VOCABULARY AND COMPREHENSION.
2
THE DYNAMICS OF LANGUAGE USE AMONG MALAYSIAN BLOGGERS: PERCEPTION OF TESL STUDENTS
3
4
GUEST LECTURERS IN THEME-BASED POSTGRADUATE COMMUNICATION CLASSES
USING EDUNEWS TO ENHANCE ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY WRITING AMONG NON-TESL TRAINEE TEACHERS
5
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LINUS MODULE IN THE TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE
6
7
8
IRANIAN EFL LEARNERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS APPLYING FONF INSTRUCTION & PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
LEARNING
LEADERSHIP ATTITUDE AMONG SCHOOL TEACHERS IN IPOH, PERAK
THE DISCOURSE STRUCTURE AND LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF POLITICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH ARTICLE ABSTRACTS
9
THE INFLUENCE OF IBAN LANGUAGE ON ESL: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
TASK-BASED LEARNING IN ENGLISH CLASSROOM: TIME INVESTMENT FOR BETTER LEARNING.
EXPRESS YOURSELF!
CREATIVITY: EXPANDING THE STUDENTS' WAY OF THINKING
"SPEAK UP!":TIPS TO MOTIVATE YOUR STUDENTS TO SPEAK OUT
PHOTOSTORY: FUN WAY TO ENCOURAGE ENGLISH WRITING
UPDATED!
PHOTOSTORY-A FUN WAY TO START WRITING
GAMES: ENCOURAGING STUDENTS TO USE ENGLISH IN FUN WAYS
WHO IS TAYLOR SWIFT? USING POP CULTURE FOR A MEANINGFUL LANGUAGE LEARNING
CHANGING PERCEPTION THROUGH TALENT SHOW
20
PHOTOJOURNALISM: USING INSTAGRAM TO TEACH ENGLISH.
MAIN & CO-PRESENTER(S)
SUSANA GONZALEZ IBER
LYDIA WONG SU MEI
MELOR MD YUNUS
EVELYN JOYCE NAOUMI
LYE GUET POH
ANG CHING TING
HANIS MAISARAH BINTI MOHD
YUSOF
NAEMEH NAHAVANDI
A.AVENE A/P ATPUTHARAJ
SARA SEYED PAYDARI
SHAMALA A/P PARAMASIVAM
PAMELA LIM MEI SHAN
MASLAWATI MOHAMAD
NURUL SYAHIRAH MOHAMMAD ZAKI
NUR AFATIN RAHMAT BINTI SARIF
NURUL SHAHIRAH SHUHAIDI
ANGELYN CHOONG ERN NIE
LIYANA BINTI MUSTAPHA
JACKSON ANAK LAJEN
AMIRA HIDAYAH BINTI MOHD
NUR ADLINA BINTI MOHD PAIZ
ANIS YASMIN BT AZHAR
MUHAMMAD IKMAL AZMAR BIN
AZMI
HANNA INSYIRAH BT MOHD SUKRI
ROOM
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10
11th Malaysia International Conference on English Language Teaching (MICELT 2016)
POSTER PRESENTATION (DAY 3, WEDNESDAY, 30TH MARCH 2016)
NO.
22
23
24
25
TITLE
TENSE IN THE POCKET
PUPPETS: ENABLING LEARNERS AND ENDORSING FUN LEARNING IN LANGUAGE ARTS
THE IMPACT OF USING AUDIO TEXTS TO INCREASE STUDENTS' INTEREST IN LISTENING AND SPEAKING ENGLISH
CLASSROOM INTERACTION PATTERNS OF HIGH AND LOW ACHIEVERS IN ESL CLASSROOM
26
ENHANCING LEARNERS’ GRAMMAR FOUNDATION IN SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION VIA “WHEEL OF GRAMMAR”
27
SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FOR ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING IN UNIVERSITY
28
i) MEASURING THE VOCABULARY SIZE REQUIRED FOR COMPREHENSION OF AGRICULTURAL TEXTS
ii) AGRICULTURE WORD LIST DEVELOPMENT FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
29
30
31
32
33
34
GRABBLE: SCREAM &GRAB!
ITEM VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY FOR READING COMPREHENSION SKILLS IN MALAY LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST
THE “TONGUE TWISTER” AS A TECHNIQUE FOR STUDYING PHONOLOGICAL ENCODING AMONG MALAYSIAN
ENGLISH TEACHERS
BOARD GAMES - THE FUN WAY TO IMPROVE VOCABULARY
CREATIVE WAYS IN DELIVERING ENGLISH: SONGS
INPUT THROUGH PUNISHMENT
35
MISSION POSSIBLE II: TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH DRILLING
36
37
IMPROVING LITERACY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS USING PHOTOSTORY
KIDS, TEENAGER & CULTURE
38
39
40
41
42
USING MUSIC TO TEACH ENGLISH ?
PROMOTING EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN ENGLISH TO IMPROVE PERCEPTION AMONG STUDENTS
PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (VIDEO) WITH MRSM TDI
INCORPORATING STUDENTS' CREATIVITY AND TECHNOLOGY IN USING ENGLISH
MICROTEACHING: IS IT ENOUGH?
MAIN & CO-PRESENTER(S)
NURULNATASHA BINTI BASOK
CH'NG BEE EE
ONG MA VIN
TONG MEI LING
NOOREINY MAAROF
GRACE JULAN CHAMBERS
MELOR MD YUNUS
KAYATRI VASU
VAHID NIMECHISALEM
JAYAKARAN MUKUNDAN, NG YU JIN,
HONG SIAW SWIN & SEYED ALI
REZVANI KALAJAHI
MOHD AMIN DIN
FADZILAH ABD RAHMAN
NOR HANIM MUSTAFA
ROHAIZA JUPRI
SHAZANA BINTI SALMAN
MUNIFAH BINTI MOHAMMAD BABA
NOR MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ BIN NOR
AZMY
MUHAMMAD HAFIDZUDEEN BIN
NORAZIZAN
NAQUIAH KHESA AHMAD
NURUL NATHASSYA HUSSNA BINTI
ANUAR
NOR ALHAM BIN AB RAHIM
NUR SHAFIQA BINTI SHUKOR
SHARMINE FARAHIN BINTI BAHTIAR
NIK AIMAN BIN NIK AHMAD KAMAL
PEISHA
ROOM
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